Job Fair & Classifieds

Job Fair and Classifieds


1.

Aerospace Medicine & Family Practice Physicians

 Argent Technologies staffs 62% of the Flight Medicine Physicians worldwide!
 
Argent Technologies, LLC is seeking full time Flight Medicine and Family Practice Physicians for nationwide opportunities. We are a Service Connected Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) with a broad range of capabilities to include staffing and management in numerous industries such as Engineering, Technical, Administrative and Medical Services.
 
Our Medical Services Division staffs a variety of medical professionals to include Flight Medicine, Family Practice, Psychiatry Psychology, Occupational Medicine and Internal Medicine Physicians. Our medical professionals provide services to beneficiaries of Military Treatment Facilities around the world.
 
Our company is growing and currently seeking Flight Medicine and Family Practice Physicians at numerous locations. We offer competitive pay, optional 401K, no weekends, nights, travel
or on-call
 
For a list of locations, please visit the company website at www.argenttech.net or contact Pamela Patton at pfp@argenttech.net
 
Come work for the leader in Flight Medicine Physician staffing. Contact Argent Technologies, LLC today!
 



2. Supervisory Medical Officer (Aviation Medicine); Department Of Transportation; Federal Aviation Administration

Job Announcement Number: AAC-EXT-15-AAM300-41505
Open Period: Thursday, June 25, 2015 to Thursday, July 9, 2015
Series & Grade: FV-0602-M
Position Information: Full Time - Permanent
Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens - This announcement is open to all United States Citizens.

This announcement was re-opened on 06/25/2015. Applicants that applied for the original open period need not re-apply, however, you can update your application if you desire. For more information or to apply, please visit the job announcement at https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/402264600.

KEY REQUIREMENTS

  • U.S. Citizenship is required.
  • Selective Service Registration is required for males born after 12/31/1959.
  • Designated or Random Drug Testing required.
  • Successful completion of a security investigation will be required.
  • A one-year supervisor/managerial probationary period may be required.
  • Positive Education Requirement- Copies of Transcripts must be submitted.
  • Licenses & Certificates required- Copies must be submitted.
  • Must See How to Apply for Resume Requirements.

 
DUTIES
Serves as the chief aerospace medicine certification advisor to the Federal Air Surgeon, the Civil Aerospace Medical Institute (CAMI) Director, and Regional Flight Surgeons. Manages a professional, technical, and clerical staff of 88 in the centralized system which process, reviews, evaluates and stores about 430,000 new applications for medical certificates each year from nearly 600,000 active airmen. Analyzes medical and aircraft/incident accident records to determine the effectiveness of current medical certification standards and examinations. Identifies the need and recommends medical certification research topics. Continually improves the aeromedical certification system to perform the above functions with maximum efficiency and optimizes the use of automated medical information systems. Provides individual case considerations at medical specialist caliber and directs the staff responsible for the review, management and proper certification determination for nearly 430,000 applications annually. Reviews and reconsiders airman medical certificate issuances and denials of medical certificates performed by aviation medical examiners, in certain situations; Acts on behalf of the FAA Administrator in the issuance of final denials of medical certificates in situations requiring denial by the Administrator for the purpose of review by the National Transportation Safety Board. Notifies the airman of the requirement to surrender a medical certificate when the issuance of which has been reversed, wholly or in part, by the Federal Air Surgeon or one of his representatives. Suspends, modifies, or refuses to issue a certificate if an applicant for, or holder of, a medical certificate refuses to furnish additional medical information. Reviews all current evaluations or status reports of airmen who have received special medical waivers (special issuances), of all types, from the Federal Aviation Regulations, from the Administrator, to determine where there is cause for continuing or terminating their medical waivers and reviews any special reports requested by the Federal Air Surgeon. Participates in the civil aviation medicine training of aerospace medicine residents during their rotations at CAMI.
 



3. UTMB Health – Aerospace Medicine Physician (Flight Surgeon)

The University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB Health) is seeking flight surgeons for our work with the aerospace industry. These positions support the UTMB subcontract with Wyle, the prime contractor for the Bioastronautics contract at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. These positions will also include an appointment to the faculty of the UTMB Health School of Medicine.

Flight surgeons will be expected to Support JSC Medical Operations.  The position will provide medical expertise and knowledge for development of medical requirements, procedures, processes and support operations in Star City, Russia and/or Mission Control Center- Houston; provide primary acute care for U.S. astronauts and their dependents and NASA personnel on deployment and their dependents in Star City, Russia and coordinate when required, with appropriate contract medical facilities in Moscow for medical services or medical evaluation; assist with crew medical officer training in Star City, Russia and in the U.S., as required; provide medical monitoring for U.S. astronaut testing, medical evaluation and hazardous activities training in Russia, and support training and procedures development in the U.S.; provide medical inputs to JSC colleagues to assure optimal development and implementation of astronaut medical training for the ISS program; provide primary acute care in Russia to astronauts, NASA personnel and their dependents; work in Star City, Russia (ranging 2 months – 4 months),  and Johnson Space Center–Houston as required.

  •   Must have a degree in medicine (D.O. or M.D.) with ABMS-recognized board certification or eligibility in a clinical specialty.  Must be able to obtain an unrestricted Texas medical license, DEA and DPS within 6 months of hire
  •   Aerospace medicine residency (military or civilian) is desired
  •   Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident


Send inquiries and/or detailed resume to CPM.Jobs@utmb.edu or contact (409) 772-5845.
UTMB Health is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution which proudly values diversity.  Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
 



4. Aerospace Medicine Physician to work at Shaw AFB  in Columbia, SC
 
This opening is at a  world-class Military Health Facility.
 High compensation and  paid malpractice plus vacation packages are available, as well as continuing medical education reimbursement.
 Any State License Accepted.
 Current board certification in Aerospace Medicine is highly recommended  or a minimum of 3 years of U.S. military Flight Surgeon experience.
 Position will be all Outpatient; Monday through Friday with NO CALL.
 Average patient volume of 16-18 patients per day.
 Experience in: U.S. military medical standards to conduct special operational evaluations, including (but not limited to) PHA for flyers/special duty personnel, initial certification exams for flying/special duty applicants.
 Please contact Brenda Elder at Saratoga Medical Center at 304-842-6360 or via email at belder@saratogamed.com.
 



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