Remote Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (Massachusetts-licensed)

Cartwheel

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Join Cartwheel to help tackle the student mental health crisis.

$120,000 ‒ $160,000 Annually

Kids spend most of their days in the classroom. And teachers and staff, who play a vital role in their development, are often the first to notice when something is off. But with 1 in 5 young people struggling with mental health, schools are getting crushed by a downward spiral in student crises and staff burnout.

With large increases in federal funding for schools and the rise of telehealth, schools are reimagining what mental health support can look like.

Cartwheel is an early-stage company building a new kind of mental health program that puts schools at the center. We see our role as supporting on-campus counselors, psychologists, and school social workers who see kids every single day. Instead of going around them, we collaborate with them. This means:

  • Earlier intervention
  • Higher student and family engagement in care
  • Better coordination among the trusted adults in a student’s life

 

ABOUT THE ROLE

 

We’re looking for team-oriented and mission-driven clinicians to join our care team of psychopharmacologists, therapists, and school health professionals. As a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, you’ll work directly with school staff, students, and families in our partner school districts in Massachusetts to build stronger systems of mental health support.

Role type: Part-time to full-time (10-40 hours per week)

Location: Up to 100% remote

Start date: As soon as possible, with additional rolling start dates

 

WHAT YOU’LL DO

  • Provide psychiatric medication management for school-age children and adolescents in Cartwheel’s partner school districts
  • Participate in case discussions with other Cartwheel team members
  • Support students and families with transition to community mental health and primary care providers
  • Build collaborative, trusted, and lasting relationships with school leadership, staff, students, and families. Meet regularly with school staff to discuss student mental health needs and develop strategies to improve school services.
  • Help lead mental health workshops and other programming for staff and families
  • Partner with school leadership on achieving their overall mental health vision

 

WHO YOU ARE

Must have…

  • Passion for working with schools on mental health
  • Massachusetts APRN authorization as PCNS or PNMHCS with prescriptive authority
  • Experience providing care to children and adolescents
  • Excellent organization, communication, and teamwork skills

 

Extra credit…

  • Fluency in a second language (e.g., Spanish, Portuguese)
  • Experience working in a school setting
  • Willingness to offer hours both during and after a typical school day

The above is a summary of the role, not an exhaustive list. If you think that you have most of the above but not everything, please apply. We’d love to hear from you.

 

WHY YOU’LL LOVE CARTWHEEL

At Cartwheel, you’ll have an unmatched provider experience.

  • Flexible and up to 100% remote role (10-40 hrs/week)
  • Competitive compensation ($120-160K cash compensation for full-time clinicians)
  • Full-time roles include excellent health insurance and PTO
  • Meaningful equity ownership stake in Cartwheel for some roles
  • Team-based care model with mission-driven colleagues
  • Administrative support from our team so you can focus on what you do best
  • Opportunities beyond clinical care, including working closely with school districts on staff support, workshops, and other programming

Cartwheel is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We embrace diverse backgrounds and perspectives and an inclusive work environment. We’re committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, disability status, or veteran status.