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Faculty Positions

The Department of Psychiatry at Indiana University School of Medicine and IU Health Physicians are currently recruiting for the following faculty positions:

Chair, Department of Psychiatry

WittKieffer is partnering with IU School of Medicine on a search for a visionary leader to serve as the Chair of the Department of Psychiatry. The Department of Psychiatry is committed to understanding the symptoms and neurobiological basis of mental illness and advancing psychiatric treatments through extensive involvement in basic and clinical research and patient care. The Chair will be responsible for ensuring the department continues to train the next generation of leaders in psychiatry, further neuroscience discovery, and pioneer new approaches to the translation of these discoveries to the treatment of neurobehavioral disorders. The Department of Psychiatry is home to 300 faculty across the nine IU School of Medicine campuses, almost half of which are volunteer. Faculty strive to lead the mission of understanding the symptoms and neurobiological basis of mental illness and the advancement of psychiatric treatments through extensive involvement in basic and clinical research and direct clinical service. Faculty members also provide integrated care within primary care clinics, working closely with internal medicine and pediatrics departments of IU School of Medicine and IU Health. The department is nationally recognized as a leader in Alzheimer ’s disease, Dementia and Cognitive Aging research, with a strong reputation in alcohol, anxiety, child and adolescent, precision medicine, and schizophrenia. In collaboration with researchers at The Richard L. Roudebush Veterans Administration Medical Center, the Department of Psychiatry is committed to the improvement of precision medicine in psychiatry through the development and improvement of diagnostics and therapies for psychiatric and related disorders. The Department also offers a wide range of educational programs for various levels of learners including medical students, psychiatry residents, psychology interns, and post-doctoral fellows. The Department has multiple nationally accredited training programs- with three psychiatry residency programs and four fellowships, including child and adolescent psychiatry, consultation liaison psychiatry, addictions psychiatry and geriatric psychiatry. Psychology is also represented strongly with a nationally accredited pre-doctoral internship program and six postdoctoral fellowship programs. We are seeking a transformational leader who can build on existing clinical, educational and research strengths in the Department of Psychiatry. Doctorate or Terminal degree is required. Minimum qualifications include an MD or MD/PhD (or equivalent), board certification in Psychiatry, academic credentials appropriate for appointment to the rank of full professor with tenure, and eligibility for licensure in Indiana. The individual selected for this position must be highly accomplished and academically productive with exceptional communication, interpersonal and change management skills, and have a strong commitment to upholding our core values--including promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion. Candidates with a strong background in high impact externally-funded basic or translational research are strongly encouraged to apply. Nominations, expressions of interest, and applications (including a cover letter and CV) should be submitted via email to Beth Frye, MD, Michael Raddatz and Megan Welch, the WittKieffer consultants supporting IU in this recruitment at mwelch@wittkieffer.com.

 

Psychologist

  • Clinical Child Psychologist--IU Health Physicians (Riley Pediatric Care Center): Riley at IU Health psychiatry and psychology specialists diagnose and treat children of all ages. Our expert team of child and adolescent psychiatrists, clinical child psychologists and psychiatric social workers partners with children and families to develop a treatment plan to address each child's mental health needs. Working in outpatient, hospital-based and emergency department settings, our clinicians focus on evidence-based evaluations and treatments to provide expert care for psychiatric diagnoses and behavior problems. Qualifications: Possess a Ph.D or PsyD in Clinical Psychology; Eligible for licensure and independent practice as a Health Service Provider in Psychology in the state of Indiana (HSPP). New graduates and experienced providers are encouraged to apply. Complete details and application contact can be found here.
  • Pediatric Psychologist  Full-time clinical track Assistant Professor position in the area of Pediatric Psychology, specializing in psychological evaluation and treatment of children and adolescents in the Riley Hospital for Children burn program. Qualifications: PhD or PsyD in Clinical Psychology. Eligible for licensure and independent practice as a Health Service Provider in Psychology in the state of Indiana (HSPP). New graduates and experienced providers are encouraged to apply. Complete details and application contact can be found here.
  • Psychologist with primary focus on adult pain working with the Functional Restoration Program/Pain Program at IU Health Neuroscience Center, Goodman Hall. PhD or PsyD required. Send CV and letter of interest to Brad Bennett
  • Child and Adolescent Psychologist with primary focus on general outpatient child and adolescent psychology assessment and treatment at IU Health Riley Pediatric Care Center. PhD or PsyD required. Send CV and letter of interest to Margie Martinez

  • Pediatric Psychologist with primary focus on pediatric pain, working with the Department of Psychiatry and Department of Anesthesia, to practice at IU Health Riley Hospital for Children and IU Health Riley Pediatric Care Center. PhD or PsyD required. Send CV and letter of interest to Margie Martinez

 

Psychiatrist

  • Assistant/Associate/Professor, Triple Board Training Director: The Department of Psychiatry is seeking a board-certified/board eligible child and adolescent psychiatrist to fill an immediate opening for a full-time Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor position. This role would involve approximately 50% clinical/research activities commensurate with the candidate’s interests, in addition to 50% effort directing the Triple Board program. The successful candidate will be responsible for program administration and operations, residents’ recruitment and selection, education in the context of patient care, supervision, assessment, promotion and disciplinary actions, scholarly activity, and the establishment of an effective learning climate at all teaching sites. Specific responsibilities may be delegated by the program director but he/she is accountable to the Graduate Medical Education Committee (GMEC), the designated institutional official (DIO), and to the ACGME Residency Review Committee (RRC) for the timely and accurate completion of all tasks. Interested applicants can request more information and/or send their curriculum vitae, three letters of reference, and statement of clinical, teaching, and research interests to Leslie Hulvershorn, M.D. (ATTN: Margie Martinez), at majhughe@iupui.edu
  • Consultation-Liaison Psychiatrist to lead an established consultation-liaison (C-L) service. Primary duties include responding to consults from hospitalist, trauma and other inpatient medical teams providing care for inpatients at the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Hospital, as well as the Richard M. Fairbanks Burn Center at Eskenazi Health, a nationally recognized leader in burn care. Successful applicants will be full-time faculty members of the Department of Psychiatry and will join a division of C-L Psychiatry already providing service to other components of the IU Health academic medical center enterprise in downtown Indianapolis, including IU Health Methodist Hospital, IU Health University Hospital, Riley Hospital for Children and Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center. Two positions are available. Send CV, three letters of reference and statement of clinical, teaching and research interests to Margie Martinez.
  • Geriatric Psychiatrist to practice at IU Health Neuroscience Center, Goodman Hall.  Position is clinical track Assistant or Associate Professor level as Associate Director of the Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship program and Director of the Older Adult Psychiatry Clinic. MD or DO required. Send CV and letter of interest to Margie Martinez.

  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist providing pediatric hospital-based services to practice at IU Health Riley Hospital for Children. MD or DO required. Send CV and letter of interest to Margie Martinez

  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist with primary focus on Mood Disorders with opportunity to practice in suburban locations IU Health Saxony, IU Health East Washington, and IU Health Methodist Medical Plaza South. MD or DO required. Send CV and letter of interest to Brad Bennett

  • Psychiatrist with primary focus on adult pain working with the Functional Restoration Program/Pain Program at IU Health Neuroscience Center, Goodman Hall. MD or DO required. Send CV and letter of interest to Brad Bennett.

  • Psychiatrist with primary focus on adult psychiatry in a hospital-based setting to practice at Eskenazi Health downtown campus. MD or DO required. Send CV and letter of interest to Brad Bennett.

  • Psychiatrist with primary focus on general adult outpatient psychiatry at IU Health Neuroscience Center, Goodman Hall. MD or DO required. Send CV and letter of interest to Brad Bennett.

Riley Hospital Outpatient Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist

We are seeking a board certified/board eligible Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist to fill an opening for an outpatient clinician and full-time clinical track Assistant or Associate Professor position with IU School of Medicine. Providing diagnosis and treatment for children of all ages, the psychiatry and psychology specialties at Riley at IU Health partner with children and families to evaluate the circumstances and develop a treatment plan to address each children’s mental health needs. Our expert team includes child and adolescent psychiatrist, clinical child psychologists and psychiatric social workers. Focusing on advanced, evidence-based evaluations and treatments, Riley psychiatric specialists provide expert care for psychiatric diagnoses and behavior problems. These evaluations and treatments include diagnostic evaluation, psychological testing, individual psychotherapy, family therapy and behavior modification and pharmacotherapy.

Key responsibilities: Faculty appointment includes supervision and teaching of medical students, interns and residents; evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorders in children, adolescents and adults; collaboration with treatment teams and serve as collaborating physician for NPs; and participation in department committees. 

Qualifications: Board Eligible/Board Certified in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry; Completion of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry residency; Residents and practicing physicians are encouraged to apply; Physician MD/DO licenses in Indiana or eligible for medical licensure

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Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist 

The Department of Psychiatry is seeking a board certified/board eligible child and adolescent psychiatrist to fill an immediate opening for a full-time clinical track Assistant or Associate Professor position. The successful candidate will join a multi-disciplinary hospital-based team of psychiatrists, psychologists, advanced practice providers, and behavioral health clinicians at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health. Responsibilities will consist of evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of psychiatric disorders in hospitalized children and adolescents as a part of the Consultation-Liaison, Behavioral Assessment and Psychiatric Inpatient services at Riley Hospital. Other responsibilities will include collaboration with medical treatment teams, participation on department committees, and supervision/teaching of residents, interns and medical students. Part of IU Health, the Riley Hospital for Children is nationally known and is nationally ranked by US News and World Report in nine Pediatric specialties. The Department of Psychiatry has a broad research, clinical, and teaching mission and maintains both a general psychiatry residency and a Child and Adolescent Fellowship program.

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Interested applicants should submit their CV to Margie Martinez (ATTN: Dr. Thomas McAllister, Department Chair).

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Clinical Psychologist/Assistant Professor, Child Clinical Psychology

The Department of Psychiatry is seeking to fill an immediate opening for a full-time clinical track assistant professor position in the area of Child Clinical Psychology. Candidates should possess a PhD or PsyD in Clinical Psychology and be eligible for licensure and independent practice as a Health Service Provider in Psychology in the state of Indiana. Responsibilities will consist of evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of children with a range of presenting problems, including ADHD, disruptive behavior disorders, and depressive disorders in an academic medical center/child psychiatry clinic setting. Other responsibilities will include collaboration with medical treatment teams, participation on department committees, and supervision/teaching of residents, interns and medical students.

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The IU School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and IU Health Physicians are currently recruiting for the following faculty positions:

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