Psychologist, BHSI in Golden Valley

Posted: November 16, 2018

We are searching for a Licensed Psychologist for BHSI's Golden Valley clinic. Full-time is preferred, but part-time candidates will be considered.

Duties include therapy and psychological testing with children, adolescents and adults. Experience with electronic medical records and ability to be credentialed by Medicare highly preferred. LICSW will be considered (psychological testing would not be part of duties). We are interested in hiring people who are committed to high quality patient care and service, have a collaborative view of treatment, excellent time management skills, and value a friendly collegial culture.

Competitive pay plus benefits including 401K retirement savings plan, health/dental insurance, vacation pay, holiday pay, short-term disability insurance, life insurance, training/educational opportunities, and professional development allowance.

About BHSI:
•We are a major provider of mental health services in the Twin Cities metro area.
•Six clinic locations: Eagan, Fridley, Golden Valley, North St. Paul, Shakopee, and Woodbury
•BHSI has been in operation since 1983, with current clinician ownership since 2004.
•We employ approximately 65 people: Psychologists, social workers, family therapists, physician assistants, nurses, medical assistants, business office personnel, and clinic coordinators. We also have over a dozen psychiatrists who are independent contractors.

Email resume and cover letter to Drevis Hager, EdD, LP: [email protected] or mail materials to: Drevis Hager, EdD, LP BHSI 8441 Wayzata Blvd, Suite 140 Golden Valley, MN 55426



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