Are you a problem solver, competitive, a good listener, trainable, hard working, goal oriented and want to make a bundle of money?
Currently accepting applications
Supervisory Physician: minimum experience and training required for the position is a degree of Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy from a medical school approved or recognized by the Pennsylvania State Board of Medicine or Pennsylvania State Board of Osteopathic Medicine and completion of an approved US residency program in the allopathic medical specialty of family practice, general practice, internal medicine or occupational medicine. Salary ranges from $121,585 - $159,062 annually.
Staff Psychiatrist: minimum experience and training required for the position is the completion of a residency or training program in psychiatry, which meets the certification requirement of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, or the American Osteopathic Board of Neurology and Psychiatry. The position requires a license to practice medicine in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as issued by the State Borad of Medical Education and Licensure, or the State Board of Osteopathic Examiners. Salary ranges from $121,585 to $140, 421 annually.
Licensed Psychologist: (salary range from $59,580-$90,504 depending upon experience) please contact us for more details and to schedule a confidential interview.
Danville State Hospital offers an excellent benefits package with this position. For additional job requirements and for application procedures, please contact Danville State Hospital's Human Resource Office at 570-271-4596. Danville State Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Accepting applications for Safety Coordinator: position will perform technical personnel position assignments in employee safety, including: the administration of occupational safety policies, the development of accident control programs, the analysis and classification of all district accident reports, and the development and presentation of training sessions. Additionally, the selected individual will coordinate the SEAP, GETS and COOP programs. To be considered, you'll need to have: a bachelors degree, at least 1 year of experience in the performance of technical human resource duties, as well as safety experience. This position includes pay equal to experience and an exceptional state of PA benefits package and retirement program. To learn more and to apply, go to: penndot.gov and click on PENN DOT JOBS or call 570-368-4301
Equal opporunity employer.