Director Education, Training & Research position at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Interested candidates must submit a Letter of Intent, CV, OSR, and command endorsement. Packets may include two letters of recommendation and must be received no later than 31 Mar 2023 to the NCR Market Office Military Personnel Manager. POC is Mr. Monte L. Clingerman (contact in the global).
Please ensure you do not apply with clearance from your Detailer.
NCC GYN-ONC Fellowship Program Director – May 2024
- NCC Fellowship Program Director, Gynecologic Oncology– Director NCC requests qualified candidates for the NCC Fellowship Program Director position. Candidates must have sufficient post-graduate experience and documented academic achievement acceptable for the ACGME Residency Review Committee (RRC). Candidates must hold a current medical license and board certification with (sub)specialty qualifications suitable for the RCC. Please review the DoD Policy and Selection Criteria for GME Program Directors and the ACGME requirements for this position. The desired report date is NLT than 1 May 2024.
- Nomination Package Requirements: CV, Bio, and a Letter of Intent. An applicant’s CV must include a section about faculty development activities. The CV must demonstrate at least three years of documented education and administrative experience, current scholarly activity, and ongoing clinical activity in the (sub)specialty for which they apply. Additionally, the CV must show current board certification in the (sub)specialties they are applying to and current medical licensure. The letter of intent must include the candidate’s commitment to GME and to the Program Director position, including willingness to serve as Program Director for a minimum of 4 years per DHA-PI 1025.04 guidance and that, if selected, they will accept the job.
- Fully completed nomination packages will be emailed to CAPT Shauna O’Sullivan NLT 1200 EST Monday, 27 March, 2023.
Director for Mental Health at Portsmouth
The details of the position are in the file below. All applicants must have Detailer clearance to apply:
Surface Medicine Specialty Leader
The Corps Chief’s office is soliciting Specialty Leader applications for Surface Medicine. This position does not require a PCS and can be performed from the selectee’s current location. The application cycle will be open for approximately one month, and applications are due by March 17, 2023, to CDR Robyn Treadwell at the Corps Chief’s Office (contact in the global).
DSS at Camp Pendleton
Note: Anyone who applies for this position must have Detailer clearance.
The position is open to Navy Medical Department Officers of all Corps at the O-5/O-6 level with a professional perioperative clinical background. Candidates should anticipate interviewing in March 2023 with the ability to assume duties as early as April 2023 formally. Qualified candidates who will be able to accept the position after the 2023 PCS season are also encouraged to apply.
Interested candidates should submit a letter of intent, bio, CV, and last three FITREPs by 24 February 2023 via e-mail to CDR Matthew Kuettel (contact in the global).
140th Interagency Institute for Federal Health Leaders – April 17-28, 2023
Who: Senior Medical Officers tracking toward Executive Medicine (O6 preferred, senior O5 acceptable)
What: 140th Interagency Institute for Federal Health Leaders (Medical Corps is limited to 2-3 seats)
When: April 17-28, 2023 (In-person)
Where: Milken Institute School of Public Health, The George Washington University, 950 New Hampshire Avenue NW, Washington DC (centrally funded by NML&PDC)
Course Description: The purpose of the Interagency Institute for Health Leaders is to provide an opportunity for the seasoned, practicing federal health professional to examine current issues in health care policy and management and to explore their potential impact on the federal health care system. The faculty maximizes the learning experience by presenting materials resulting from research and experience, as well as examples and case studies from the contemporary national health policy decision-making process.
Prospective applicants should send a CV and BIO with Name, Rank, Position Title, USPS address, and best contact telephone number to CAPT Shauna O’Sullivan NLT 1200 EST Friday, March 3, 2023.
DBC and DMS Positions at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton – O5/O6
Note – No one should apply for these positions without Detailer clearance to do so.
Director of Branch Clinics
The position is open to Navy Medical Department Officers of all Corps at the O5/ O6 level with a professional clinical background. Candidates should anticipate interviewing in February 2023, with the ability to assume duties as early as March 2023 formally. Interested Candidates should submit via e-mail; a letter of intent, Bio, and CV no later than 01 February 2023 to the incumbent, CDR Damian Storz (contact in the global).
Director of Medical Services
The position is open to Navy Medical Department Officers of all Corps at the O5/ O6 level with a professional clinical background. Candidates should anticipate interviewing in February 2023, with the ability to assume duties as early as June 2023 formally. Interested candidates should submit a letter of intent. Bio, CV, and last three FITREPs by 01 February 2023 via e-mail to the incumbent, CDR Delbert D. Clark (contact in the global).