Psychiatrist for the Division of Neuromodulation

Faculty hiring announcement

The Neuromodulation and Adult Divisions are launching a search for a full-time Clinical Instructor to participate in the clinical and educational programs of the Divisions. The primary duties for this faculty position in the Neuromodulation Division will include assessment and treatment of patients of the TMS Clinical and Research Service on the Calabasas, Pasadena, and Westwood campuses. Other duties will include teaching of residents and medical students rotating on the Service, writing literature summaries for the monthly PULSE newsletter, and performing clinical and research procedures in the expanding outpatient and inpatient activities of the Division. Training and experience in the use of TMS, Scrambler, and other devices in use in the Neuromodulation Division is required. Experience in analyzing and summarizing scientific literature is preferred. Adult Division responsibilities will vary according to the Division’s needs and the candidate’s interests but potentially include outpatient and hospital based services.

The successful candidate must meet the following qualifications by time of hire:

Must hold an M.D., D.O. equivalent medical degree and be board eligible or certified in Psychiatry; Must possess a valid California Medical License and Drug Enforcement Agency certificate.

The posted UC salary scales set the minimum pay determined by rank and step at appointment. See Table(s) The salary range for this position is $200,000-$250,000. This position includes membership in the health sciences compensation plan,, which provides for eligibility for additional compensation.

To apply, please submit i) a cover letter outlining academic interests and a brief statement on your diversity activities*; ii) an updated curriculum vitae; and iii) the names and contact information of three references to the application portal at For other information, send inquiries to Qualified candidates should submit their application by April 18, 2024.

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