Make medical breakthroughs behind the scenes.
There are now openings for Health Care Science specialists in America’s Navy Reserve.
Industry: Military, Health Care, Medicine, Research, R&D, Health Care Science, Aerospace Experimental Psychologist, Aerospace Physiologist, Biochemist, Entomologist, Environmental Health, Industrial Hygienist, Medical Technologist, Microbiologist, Research Physiologist, Radiation Health, Research Psychologist
Type of service: Part-time (Reserve Duty)
Type of position: Officer in the Navy Medical Service Corps (graduate degree required)
About this Job: Officers in the Navy Reserve working in any of the Health Care Sciences engage in hands-on research studies and development of guidelines and procedures specific to the unique situations encountered in Navy Medicine. Navy Health Care Science provides opportunities in 11 fields, including:
Key Opportunities: Navy Health Care Scientists enjoy all the resources needed to encourage progress, including well-funded studies and collaboration with some of the leading minds in medical research. Opportunities can go beyond traditional research, delving into areas not encountered by a civilian population. This allows scientists to have a direct impact on the well-being of hundreds or even thousands of lives. The unrivaled experience translates to outstanding career enhancements in a civilian setting.
- Aerospace Experimental Psychology
- Aerospace Physiology
- Environmental Health
- Industrial Hygiene
- Research Physiology
- Radiation Health
- Research Psychology
Qualifications and Requirements: Candidates must satisfy specific criteria to be eligible for employment consideration.
- Contribute to disaster relief and humanitarian outreach efforts
- Pursue opportunities not readily available in a civilian setting (i.e., in locations around the world)
- Acquire invaluable management experience as a medical leader (Medical Service Corps Officer)
- Receive potential financial incentives (availability of offers depends on specialty)
- Receive paid training and access to Navy-funded continuing education
Learn more about opportunities in Health Care Science in America’s Navy Reserve – including details on current offers, career advantages and specific qualifications required .
- U.S. citizenship: Required
- Education: Graduate degree in field of emphasis from approved college
- Licensing: Current licensure in one of the 50 states or the District of Columbia
- Gender: Male or female
- Age: 18 to 40
- Medical exam: Required
- Physical fitness test: Required
- Service commitment: Minimum of two years
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