Candidates must be eligible to PCS to San Antonio NLT 1 Sep 2020 and meet qualifications described in the ACGME requirements. Detailer concurrence should be obtained before applying. Packages (CV, Bio, Letter of Intent, OSR/PSR, two Letters of Recommendation, and three References) should be submitted to CDR Melissa Austin (contact info is in the global) NLT 30 April 2020.
There is a short fuse opportunity for an O-6 to become the Principal Deputy to the Assistant Director for Management, DHA. The desired report date is June 1, 2020; duty station is Defense Health Headquarters in Falls Church, VA. Although the position description says they want an MSC officer, it is open to applicants from any Corps. Nominations are due to DHA on April 1, so any potential applicants should reach out to CDR Melissa Austin (contact in the global) immediately.
MILLINGTON, Tenn. (NNS) — Navy announced March 19, that select Sailors can apply to participate in the Secretary of the Navy Tours with Industry (SNTWI) program.
Outlined in NAVADMIN 072/20, SNTWI is a unique and non-traditional opportunity for Active Duty and Full-Time Support (FTS) Sailors in paygrades E-6 to 0-6 to work with corporations. The tours are normally between 10 and 12-months in length depending on community and corporate requirements.
SNTWI Fellows are fully immersed in corporate industry to learn and observe corporate processes and best practices while actively engaged in projects and company operations. The knowledge gained as a SNTWI Fellow will assist in bringing innovative ideas and proven practices back to the Navy.
Applicants must be high performing, within physical standards of readiness, and within three months of their Projected Rotation Date by September 2020 in order to be eligible for participation. Additionally, applicants who are within 11 months of a career milestone, within three years of retirement, or within one year of re-enlistment by July 2020 are not eligible for this program. Unfortunately, no more applications from the Civil Engineer Corps or the Surface Warfare Officer Corps can be taken for the FY20-21 program. Sailors in the aviation community must contact their detailer with questions regarding eligibility.
Officer applications must be routed through the applicant’s detailer, and the Community Distribution Division will select candidates. Enlisted applications should be sent to the SNTWI program office at SNTWI_SUPPORT.firstname.lastname@example.org. Eligibility will be based solely on individual community needs and demands. The SNTWI application, NAVPERS 1330/4, is available online at https://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/reference/forms/NAVPERS/Pages/default.aspx. Additionally, all candidates must provide a biography and resume.
All communities must submit the names of their selectees to the Director of SNTWI (PERS-443) no later than March 31, 2020, and communities are encouraged to submit alternate names for unfilled quotas. The Community Distribution Division will make candidate selection and partner companies have final approval of candidates. Candidates will be matched with a company by July 2020, and the individual communities will notify selectees. Sailors selected for this program incur a service obligation of three times the number of months they participate in the SNTWI program.
For community-specific eligibility and application questions, contact your detailer. For program questions not pertaining to application and eligibility, contact SNTWI_SUPPORT.email@example.com.
The Director of Professional Education (DPE) and Deputy DPE positions will be opening at NMRTC Camp Lejeune this spring/summer. They are hoping to have at least one of the positions filled by the end of April.
If you have interest and clearance from your Detailer, the info is in the position descriptions below:
Details are in this document, and applications are due 23 MAR. Make sure you are already at WRNMMC or USUHS or have Detailer clearance to apply:
The Director of Branch Clinics (DBC) position for NMRTC-29 Palms is opening. The deadline for applications is 1 APR 2020 with the ability to assume duties in MAY 2020. All inquiries can be addressed to LCDR Jeremy Ramsey (contact in the global). Details are in this document:
As usual, you need clearance from your Detailer to apply.
Please see the message below from the American Medical Association. If you are interested in any of these opportunities, and you must be an AMA member, please contact your Specialty Leader who will vet your interest and forward your CV/BIO/LOI to CDR Melissa Austin by 16 MAR:
The AMA Council on Medical Education is currently soliciting candidates for AMA nomination opportunities with the following groups:
- Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Board of Directors
- Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Review Committee for Pediatrics
- Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Review Committee for Preventive Medicine
- American Board of Allergy and Immunology (ABAI) – Internist AI Director position
- American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Position descriptions and applications for each opportunity can be found at: