Call for Medical Corps Career Development Board Assistant Program Manager – O4-O6

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The Medical Corps Chief recently signed the Medical Corps Career Development Board (MC CDB) policy. I’m the MC CDB Program Manager, but per the policy I need an Assistant Program Manager. The duties of the Assistant Program Manager include:

  • Manages the electronic/online resources ensuring all material is current and all necessary personnel have access.
  • Assists the MC CDB Program Manager in keeping all training resources current and standardized.
  • Obtains and distributes dial-in information for the periodic teleconferences with the Command MC CDB Coordinators. Submits attendance and draft minutes to the MC CDB Program Manager.
  • Assists in monitoring MC CDB evaluation surveys for trends and opportunities for improvement and provides feedback to the MC CDB Program Manager.
  • Performs other duties as requested by the MC CDB Program Manager.

If you are interested in serving as the MC CDB Assistant Program Manager, please send me your CV, military bio, and letter of intent at < at > by COB Friday, 26 APR.

GI Bill Transferability Window is Closing – Don’t Miss Out!

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The Department of Defense released changes to department policy on the transfer by service members in the Uniformed Services of “Post-9/11 GI Bill” education benefits to eligible family members, July 2018.

As a reminder, effective July 12, 2019, any Sailor who has more than 16 years of total service will no longer be eligible to transfer education benefits to their dependents. Also, until July 12, 2019, an exception to policy allows Sailors with at least 10 years of service who are unable to serve four additional years, due to statute or standard policy, to transfer their education benefits to dependents if they agree to serve the maximum time authorized. For example, enlisted Sailors within four years of high year tenure or officers within four years of their statutory limit of service are eligible. Purple Heart recipients are exempt to this policy change.

For detailed information on transferring Post-9/11 GI Bill education benefits and the exception to policy, read NAVADMIN 236/18.

Questions? Contact the NPC GI Bill office.

Transitional Year Program Director Position at NMCP

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Naval Medical Center Portsmouth (NMCP) is looking for a new Program Director for their Transitional Year Internship. The desired report date is June 1, 2019, but there may be some flexibility for the right candidate.

Applicants need to be in their PCS window and should either have orders to NMCP or discuss the assignment with their Detailer before applying. The deadline for applications is April 26th, but prospective applicants should relay their intent to apply to CDR Chong “Jay” Choe (contact info is in the global) no later than April 19, 2019.

Here is the vacancy announcement:

Vacancy Announcement – NMCP Transitional Year Internship PD

Here are my CV, LOI, and bio templates.