ACMHS is growing to meet the needs of our community. We are looking for experienced Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners and/or Physician Assistants who want to join us in this effort.
Who We Are
ACMHS has multiple clinics in Anchorage and Fairbanks. Our Child and Family services includes a nationally recognized Child Trauma Center, a therapeutic preschool and early childhood specialty clinic, a transition age youth program that includes a drop-in center and job skills development program with integrated mental health services, and an outpatient child and family clinic that provides evidence-based child and family therapy services. Our adult programs serve those who experience a broad range of mental illnesses through therapy, medication management, a vocational training program, supported housing, intensive outpatient services, case management, as well as traditional clinic-based services. In May we will be opening a Military Families Clinic as well.
About the Position
At our Anchorage or Fairbanks clinics you will receive state of the art training, clinical supervision and support to provide the most effective evidence-based treatments available. You will provide psychiatric evaluation and treatment to about 16 patients per day with a wide range of acuity. No night or weekend coverage is required. You will have the opportunity to work with a multidisciplinary team with nursing support and case management.
We have position openings in both Anchorage and Fairbanks, AK. Surrounded by the beautiful Chugach Mountains, Anchorage offers ready access to outdoor adventures from back-country skiing to world-class salmon fishing. As Alaska’s largest city it also offers the comforts of urban living with excellent medical care, restaurants, shopping, cultural activities, great schools, and more. We also have no sales or state income tax. Fairbanks is the largest city in the interior region of Alaska. Fairbanks is the home of the Midnight sun in the summer and filled with the allure of the Northern Lights in the winter. The summers make up for the cold winters with long beautiful sunny days, great lake fishing, hunting and berry picking.
- At least 3 years of experience
- Experience working with patients suffering from Severe Mental Illness (SMI)
- Relevant degree
- Current Alaska License
- Current DEA certificate
- Experience working with an electronic health record
Salary range is $120K-$147K per year
In addition to base salary there are opportunities to earn up to $44K in annual incentives each year based on achievement of individual and organizational goals.
- 30 days PTO after first year of employment
- Medical, dental, vision, life, and long-term disability insurance
- 10 Paid holidays
- 401K with 5% employer match
- Paid training available for continuing education
- Eligibility for Student Loan Repayment programs
- Relocation assistance and/or signing bonus available
To apply, please send a current resume to email@example.com.
Anchorage Community Mental Health Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.