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1. Physician Subject Matter Expert (SME)
Duty Location: Andrews AFB, MD 20762
Description: Assist NGB-SGP Medical Teams. The contractor, under the guidance of the SG Director, will review medical documentation and assist in providing recommendations for SG adjudicators pertaining to all ANG requests related to fitness for duty and disability determination cases in support of Aeromedical and preventive medical functions in the ANG. These requests are initiated by the ANG units in the 54 States and Territories, database document pulls or other sources. All cases are tracked in the NGB/SGPA Waiver Application database.
Assist the SG directorate in providing information and updates to the field on the aforementioned focus areas. The contractor will also assist in preparation of responses to inquiries or objections to decisions that have been made by the SG Director.
Where applicable and advantageous to the government, a member may conduct required work tasks via limited telecommuting, assuming accurate measurable workload data is validated by performance measures as determined by the Contracting Officer Representative (COR) and designated SGP supervisor. The Physician will also assist the SG directorate with curriculum development and instruction during NGB/SG medical symposium or conferences.
1. Required: Licensed physician (MD or DO). Experience and knowledge of medical fitness for duty and disability standards is required.
2. Current Board Certification in Aerospace Medicine, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Occupational Medicine or preventive Medicine is desirable.
Please send your resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org with the Subject as “Physician SME” or call 877-691-7477.
2. The FAA is looking for a Deputy Regional Flight Surgeon for the Northwest Mountain Region. Location: Reston, VA; salary: $150,000 to $181,500 per year. Open period: Friday, March 7, 2014 to Saturday, April 5, 2014.
The person hired will get to work with the aeromedical certification of Airman (pilots) and Air Traffic Controller Specialists (ATCS) and will have the opportunity to work with Aviation Medical Examiners, FAA personnel, disaster preparedness groups, and other working groups and committees. The FAA provides training. Report date is negotiable, but it is preferred that the start date be as soon as possible.
The job will be posted to USA Jobs by March 7, 2014.
3. Commercial Space Operations
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida is seeking a professor to teach in the Commercial Space Operations program, a new and unique B.S. degree focused on the regulation, planning, flight, safety, policy, management, human factors, and training aspects of commercial space programs, commercial spaceports, and space agencies. The ideal candidate will have industry experience in NASA, military, or commercial space operations. A doctorate in an aerospace-related field is preferred and a technical Master’s degree with significant aerospace experience will be considered. The position is expected to begin in August 2014. To apply, please visit www.erau.edu/jobs and search for IRC 55810 under Available Jobs.
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