Director, Professional Education (DPE) is responsible for oversight of:
- Graduate Medical and Dental Education (GMDE)
- Clinical Investigation Department (CID)
- Staff Education and Training (SEAT)
- Visual Information Department
- Healthcare Simulation & Bioskills Training Center
- Nursing Research
- Health Sciences Library.
The position is open to Navy Medical Corps officers at the O-5/O-6 level. Interested candidates should submit (preferably via e-mail) a letter of interest, a short bio, copies of their 3 most recent FITREPs, a CV (templates here) and Specialty Leader concurrence no later than 21 March 2018 to: CAPT Will Beckman, MC USN (contact info is in the global address book).
The details of this position are in this document:
Applications are due 31 MAR. CV, Bio, and Letter of Intent templates can be found here.
If you are not already at NMCP or destined to go there, you’ll need to check with your Detailer and Specialty Leader if you want to apply.
The details of this position are in this document.
Applications can go directly to the command, as indicated. Anyone not already at NMC Camp Lejeune will need to coordinate with their Detailer prior to their application.
All of the details are in this announcement. In brief, you need to:
- Be an O5/O6.
- Be able to report in JUL 2018.
- Submit the requested documents by 14 APR 2018 to the POC in the announcement.
Whenever a position is advertised a second time, that usually means there is little qualified interest in the position. I’m not saying everyone would like this job or be good at it, but this position has been advertised a second time by BUMED:
It is great prep for anyone looking to do Executive Medicine and is a high-level position at BUMED, which has historically led to promotion to O6. If you’re an O5, I’d look at this position and consider applying.
Billet Title: Policy & Practice Officer, 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 July 2018)
Mission: Direct, design, develop and evaluate all Medical Corps policy initiatives in support of and in continuous alignment with BUMED Strategic Goals. Research and revise policy related to professional practice based upon relevant statutes and regulations on community, regional, and national levels. The effect of this position is far reaching in terms of the sustainment, changing nature, and future growth of the Navy physician community, as well as the successful career development of individual Navy Medical Corps officers.
Functions: Draft, prepare and coordinate routing of policy action packages for the Corps Chief Office. Act as the Medical Corps representative for a variety of committees to include but not limited to National Defense Authorization Act Working Groups, Collaborative Care Board, Master Privilege List Group, Medical Corps Professional Review Case Panel, and Medical Corps Professional Review Board. Coordinate corps specific plans and policy activities with appropriate BUMED Codes. Collaborate and network with Policy and Practice Officers from other corps on enterprise wide policy matters. Manage selection of and communication with Medical Corps specialty leaders, to include coordination of specialty leader business meetings.
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: For further information about the billet please contact CAPT Christopher Quarles (contact info in the global address book).
If you’re interested in any of these, contact your Detailer or Specialty Leader:
|Position||Command||Homeport||Rank (generally +/- one rank)||Traits||Fill date||Tour length|
|Student||Naval War College||Newport, Rhode Island||CDR||JPME1 completed||Summer 2018||One year|
|Physician researcher||Naval Medical Research Center||Silver Springs, Maryland||All ranks||Researcher qualified||Summer 2018||Three years|
|SMO||AS 39 Emory S Land||Guam||CAPT||Primary Care Skills||Summer 2018||Two years|
|SMO||LHD 1 WASP||Sasebo, Japan||LCDR||Primary Care Skills||Spring 2018||Two years|
|SMO||LHD 8 MAKIN ISLAND||San Diego, California||LCDR||Primary Care Skills||Summer 2018||Two years|
|SMO||LCC 19 B RIDGE||Yokosuka, Japan||LCDR||Primary Care Skills||Spring 2018||Two years|
|Group Surgeon||NCG 1||Port Hueneme, California||CAPT||Marine Corp Experience||Late Summer 2018||Three years|
|Physician||Sec Nav Physical Exam Board||NCR||CDR||Physician||Summer 2018||Three years|
|Executive Medicine/Surgical Detailer||Navy Personal Command||Millington (Memphis) Tennessee||CAPT||Physician||Summer 2018||Two years|
|GP MED/MEB SURGEON||2 MEF||Camp Lejeune||LCDR||Physician/FMF||Apr-18||Two years|
|CATF 7 Surgeon||Fleet Surgical Team 7||Okinawa||CDR/CAPT||Physician/Fleet Experience||Jan-18||Two Years|
|Med Homeport Program Mgr||BUMED||NCR||CDR||Physician||Summer 2018||Three years|
|3rd MLG Physician||3rd MLG||Okinawa||LCDR||FMF/Primary Care Skills||Summer 2018||Two Years|
|Force Surgeon||Navy Reserve Forces Command||Norfolk, VA||CAPT||Physician||Summer 2018||Three years|