With expanding programs and financial stability, the Department of Psychiatry and Health Behavior at Augusta University now seeks a licensed forensic psychologist to lead the expansion of the public psychiatry partnership with the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities. Positions will manage medical and clinical care at East Central Regional Hospital-Augusta (located only five miles from the medical school campus), a GRU teaching facility with a 90-bed psychiatric facility, 71 forensic beds and a developmental disabilities facility caring for over 200 individuals. Positions will enhance teaching throughout the department by expanding the GRU presence and enhancing core didactic and residency practical instruction in psychiatry and psychology.
Candidates will also be expected to contribute to activities related to public policy and regulation of psychology in the state of Georgia. A detailed description of the department structure, programs, research and education is provided on the departmental website. The successful candidate will be approved to the academic faculty at GRU at a rank commensurate with experience and previous academic achievements.
This department will support Conrad 30 J-1 Visa Waivers, H1B visas and sponsorship of Green Cards
Phd or Psy.D. Must be a licensed psychologist in the State of Georgia.