Dual Hatted Fleet Marine Force (FMF) Operational Medical Officer and FMF Specialty Leader
We are currently accepting applications for the Fleet Marine Force Operational Medical Officer/ FMF Specialty Leader. Please note that this position is a combined position with the Director for Clinical Services at Marine Corps Headquarters, Health Services in Arlingon, VA. PCS is required. The FMF OMO Specialty Leader is unique in that providers from multiple specialties are represented and personnel may move in and out of the community throughout their careers. Qualifications for the position are as follows:
- O-5 or O-6 Medical Corps Officer
- Board Certified in Primary Specialty
- Be currently serving with or have served within the USMC Operational Forces at the level of Regimental Surgeon or higher (Major Subordinate Command Surgeon or higher preferred)
- Be within Navy height and weight standards without any PRT failures
- Be eligible for PCS to HQMC – Health Services in Arlington, Virginia Like other primary Specialty Leaders, the FMF OMO Specialty Leader engages in officer selection for training; mentorship within the community; and providing recommendations for the detailing process. Because of the unique nature of the FMF OMO community, additional responsibilities include
- Creation and maintenance of an OMO specific training pipeline
- Oversight of the FMFWO/QO program
- Participation in table top exercises
- Dual reporting to The Medical Officer of the Marine Corps and the Medical Corps Chief.
- The application cycle will close on 5/27/2022. Please send the following to CDR Robyn Treadwell and CDR Debra Buckland-Coffey as a single combined PDF document:
· Letter of Intent
· Last 2 Fitreps
If you have any questions regarding the positions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to the incumbent, CDR Debra Buckland-Coffey.
Joint Medical Executive Skills Institute (JMESI) – CAPSTONE for MHS Leaders Course (Virtual)
Who: Senior Medical Officers (O-6, O-6 selects or high-potential O-5 officers)
What: Joint Medical Executive Skills Institute (JMESI) – CAPSTONE for MHS Leaders Course
When: July 10-13, 2023 (Virtual – only 6 seats for Medical Corps)
Course Description: The Capstone Course is designed to be a pinnacle event for recently assigned senior military treatment facility commanders, lead agents, and senior medical department officers in key staff positions who will benefit from exposure to and familiarity with entities that shape the MHS. The course provides participants with exposure to the operations of the various organizations within the Department of Defense, pertinent congressional staffs, and the offices of the three Surgeons General. Participation in the Capstone Course will enhance the understanding of how national healthcare policies are formed, and by whom, and how they are implemented and put into operation.
Additional details and objectives can be found here:
Prospective applicants should send a CV, BIO, and current position, work address, work email address and phone to CAPT Shauna O’Sullivan and CDR Robyn Treadwell NLT 1200 EST Monday, May 22, 2023.
Channeling the Warrior Within – Leadership Pocket Talks
The Channeling the Warrior Within resource promotes resiliency and toughness among the female service member population and prompts users to engage in self-reflection activities to manage emotions, effectively lead, and overcome challenges. The resource includes podcasts, inspirational lectures, and other media resources on building mental strength, dealing with adversity, and developing grit. Further, exercises and strategies are included to support service members’ ability to apply the Warrior Mindset. The Navy Medicine Female Force Readiness Clinical Community put this resource together.
The resource is available on the Navy Medicine Women’s Health Webpage and below:
Director of Mental Health, NMC San Diego – O5/O6
The position is open to Navy officers of all Corps at the O-5/O-6 level whose professional education and training demonstrate a fundamental understanding of mental health matters.
Interested candidates must be available to assume the position’s duties at NMRTC San Diego by October 1, 2023. Discussion with your Specialty Leader and Detailer, in conjunction with the application, is required. If interested and eligible, please submit a package containing a letter of intent, curriculum vitae, biography, PRIMS data, last three fitness reports, and letter(s) of recommendation (up to 3) no later than April 14, 2023. Interested officers should submit their package to HM1 Mark J. Jaquias.
Navy Senior Leadership Seminar – Online (NSLS-O)
Navy Postgraduate School |Navy Senior Leadership Seminar – June 12-16, 2023 (Online/Virtual)
Who: O-6, O-6 selects or high-potential O-5 officers who are on track for executive medicine
What: Navy Senior Leader Seminar – Online/Virtual (NSLS-O)
When: June 12-16, 2023 (only 1 seat for Navy Medicine Corps)
Where: Online via the Navy Postgraduate School – Center of Executive Education
Course Description: NSLS provides senior leaders with an intensive five-day executive education program that introduces the latest “best practices” in strategic planning, goal setting, strategic communication, effects-based thinking, risk management, financial management, and innovation. Learning is enhanced using case studies, small-team exercises, practical applications, seminar-style discussions, peer learning, and faculty presentations. Participants will be introduced to subject matter experts within DoD and industry, to include insights from senior Navy leaders and academic researchers. The course is designed to prepare participants to meet organizational challenges in their current and future assignments, and to empower them to become more effective change agents and better-informed stewards of the Navy’s resources. For more information about NSLS, please visit: https://nps.edu/web/cee/nsls
Prospective applicants should send a CV and BIO to CAPT Shauna O’Sullivan NLT 1200 Friday, April 7, 2023.
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.