Psychiatrists

Employer
US Dept of State Bureau of Medical Services
Location
Worldwide
Closing date
Dec 10, 2022

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Specialty
Psychiatry
Hours
Full Time
Position Type
Permanent

Job Details

DOS Bureau of Medical Services

Discover a healthcare career that expands your worldview.

The U.S. Department of State is now hiring Psychiatrists to fill critical vacancies around the globe. The Department’s Bureau of Medical Services operates in more than 270 embassies and consulates worldwide and relies on skilled clinicians like you to carry out its mission.

As a Regional Medical Officer/Psychiatrist, you will provide psychiatric consultations, assist with lifestyle adjustments, and perform ambulatory and emergency psychiatric care for diplomats and their eligible family members.  You will train staff to screen for psychiatric conditions and stress management, provide psychiatric medical care during times of crisis, assess post morale, and respond to immediate needs within your assigned region.

Regional Medical Officer/Psychiatrists are required to travel extensively throughout assigned regions. 

In addition to a competitive salary and government benefits, you will get the chance to immerse yourself in foreign cultures and support American diplomatic efforts while pursuing your passion.

To view current openings and learn more about working for the U.S. Department of State as a Regional Medical Officer/Psychiatrist, visit careers.state.gov/med.

U.S. citizenship is required. U.S. Department of State is an equal opportunity employer.

 

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The Bureau of Medical Services maintains and promotes the health of diplomats and their family members who represent U.S. government agencies abroad. The U.S. Department of State assigns Foreign Service Medical Specialists to select posts overseas. Many of these posts have significant health risks and local medical facilities are often inadequate to cope with them. Foreign Service Medical Specialists provide primary and preventive health care services across the lifespan; engage in diplomatic responsibilities; direct health unit administrative functions; coordinate emergency medical response duties; and accomplish regional management duties.

This bureau has more than 200 clinicians working in over 170 countries, supported by 11 medical and administrative offices in Washington, D.C., and abroad. No matter which professional, academic or personal path you have taken in life, you can turn your unique perspectives and medical skills into an exciting public service career.

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