Job Number: 6063570
Location: San Quentin State Prison – San Quentin
Department Name:California Correctional Health Care Services
Time Base /FT/PT:Full Time
*Depending on Experience*
$285,948 – $343,596 Annual Range (Board Certified)$278,616 – $333,912 Annual Range (Board Eligible)
- Appreciation Bonus of up to $35,000 for clinicians newly hired with the State of CA
- Clinicians providing care within one of our Psychiatric Inpatient Units receive an additional 15% Stipend of Base Pay ($42,888 – $51,540 Board Certified; $41,796 – $50,088 Board Eligible)
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California Correctional Health Care Services (CCHCS) is seeking proactive, knowledgeable psychiatrists with an interest in correctional and/or forensic psychiatry to join our multidisciplinary teams. Within the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation’s adult correctional facilities, you will find like-minded professionals well-versed in the intricate psychiatric and medical interplay necessary to treat our diverse patient population and committed to providing optimal care, promoting patients’ successful reintegration into society, and reducing recidivism. Here, you will see cases you won’t encounter in any other practice and treat traditionally underserved patients, which can lead to an enriching and rewarding experience. Plus, with no insurance paperwork to deal with, you will be able to devote your time to practicing and honing advanced psychopharmacological skills. Hiring interviews will be available virtually using teleconferencing or video conferencing options.We currently have opportunities at San Quentin State Prison, located in desirable Marin County just across the bay from metropolitan San Francisco. Here, you can take advantage of your new work-life balance and discover the wineries of the Napa Valley, explore the beaches of the north coast, or enjoy the many hiking and biking trails throughout the area. Whether you choose city-living in San Francisco, one of the many family-friendly suburbs in the East Bay, or the laid-back lifestyle of Marin and Sonoma Counties, you’re sure to find the perfect fit for you and your family.
In return for your efforts, we offer true career balance with all of the stability and benefits found in employment with the State of California:
- 40-hour workweek with flexible schedules
- Generous paid time off and holiday schedule
- Robust 401(k) and 457(b) retirement plans (tax defer up to $45,000 – $60,000 per year)
- Paid insurance, license, and DEA renewal
- Dedicated assistance with visa sponsorship
- Paid CME, with paid time off to attend – (allows you to control more of your time and money)
- Relocation assistance for those new to State of California service
- Potential NHSC Loan Repayment (depending on location)
Submit your CV to CentralizedHiringUnit@cdcr.ca.gov or call (877) 793-4473 for more information.
Candidates new to CCHCS are required to submit to a background investigation process utilizing Live Scan Fingerprinting, and Tuberculosis (TB) testing prior to appointment followed by department annual TB testing/evaluation thereafter.
Pursuant to the Public Health Order (State and Local Correctional Facilities and Detention Centers Health Care Worker Vaccination Requirement) issued by the California Department of Public Health and the directive (Mandatory COVID 19 Vaccines and Testing for Institution Staff) issued by the Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation (CDCR), all staff assigned to all staff assigned to this institution are required to show evidence of full vaccination for COVID-19, absent an approved reasonable medical or religious accommodation precluding them from vaccination. In addition, employees regularly assigned to work in the health care areas or posts within this assigned institution shall provide evidence of full vaccination for COVID-19, absent an approved reasonable medical or religious accommodation precluding them from vaccination.
Pursuant to the Public Health Orders (Guidance for the Use of Face Coverings and State and Local Correctional Facilities and Detention Centers Health Care Worker Vaccination Requirement) issued by the California Department of Public Health and the directive Mandatory COVID 19 Vaccines and Testing for Institution Staff issued by the Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation (CDCR), all staff assigned to this post/position may be required to show evidence of full vaccination and booster for COVID-19, absent an approved reasonable medical or religious accommodation precluding them from vaccination.Please review the appropriate bulletin/assessment on the Bulletin Page for the Minimum Qualifications and, if qualified, complete the Assessment according to the instructions.