leadership

Director, Clinical Support Services, Headquarters Marine Corps (Arlington, VA) – O5/O6

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This position (PD attached) is a summer 2021 fill:

Anyone interested in applying needs to contact CAPT Garder (Senior Detailer) by COB 9 APR 2021.

Using Social Media to Build Your Professional Influence

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Here is a handout I used for a national presentation on using social medial to build your professional influence that I thought some of you may find helpful. It is in outline format, and I’ll post the outline below as well:

Key Takeaways

  1. Social media can be used to establish yourself as a thought leader and expert, advancing your career.
  2. This can be done at low cost and with varying amounts of additional time dedicated to it.
  3. The key is to find something that you are already doing or want to do that, if broadcast to others via social media, could benefit other people.

Two Personal Examples

  1. Emergency Ultrasound E-mail Listserve and Blog
    • Used Pubmed to e-mail me any new paper with the word “ultrasound” in it.
    • Screened the abstracts for those relevant to emergency ultrasound.
    • E-mailed the abstracts out to anyone who wanted them and automatically posted them on a blog.
    • At peak over 600 clinicians were receiving the e-mails world-wide.
  2. MCCareer.org – Joel Schofer’s Career Planning Blog
    • Took a job where I was responsible for helping others manage their career.
    • Realized that there were great resources already in existence for this, but that they were scattered about the internet and in personal files.
    • Solved this problem by consolidating it all in one place.

Benefits of Social Media Activity

  • As you develop a following, you build a brand as an expert.
  • Translate that expertise into positions of leadership and opportunities:
    • Ultrasound listserve:
      • Secretary/Newsletter Editor of American College of Emergency Physicians Emergency Ultrasound Section
      • Editor-in-Chief of SonoSite Journal Watch
    • MCCareer.org Career Planning Blog
      • Navy Emergency Medicine Specialty Leader
      • Deputy Medical Corps Chief
      • Multiple speaking opportunities throughout Navy Medicine
  • Benefit by helping others. People will seek you for advice and mentorship and thank you for your efforts.
  • Being internet famous.

Proceed with Caution

Resources for Further Information

Director for Mental Health at NMRTC San Diego

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See the announcement for all the details:

Applications are due 2 APR 2021 (POC in the above file), and anyone applying needs Detailer clearance to do so.

DCSS on USNS COMFORT – Deadline Extended to 3/24

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Here’s the original post. Deadline has been extended to 3/24. This means there wasn’t much interest. If you are looking for an operational leadership job that checks many boxes for promotion boards, this is a good example…

Full Operating Status (FOS) Director of Clinical Support Services, USNS COMFORT (T-AH 20): Responsible for oversight and management of on board Clinical Support Services including Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Laboratory Medicine, Blood Bank, Pathology, and Microbiology; During Reduced Operating Status (ROS), regularly liaises with ROS Directors in support of maintaining DCSS areas to the maximum state of readiness including the ability to transition to FOS in five days; Responsible for planning and coordination with the Director for Medical Operations in preparation for all missions; For humanitarian assistance missions, provides direct interaction with host nation as part of subject matter exchange events; Serves as a member of the Executive Steering Committee which directly advises the Commanding Officer in the conduct of all Medical Treatment Facility Operations; Participates in quarterly USNS COMFORT (T-AH 20) readiness exercises (COMFEX).

The expectation is that the selected candidate will commit to 2 years in the position. This commitment includes 20 percent of each work week dedicated to continued mission planning and training activities, with an expectation to come aboard 1-2 times per month; available for up to six month deployment when tasked; available 5 work days per quarter for COMFEX.

Interested candidates submit a Letter of Intent, current Curriculum Vitae, and a Commanding Officer’s endorsement which must include a statement acknowledging the time commitment to the platform. Please direct all queries and submit all required materials to CDR Dario P. Morgan, Director for Administration (dario dot morgan dot mil < at > ah20 dot navy dot mil / 757-444-2035) by 19 FEB 21.

NCC Pediatrics Residency Program Director

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Nominations are due to CAPT Anthony Keller (contact in the global) NLT 8 March 2021.  See the announcement and ACGME requirements for details:

NCC Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship Program Director

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Here is the announcement:

Here are the ACGME requirements:

Nominations are due to CAPT Anthony Keller (contact in the global) NLT 19 March 2021.

Fort Belvoir Director for Education, Training and Research – O5/O6

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Details are in this announcement:

Applications instructions are spelled out in the document and are due 5 MAR 2021. Anyone applying needs to have Detailer clearance to do so.

Executive Director, DHA Vision Center of Excellence – Falls Church, VA

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Please see the PD for this position below. Even though it says O6 only, I would say an O5 could apply as this is not the first time we’ve tried to fill this position (if you get my drift):

Applications are due to CAPT Anthony Keller (contact in the global) by 12 MAR 2021.  Applications should include a letter of intent (LOI), CV, military biography, PDF of the Officer Summary Record (OSR), and PDF of the Performance Summary Record (PSR).  All applicants should have the Detailer’s clearance to apply.