• Medical Director (Psychiatrist)

    Job Locations US-TX-Dallas
    Job ID
    Contract to Permanent (Part Time)
  • Overview

    Niznik Behavioral Health (NBH) is a provider of behavioral health services for adolescents and adults. We are dedicated to serving those in need by clearing pathways to gain access to life changing addiction recovery services. At NBH we are committed to providing the highest standard of care for our clients. All NBH facilities are fully accredited by the Joint Commission and collectively offer the full continuum of care for our clients. NBH is privately owned and operated and headquartered in Miami, Florida. We are opening rehabilitation facilities nationwide and searching for positive, hardworking individuals to join our growing company, and who want to make a difference in people’s lives.


    We are a privately owned behavioral healthcare company looking for a Psychiatrist to be our Medical Director for our residential treatment centers and outpatient office in the Dallas, Texas area.


    • Placement and establishment of level of care
    • Medication management
    • Help patients develop their knowledge and understanding of their condition
    • Help patients learn to utilize the tools they need to recover and avoid relapse
    • Provide oversight and direction for other practitioners
    • Foster a team of compassionate care providers who effectively treat patients to recovery
    • Oversee and ensure program adherence


    • Valid Texas medical license 
    • Board Certified in Addiction Medicine (preferred) 
    • Controlled Substance Registration Certificate and DEA Waiver (Must Have)
    • Experience using electronic medical records (EMR)


    Job Type Options: 

    • Part-time leading to full-time
    • Contract







    *Please, no phone calls.  To be considered for this position, click apply and follow the steps.   

    *To all recruitment agencies: NBH does NOT accept agency resumes.  NBH is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes. 








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