Employment Opportunities - Psychiatrist



Justice Resource Institute  

The Justice Resource Institute (JRI) is seeking to fill a Youth Group Home Psychiatrist position covering 2-4 group homes, starting part-time, 6-12hrs/week, with the option of increasing the total number of hours per week within the organization if desired. The psychiatrist is responsible for the trauma-informed psychiatric management of youth, age 12-22, coping with significant emotional, behavioral, and mental health issues. Services will include complex diagnostic assessment, psychopharmacological management, parent guidance, team consultation, and comprehensive treatment planning. Services are provided on-site or using a hybrid model of on-site and tele-psychiatry practice. NO CALL requirement. Multidisciplinary team collaboration is integral to this position.

JRI is one of the largest human services providers in the Commonwealth of MA, in addition to being one of the most programmatically diverse. JRI has over 100 programs that serve hundreds of clients in residential settings, and exponentially more in outpatient and community-based settings. JRI is committed to the team model of service delivery and promotes collaborative interdisciplinary practice between our psychiatrists and our staff. We provide cutting-edge, trauma-specialized clinical interventions, ensuring the provision of the highest quality evidence-based family-centered psychiatric care in our group homes. JRI group home programs are designed to help youth gain and practice skills necessary for long-term success. Youth live with us while attending school in the local community and participating in local community activities.

Candidate must be BE/BC and must hold or be eligible for Massachusetts licensure.

JRI is an equal opportunity employer and is strongly committed to building and maintaining a diverse community.  Persons from diverse backgrounds including women, communities of color, the LGBTQ community and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.  

Candidates should send their CV to: 

Kerry-Ann Williams, M.D., Medical Director

[email protected]


This is a part time position in the ambulatory setting which involves joining an expanding women’s mental health service. The service focuses on women in the peripartum period, but addresses aspects of women’s mental health throughout the lifecycle. Responsibilities include clinical care and teaching as well as contributing to program development and scholarly work. This position may be combined with other opportunities on our ambulatory service, providing psychiatric evaluations and ongoing treatment in our general psychiatry clinic located within the medical center, or on our consultation-liaison service, providing consultation, teaching, and supervision on our inpatient medical-surgical floors and in our Emergency Department.  

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, is a 650+ bed tertiary care teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. The Department of Psychiatry is a major teaching site for Harvard Medical School and the BIDMC Harvard Psychiatry Residency Training Program, and the position includes opportunities for teaching medical students and residents and for faculty development.   The candidate will be eligible for a Harvard Medical School appointment at the rank of Instructor, Part-time, Assistant Professor, Part-time, Associate Professor, Part-time, commensurate with the level of accomplishment and dependent upon fulfilling teaching requirements.

Applications are made online at www.hmfphysicians.org/careers . Please respond to requisition #210408.  

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions or any other characteristic protected by law.