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Nurse Practitioner - Psychiatry & Mental Health (PMHNP)

Date Updated: 10/12/2021

- Earn An Average of $115,500 Per Year
- Salary Based On Experience
- Relocation and Sign-On Bonus Negotiable
238 Arsenal Street
Watertown, NY 13601

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  • Hours: 40 Hours Per Week | Monday - Friday | Either Four 10-Hour Shifts or Five 8-Hour Shifts Per Week
  • Employed
  • New Graduates Welcome to Apply
  • Average patients seen: 17 in 8-hour shift; 20 in a 10-hour shift
  • Call Schedule: No Call
  • Loan Repayment
  • Sign-On Bonus
  • Relocation Assistance Available
  • Compensation:
    - Earn An Average of $115,500 Per Year
    - Salary Based On Experience
    - Relocation and Sign-On Bonus Negotiable
  • Benefits:
    - Medical | Dental | Vision
    - Short and Long Term Disability
    - Voluntary Life and AD&D
    - Optional Supplementary Insurance
    - 403b Retirement Plan Available With a 3% Annual Employer Match
    - Life Insurance
    - 4 Weeks PTO With 1 Additional Vacation Day Earned Each Year Worked
    - Accrual Rate of 1 Sick Day Per Month Up to 630 Hours
    - Paid Malpractice Insurance
    - Reimbursement for DEA, Licensure, and One Membership Fee
    - $1,600 CME Allowance Plus 4 Days
  • Additional Information:
    - Provides continuous and comprehensive services necessary for the promotion of optimal mental health, prevention and treatment of psychiatric disorders and health maintenance within the scope of their specialty.
    - Responsible for diagnosis, treatment, planning, and medication management of patients with behavioral health issues (including children, adolescents, and adults).
    - Involved in the education of patients and families.
    - Practice to the full scope of his/her license to provide care to a diverse population.

    - Current NYS Certification as a Nurse Practitioner in Psychiatry.
    - Previous experience assessing and providing medication management for patients with behavioral health disorders in a psychiatric or primary care setting (experience with children, adolescents, and adults preferred).
    - Working knowledge and experience assessing and treating adults/adolescents with alcohol and other drug abuse/dependence.