**All Nurse Practitioner Candidates for this position MUST have 2+ years direct experience in a dermatology office.**

Are you an experienced professional looking to join a company that will appreciate your talent and hard work?

Are you caring and friendly? Are you the "go-to" problem solver?

Consider joining the largest and fastest-growing dermatology group practice, that will recognize your hard work and value!

Schweiger Dermatology is seeking a FULL TIME, experienced Board Certified  DERMATOLOGY Physician Assistant to join one of our Brooklyn, New York  offices in Midwood! Schweiger Dermatology has received a spot on the Great Places to Work 2018, Crain’s Fast 50 2018, and Inc. 500 lists!

About our Midwood Office:

  • A busy, nicely renovated office located in south-central Brooklyn
  • A thriving neighborhood known for local retail shopping, parks, and dining, inclusive of varied ethnic flavors
  • Offers same day appointments, evening, and Sunday hours for patient convenience
  • Provides medical/cosmetic treatments and on-site Mohs micrographic surgery

About Schweiger Dermatology:

  • The largest group dermatology practice in the Northeast, with over 55 offices and 180 healthcare providers in NJ, NY, and PA
  • Under the supervision of CMO and practicing dermatologist, Dr. Eric Schweiger, SDG offices are comprised of board certified dermatologists, certified physician assistants, board certified nurse practitioners, plastic surgeons, and licensed estheticians
  • We are all fully committed to providing excellent, comprehensive dermatologic care to patients of all ages in all the communities where we exist

Schweiger Dermatology Provides:

  • Both medical and cosmetic dermatology services to over 500,000 patients annually
  • Access to the latest, cutting edge treatments and services for all medical and cosmetic dermatological concerns, utilizing the most effective treatment methods and state-of-the-art technology

SDG Offers:

  • Highly competitive compensation model
  • Comprehensive health benefits, 401(k), Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Experienced corporate and support staff
  • Access to internal network of best in class dermatologists
  • Beautifully renovated, clean offices
  • Autonomy in your work
  • Access to latest laser technology
  • Flexible schedules, full/part-time
  • Quality of life

Schweiger Dermatology Group, is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its hiring process with applicants, whether internal or external, because of race, creed, color, age, national origin, ancestry, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, veteran status, military status, application for military service or any other class per local, state or federal law.

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