Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps

The U.S. Army Medicine Civilian Corps is comprised of civilian healthcare professionals employed by the Federal Government. Civilian Corps employees serve our country by caring for Army service members but are not subject to military requirements such as "boot camp," military uniforms, or deployment.

U.S. Army Medicine Civilian Corps employees work closely alongside their military counterparts within the United States Army Medical Command (MEDCOM), a division of U.S. Army Medicine.  In clinics and hospitals across the world, they facilitate the care of active Army personnel, veterans, and their families.

Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Riley, KS 66442, USA
Jul 06, 2018
Full time
Radiology Technician: MRI Tech:    // WE'RE HIRING MRI TECHS \\    We have full time, part time + PRN opportunities available! We want what works for YOUR life.   BENEFITS. Full federal benefits package: very competitive pay, ample vacation + separate sick leave, relocation assistance, 5% investment matching, retirement, health, dental, vision, life + long term insurance, any state license works (no need to get a KS license!)   HEY, NEW GRADS! Are you recently graduated, graduating soon or have less than one full year of experience? We may have opportunities available. Please reach out to us and ask about our developmental positions.   HOW TO APPLY. To officially apply, please search for openings at Fort Riley, Kansas on USAJOBS.gov. Please also e-mail your resume + license to: usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     // WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT \\   We're an Army hospital located in Fort Riley, Kansas. An active duty Army instillation in Manhattan, Kansas - home to Kansas State University! We serve a population of nearly 50,000 active duty Soldiers, family members and retirees in the community. Irwin Army Community Hospital is located in Fort Riley, Kansas which is uniquely located in the rolling Flint Hills region of the Midwest. We are nestled between Junction City (pop.17,000) and Manhattan (pop. 57,000). The local area has an abundance of outdoor activities where you'll find unlimited opportunities to fish, hike, swim, and explore! Enjoy BigXII college sports and entertainment at Kansas State University in Manhattan; as well as a thriving night life and culinary experience. Experience travel simplified at the Manhattan Regional Airport. For international travel, Kansas City International Airport is only two hours away.   Manhattan has been recognized on the following lists for its quality of life:   No. 3 on a list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of the Top 10 Places to Retire (Money Magazine) One of the Top 50 College Towns in America (Best College Reviews) Top 10 Best Places to Retire Young (CNN Money) Top 100 Places to Live in America (Livability)   Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 47-bed hospital. It was designed with the latest medical engineering technology to deliver the best care to our Big Red One Soldiers and mission partners, their families and our retirees. The hospital was smartly built to accommodate an increase in patient capacity or future growth on Fort Riley. As of summer 2016, the hospital serves 49,426 eligible beneficiaries. On a typical day, it sees 1,594 clinical patients, fills 1,805 prescriptions, runs 1,587 laboratory procedures, performs 11 surgical cases, and delivers three babies.   The new hospital incorporates Evidence-Based Design which influences modern healthcare facility design to promote patient healing and staff well being. The L-shape design separates the inpatient care from the outpatient care clinics. The staff use their own hallways and elevators outside of the “L.” This frees up space for patients and visitors. The layout provides the shortest reasonable path from check-in to exam. It also eases the transition from one department to another should a patient require additional care. All reception areas in the outpatient side are in the atrium, giving a greater sense of openness. The atrium, or “glass wall,” lets in natural light and provides a passive solar heat in the cooler months while reducing it in hotter seasons. Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 1st Infantry Division with the opening of the new hospital in 2016.   Click here to read all about our new hospital.     WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ARMY CIVILIAN?   Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. As a civilian employee on #TeamIACH, you are a federal employee. You are not in the Army, you are not deployed, forced moved, and you don't wear a uniform. You'll work alongside our men and women in uniform who also serve as heathcare professionals.Click here to learn more about civilian government service.     WHEN YOU'RE ON #TEAMIACH, YOU EITHER TOUCH A PATIENT, OR ENABLE THOSE WHO DO.   JOIN THE TEAM, TODAY.   CONNECT WITH US. facebook.com/IACHcareers twitter.com/IACHcareers linkedin.com/in/IACHcareers iach.amedd.army.mil usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN MANHATTAN.  Visit the CVB website here.        LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN JUNCTION CITY. Visit the CVB website here.      
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Riley, KS 66442, USA
Jul 06, 2018
Full time
Radiology Technician: Ultrasound Tech:    // WE'RE HIRING ULTRASOUND TECHS \\    We have full time, part time + PRN opportunities available! We want what works for YOUR life.     BENEFITS. Full federal benefits package: very competitive pay, ample vacation + separate sick leave, relocation assistance, 5% investment matching, retirement, health, dental, vision, life + long term insurance, any state license works (no need to get a KS license!)   HEY, NEW GRADS! Are you recently graduated, graduating soon or have less than one full year of Ultrasound experience? We may have opportunities available. Please reach out to us and ask about our developmental positions.    HOW TO APPLY. To officially apply, please search for openings at Fort Riley, Kansas on USAJOBS.gov. Please also e-mail your resume + license to: usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     // WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT \\   We're an Army hospital located in Fort Riley, Kansas. An active duty Army instillation in Manhattan, Kansas - home to Kansas State University! We serve a population of nearly 50,000 active duty Soldiers, family members and retirees in the community. Irwin Army Community Hospital is located in Fort Riley, Kansas which is uniquely located in the rolling Flint Hills region of the Midwest. We are nestled between Junction City (pop.17,000) and Manhattan (pop. 57,000). The local area has an abundance of outdoor activities where you'll find unlimited opportunities to fish, hike, swim, and explore! Enjoy BigXII college sports and entertainment at Kansas State University in Manhattan; as well as a thriving night life and culinary experience. Experience travel simplified at the Manhattan Regional Airport. For international travel, Kansas City International Airport is only two hours away.   Manhattan has been recognized on the following lists for its quality of life:   No. 3 on a list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of the Top 10 Places to Retire (Money Magazine) One of the Top 50 College Towns in America (Best College Reviews) Top 10 Best Places to Retire Young (CNN Money) Top 100 Places to Live in America (Livability)   Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 47-bed hospital. It was designed with the latest medical engineering technology to deliver the best care to our Big Red One Soldiers and mission partners, their families and our retirees. The hospital was smartly built to accommodate an increase in patient capacity or future growth on Fort Riley. As of summer 2016, the hospital serves 49,426 eligible beneficiaries. On a typical day, it sees 1,594 clinical patients, fills 1,805 prescriptions, runs 1,587 laboratory procedures, performs 11 surgical cases, and delivers three babies.   The new hospital incorporates Evidence-Based Design which influences modern healthcare facility design to promote patient healing and staff well being. The L-shape design separates the inpatient care from the outpatient care clinics. The staff use their own hallways and elevators outside of the “L.” This frees up space for patients and visitors. The layout provides the shortest reasonable path from check-in to exam. It also eases the transition from one department to another should a patient require additional care. All reception areas in the outpatient side are in the atrium, giving a greater sense of openness. The atrium, or “glass wall,” lets in natural light and provides a passive solar heat in the cooler months while reducing it in hotter seasons. Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 1st Infantry Division with the opening of the new hospital in 2016.     WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ARMY CIVILIAN?   Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. As a civilian employee on #TeamIACH, you are a federal employee. You are not in the Army, you are not deployed, forced moved, and you don't wear a uniform. You'll work alongside our men and women in uniform who also serve as heathcare professionals.Click here to learn more about civilian government service.     WHEN YOU'RE ON #TEAMIACH, YOU EITHER TOUCH A PATIENT, OR ENABLE THOSE WHO DO.   JOIN THE TEAM, TODAY.   CONNECT WITH US. facebook.com/IACHcareers twitter.com/IACHcareers linkedin.com/in/IACHcareers iach.amedd.army.mil usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN MANHATTAN.  Visit the CVB website here.        LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN JUNCTION CITY. Visit the CVB website here.    
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Tacoma, WA, USA
Jul 06, 2018
Full time
Registered Nurse (CLINICAL/ONCOLOGY):- - - - Formulate care plan based upon assessment of each patient's physical performance status, psychosocial functioning, cultural/ethnic background, spiritual/religious beliefs, and cognitive status. - Educate patient and/or family members about their disease, treatments, and potential side effects/complications. - Administer complex chemotherapy drugs such as Southwest Oncology Group regimens, biological response modifiers, and monoclonal antibody therapy in accordance with prescribed protocols using various routes. - Communicate and collaborate with other staff members, health care providers, and inpatient units to maintain continuity of care. - Assist in training nurses, residents and students to care for oncology patients and acts as preceptor for nurses undergoing chemotherapy certification.
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Riley, KS 66442, USA
Jul 06, 2018
Full time
Registered Nurse; Periop / Operating Room:    // WE'RE HIRING PERIOP/OR REGISTERED NURSES \\    We have full time, part time + PRN opportunities available! We want what works for YOUR life.   PRIMARY CARE | MEDSURG | OBGYN | BEHAVIORAL HEALTH | PERIOP | OR | LABOR + DELIVERY | URGENT CARE | EMERGENCY ROOM   BENEFITS. Full federal benefits package: very competitive pay, ample vacation + separate sick leave, relocation assistance, student loan reimbursement opportunities, 5% investment matching, retirement, health, dental, vision, life + long term insurance, any state license works (no need to get a KS license!)   HEY, NEW GRADS! Are you recently graduated, graduating soon or have less than one full year of RN experience? We may have opportunities open! Reach out to us and ask about our developmental positions.    HOW TO APPLY. To officially apply, please search for openings at Fort Riley, Kansas on USAJOBS.gov. Please also e-mail your resume + license to: usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     // WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT \\   We're an Army hospital located in Fort Riley, Kansas. An active duty Army instillation in Manhattan, Kansas - home to Kansas State University! We serve a population of nearly 50,000 active duty Soldiers, family members and retirees in the community. Irwin Army Community Hospital is located in Fort Riley, Kansas which is uniquely located in the rolling Flint Hills region of the Midwest. We are nestled between Junction City (pop.17,000) and Manhattan (pop. 57,000). The local area has an abundance of outdoor activities where you'll find unlimited opportunities to fish, hike, swim, and explore! Enjoy BigXII college sports and entertainment at Kansas State University in Manhattan; as well as a thriving night life and culinary experience. Experience travel simplified at the Manhattan Regional Airport. For international travel, Kansas City International Airport is only two hours away.   Manhattan has been recognized on the following lists for its quality of life:   No. 3 on a list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of the Top 10 Places to Retire (Money Magazine) One of the Top 50 College Towns in America (Best College Reviews) Top 10 Best Places to Retire Young (CNN Money) Top 100 Places to Live in America (Livability)   Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 47-bed hospital. It was designed with the latest medical engineering technology to deliver the best care to our Big Red One Soldiers and mission partners, their families and our retirees. The hospital was smartly built to accommodate an increase in patient capacity or future growth on Fort Riley. As of summer 2016, the hospital serves 49,426 eligible beneficiaries. On a typical day, it sees 1,594 clinical patients, fills 1,805 prescriptions, runs 1,587 laboratory procedures, performs 11 surgical cases, and delivers three babies.   The new hospital incorporates Evidence-Based Design which influences modern healthcare facility design to promote patient healing and staff well being. The L-shape design separates the inpatient care from the outpatient care clinics. The staff use their own hallways and elevators outside of the “L.” This frees up space for patients and visitors. The layout provides the shortest reasonable path from check-in to exam. It also eases the transition from one department to another should a patient require additional care. All reception areas in the outpatient side are in the atrium, giving a greater sense of openness. The atrium, or “glass wall,” lets in natural light and provides a passive solar heat in the cooler months while reducing it in hotter seasons. Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 1st Infantry Division with the opening of the new hospital in 2016.     WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ARMY CIVILIAN?   Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. As a civilian employee on #TeamIACH, you are a federal employee. You are not in the Army, you are not deployed, forced moved, and you don't wear a uniform. You'll work alongside our men and women in uniform who also serve as heathcare professionals.Click here to learn more about civilian government service.     WHEN YOU'RE ON #TEAMIACH, YOU EITHER TOUCH A PATIENT, OR ENABLE THOSE WHO DO.   JOIN THE TEAM, TODAY.   CONNECT WITH US. facebook.com/IACHcareers twitter.com/IACHcareers linkedin.com/in/IACHcareers iach.amedd.army.mil usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN MANHATTAN.  Visit the CVB website here.        LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN JUNCTION CITY. Visit the CVB website here.      
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Riley, KS 66442, USA
Jul 06, 2018
Full time
Registered Nurse; Psychiatric / Behavioral Health:    // WE'RE HIRING REGISTERED NURSES \\    We have full time, part time + PRN opportunities available! We want what works for YOUR life.   PRIMARY CARE | MEDSURG | OBGYN | BEHAVIORAL HEALTH | LABOR + DELIVERY | URGENT CARE | EMERGENCY ROOM   BENEFITS. Full federal benefits package: very competitive pay, ample vacation + separate sick leave, relocation assistance, student loan reimbursement opportunities, 5% investment matching, retirement, health, dental, vision, life + long term insurance, any state license works (no need to get a KS license!)   HEY, NEW GRADS! Are you recently graduated, graduating soon or have less than one full year of RN experience? We may have opportunities open! Reach out to us and ask about our developmental positions.    HOW TO APPLY. To officially apply, please search for openings at Fort Riley, Kansas on USAJOBS.gov. Please also e-mail your resume + license to: usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     // WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT \\   We're an Army hospital located in Fort Riley, Kansas. An active duty Army instillation in Manhattan, Kansas - home to Kansas State University! We serve a population of nearly 50,000 active duty Soldiers, family members and retirees in the community. Irwin Army Community Hospital is located in Fort Riley, Kansas which is uniquely located in the rolling Flint Hills region of the Midwest. We are nestled between Junction City (pop.17,000) and Manhattan (pop. 57,000). The local area has an abundance of outdoor activities where you'll find unlimited opportunities to fish, hike, swim, and explore! Enjoy BigXII college sports and entertainment at Kansas State University in Manhattan; as well as a thriving night life and culinary experience. Experience travel simplified at the Manhattan Regional Airport. For international travel, Kansas City International Airport is only two hours away.   Manhattan has been recognized on the following lists for its quality of life:   No. 3 on a list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of the Top 10 Places to Retire (Money Magazine) One of the Top 50 College Towns in America (Best College Reviews) Top 10 Best Places to Retire Young (CNN Money) Top 100 Places to Live in America (Livability)   Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 47-bed hospital. It was designed with the latest medical engineering technology to deliver the best care to our Big Red One Soldiers and mission partners, their families and our retirees. The hospital was smartly built to accommodate an increase in patient capacity or future growth on Fort Riley. As of summer 2016, the hospital serves 49,426 eligible beneficiaries. On a typical day, it sees 1,594 clinical patients, fills 1,805 prescriptions, runs 1,587 laboratory procedures, performs 11 surgical cases, and delivers three babies.   The new hospital incorporates Evidence-Based Design which influences modern healthcare facility design to promote patient healing and staff well being. The L-shape design separates the inpatient care from the outpatient care clinics. The staff use their own hallways and elevators outside of the “L.” This frees up space for patients and visitors. The layout provides the shortest reasonable path from check-in to exam. It also eases the transition from one department to another should a patient require additional care. All reception areas in the outpatient side are in the atrium, giving a greater sense of openness. The atrium, or “glass wall,” lets in natural light and provides a passive solar heat in the cooler months while reducing it in hotter seasons. Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 1st Infantry Division with the opening of the new hospital in 2016.     WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ARMY CIVILIAN?   Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. As a civilian employee on #TeamIACH, you are a federal employee. You are not in the Army, you are not deployed, forced moved, and you don't wear a uniform. You'll work alongside our men and women in uniform who also serve as heathcare professionals.Click here to learn more about civilian government service.     WHEN YOU'RE ON #TEAMIACH, YOU EITHER TOUCH A PATIENT, OR ENABLE THOSE WHO DO.   JOIN THE TEAM, TODAY.   CONNECT WITH US. facebook.com/IACHcareers twitter.com/IACHcareers linkedin.com/in/IACHcareers iach.amedd.army.mil usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN MANHATTAN.  Visit the CVB website here.        LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN JUNCTION CITY. Visit the CVB website here.      
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Riley, KS 66442, USA
Jul 06, 2018
Full time
Registered Nurse; OBGYN / L+D:    // WE'RE HIRING OBGYN/L+D REGISTERED NURSES \\   PRIMARY CARE | MEDSURG | OBGYN | BEHAVIORAL HEALTH | PERIOP | OR | LABOR + DELIVERY | URGENT CARE | EMERGENCY ROOM   BENEFITS. Full federal benefits package: very competitive pay, ample vacation + separate sick leave, relocation assistance, student loan reimbursement opportunities, 5% investment matching, retirement, health, dental, vision, life + long term insurance, any state license works (no need to get a KS license!)   HEY, NEW GRADS! Are you recently graduated, graduating soon or have less than one full year of RN experience? We may have opportunities open! Reach out to us and ask about our developmental positions.    HOW TO APPLY. To officially apply, please search for openings at Fort Riley, Kansas on USAJOBS.gov. Please also e-mail your resume + license to: usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     // WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT \\   We're an Army hospital located in Fort Riley, Kansas. An active duty Army instillation in Manhattan, Kansas - home to Kansas State University! We serve a population of nearly 50,000 active duty Soldiers, family members and retirees in the community. Irwin Army Community Hospital is located in Fort Riley, Kansas which is uniquely located in the rolling Flint Hills region of the Midwest. We are nestled between Junction City (pop.17,000) and Manhattan (pop. 57,000). The local area has an abundance of outdoor activities where you'll find unlimited opportunities to fish, hike, swim, and explore! Enjoy BigXII college sports and entertainment at Kansas State University in Manhattan; as well as a thriving night life and culinary experience. Experience travel simplified at the Manhattan Regional Airport. For international travel, Kansas City International Airport is only two hours away.   Manhattan has been recognized on the following lists for its quality of life:   No. 3 on a list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of the Top 10 Places to Retire (Money Magazine) One of the Top 50 College Towns in America (Best College Reviews) Top 10 Best Places to Retire Young (CNN Money) Top 100 Places to Live in America (Livability)   Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 47-bed hospital. It was designed with the latest medical engineering technology to deliver the best care to our Big Red One Soldiers and mission partners, their families and our retirees. The hospital was smartly built to accommodate an increase in patient capacity or future growth on Fort Riley. As of summer 2016, the hospital serves 49,426 eligible beneficiaries. On a typical day, it sees 1,594 clinical patients, fills 1,805 prescriptions, runs 1,587 laboratory procedures, performs 11 surgical cases, and delivers three babies.   The new hospital incorporates Evidence-Based Design which influences modern healthcare facility design to promote patient healing and staff well being. The L-shape design separates the inpatient care from the outpatient care clinics. The staff use their own hallways and elevators outside of the “L.” This frees up space for patients and visitors. The layout provides the shortest reasonable path from check-in to exam. It also eases the transition from one department to another should a patient require additional care. All reception areas in the outpatient side are in the atrium, giving a greater sense of openness. The atrium, or “glass wall,” lets in natural light and provides a passive solar heat in the cooler months while reducing it in hotter seasons. Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 1st Infantry Division with the opening of the new hospital in 2016.     WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ARMY CIVILIAN?   Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. As a civilian employee on #TeamIACH, you are a federal employee. You are not in the Army, you are not deployed, forced moved, and you don't wear a uniform. You'll work alongside our men and women in uniform who also serve as heathcare professionals.Click here to learn more about civilian government service.     WHEN YOU'RE ON #TEAMIACH, YOU EITHER TOUCH A PATIENT, OR ENABLE THOSE WHO DO.   JOIN THE TEAM, TODAY.   CONNECT WITH US. facebook.com/IACHcareers twitter.com/IACHcareers linkedin.com/in/IACHcareers iach.amedd.army.mil usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN MANHATTAN.  Visit the CVB website here.        LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN JUNCTION CITY. Visit the CVB website here.    
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Riley, KS 66442, USA
Jul 06, 2018
Full time
Registered Nurse; Emergency Department:    // WE'RE HIRING EMERGENCY ROOM REGISTERED NURSES \\       PRIMARY CARE | MEDSURG | OBGYN | BEHAVIORAL HEALTH | PERIOP | OR | LABOR + DELIVERY | URGENT CARE | EMERGENCY ROOM   BENEFITS. Full federal benefits package: very competitive pay, ample vacation + separate sick leave, relocation assistance, student loan reimbursement opportunities, 5% investment matching, retirement, health, dental, vision, life + long term insurance, any state license works (no need to get a KS license!)   HEY, NEW GRADS! Are you recently graduated, graduating soon or have less than one full year of RN experience? We may have opportunities open! Reach out to us and ask about our developmental positions.    HOW TO APPLY. To officially apply, please search for openings at Fort Riley, Kansas on USAJOBS.gov. Please also e-mail your resume + license to: usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     // WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT \\   We're an Army hospital located in Fort Riley, Kansas. An active duty Army instillation in Manhattan, Kansas - home to Kansas State University! We serve a population of nearly 50,000 active duty Soldiers, family members and retirees in the community. Irwin Army Community Hospital is located in Fort Riley, Kansas which is uniquely located in the rolling Flint Hills region of the Midwest. We are nestled between Junction City (pop.17,000) and Manhattan (pop. 57,000). The local area has an abundance of outdoor activities where you'll find unlimited opportunities to fish, hike, swim, and explore! Enjoy BigXII college sports and entertainment at Kansas State University in Manhattan; as well as a thriving night life and culinary experience. Experience travel simplified at the Manhattan Regional Airport. For international travel, Kansas City International Airport is only two hours away.   Manhattan has been recognized on the following lists for its quality of life:   No. 3 on a list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of the Top 10 Places to Retire (Money Magazine) One of the Top 50 College Towns in America (Best College Reviews) Top 10 Best Places to Retire Young (CNN Money) Top 100 Places to Live in America (Livability)   Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 47-bed hospital. It was designed with the latest medical engineering technology to deliver the best care to our Big Red One Soldiers and mission partners, their families and our retirees. The hospital was smartly built to accommodate an increase in patient capacity or future growth on Fort Riley. As of summer 2016, the hospital serves 49,426 eligible beneficiaries. On a typical day, it sees 1,594 clinical patients, fills 1,805 prescriptions, runs 1,587 laboratory procedures, performs 11 surgical cases, and delivers three babies.   The new hospital incorporates Evidence-Based Design which influences modern healthcare facility design to promote patient healing and staff well being. The L-shape design separates the inpatient care from the outpatient care clinics. The staff use their own hallways and elevators outside of the “L.” This frees up space for patients and visitors. The layout provides the shortest reasonable path from check-in to exam. It also eases the transition from one department to another should a patient require additional care. All reception areas in the outpatient side are in the atrium, giving a greater sense of openness. The atrium, or “glass wall,” lets in natural light and provides a passive solar heat in the cooler months while reducing it in hotter seasons. Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 1st Infantry Division with the opening of the new hospital in 2016.     WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ARMY CIVILIAN?   Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. As a civilian employee on #TeamIACH, you are a federal employee. You are not in the Army, you are not deployed, forced moved, and you don't wear a uniform. You'll work alongside our men and women in uniform who also serve as heathcare professionals.Click here to learn more about civilian government service.     WHEN YOU'RE ON #TEAMIACH, YOU EITHER TOUCH A PATIENT, OR ENABLE THOSE WHO DO.   JOIN THE TEAM, TODAY.   CONNECT WITH US. facebook.com/IACHcareers twitter.com/IACHcareers linkedin.com/in/IACHcareers iach.amedd.army.mil usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN MANHATTAN.  Visit the CVB website here.        LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN JUNCTION CITY. Visit the CVB website here.      
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Tacoma, WA, USA
Jul 06, 2018
Full time
Registered Nurse (CLINICAL/ONCOLOGY):- - Plan, coordinate, educate patients and families, and deliver health care to oncology patients. - Administer intravenous (IV) push chemotherapy to selected inpatients through a variety of venous access devices, document medication effectiveness and assists staff in the delivery of complex and/or problematic chemotherapy. - Provide case management for the most complex oncology patients to assess, monitor and evaluate care, i.e., chemotoxicities, comorbidities, and psychosocial issues. - Maintain current knowledge of cancer research and the latest health issues, serve as the resource person for professionals related to care and treatment of cancer, and elevate research to develop evidence-based procedures or protocols. - Serve as an oncology nursing consultant/subject matter expert.  
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Riley, KS 66442, USA
Jul 06, 2018
Full time
Registered Nurse; Supervisor:    // WE'RE HIRING SUPERVISORY REGISTERED NURSES \\    We have full time, part time + PRN opportunities available! We want what works for YOUR life.   PRIMARY CARE | MEDSURG | OBGYN | LABOR + DELIVERY | PERIOP | URGENT CARE | EMERGENCY ROOM   BENEFITS. Full federal benefits package: very competitive pay, ample vacation + separate sick leave, relocation assistance, student loan reimbursement opportunities, 5% investment matching, retirement, health, dental, vision, life + long term insurance, any state license works (no need to get a KS license!)   HEY, NEW GRADS! Are you recently graduated, graduating soon or have less than one full year of RN experience? We may have opportunities open! Reach out to us and ask about our developmental positions.    HOW TO APPLY. To officially apply, please search for openings at Fort Riley, Kansas on USAJOBS.gov. Please also e-mail your resume + license to: usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     // WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT \\   We're an Army hospital located in Fort Riley, Kansas. An active duty Army instillation in Manhattan, Kansas - home to Kansas State University! We serve a population of nearly 50,000 active duty Soldiers, family members and retirees in the community. Irwin Army Community Hospital is located in Fort Riley, Kansas which is uniquely located in the rolling Flint Hills region of the Midwest. We are nestled between Junction City (pop.17,000) and Manhattan (pop. 57,000). The local area has an abundance of outdoor activities where you'll find unlimited opportunities to fish, hike, swim, and explore! Enjoy BigXII college sports and entertainment at Kansas State University in Manhattan; as well as a thriving night life and culinary experience. Experience travel simplified at the Manhattan Regional Airport. For international travel, Kansas City International Airport is only two hours away.   Manhattan has been recognized on the following lists for its quality of life:   No. 3 on a list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of the Top 10 Places to Retire (Money Magazine) One of the Top 50 College Towns in America (Best College Reviews) Top 10 Best Places to Retire Young (CNN Money) Top 100 Places to Live in America (Livability)   Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 47-bed hospital. It was designed with the latest medical engineering technology to deliver the best care to our Big Red One Soldiers and mission partners, their families and our retirees. The hospital was smartly built to accommodate an increase in patient capacity or future growth on Fort Riley. As of summer 2016, the hospital serves 49,426 eligible beneficiaries. On a typical day, it sees 1,594 clinical patients, fills 1,805 prescriptions, runs 1,587 laboratory procedures, performs 11 surgical cases, and delivers three babies.   The new hospital incorporates Evidence-Based Design which influences modern healthcare facility design to promote patient healing and staff well being. The L-shape design separates the inpatient care from the outpatient care clinics. The staff use their own hallways and elevators outside of the “L.” This frees up space for patients and visitors. The layout provides the shortest reasonable path from check-in to exam. It also eases the transition from one department to another should a patient require additional care. All reception areas in the outpatient side are in the atrium, giving a greater sense of openness. The atrium, or “glass wall,” lets in natural light and provides a passive solar heat in the cooler months while reducing it in hotter seasons. Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 1st Infantry Division with the opening of the new hospital in 2016.     WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ARMY CIVILIAN?   Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. As a civilian employee on #TeamIACH, you are a federal employee. You are not in the Army, you are not deployed, forced moved, and you don't wear a uniform. You'll work alongside our men and women in uniform who also serve as heathcare professionals.Click here to learn more about civilian government service.     WHEN YOU'RE ON #TEAMIACH, YOU EITHER TOUCH A PATIENT, OR ENABLE THOSE WHO DO.   JOIN THE TEAM, TODAY.   CONNECT WITH US. facebook.com/IACHcareers twitter.com/IACHcareers linkedin.com/in/IACHcareers iach.amedd.army.mil usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN MANHATTAN.  Visit the CVB website here.        LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN JUNCTION CITY. Visit the CVB website here.      
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Rucker, AL, USA
Jul 06, 2018
Full time
SUPERVISORY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST:1. Analyzes, and oversees the ancillary services performance improvement (PI) program including waive test (WT) sites. Is responsible for the efficiency of all analyses and testing performed in the sections to include specimen handling and reporting of results. Evaluates and modifies existing tests, adopts approved new methods based on extensive evaluation studies, revises standard operating procedures (SOPs) thus improving overall quality and procedure. Works to enhance the processes, such as designing and updating the laboratory's PI SOP, quality control (QC) worksheets, maintenance forms, and other tools. Develops, conducts, and maintains the PI program guaranteeing compliance with CAP, JCAHO, and other accrediting agencies. Receives, documents, and distributes external proficiency testing programs, exception reports, and internal QC documents. Prepares, assembles, and presents essential reports and other quality documents regarding the laboratory's PI program. Designs and maintains QC references for compliance with regulatory agency and laboratory needs. Designs and implements technical and administrative programs, possesses the knowledge for test methods and managerial standards and techniques needed for coordinating the activities and services of laboratory components. Assures records and equipment are maintained, quality control procedures are performed, and reports of results and work operations are completed correctly. Ensures regulatory agency policies and rules are followed. 65% 2. Supervises all civilian and military personnel assigned to the Laboratory Department. Establishes work schedules and tours of duty to ensure adequate staffing for anticipated workloads. Monitors and evaluates employee performance and makes recommendations for awards and disciplinary actions as appropriate. Approves or disapproves requests for leave. Performs hiring interviews and makes selections for both contract and civilian employees. Identifies training needs and ensures personnel receive necessary training. Oversees all WT sites ensuring that nursing staff assigned are successfully orientated, trained, and competency tested by a laboratory technologist. Identifies financial, personnel, and material needs/problems and recommends solutions thus keeping a sound organization structure.
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Bragg, NC, USA
Jul 06, 2018
Full time
Physician Assistant ( Orthopedics):As a Physician Assistant (Orthopedic) your duties will include, but are not limited to:           - Provide diagnostic and therapeutic medical care and services on a routine, walk-in, emergency basis and/or for scheduled appointments. - Assess patients referred to the Orthopedic Clinic by reviewing medical records, interpreting radiographs and performing the appropriate musculoskeletal evaluation. - Order routine laboratory tests, imaging studies (to include X-rays, MRI's, bone scans, CT scans) and interpret results. - Assist orthopedic surgeon in the Operating Room with both major and minor surgical procedures. - Refer patients with complex/unresolved conditions to supervising physician or specialty/sub-specialty clinics as applies, or if indicated for other reasons.
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Riley, KS 66442, USA
Jul 06, 2018
Full time
Physician Assistant; Orthopedic:    // WE'RE HIRING ORTHOPEDIC PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS \\    We have full time, part time + PRN opportunities available! We want what works for YOUR life.   TO QUALIFY, YOU MUST BE SPECIALTY TRAINED IN ORTHOPEDICS.   BENEFITS. Full federal benefits package: very competitive pay, ample vacation + separate sick leave, relocation assistance, malpractice, student loan reimbursement opportunities, 5% investment matching, retirement, health, dental, vision, life + long term insurance, any state license works (no need to get a KS license!)   HEY, NEW GRADS! Are you recently graduated, graduating soon or have less than one full year of experience? WE STILL WANT YOU! :) Please reach out to us!   HOW TO APPLY. To officially apply, please search for openings at Fort Riley, Kansas on USAJOBS.gov. Please also e-mail your resume + license to: usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     // WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT \\   We're an Army hospital located in Fort Riley, Kansas. An active duty Army instillation in Manhattan, Kansas - home to Kansas State University! We serve a population of nearly 50,000 active duty Soldiers, family members and retirees in the community. Irwin Army Community Hospital is located in Fort Riley, Kansas which is uniquely located in the rolling Flint Hills region of the Midwest. We are nestled between Junction City (pop.17,000) and Manhattan (pop. 57,000). The local area has an abundance of outdoor activities where you'll find unlimited opportunities to fish, hike, swim, and explore! Enjoy BigXII college sports and entertainment at Kansas State University in Manhattan; as well as a thriving night life and culinary experience. Experience travel simplified at the Manhattan Regional Airport. For international travel, Kansas City International Airport is only two hours away.   Manhattan has been recognized on the following lists for its quality of life:   No. 3 on a list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of the Top 10 Places to Retire (Money Magazine) One of the Top 50 College Towns in America (Best College Reviews) Top 10 Best Places to Retire Young (CNN Money) Top 100 Places to Live in America (Livability)   Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 47-bed hospital. It was designed with the latest medical engineering technology to deliver the best care to our Big Red One Soldiers and mission partners, their families and our retirees. The hospital was smartly built to accommodate an increase in patient capacity or future growth on Fort Riley. As of summer 2016, the hospital serves 49,426 eligible beneficiaries. On a typical day, it sees 1,594 clinical patients, fills 1,805 prescriptions, runs 1,587 laboratory procedures, performs 11 surgical cases, and delivers three babies.   The new hospital incorporates Evidence-Based Design which influences modern healthcare facility design to promote patient healing and staff well being. The L-shape design separates the inpatient care from the outpatient care clinics. The staff use their own hallways and elevators outside of the “L.” This frees up space for patients and visitors. The layout provides the shortest reasonable path from check-in to exam. It also eases the transition from one department to another should a patient require additional care. All reception areas in the outpatient side are in the atrium, giving a greater sense of openness. The atrium, or “glass wall,” lets in natural light and provides a passive solar heat in the cooler months while reducing it in hotter seasons. Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 1st Infantry Division with the opening of the new hospital in 2016.   Click here to read all about our new hospital.     WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ARMY CIVILIAN?   Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. As a civilian employee on #TeamIACH, you are a federal employee. You are not in the Army, you are not deployed, forced moved, and you don't wear a uniform. You'll work alongside our men and women in uniform who also serve as heathcare professionals.Click here to learn more about civilian government service.     WHEN YOU'RE ON #TEAMIACH, YOU EITHER TOUCH A PATIENT, OR ENABLE THOSE WHO DO.   JOIN THE TEAM, TODAY.   CONNECT WITH US. facebook.com/IACHcareers twitter.com/IACHcareers linkedin.com/in/IACHcareers iach.amedd.army.mil usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN MANHATTAN.  Visit the CVB website here.        LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN JUNCTION CITY. Visit the CVB website here.      
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Riley, KS 66442, USA
Jul 06, 2018
Full time
Physician Assistant:    // WE'RE HIRING PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS \\     BENEFITS. Full federal benefits package: very competitive pay, ample vacation + separate sick leave, relocation assistance, malpractice, student loan reimbursement opportunities, 5% investment matching, retirement, health, dental, vision, life + long term insurance, any state license works (no need to get a KS license!)     HOW TO APPLY. To officially apply, please search for openings at Fort Riley, Kansas on USAJOBS.gov. Please also e-mail your resume + license to: usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     // WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT \\   We're an Army hospital located in Fort Riley, Kansas. An active duty Army instillation in Manhattan, Kansas - home to Kansas State University! We serve a population of nearly 50,000 active duty Soldiers, family members and retirees in the community. Irwin Army Community Hospital is located in Fort Riley, Kansas which is uniquely located in the rolling Flint Hills region of the Midwest. We are nestled between Junction City (pop.17,000) and Manhattan (pop. 57,000). The local area has an abundance of outdoor activities where you'll find unlimited opportunities to fish, hike, swim, and explore! Enjoy BigXII college sports and entertainment at Kansas State University in Manhattan; as well as a thriving night life and culinary experience. Experience travel simplified at the Manhattan Regional Airport. For international travel, Kansas City International Airport is only two hours away.   Manhattan has been recognized on the following lists for its quality of life:   No. 3 on a list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of the Top 10 Places to Retire (Money Magazine) One of the Top 50 College Towns in America (Best College Reviews) Top 10 Best Places to Retire Young (CNN Money) Top 100 Places to Live in America (Livability)   Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 47-bed hospital. It was designed with the latest medical engineering technology to deliver the best care to our Big Red One Soldiers and mission partners, their families and our retirees. The hospital was smartly built to accommodate an increase in patient capacity or future growth on Fort Riley. As of summer 2016, the hospital serves 49,426 eligible beneficiaries. On a typical day, it sees 1,594 clinical patients, fills 1,805 prescriptions, runs 1,587 laboratory procedures, performs 11 surgical cases, and delivers three babies.   The new hospital incorporates Evidence-Based Design which influences modern healthcare facility design to promote patient healing and staff well being. The L-shape design separates the inpatient care from the outpatient care clinics. The staff use their own hallways and elevators outside of the “L.” This frees up space for patients and visitors. The layout provides the shortest reasonable path from check-in to exam. It also eases the transition from one department to another should a patient require additional care. All reception areas in the outpatient side are in the atrium, giving a greater sense of openness. The atrium, or “glass wall,” lets in natural light and provides a passive solar heat in the cooler months while reducing it in hotter seasons. Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 1st Infantry Division with the opening of the new hospital in 2016.   Click here to read all about our new hospital.     WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ARMY CIVILIAN?   Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. As a civilian employee on #TeamIACH, you are a federal employee. You are not in the Army, you are not deployed, forced moved, and you don't wear a uniform. You'll work alongside our men and women in uniform who also serve as heathcare professionals.Click here to learn more about civilian government service.     WHEN YOU'RE ON #TEAMIACH, YOU EITHER TOUCH A PATIENT, OR ENABLE THOSE WHO DO.   JOIN THE TEAM, TODAY.   CONNECT WITH US. facebook.com/IACHcareers twitter.com/IACHcareers linkedin.com/in/IACHcareers iach.amedd.army.mil usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN MANHATTAN.  Visit the CVB website here.        LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN JUNCTION CITY. Visit the CVB website here.    
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Tongduchon
Jul 06, 2018
Full time
Physical Therapist (Pediatric): Screening and Evaluation Services: Utilize professional diagnostic and therapeutic techniques to perform screening and evaluation of infant/toddler level of development in motor functioning, identify sensory difficulties which may be impacting attainment of milestones and appropriate functional independence. Coordinates Child Find activities to ensure that infants and toddlers with special needs are identified and referred for evaluation. Consults with MTF referral sources, service providers, day care workers and others who interact with children and their families. Coordinates and participates in the comprehensive family-centered assessment of the resources, priorities, and concerns of the family and identification of the support services necessary to enhance the family’s capacity to meet the needs of the eligible infant or toddler and his/her family. Conducts family interviews and selects, administers, scores, and interprets individually appropriate developmental assessment measures to determine children's present level of development. Collects data from other EDIS team members and or other agencies involved in the evaluation process. Discusses assessment results with parents and provides written and oral reports of evaluation and provides feedback to referral sources. Participates in an interdisciplinary team, including the parents, in the development of Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP), ensuring that the IFSP is completed in a timely manner and is updated at least every six months. Participates in public awareness activities to include providing information on early identification of infants and toddlers with disabilities and the available resources/services within the community.   Intervention Services: Implements a family-centered approach to services that supports and fosters confidence and competence in families. Provides routines-based early intervention services to infants and/or toddlers and their families in homes, child care centers, or other settings identified in the IFSP. Delivers services consistent with professional licensure, and program guidance and philosophy. Consults with and provides technical assistance to other early intervention team members and agencies (e.g., day care services etc). Ensures that meetings are scheduled at a time convenient for the parents and all required team members participating in the plan. Ensures that services specified in the IFSP are obtained and delivered. Ensures that meetings are conducted to transition children from the EIP to preschool services or other programs as needed. Maintains appropriate ongoing contact with families to identify and respond to changes in family or child needs. Coordinates services across agency lines for infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families. Informs families of their due process rights provided under Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and applicable DoD regulations. Maintains all documentation of services and completes data entry, as required, in the Special Needs Program Management Information System (SNPMIS).   Service Coordination and Education: Serves as a member of an interdisciplinary team (often as the Primary Provider) to develop an appropriate IFSP for an infant/toddler and family. Provides service coordination for families and acts as liaison to school-based or other community-based service delivery programs. Initiates appropriate contacts and prepares reports, letters, and documents as required. Conducts training for other EDIS team members, community groups, and MTF personnel. Participates in the Inter-component Coordinating Council (ICC), as required. Keeps current with developments in the field of early intervention and pertinent professional subject matter. Maintains current professional licensure and certification. Maintains current knowledge in the field of pediatric occupational therapy and participates in EDIS-related continuing education training conferences.
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps West Point, NY, USA
Jul 06, 2018
Full time
Supervisory Nurse (Clinical/Perioperative):As a Supervisory Nurse (Clinical/Perioperative) you will:   - Supervise and direct all perioperative nursing care activities of the Operating Rooms (OR) and Central Materiel Supply Services (CMS). -   Supervise 19 Military and Civilian RN’s, LPN’s and Technicians insuring staff participation in appropriate professional development, readiness training, technical training and annual requirements. - Monitors the execution of a multi-million dollar perioperative supply and capital equipment budget. - Serves on Department of Surgery, Patient Safety, Joint Commission and other hospital-wide committees as directed. -   As section supervisor uses management skills to identify, distribute and balance workload and tasks among personnel based on their competency level and experience. -   Make adjustment to assignments to accomplish work in accordance with established priorities to ensure timely, accomplishment of tasks and procedures. -   Monitors and reports on status and progress of work; reviews completed work to insure supervisor's instructions on work priorities, methods, quality and deadlines have been met. -   Resolves simple, informal complaints of employees, patients and other interdisciplinary team members and refers issues to supervisors or appropriate management person as appropriate. -   Report to Chief, Department of Surgery. - Provides direction and training to Nursing Assistants, Surgical Technologists, Licensed Practical Nurses, Registered Nurses, professional and paraprofessional nursing students in simple to complex, state-of-the-art surgical procedures. - Collaborates with surgeons in one or more surgical services to assess, coordinate, plan and implement the newest approaches and practices in order to deliver efficient, cost effective surgical care for the beneficiary population. - As Head Nurse of a surgical service(s) orders and replenishes necessary equipment, instruments and supplies used in one or more highly specialized surgical services.    
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Colorado Springs, CO, USA
Jul 06, 2018
Full time
Physician Assistant:As a Physician Assistant at Ft. Carson your duties will include, but are not limited to: - Perform initial patient work-up to assess patient care and/or treatment. - Provide urgent primary care and/or preventive services to healthy individuals. - Collaborate with physicians regarding patient management and/or revision of therapeutic plans. - Determine the need for additional tests, such as laboratory tests and xerography (x-rays), to complete patient assessment. - Discriminate between abnormal and normal findings to recognize early stages of physical, emotional, and/or mental problems.
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Yongsan - Seoul, Korea
Jul 06, 2018
Full time
Physical Therapist (Physical Therapy Early Intervention (EI) and Medical Related Services (MRS): As a Serves as Physical Therapist (PT) for the Educational and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS) program you will provides Early Intervention Services (EIS) to infants/toddlers birth to three years and their families who are eligible for early intervention under Department of Defense criteria; and/or Related Services (RS) to children ages 3-21 years in support of the DoD Educational Activity (DoDEA) special education program. Clients may include infants, toddlers and/or school aged children with moderate to severe physical, developmental, behavioral, and/or learning disabilities; neuromuscular and motor dysfunction; cognitive delays; speech and language difficulties; and social/emotional disorders. EIS provides a family-centered approach to services that supports and fosters confidence and competence in families to meet their child’s developmental needs through a parent support and education model. RS supports and assists students to benefit from their school based special education program, recommending assistive technology and support services to promote gait and mobility (which may include splinting and/or orthotics), muscle strength, joint range of motion, and activities of daily living. 1. Child Find, Screening and Evaluation Services: Analyses the local community to establish and implement activities to identify children in the local EDIS Area of Responsibility (AOR) who may require early intervention services (EIS). Coordinates and participates in Child Find activities with community agencies (e.g., DoD child development centers, MTF’s, DoD family support services) and the DoD school system to ensure infants and toddlers with special needs are identified and referred for evaluation, and school-aged children are referred for possible special education eligibility and services. Participate in the Area of Responsibility (AOR) EDIS public awareness program to include providing information on early identification of infants, toddlers and children with disabilities. Provides education to promote available resources/services within the community. Utilizes professional diagnostic and therapeutic techniques to perform screening and evaluation of infant and toddler functional developmental abilities and child/student motor functioning. Administers pediatric assessment tools to include, but not limited to: Peabody Developmental Motor Scale: Battelle Developmental Inventory-2; Bayley Scales of Infant Development; Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency; and School Functional Assessment. Student assessment includes subjective evaluation processes such as parent and teacher interviews and medical records review. Evaluate referred children/students who may have complex medical diagnosis (e.g., for early intervention or educational eligibility) and treatment planning. For EIS, Utilizes the Routines-Based Interview (RBI) to conduct a comprehensive family-centered assessment of the resources, priorities, and concerns of the family-centered assessment of the resources, priorities, and concerns of the family and identification of the supports and services required to enhance the family’s capacity to meet the needs of the eligible infant or toddler. Conducts family interviews and selects, administers, scores, and interprets individually appropriate developmental assessments to determine children's present level of development. Collects data from other team members and agencies involved in the evaluation process to obtain an authentic assessment of the child’s functional skills and abilities within the family environment and day-to-day routines/activities. Discusses assessment results with parents and provides written and oral evaluation reports. and provides evaluation feedback to referral sources. For RS, independently evaluates referred students educational need for physical therapy based on school concerns and student assessment. The PT conducts functional assessments in the areas of gross motor skills, balance, postural control and endurance; strength, range of motion; muscle tone, gait and mobility, and reflex status. Evaluations and assessments are in response to a DoDEA request for EDIS evaluation in support of the child’s special education program. The PT makes appropriate educational recommendations to the Case Study Committee (CSC). Special education eligibility and the need for PT are determined by the CSC team which is inter-disciplinary/inter-agency and includes the Family and the EDIS provider. 30% 2. Intervention Services: For EIS, Collaborates in an interdisciplinary team, including the parents, for the development of an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP), that utilizes information from the RBI to identify child and family outcomes (goals), ensuring the IFSP is completed in a timely manner and is reviewed/updated at least every six months. Provides EIS to infants and/or toddlers and their families in natural environments including the home, child care center, or other community settings as identified in the IFSP. Develops and adapts intervention strategies to each Family (e.g., implement the use of assistive devices, orthotics/splints), and adapt the environment (e.g., seating, toys) to promote play and exploration and optimize the child’s functional development (e.g., ability to meet their own needs, develop positive social-emotional relationships, acquire and use knowledge and skills). Incorporates strategies into daily routines, utilizing resources readily available within the Family environment. Delivers intervention services consistent with credentials and licensure, program guidance and philosophy. Provides consultation and technical assistance to other early intervention team members and agencies within the AOR (e.g., Child Development Services, etc.). Ensures services specified in the IFSP are delivered in accordance with requirements and designed to meet the identified goals. Ensures the development of plans to effectively transition children from the EIS to preschool services or other programs as children turn 3 years old or families move to new communities. Maintains appropriate ongoing contact with families to detect and respond to changes in family or child needs and adapts the IFSP to meet changing child and family needs and priorities. Coordinates services across agency lines for infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families. Informs families of their due process rights provided under Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and applicable DoD regulations. Provide families with the knowledge, skills and support they require to meet and advocate for the needs and rights of their child in all settings. For RS, in conjunction with the family and school personnel, contribute to the development of the Individualized Education Program (IEP) based on professional knowledge and subject matter expertise, establish short and long-term achievement goals. Based on the analysis of the child’s gross motor, neuromuscular, psychosocial and cognitive functioning; plan, discuss and implement appropriate treatment using advanced intervention techniques. Attend CSC meetings and provide ongoing consultation with inter-disciplinary/inter-agency team members that impact the student’s program. Coordinates delivery of the student’s PT services with teacher and school staff. Coordinate on specific program strategies and methodologies based on the decisions of the CSC IEP team to ensure services of the greatest benefit to the student. Monitors the student’s performance and progress, making appropriate recommendations for IEP modifications to the CSC team as indicated. Provides direct therapy, consultation, environmental modifications and classroom support as required by the IEP. Utilizes clinical observation skills of student functioning in areas such as mobility (ability to move in the educational setting), balance and postural security; muscle tone, reflexes, strength, range of motion, behavioral/cognitive components (attention span, following directions, memory), and application/use of orthotics/splints. Formulates intervention based on the individual's needs, using a wide variety of treatment modalities (e.g., therapeutic activities, exercises, and games) designed for each child's disability and interest. Provides instruction to parents, classroom teachers, and other professionals to support consistency and generalization of skills across settings. Monitor and assess student and program requirements to refine and develop new approaches to care within the specialty area. Both EIS and RS, independently maintains documentation of all services, completes data entry in the government automated system for capturing data and documentation of services to children with special needs. 3. Service Coordination and Education: For EIS, the incumbent serves as a member of an interdisciplinary team (frequently as the Primary Provider) to develop an appropriate IFSP and deliver services for an infant/toddler and their family. Serves as service coordinator for assigned families and as liaison to school-based or other community-based service delivery programs. Responsible for driving to client homes, day care centers, schools, or other community or natural settings to deliver services. Initiates appropriate contacts and prepares reports, letters, and documents as required. Participates in the Army EDIS Comprehensive System of Personnel Development (CSPD). Completes required CSPD training modules toward certification of competence as an early interventionist. Participates in the Local Intercomponent Coordinating Council (LICC) to facilitate the development of community resources and programs that enhance the quality of life for families of children with special needs. Both EI and RS: Keep current with developments in the pertinent subject matter for practice and licensure. Refine programs and develop new approaches and programs within the specialty area; review evaluation and treatment practices and modify practice as needed. Identify and develop process improvement activities; read current professional publications or journals and participate in continuing education conferences. Participate in MTF training and continuing education programs for the EDIS team, hospital personnel, DoDEA and the community. Maintain current professional licensure and credentials.
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Bragg, NC, USA
Jul 06, 2018
Full time
Physician Assistant ( Family Practice):You will perform duties such as: - Examine patients and determine the need for and orders laboratory tests, X-rays, physician consultation and other procedures necessary to complete assessment of the patient. - Discriminate between normal and abnormal findings in the history, physical exam, laboratory and radiology results. - Perform initial patient work-up by securing a health and medical history from the patient or family members and records findings. - Make clinical decisions and diagnoses disease, illness or injury and works collaboratively with the physician in providing patient care, management and revision of therapeutic plans. - Provide a full range of emergency services or crises interventions in the absence of the physician, including life-saving emergency procedures in order to stabilize a patient within the scope of practice and approved protocols.
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Rucker, AL, USA
Jul 06, 2018
Full time
MEDICAL OFFICER (AVIATION MEDICINE): 1. Provides medical supervision to health care delivery personnel assigned to the Aviation Medicine clinics. This includes allied health professionals and enlisted medical specialists assigned to the services. Provides medical supervision for the coordination of care obtained from outside civilian and non-civilian hospitals/nursing homes. Plans work, preparing schedules and establishing priorities. Assigns work based on priorities, selective consideration of difficulty and requirements of case and capabilities of subordinate staff. Evaluates performance of assigned personnel, providing advice, counsel or instruction to individuals on both work performance and administrative matters. Identifies developmental and training needs of staff. 35% 2. Provides routine care for chronic medical problems within scope of practice and scope of care for the Aviation Medicine Department. Care is generally rendered in the outpatient clinics on a scheduled basis, but, to meet patient needs, they may need to be walked in or added to the physician's schedule. Provides care, advice and referral coordination via telephone and e-mail as appropriate. Meets targets for productivity established for the department. Performs military specific medical tasks, including (but not limited to) periodic physical exams, temporary and permanent profiles, fitness-for-duty evaluations, medical boards, flight physicals and aeromedical summaries. Performs procedures within scope of practice and scope of care for the Aviation Medicine Department. Physician must have or willing to be trained to attain a working knowledge of computer systems which are required in the performance of daily tasks (Composite Health Care System (CHCS), Microsoft Access). Provides diagnostic, preventive and therapeutic services to patients primarily in the Aviation Medicine. As a physician, is responsible for examining, diagnosing, and prescribing courses of treatment in cases of illness and injuries. Subject to provide on-call coverage as needed in support of Aviation Medicine Department and his specialty service. Duties require incumbent to be board eligible in Aviation Medicine or Family Practice, Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certified, and be able to perform said protocols outlined therein in a manner which is unsupervised. Incumbent must also be able to communicate those skills and knowledge to other health professionals and paraprofessionals in time of need. 35% 3. Manages the medical aspects of the Aviation Safety Program by conducting lectures and classes for aviation personnel, conducting flight line inspections, observing, examining and treating patients under flight conditions and supervising the fitting and use of personnel safety equipment. Initiates accident investigations to include duties as medical officer on accident investigation/flight safety boards. Serves as flight surgeon on call with duties including above mentioned accident investigation, to include irregular hours such as weekends, nights, and/or holidays as deemed appropriate. 20% 4. Must understand the medical mission necessary to support the United States Army Aeromedical Center and Fort Rucker. Works closely with the Performance Improvement Program to reduce patient complaints and enhance the image of medical services available. Coordinates with ancillary care areas, i.e. Radiology, Pathology, Pharmacy, Nutritional Care, Rehabilitation Services and Occupational Health. Participates in training courses at the hospital as a participant and/or instructor. 5% Performs other duties as assigned.
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Riley, KS 66442, USA
Jul 06, 2018
Full time
Nurse; Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN):     // WE'RE HIRING LPNs \\    We have full time, part time + PRN opportunities available! We want what works for YOUR life.     BENEFITS. Full federal benefits package: very competitive pay, ample vacation + separate sick leave, relocation assistance, student loan reimbursement opportunities, 5% investment matching, retirement, health, dental, vision, life + long term insurance, any state license works (no need to get a KS license!)   HEY, NEW GRADS! Are you recently graduated, graduating soon or have less than one full year of LPN experience? WE STILL WANT YOU! :) Please reach out to us!   HOW TO APPLY. To officially apply, please search for openings at Fort Riley, Kansas on USAJOBS.gov. Please also e-mail your resume + license to: usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     // WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT \\   We're an Army hospital located in Fort Riley, Kansas. An active duty Army instillation in Manhattan, Kansas - home to Kansas State University! We serve a population of nearly 50,000 active duty Soldiers, family members and retirees in the community. Irwin Army Community Hospital is located in Fort Riley, Kansas which is uniquely located in the rolling Flint Hills region of the Midwest. We are nestled between Junction City (pop.17,000) and Manhattan (pop. 57,000). The local area has an abundance of outdoor activities where you'll find unlimited opportunities to fish, hike, swim, and explore! Enjoy BigXII college sports and entertainment at Kansas State University in Manhattan; as well as a thriving night life and culinary experience. Experience travel simplified at the Manhattan Regional Airport. For international travel, Kansas City International Airport is only two hours away.   Manhattan has been recognized on the following lists for its quality of life:   No. 3 on a list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of the Top 10 Places to Retire (Money Magazine) One of the Top 50 College Towns in America (Best College Reviews) Top 10 Best Places to Retire Young (CNN Money) Top 100 Places to Live in America (Livability)   Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 47-bed hospital. It was designed with the latest medical engineering technology to deliver the best care to our Big Red One Soldiers and mission partners, their families and our retirees. The hospital was smartly built to accommodate an increase in patient capacity or future growth on Fort Riley. As of summer 2016, the hospital serves 49,426 eligible beneficiaries. On a typical day, it sees 1,594 clinical patients, fills 1,805 prescriptions, runs 1,587 laboratory procedures, performs 11 surgical cases, and delivers three babies.   The new hospital incorporates Evidence-Based Design which influences modern healthcare facility design to promote patient healing and staff well being. The L-shape design separates the inpatient care from the outpatient care clinics. The staff use their own hallways and elevators outside of the “L.” This frees up space for patients and visitors. The layout provides the shortest reasonable path from check-in to exam. It also eases the transition from one department to another should a patient require additional care. All reception areas in the outpatient side are in the atrium, giving a greater sense of openness. The atrium, or “glass wall,” lets in natural light and provides a passive solar heat in the cooler months while reducing it in hotter seasons. Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 1st Infantry Division with the opening of the new hospital in 2016.     WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ARMY CIVILIAN?   Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. As a civilian employee on #TeamIACH, you are a federal employee. You are not in the Army, you are not deployed, forced moved, and you don't wear a uniform. You'll work alongside our men and women in uniform who also serve as heathcare professionals.Click here to learn more about civilian government service.     WHEN YOU'RE ON #TEAMIACH, YOU EITHER TOUCH A PATIENT, OR ENABLE THOSE WHO DO.   JOIN THE TEAM, TODAY.   CONNECT WITH US. facebook.com/IACHcareers twitter.com/IACHcareers linkedin.com/in/IACHcareers iach.amedd.army.mil usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN MANHATTAN.  Visit the CVB website here.        LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN JUNCTION CITY. Visit the CVB website here.