Job Fair & Classifieds

Job Fair and Classifieds

1. Job Title:  Supervisory Medical Officer (Aviation Medicine)
     Agency:   Federal Aviation Administration, Office of Aerospace Medicine,

  Civil Aerospace Medical Institute, Aerospace Medicine Certification Division

Want to make a difference? Have a desire to be an integral member of a team responsible for a critical element of the National Air Space?  Click here for additional information, including salary, benefits, and hiring requirements:

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.


2. Research Associate B
   Dartmouth College Department of Medicine is seeking a Post Doc to conduct research to maintain individuals during long-duration spaceflight, sustaining psychological wellbeing in isolated and confined environments. This includes work with computer-based psychological training and treatment programs as well as virtual reality. May also be involved with other ongoing lab projects. Please apply online at  Dartmouth College is an AA/EOE employer.

3. Professional Performance Development Group a leading service provider to the Federal Government is seeking highly qualified Aerospace Medicine Physicians to provide support to the Air Force Healthy and Performing Populations 2025, Clinical Support Team, at Wright Patterson AFB, OH.  This team will provide strategic support in the design, development, deployment, and evaluation of Air Force Health Care Systems.  Please contact Nicole Montez,, or call (210) 253-3829;

   Lukos, LLC, in support of the 711th Human Performance Wing and its components,  is seeking qualified candidates in the areas of Flight Surgeon, Aerospace Medicine Physicians, Aerospace Physiologists, Aviation Medical Examiners, Hyperbaric Physicians and Nurses, and other essential Aerospace Medical professionals to support contracts in Dayton, OH and San Antonio, TX. Lukos offers competitive pay and an exceptional benefits package.
   Please contact our recruiting team at


Aerospace Medicine and Family Practice Physicians Needed
  Argent Technologies is a service connected, disabled, veteran owned small business (SDVOSB) providing a broad range of staffing and management services in numerous industries including: Medical Services, Technical, Engineering, Management & Administration. Our growing company is seeking qualified Healthcare professionals in the areas of Aerospace, Family, Occupational & Internal Medicine, Psychiatry & Psychology. We offer Competitive Rates and Flexible Time Off. Contact Dr. Romie Richardson at OR Pamela Patton at for details.


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