They are looking for a Program Director to report in July 2020. Applicants should submit their packages (CV, Bio, Letter of Intent) to CDR Melissa Austin (contact in global) NLT Friday, 7 Feb. PERS concurrence for the PCS move should be provided with the application materials (usually an e-mail from the Detailer).
Here are the relevant documents:
Here’s a blurb about the free military tax software:
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Here is the link to begin preparations:
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This full-day AMSUS regional seminar, 3 March 2020, at the Kossiakoff Center at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab in Laurel, MD, features speakers from the MRDC Combat Casualty Care Research team, other Prolonged Field Care (PFC) leaders, JHU Applied Physics Lab, and other experts in PFC science & technology. These subject matter experts will highlight current and future science & technology needs relevant to PFC, and discuss current best PFC practices and areas of innovation to address gaps.
Early registration rate good until 31 January 2020: AMSUS member rate $75; non-member rate $100. Register today!
The Office of the Corps Chief supports our Corps Chief, RDML Hancock in directly advising the Surgeon General on matters significant to the Medical Corps. The team includes the MC Career Planner, MC Plans & Policy, MC Reserve Affairs Officer, and reports to the Deputy Chief of the Medical Corps (in other words, the owner of this blog). The position involves frequent, direct interaction with leadership throughout Navy Medicine and is specifically leveraged to offer mid-grade medical officers an opportunity to develop their skills at the strategic level.
Here is the position description. If you are interested in competing and interviewing for this position, please email your CV, Bio, OSR, PSR, and Letter of Intent to CDR Melissa Austin (contact is in the global) in a SINGLE PDF FILE.
Please feel free to reach out to the incumbent, CDR Brett Chamberlin (contact is in the global) to find out more.
Application Due Date: 5 FEB 2020
Report By: 01 JUN 2020
Applicants must be eligible for Orders to BUMED.
The relevant details are in this job announcement:
In order to apply, you will need clearance from the Detailer, and I’m sure an e-mail will suffice.
Here is the update posted on the BUMED Special Pays Website a few days ago:
16 January 2020: The NAVADMIN releasing the approved FY20 Medical Department Special & Incentive Pay Plan is expected to be signed and released in the coming weeks, Until that time, the following clarifications are provided:
- If an officer’s eligibility date for a special pay is on, or after, 1 October 2019, the request cannot be submitted until the FY20 Medical Department Special & Incentive Pay Plan is approved and released. The NAVADMIN is the authority from Chief, Navy Personnel authorizing Chief, BUMED to execute the special pays in FY20.
- Once the NAVADMIN is released, medical department officers will have 30 days from the date of release to submit a special pay request effective 1 October 2019, or the date the officer became eligible if after 1 October 2019.
- Requests for Retention Bonus effective 30 September 2019, or earlier, cannot be submitted until the NAVADMIN is released, as the guidance governing these requests is included in the FY20 Medical Department Special & Incentive Pay Plan.