leadership

Consider Taking This Hotfill – Senior Medical Officer Position – USS AS EMORY LAND

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Here are some reasons to consider taking this billet:

  • They’ve been trying to fill this for a while, so potentially a senior O4 could use this to advance their career since they’d be filling a senior billet. Having trouble promoting to O5? This could push you over the edge at the promotion board.
  • Because they are about to draft someone for this if no one volunteers, you could negotiate for sweet follow-on orders. For example, “I’ll do this if you send me to ________ (fill in the blank) for my next tour.” I think that is a reasonable approach if you jump on this grenade.
  • You’ll earn a warfare device that opens up all sorts of future opportunities for your career.

 

What: Senior Medical Officer Position, USS AS EMORY LAND
Rank: O5/O6
Where: Guam
When: AUG 2018 with training ISTOP 20-31AUG for SAMFE then to Guam.

Support of 2-Tender Rotational Deployment model, where one tender remains in Guam to support the submarine squadron and the other (AS F CABLE) is forward deployed to support subs on mission and provide maintenance/logistics to any forward operating vessels.

The SMO must be able to provide primary care to AD sailors (thus GMO credentials for non-primary care specialists). Additional medical staff responsible to the SMO: UMO, Sub IDC, and Surface IDC on board. Additionally the SMO’s leadership will assist in cases that benefit from an experienced provider who can determine which medical cases can be managed on board, utilizing remote host nation care, or which require ISOS MEDEVAC.

This is a unique and rewarding leadership opportunity. If you are interested please reach out directly to your MC Detailer.

Director of Surgical Services at NMCSD – O5/O6

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This file has all the details of the position, which is available summer 2018:

DSS Announcement 2018

There’s an application deadline of 1 JUL 2018.

Here are the CV/BIO/Letter of Intent templates.

Director for Clinical Support Services, Ft. Belvoir – 05/06

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All of the info about this leadership opportunity are found in this document:

FBCH DCS May 2018

BUMEDNOTE 1410 – Application Procedures for FY19 Career Milestone Screening Board

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Here are the documents you need in order to apply for Chief Medical Officer (CMO) and Officer-in-Charge (OIC) positions:

BUMEDNOTE 1410 – APPLICATION PROCEDURES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019 NAVY MEDICINE CAREER MILESTONE SCREENING BOARD

FY19 Milestone Opportunities

With superior performance in these positions, CMOs and OICs make O6. It is that simple. Plus, by applying for these positions you get to compete Navy-wide, not just at your command like many director-level positions like DMS, DSS, MEC Chair, etc.

In other words, if you are a senior O4, O5, or O6 who wants to assume leadership positions in Navy Medicine, this is your chance. Apply.

WRNMMC Chief of Graduate Medical and Dental Education – O5/O6

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I don’t have the due date for interest in this position, but the Position Description is here:

Chief of GME Position Description – WRNNMC

The POC is CDR Robert Liotta (contact info in the Global Address Book).

CNO/VCNO’s Updated Leadership Guidance

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There have been a few recent updates from the most senior leaders of the Navy:

CO/XO Application Process

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All of the information needed to apply for CO/XO can be found at this link (select your e-mail CAC certificate):

https://es.med.navy.mil/bumed/m00/m00c/pages/executive­medicine.aspx

The documents you need are here:

Note 1412 2 Apr 2018

NAVMED 1412_1 (4_2017)

FY19 CO_XO Opportunities

ExecMedCandidateInput (5_2017)