About Fort Health:

Fort Health is a child and adolescent mental health company that is on a mission to “Opening more paths to better care for more families”. Today, 50% of children in the US with a mental health issue do not receive care, and 60% of US counties do not have even a single practicing psychiatrist. This is a massive area of need, impacting 17M children in the United States with a market size greater than $50B.

Our vision is to create an integrated set of support resources to understand, assess, diagnose, and treat mental health challenges through digital tools and access to virtual clinicians.  We are partnered with the industry leading child psychotherapy non-profit institution in the US, the Child Mind Institute, which is helping us build clinical protocols, train our providers, and create proprietary content. Our motto is: ‘We Are Stronger Together’ and our model is to partner with pediatricians, insurance plans, and parents/caregivers to open more paths to better mental health care for more children and adolescents.

Come work for a company with an inspiring mission and a hard-working, supportive team making a difference!

Position Overview:

We know that clinicians are the backbone of our company. Everything we do incorporates a clinician’s mindset so that we can provide them with the best job experience so that they can provide our patients with the best treatment. We are looking for someone who wants to be a part of a growing healthcare startup that is focused on broadening access to affordable, high-quality mental health care for children and their families! 

We are seeking a 1099 Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner to deliver high quality, evidence-based therapy and medication management. Contract Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners are expected to be available to provide at minimum of 5 sessions per week after school hours Monday to Friday. Weekends are optional.

The rate of pay for this position is targeted at $110 for a 60-minute session.

The incumbent reports directly to the Medical Director who will also assign projects and provide general direction and guidance. The candidate is expected to perform duties with minimal supervision.

In this role, you will:

  • Provide psychiatric services to individuals who otherwise may not have access to care.
  • Coordinate treatment planning and care delivery with Fort Health’s network of licensed therapists.
  • Adhere to Fort Health’s platform guidelines and policies and complete all required training.
  • Provide unparalleled clinical customer service through the delivery of prompt and empathetic care on the platform.
  • Provide software and operational feedback to Fort Health’s in-house engineering and operational teams to improve products, workflows and care delivery.
  • Implement medication treatment plans for mild to moderate disorders in a virtual clinic (i.e. telehealth) setting.
  • Collaborate with a multidisciplinary treatment team of physicians, therapists, along with outside providers.
  • Ability to message between sessions to support patients and communicate with other internal providers.
  • Engage and collaborate in clinical meetings, supervision, and team meetings as appropriate.

Qualifications:

  1. Licensure: You’re a fully licensed, ANCC board-certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP-BC) in New Jersey. 
  2. Must possess a minimum of one year of experience as a (PMHNP) specifically working with children and adolescents.
  3. NPI Number: We can point you in the right direction if you don’t have those yet!
  4. DEA: You have a DEA number, or you’re open to acquiring one.
  5. Must have reliable, high-speed internet access with minimum speeds of 50 Mbps download and 10 Mbps upload.
  6. Desire to work with and learn from some of the top child mental health experts in the field.

Preferred

  • Bilingual English / Spanish highly preferred.
  • Commitment to working with diverse populations and diagnoses.
  • Reliable self-starter who is able to work independently and also as part of a team.
  • Experience working with children and adolescents in a clinical setting, 3 years and up.

Benefits and Perks

  • Malpractice insurance provided by Fort Health.
  • Supportive clinical and administrative support team, collegial team-based environment, and being part of a quickly growing innovative start up company. 

Fort Health is a proud Equal Opportunity Employer – we recruit, train, compensate and promote our team members based on qualifications. We know how important it is not only to include, but to actively seek out a diversity of opinions and voices. We want to hear from you regardless of your race, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, age, veteran status, or any other applicable legally protected characteristics.

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