The POC if you are interested in this position is your Specialty Leader or Detailer.
ANTICIPATED FILL: Summer 2017
POSITION TITLE: Officer in Charge (OIC)
INTRODUCTION: The position is graded at the O-6 (Captain) level but is an ideal position for an 0-5 (Commander) desiring to demonstrate leadership abilities worthy of promotion to the 0-6 level. Individuals who fill this position have documented requisite training and experience and have successfully been screened and selected by the Force Surgeon, Naval Surface Forces Pacific. Incumbents are normally assigned for a three (3) year period.
CRITERIA FOR THE POSITION:
- Medical Corps Officer with prior shipboard experience as a Senior Medical Officer (SMO) on an amphibious ship preferably LHD/LHA.
- Surface Warfare Medical Department Officer (SWMDO) qualified
- Minimum rank required 0-5
KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED BY THE POSITION:
- Leadership and management experience in history of assignments that demonstrates readiness for this position.
- Working knowledge of Surface Forces organizational structure, functions, and inter-relations.
- Experienced and knowledgeable on matters of shipboard administration and management of ship medical departments.
- Experience with the Medical Readiness Inspection process and management of equipment and material readiness.
- Familiarity with Navy Medicine’s medical privileging and quality assurance programs.
- Working knowledge of the Independent Duty Corpsman (IDC) program.
- Proven communication (written and verbal) and team-building skills.
- Ability to promote morale and teamwork.
- General knowledge of military and civilian personnel management procedures.
- The incumbent’s immediate Reporting Senior is the Force Surgeon, Commander Naval Surface Forces Pacific.
- The incumbent exercises complete and independent administrative and managerial control over assigned military and civilian employees assigned to MRD. (NOTE: Performance is evaluated in terms of objectives, methods, and results in meeting organization mission/goals).
- Incumbent is guided in the performance of duties by pertinent laws and regulatory requirements, higher echelon, and local command instructions, guidance and policy statements.
SCOPE AND EFFECT: The activities of this position include evaluation personnel quantity, quality, and assignment priorities in support of health care activities and support services; maintaining facility, personnel, and material readiness; formulation and execution of manpower requirements and budgetary plans; execution of high echelon directives, and development / execution of local directives in support of the organization’s mission; stimulates and coordinates performance improvement activities. Decisions directly impact all staff (military and civilian) personnel assigned.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Leads MRD San Diego in ensuring over 66 ships and units maintain the highest state of medical readiness and that they adhere to prescribed medical standards.
- Oversees the Medical Readiness Inspection (MRI) program for the assigned afloat Medical Departments and units.
- Ensures Medical Departments are materially ready to deploy and notifies Force Surgeon of any equipment discrepancies.
- Provides support, advice and mentorship to 6 junior Medical Officers in their oversight of 66 shipboard IDCs ensuring compliance with Surface Forces policies and procedures.
- Ensures medical privileging and quality assurance programs are adhered to for assigned medical personnel.
- Provides oversight to the 9 Senior Medical Inspector IDCs (SMIs) assigned to MRD; monitors compliance with the IDC program requirements.
- Ensures IDC SMIs complete monthly quality assurance visits to their assigned ships consistent with guiding instructions.
- Assists Force Surgeon in updating instructions as requested. (i) Formulates and submits annual budget for MRD to the Force Surgeon
- Other duties as assigned by the Force Surgeon
If you are interested in this position, contact your Specialty Leader or Detailer. The announcement is here. It would need to be filled in early to mid-2017:
Directly supervises 360 junior officers in the Army, Navy, Air Force and Public Health Service. Coordinates the School of Medicine’s curriculum and educational programs in the third and fourth years, monitors academic performance in the third- and fourth-year students, and assists fourth-year students in their preparation for Graduate Medical Education applications and selection. Responsible for the School of Medicine’s academic standard in the clinical sciences, as well as personal and professional growth and development of individual students throughout their third and fourth years. Serves on standing committees that directly affect students, to include the Curriculum Committee, Student Promotions Committee, and Board on Review for Interservice Transfers.
Billet Title: Career Planner, Office of the Medical Corps Chief, BUMED
Location: Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Defense Health Headquarters, Falls Church, VA
Corps: Medical Corps
Tour Length: 36 months (beginning summer 2016)
Mission: Mentor and guide all USN Medical corps officers providing leadership development support and guidance. Integral to selecting and maintaining a competent and professional Medical Corps which is valued by the organization and meets the needs of the mission and the strategic goals of jointness, readiness and value.
Functions: Mentors and provides leadership development opportunities for Medical Corps Officers. Serve as president of the Professional Review Board, responsible for accessions of MC officers, via FAP/TMS/DA pathways. Responsible for reviewing litigation reports quality assurance reports in determination of NPDB reporting. Plans and coordinates the annual USN MC Specialty leader business meeting and the annual GME intern road show. Corps Chief Office liaison to all USN MC Specialty Leaders. Subject matter expert on accession issues pertinent to MC Officers. Serves as member of multiple councils and boards including Medical Education Planning Council and HPSP selection boards. Provides regular AMDOC and ODS briefings relative to the Medical Corps.
Command Relations: Ability to communicate effectively to a 1 or 2 Star Admiral on a regular basis.
Experience Required: Highly recommended to have:
Knowledge of Department of Defense, Navy, Navy Medical Corps policies and instructions and policies of other Federal entities as needed. Experience with recruitment, retention, and public speaking. Networking skills, written and oral communication skills.
Other: Time available to perform clinical work at multiple MTFs in the National Capital Region. Time available to travel for CME. TAD travel possible throughout the year for Medical Corps Chief related events.
POC: Contact your Detailer or Specialty Leader if interested.
NOTE: CV, BIO, and Letter of Intent needed for application.