Medical Operational Liaison Officer, Naval Medical Forces Support Command – The Commander, Naval Medical Forces Support Command (NMFSC) requests Navy nominations to fill the O-6 level position of Medical Operational Liaison Officer (LNO). This position provides direct support to Commander, NMFSC, in the integration and coordination of NMFSC training equities and other strategic objectives with external stakeholders at BUMED and other Budget Submitting Office (BSO) activities, leveraging the full breadth of operational and training subject matter experts to inform decisions across a wide array of Navy Medicine, and other operational medical efforts. The ideal candidate has a track record of broad exceptional performance in clinical and senior leadership positions, operational experience, and a training/education background. The assignment is 36 months, and the desired report date is June 2023.
Nomination Package Requirements: CV and BIO with current contact information. Fully completed nomination packages are to be emailed to CAPT Rhett Barrett NLT 1200 EST Monday, January 30, 2023.
The Director, Defense Health Agency (DHA) requests Service nominations to fill the O-6 level position of Executive Director, Defense Health Board (DHB), Defense Health Agency. The Executive Director organizes, facilitates, and directs the activities of over 50 special government employee health care subject matter experts to provide independent advice of the Secretary of Defense, the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, and Director, Defense Health Agency, to maximize the health, safety, and effectiveness of the United States Armed Forces.
The candidate must have a doctorate of medicine with a Master’s degree (or higher) in Public Health, or health discipline requiring a thesis/dissertation, or a doctorate of philosophy in health discipline. The assignment is 36 months, and the desired report date is August 2023, with early reporting authorized.
Prospective Medical Corps applicants should send a CV and BIO to CAPT Rhett Barrett NLT 1200 EST, Friday, January 20, 2023.
JOB OPPORTUNITY – DIRECTOR, ARMED FORCES RADIOBIOLOGY RESEARCH INSTITUTE – JULY 2023
- Director, Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute (AFRRI) – President, Uniformed Services University requests Service nominations to fill this full-time position at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences. The scope of duties requires an O-6 officer (or selected to that grade) with the background, experience, and character to credibly represent AFRRI and USU within the academic community. The ideal candidate should have a working knowledge of operational doctrine, including health service support and nuclear operations, holds an MD/DO or equivalent graduate degree in a health-related discipline, nuclear physics, or nuclear engineering, and has demonstrated the ability to lead successfully with the academic and operational environments. The assignment is 36 months, and the desired report date is July 2023.
AFRRI Homepage here: https://afrri.usuhs.edu/home
Nomination Package Requirements (specific to each request):
1. Letter of interest from the officer that includes a summary of military and civilian education, assignment history, interest in CBRNE defense, and operations and research.
2. Three references with names and contact information.
Fully completed nomination packages are to be emailed to CAPT Rhett Barrett NLT 1200 EST Friday, December 30, 2022.
Policy and Practice Officer, Medical Corps – The Medical Corps Chief seeks qualified officers to fill the O-5/O-6 level position as Policy and Practice Officer for the Medical Corps Chiefs Office. The selected individual must possess the required experience and demonstrate exceptional knowledge, skills and abilities to perform and execute the duties and responsibilities as outlined at the attached position description. The assignment is 36 months, and the primary duty location is in Falls Church, Virginia. The selected individual should arrive no later than Jan 1, 2023, with early reporting authorized.
Prospective applicants should send a CV and BIO to CAPT Teresa Allen (contact in the global) NLT Friday, November 18, 2022.
NSS billets are targeted for MC officers with previous operational/administrative/research/leadership experience. The attached candidate input form explains the application and assignment process for the NSS billets.
Opportunities are listed below, with position descriptions attached.
The list is current but will fluctuate throughout the detailing cycle. NSS applications are due to members’ detailer NLT 27 September 2022.
NSS detailing involves extensive cross-detailing at PERS. As such, communication is key. Officers must communicate their intentions to their detailer and community specialty leader(s).
Please direct questions regarding the NSS list to your detailer. Contact information is listed in the attached candidate input form.
· Force Surgeon, Commander Naval Surface Forces Pacific
· Force Surgeon, Commander Naval Air Forces Atlantic
· Force Surgeon, Commander Naval Submarine Forces Atlantic
· Force Surgeon, Commander Naval Information Forces (COMNAVIFOR)
· Officer-in-Charge, Fleet Surgical Team / CATF Surgeon, FLEET SURGICAL TEAMS
· Senior Medical Officer, LHD/A
· Senior Medical Officer, AS 39/40 USS Emory S. LAND; USS Frank CABLE
· 1st MARDIV Surgeon, 1st MLG Surgeon (Feb 2023 FILL), 3rd MAW Surgeon; 1st MAW Surgeon, I Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF); III MEF
· Regimental Surgeon, 1st MARDIV, 2nd MARDIV
· Director, 3rd MED BTN
· MEB Surgeon, COMMAND ELEMENT 2nd/3rd MEB
· Group Surgeon, NAVAL CONSTRUCTION GROUP ONE
· Director, Medical Readiness Division, Commander Naval Surface Forces Mid Pacific, Commander Naval Surface Forces Pacific
· Command Surgeon, Joint Task Force, USNORTHCOM
· Deputy Director, Force Medical Readiness (M34), BUMED WASH DC
· Medical Corps Detailer, CNAVPERSCOM MILL (Navy Personnel Command, PERS-4415)
· Chief Medical Information Officer (CMIO), NMFL, NMFP, DHA, DISA
· Member, Physical Evaluation Board, SECNAV CORB
· Chief, Lessons Learned and Innovation, NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine (MILMED COE)
· Staff Inspector, BUMED, Office of the Medical Inspector General
· Medical Corps Policy & Program Management, BUMED, Office of the Medical Corps Chief
· Surface Medicine Program Manager, BUMED
· Medical Planner, NATO HEADQUARTERS ALLIED MARITIME COMMAND (MARCOM)
· Researcher (ID/Immunology), NMEDRSCHCEN (Navy Medical Research Center)
· Health Science Researcher (Undersea Medicine), NMEDRSCHCEN (Naval Medical Research Center)
· Trauma/Critical Care Medical Research Officer, NMRU SAN ANTONIO (Navy Medical Research Unit, San Antonio)
· Student, NAVAL WAR COLLEGE
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Director, Naval Medical Center Portsmouth seeks qualified officers of all Corps (MC, NC, DC, MSC) in the paygrades of O-4 to O-6 to fill the Director of Healthcare Business (DHB) position. DHB is responsible for executing and coordinating efficient business operations at NMCP. The ideal candidate will possess the required experience and demonstrate exceptional knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform and execute the duties and responsibilities outlined in the attached position description. The assignment is 36 months, and the primary duty location is in Portsmouth, Virginia. The selected individual should arrive no later than May 2022 (but there may be flexibility, if required). Here is the announcement:
Prospective applicants should submit the following documentation by e-mail (please combine all documents into one PDF) to LCDR Aaron A. Daley (contact in global) no later than March 9, 2022:
• Last three Fitness Reports
• CV and Biography
• Last three years of PRIMS data
• One page letter of intent/motivational statement
• Director/Commanding Officer/OIC endorsement
• Detailer concurrence if not currently assigned to NMRTC Portsmouth
• (Optional) No more than two letters of reference
The Director, Defense Health Agency (DHA) requests Service nominations to fill the O-6 level position Director, White House Medical Unit (WHMU). Ignore the due date of 7 JAN in the PD below as it has been changed:
The selected individual must meet the criteria outlined in Department of Defense (DoDI) 5210.87, paragraphs E4.1.5 through E4.1.7. The nominee shall hold or be able to obtain a current Top Secret security clearance based upon a Tier 5 Investigation and be eligible for access to Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI), and possess the required experience, and demonstrate exceptional knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the duties and responsibilities as outlined in the attached position description. The assignment is 36 months, and the desired report date is April 2023, with early reporting authorized.
Prospective applicants should send a CV, BIO, Letter of Intent, and last five FITREPS to CAPT Rhett Barrett NLT Friday, January 28, 2022 (contact info in the global).
The Director, Defense Health Agency (DHA) requests Service nominations to fill the O-4 level position Aide-de-Camp to the Director of the DHA:
The selected individual must hold a Secret clearance (Top Secret/Compartmented Information preferred), possess the required experience, and demonstrate exceptional knowledge, skills and abilities to perform and execute the duties and responsibilities as outlined in the attached position description. The assignment is 12 months, and the primary duty location is in Falls Church, Virginia. The selected individual should arrive no later than June 1, 2022, with early reporting authorized.
Prospective applicants should send a CV and BIO to CAPT Rhett Barrett NLT Friday, January 28, 2022 (contact in the global).