Here’s a rare chance to work in one of the most exciting and innovative psychology practices in the country. It’s not just a job, it’s a family! We are looking for a fun individual who enjoys learning new skills, is flexible, is a self-starter, and gets crazy humor!
Southeast Psych is looking to fill several open provider positions as part of an expansion in Charlotte, NC and Nashville, TN. We serve the entire lifespan and a wide range of clinical issues. Good fit with the culture of Southeast Psych is critical in terms of our values- fun, innovation, relationships, and excellence. A sense of humor is essential! Our clinicians are expected to build their own practices through relationship-building and marketing (such as giving free talks in the community). A clinical specialty or niche is not required, but is advantageous. Candidates need to have high-caliber clinical skills, initiative, and the capacity to connect with other professionals. We also will be considering talents and experience that can contribute to the media division of our practice (articles, books, podcasts, videos, webinars, etc.). Both experienced and early career professionals should apply. Candidates need to be licensed (or license-eligible) in North Carolina or Tennessee.
If you are interested, please contact Craig Pohlman email@example.com
Office Coordinator — Full-Time
This position offers an opportunity to be a key team member in our Ballantyne office. The best candidates will have attributes that reflect Southeast Psych’s core values of FIRE (fun, innovative, relationships and excellence). The Office Coordinator provides administrative services and support to staff and clients, as well as ensuring that all general office operations and procedures are followed in an organized and professional manner. Responsibilities include supporting the check-in/check-out process and assisting clients with scheduling and incoming calls. This position will also provide administrative support to office operations and assist providers with special projects or requests as needed.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Strong multi-tasking skills and attention to detail
Excellent interpersonal skills
Problem-solving skills and project management ability
Strong work ethic
Exceptional customer service
Minimum of 2 years administrative experience, preferably in a healthcare setting
College degree preferred
Proficient in MS Office and ability to learn new software
Must have a flexible schedule, to include at least two nights a week
Answer incoming calls, messaging, and inquires professionally
Support the check-in/check-out process and balance credit card terminal at the end of shift
Provide administrative support as needed, including faxing, copying, preparing referral letters, and following-up with client requests
Tidy waiting areas and replenish coffee station as needed
Assist providers with special projects and requests as needed
To apply for this position, please submit a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org