Psychologist Needed For "Magic City"
Trinity Health, the region's tertiary referral center, is currently seeking a Psychologist, additional experience or training in child/adolescent or neuropsychology a plus, but not required. Recognized as one of the most advanced healthcare facilities in the upper Midwest, Trinity Health hosts an array of services including a 22-bed inpatient facility, Child and Adolescent Partial Hospitalization, and Chemical Dependency Treatment programs. The current Behavioral Health Department includes four psychiatrists, two psychologists and support staff of addiction counselors, social workers, therapists and an on-site facility manager.
Required Qualification Include:
- Doctorate degree (Ph.D. or Psy.D.) in psychology from an American Psychological Association accredited educational institution and at least two years of clinical experience in an organized healthcare setting supervised by a licensed psychologist, one year of which must have been post-doctoral, and completion of an internship endorsed by the APA.
- Current active certification and license to practice issued by the North Dakota State board of Examiners of Psychologists, or ability to obtain.
- Demonstrated current competence and provision of care, treatment, or services to at least 30 patients during the past 12 months or completion of training in the past 12 months. Experience must correlate to the privileges requested.
Trinity Health offers a competitive base salary, signing bonus and excellent benefits to include:
- Health, Dental & Vision Insurance (cost-share)
- Life, Disability & Malpractice Insurance (including tail)
- Paid Vacation
- Continuing Medical Education Allowance
- Relocation Assistance
Trinity Health, this region's leading integrated care system, is recognized as one of the most advanced health care facilities in the upper Midwest serving northwest/central North Dakota and Eastern Montana. Trinity Health hosts a 251-bed tertiary care hospital, Level II Trauma Center, Critical Care Helicopter Ambulance, Da Vinci Robotics, Open Heart Program, State-of-the-Art Cancer Center and a 220+ multi-specialty hospital-employed provider network. Trinity provides the autonomy to build your practice as you desire without the stress of administrative responsibilities.
Technology is important to Trinity Health as evident by consistently being named as Healthcare's "Most Wired". As a tertiary care center for a service area of nearly 200,000, Trinity must stay on top of the latest in technological advances to provide the best care possible. Providers frequently report having access to more advanced technology then they expected at a hospital of Trinity’s size.
Whether it is caring for patients, nursing home residents or their families and friends, our mission depends entirely on finding and developing talented, dedicated people. The spirit of more than 2,800 employees permeates Trinity Health and gives us a unique character. They make us what we are today - a dynamic, progressive healthcare system dedicated to helping people live longer, healthier lives.
Located in a state rich in history, beauty, and outdoor activities, Minot, North Dakota boasts one of the lowest crime rates in the nation and is well known as a great place to live and raise a family. With a population of over 40,000, Minot offers activities for all interests including a community theater, symphony orchestra, art galleries, junior hockey team, newly expanded mall, and a zoo. Minot is host to the North Dakota State Fair each summer and North America’s largest Scandinavian Festival, Norsk Hostfest, each fall. Outdoor activities for all seasons abound in the Minot area including hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, hiking, and ice fishing. There are 15 city parks (even one for your four legged family member).
Minot is home to outstanding primary and secondary schools including public schools, a K-12 Christian School, and a K-12 Catholic School. Minot State University offers bachelor and masters degrees excelling in the areas of business, nursing, teaching, social work, and communication disorders.