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Job Locations US-MD-Bethesda
Overall Position Summary and Objectives  Under this task order, the contractor will independently provide support services to satisfy the overall operational objectives of the National Institute of Mental Health. The primary objective is to provide services and deliverables through performance of support services   40 hours per week  Monday-Friday    Statement of Work Details    Provides technical support to assist with the operational management of administrative functions within the clinic. Provide direct administrative support for Director of NCS (Clinical Neuropsychology Service; Snow)   Assists in planning, coordinating and managing various programs and work projects. Overarching responsibilities include: organizing, updating, and maintaining study and patient databases and reports; data entry and maintaining and ensuring data accuracy; maintaining documents and files; maintaining patient, student, and staff schedules; organizing staff, extern (student) and psychometrist activities; organizing and maintaining inventory and purchases; implementing procedures to ensure that work products are completed in a timely and consistent manner; and organizing and maintaining technological devices and property   Ensures compliance with required program, administrative and management deadlines. Maintain Director’s calendars (schedule meetings, doodle polls, etc.) and patient evaluation calendars   Collects, enters and updates data into tracking database. Schedule patient evaluations through use of the computerized systems and through correspondence with NIH physicians, nursing, and coordinators.   Assists with budget tracking and protocol management. Create and circulate weekly patient evaluation list and staff assignments (i.e., which clinician, psychometrist, and student will be evaluating each patient).   Requests and initiates the purchase of materials, supplies and equipment. Assist in the scoring and processing of neurocognitive testing of research participants. Use Microsoft office, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint   Arranges and coordinates scientific meetings, seminars and conferences and provides appropriate background materials. Maintain and organize NCS share drives and document management platforms, such as SharePoint . Enter documents and properly code them into document management platforms such as SharePoint   Performs various clinical literature searches, and receives, reviews and prepares clinical or technical reports. Use document management platforms, such as SharePoint, to track patient/subject evaluation progress and store patient evaluation documents oHelp develop and maintain other document management platforms and/or databases, such as to track extern patient/subject evaluation progress or referral source Scanning, uploading, and archiving paper charts onto SharePoint and servers as well as overseeing such activities of others . QA files, data, and documents on SharePoint Assist with efforts to go paperless (organizing file cabinets, scanning materials for scoring, scanning patient files) and maintain systems put in place . Shredding old files and documents that have been properly scanned, uploaded, and electronically stored Enter data into CTDB, CiSTAR, other databases o Maintain database/spreadsheet of status of patient file status (i.e., whether patient has been tested, data has been QA’d, data has been entered into CTDB, CiSTAR, etc.) o Assist with QA’ing old and new files and applying research diagnostic criteria (battery trackers) for select patients Export and prepare data for analyses. Organize paper charts and prepare for patient visits. Maintain organization of physical office space, materials (files, equipment, test materials, supplies), personnel and workflow   Coordinates the activities of various clinical committees by providing logistical and technical support. Ensure that clinical and research reports are completed according to schedule and in a timely and consistent manner.Create and oversee schedule for tasks such as data preparation, data analysis, report completion for various projects . Attempt to reconcile scheduling conflicts . Assist in maintaining balanced budget. Serve as purchasing liaison and maintain inventory of all materials. Assists with purchase of new devices Routinely checks in with personnel regarding upcoming ordering. POC for shipments, maintenance, IT, housekeeping, etc. Routinely checks on stock of test forms, testing materials, test credits, and office supplies Fill out order requisition forms, sends necessary information to purchasing individual. Maintains all account information from all distributors/companies . Receive packages and sends invoice to purchasing person   Acts as liaison with staff and other government and non-government offices. Managing and maintaining property . Ensures that devices (laptops, printers, copiers) are properly maintained and accounted for Makes sure that software is up to date and new software purchased if necessary o Assists with removing data and programs from old devices and moving to new devices and/or servers/new computers o Assists with sending outdated devices to surplus. Organizes and overseas onboarding of students and new personnel   Coordinates revision to current clinical program activities and special projects. Coordinate and assist with the implementation of special projects and inform the appropriate staff of progress and problems   Coordinates committees for improving clinical program policies and procedures. Ensures students have access to everything required for patient testing, including access to the 7SWNT hallway, testing materials, etc. 1 Ensures students and personnel have access to all technological requirements, i.e., laptops, printers, access to CRIS, etc. 2 Ensures students and personnel have completed required online and in-person trainings
Category
Office Manager
ID
2022-1205
Job Locations US-MD-Bethesda
Overall Position Summary and Objectives: Lead complex and cross-divisional projects with multiple stakeholders in afast-paced and dynamic environment while staying true to key projectmanagement best practices and professional demeanor. Critical thinking,large strategic visioning, collaboration, and constant communicationacross and within teams are critical attributes and skills of a successfulcandidate. Representation of the projects to leadership and acrossconsortium partners on short notice is a requirement.   Schedule: 40 hours per week  Monday-Friday  No holidays    Statement of Work Details: Develops project management documentation. - Conduct staff interviews and discussions to determine the scope, purpose and objectives of project. - Prepare project documentation to include charter, schedule, resource plans and budgets. - Creates project in designated project management software and ensure all necessary staff have access. - Recommend and support routine project management meetings, updates and prepare a variety of status reports anddashboards. - Assist staff coordinate project management activities, to include routine meetings and development of reports. Monitors and reports progress to project owners. - Conduct project-related activities, including developing needed materials, power-point presentations, arrangingdiscussions, and facilitating interactions. - Coordinate, track and complete action items and report progress to project owners. - Support internal resources plan and implement activities in support of project in accordance with project priorities andschedule. - Prepare project dashboards and summaries, milestone status and updates to work breakdown structure asnecessary. - Track project expenditures against approved project budget and report risks to project owners. Conducts project analysis and reports to upper management. - Prepare progress reports, summaries, descriptions, and other materials to communicate with internal and externalstakeholders. - Develop summaries of project status and performance for review with upper management. - Measure project performance using designated systems, tools and techniques and report findings to uppermanagement. - Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation library using designated applications and tools. - Present project updates and status reports at recurrent staff and management meetings. Develops and tracks project budgets. - Assist project owners conduct enterprise resource planning and assist with annual budget formulation. - Assist project owners manage financial aspects of project to include monitoring budget, projecting future spendingand completing appropriate financial requests and accounting documentation. - Establish project metrics to measure and evaluate project cost and performance. Researches project management best practices and new industry standards. - Coordinate and conduct internal management studies and provide trend analyses to project owners. - Stay abreast of project management certification standards and industry principles through professional associationsand implements practices. - Coordinate with other project managers to identify and share project best practices and common approaches andreports to project owner. Provides subject matter expertise and support to other project managers. - Review other project management plans and recommend improvements. - Provide expert review and recommendation regarding other project management plans. Provide researchers and non-project staff presentations on appropriate project management practices. Develops overarching program and project management standards to ensure consistency and quality. - Coordinate with other programs to share best practices and consolidate approaches to increase project managementefficiency and effectiveness. - Conduct project management audits to evaluate processes and procedures and develop corrective action orimprovement plans in accordance with approved standards. Reviews and evaluates project management documentation. - Review, evaluate and provide recommendations for improvement of project requirements to include the scope,purpose and objectives. - Review, evaluate and provide recommendations for improvement of project documentation to include charter,schedule, resource plans and budgets. - Review, evaluate and provide recommendations for improvement of project management software and developinvestment strategies. - Review, evaluate and provide recommendations for improvement of routine project management meetings, updatesand preparation of a variety of status reports and dashboards. - Develop and implement project monitoring and evaluation best practices. - Compare and evaluate project requirements to other projects and recommend changes and improvements to projectowners to overcome redundancies, overlaps, or opportunities to coordinate. Reviews and evaluates progress to project owners. - Evaluate project-related activities and documentation and make corrections and improvements. - Review, evaluate and provide recommendations for improvement of project tracking and progress reporting - Review, evaluate and provide recommendations for improvement of project scheduling practices. - Review, evaluate and provide recommendations for improvement of project dashboards and summaries, milestonestatus and updates and work breakdown structures. - Review, evaluate and provide recommendations for improvement of project expenditure tracking against approvedproject budget and implementing corrective actions to mitigate risks. - Provide project management expertise monitoring and tracking multiple ongoing projects and provide critical insightsto project owners. Reviews and evaluates project budgets. - Log project expenditures within designated tracking tool and report balances to project owners. - Evaluate project cost and performance against metrics and report status and recommend corrective actions to projectowners. - Provide project management expertise to ensure accurate and consistent project monitoring and tracking to informproject owner decision making. Acts as a liaison with other agencies and organizations when necessary for project completion. - Act as a primary liaison for Program with NIH, HHS, and others for identified information and support regardingspecified projects. - Coordinate, conduct, and participate in important off-site activities and discussions, relevant to project managementactivities and goals. - Provide subject matter expertise on special cross-cutting and ad hoc projects, attend special regional, annual and adhoc meetings and participate on working groups - Build and support effective communication strategies for the Division and public presentations of the program and itsconstituent activities. - Maintain coordination and communication between research operations, program management, project stakeholders,team members and subcontractors.
Category
Project Manager
ID
2022-1203
Job Locations US-VA-Portsmouth Naval Base
Location: Naval Medical Center, Portsmouth, VA Pay rate: $200,000/Year Work Schedule:The core hours are 0600 – 2000 excluding Federal holidays; typical hours are 0730 through 1600 hours including a thirty (30) minute uncompensated meal break. Benefits: PTO, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan
Category
Medical Physicist
ID
2022-1202
Job Locations US-VA-Portsmouth Naval Base
Schedule: Monday - Friday 6:45 AM - 6:00 PM (8.5 - 9 hour shift) 30-60 minute lunch break.  Pay rate: $19.90/hr-$23.00/hr Location: Portsmouth Naval Medical Center Benefits: PTO, sick leave, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan
Category
Ophthalmic Technicians
ID
2022-1201
Job Locations US-OH-Wright Patterson
Location: Wright-Patterson AFB, OH - Internal Medicine Clinic Pay rate: $23.95/hr Work Schedule: Monday through Friday ranging from 0630 to 1830 not to exceed 80 hours every two weeks. Benefits: PTO, sick leave, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan
Category
License Practical Nurse
ID
2022-1200
Job Locations US-NC-Fort Bragg
Location: Ft. Bragg, NC Pay rate: Up to $70,000/Year Work Schedule: Shall be required to work 40 hours per week. The normal hours of work are Monday through Friday, between the hours of 6:00 am to 11:00 pm (excluding federal holidays). Typical hours 7:00 am to 4:00 pm. Benefits: PTO, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan
Category
Special Needs Coordinator
ID
2022-1199
Job Locations US-CO-Air Force Academy
Pay rate:  20-21.50/hr   Schedule:  Works Monday through Friday. Shifts may be 8 to 10 hour per day, but will not go over 40 hours a week. Duties will need to be performed at the MFT during core hours (0700-1700).     Benefits: PTO, sick and holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term disability Optional benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(k) matching with employee participation in 401(k) plan
Category
Admin Clerks
ID
2022-1198
Job Locations US-MS-Biloxi
Location: Keesler AFB, MS - Pediatrics Schedule: Monday - Friday from 0730 -1630 Pay: $20.73/hr Benefits: PTO, sick leave, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan
Category
LPNs
ID
2022-1197
Job Locations US-Bethesda
- Participates in the development of diagnostic interviews with the principal investigator. - Attend staff meetings to go over clinical ratings and procedures. - Consult with principal investigator, physician and nursing staff regarding tests results, unusual patient behavior, etc. - Participate in weekly conference sessions where participants’ data are evaluated to determine participants’ status. - Administers diagnostic interviews and prepares summaries in support of research protocols. - Fill out diagnostic paperwork after completing each interview and prepare written and computerized summaries of clinical interviews. - Coordinates adult relative and child participant recruitment. - Attend provider meetings and recruitment events to present study information and distribute recruitment materials i.e. mental health fairs. - Prepares patients for examinations and assists staff with specialized procedures and diagnostic exams. - Work with researchers and medical staff on transport of patients, specimens, equipment and supplies, generating numeric tracking labels for samples prior to submission. - Perform basic procedures, such as collecting and processing specimens, performing venipuncture, obtaining EKGs, performing IV insertion and checking vital signs. - Observe and ensure the safety of human subjects while procedures are being performed and bring all patient concerns and issues to researchers or medical staff. - Collect specimens from study participants (including but not limited to blood draws of HIV Infected Blood and urine specimens) for management and transportation preparation per coordinating protocol. - Assist physicians during examinations and procedures and answer patient calls for help. - Assists patients and reinforces instructions regarding self management. - Assist patients and research participants with activities of daily living as needed - Reinforce policies and procedures to research participants as directed by researchers or medical staff to ensure procedural effectiveness.  
Category
Nurse Assistants
ID
2022-1195
Job Locations US-TX-El Paso
Job Summary   The Credentialing Specialist will be responsible for submitting, tracking, and responding to facility/group and individual provider credentialing and contracting. Also submitting applications, tracking progress, and working with clinical staff to gather the information needed for both facility and individual credentialing.   Benefits - 401(k) matching - Dental insurance - Health insurance - Paid time off - Vision insurance  
Category
Other
ID
2022-1194
Job Locations US-NV-Nellis AFB
Location: Nellis AFB, NV - Critical Care - ICU Pay rate: $50/hr - $58/hr Work Schedule: Three (3), Twelve (12) hours shifts a week alternating days and nights not to exceed 40 hours per week. May also be asked to work 4 and 8 hour shifts. Duty Hours: Day shift hours are 0645-1845, night shift is 1845-0645. Holidays: Will be required to work on federally recognized holidays. Benefits: PTO, sick leave, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan
Category
RNs
ID
2022-1192
Job Locations US-MS-Biloxi
Location: Keesler AFB, MS - Lactation Consultant - Family Birthing Center and Pediatrics Clinic Schedule: Monday - Friday from 0730 -1630 with a 1-hour uncompensated lunch. Pay: $33.00/hr Benefits: PTO, sick leave, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan
Category
RNs
ID
2022-1190
Job Locations US-CA-Fairfield
Location: Travis AFB, CA – David Grant Medical Center Schedule:Monday-Friday, 0730-1630. Overtime authorized. On-Call and Holidays: Required Benefits: PTO, sick leave, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan
Category
Cardiac Catheterization Technician
ID
2022-1188
Job Locations US-GA-Fort Gordon
Location: Fort Gordon - Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center Pay: $40/hr Schedule: The performance hours of the MTF are as follows: Army Medical Centers (MEDCENs) provide services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year (366 days during leap years) including holiday.  Clinics have designated operating hours (“duty day”) which are typically Monday through Friday, eight hours per day (excluding lunch) and generally between the hours of 0730 and 1600.  For normal duty day operations, Contract HCWs will work 0730 to 1600 with half an hour non-paid lunch. On-call & Holidays: Required Benefits: PTO, sick leave, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan  
Category
Cardiac Catheterization Technician
ID
2022-1187
Job Locations US-CO-Air Force Academy
Pay rate:  18/Hr   Schedule:  Works Monday through Friday. Shifts may be 8 to 10 hour per day, but will not go over 40 hours a week. Duties will need to be performed at the MFT during core hours (0700-1700).     Benefits: PTO, sick and holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term disability Optional benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(k) matching with employee participation in 401(k) plan
Category
Admin Clerks
ID
2022-1184
Job Locations US-MD-Bethesda
Overall Position Summary and Objectives:    This position is located within the Neurology Consult Service, Office of the Clinical Director (OCD), National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Strokes (NINDS). The Interoceptive Disorders Unit evaluates, studies, and offers therapeutic trials for patients with persistent symptoms occurring after infectious exposures in both the inpatient and outpatient setting.   Weekly Hours:  - 30-40 hours per week - Monday-Friday - Teleworking elegible  - No nights  - No work on holidays 
Category
Nurse Practitioners
ID
2022-1182
Job Locations US-VA-Langley AFB
Position Type: Temporary Full-Time Schedule: Monday-Friday from 7:30am to 4:30pm Location: Langley AFB in the Women's Health Clinic Pay rate: $26/hr Sign-on Bonus: $1,250.00 Benefits: PTO, sick leave, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan
Category
LPNs
ID
2022-1180
Job Locations US-RI-Newport Naval Station Rhode Island
Target rate: $80/hr. - $86/hr. Schedule:  Monday through Friday, between the hours of 0600 and 1800 hours. Shifts will normally be scheduled for a 7.5 to 9.5 hour period, to include an uncompensated 30 minute meal break. Position Type: Independent Contractor (1099)
Category
Dentist
ID
2022-1179
Job Locations US-SD
Pay rate:  $35/hr Schedule:  0730 to 1730   Akahi Associates offers a competitive benefit package for full time employees that includes the following: - Paid time off for vacation, sick and holiday leave. - Medical - Dental - Vision - Life - Accidental Death and Dismemberment - Short Term Disability - Optional benefits include: - 401K matching with employee participation in 401K plan
Category
RNs
ID
2022-1177
Job Locations US-MS-Biloxi
Location: Keesler AFB, MS Schedule: Duty schedule for personnel will be Compressed Work Schedule which will consist of 9 hour shifts Monday through Thursday between 0600 – 1800 and an 8 hour shift on one Friday between 0600 – 1800 with the alternate Friday off. Shifts will not exceed 9 hours Monday – Thursday and 8 hours on the working Friday and 80 hours in 2 weeks. All days will include an uncompensated 60 minute lunch break. Pay:$32/hr-$36/hr Benefits: PTO, sick leave, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan Additional Information:This case management position is with the active duty and family health clinics.  The patient load is challenging and requires a person who has an extensive work history of case managing patients in person in a clinic setting. The CM will work with many providers and in-house and community agencies and will coordinate resources and care world-wide.  Familiarity with the military is a plus in understanding the needs of active duty patients.  This case manager will also cover pediatric and internal medicine patients when needed.
Category
RNs
ID
2022-1171
Job Locations JP-47-Okinawa
U.S. Naval Dental Center , Okinawa Japan is looking for 2 Dental Laboratory Technicians to provide dental services and support for military personal and their families.   Schedule:  40 hours per week, Monday –Friday between the hours of 0630 and 1700.
Category
Dental Assistants
ID
2022-1161
Job Locations JP-47-Okinawa
U.S. Naval Dental Center , Okinawa Japan is looking for 5 Dental Hygienists to provide dental services and support for military personnel and their families.   Schedule:  40 hours per week, Monday –Friday between the hours of 0700 and 1600.   Security: Must be a US citizen in order to obtain a security clearance.
Category
Dental Hygienist
ID
2022-1160
Job Locations JP-47-Okinawa
U.S. Naval Dental Center , Okinawa Japan is looking for 17 Dental Assistants to provide dental services and support for military personal and their families.   Schedule:  40 hours per week, Monday –Friday between the hours of 0700 and 1600.   Security: Must be a US citizen in order to obtain a security clearance.
Category
Dental Assistants
ID
2022-1159
Job Locations US-VA-Langley AFB
Schedule: Monday-Friday from 7:30am to 4:30pm Location: Langley AFB in the Allergy & Immunizations Clinic Pay rate: $26/hr Sign-on Bonus: $1,250.00 Benefits: PTO, sick leave, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan
Category
LPNs
ID
2022-1158
Job Locations US-MD-Bethesda
Overall Position Summary and Objectives:    The purpose of this position is to support the clinical protocols by providing patient care coordinator services through the CTU to the Interoceptive Disorders unit (PI: Brian Walitt, MD, MPH), and other groups as assigned   Work Hours:  - 30-40 hours per week  - Monday-Friday  - No Nights  - Not a fixed schedule  Statement of Work Details:    Coordinates the recruitment, scheduling, travel and admission of research study participants. - Coordinate patient schedules with testers, nurses, physicians and clinical research coordinators. - Coordinate the recruitment, scheduling, travel and admission of research study participants with clinical staff. 1 - Work with staff to coordinate new research patient screening appointments, procedures and imaging studies between protocol investigators and the outpatient clinic scheduling personnel. - Coordinate scheduling, travel and lodging of subjects participating in studies. Distributes recruitment materials. - Distribute patient recruitment and communication materials. Acts as a liaison between participants, participant's relatives and staff members and communicates participant's questions, complaints, problems and concerns to appropriate staff members. - Serve as a translator for Spanish speaking subjects who are not fluent in English. - Triage questions to appropriate personnel in the team as necessary. 2 - Maintain ongoing relationships with patients, families, caregivers, medical care providers and various individuals on a continuous long-term basis - Respond to patient emails and phone calls; prioritize patient related issues into urgent, emergent and routine; triage the issues to the appropriate personnel in the team as necessary. Explains policies and procedures to participants and refers them to appropriate staff. - Communicate all patient protocols to patients, within the context of eligibility criteria for specific protocol; obtain appropriate consent forms.  - Serve as point of contact for questions, advice and communications on the process and status of protocols; initiate and respond to correspondence and telephone contacts pertaining to admission of patients. - Explain the purpose of the study to potential participants; assess eligibility to participate; enroll eligible study participants and explain the research procedures; respond to routine questions on study procedures and seek additional information when needed. - Confer with study participants; explain the purpose of the study and obtain informed consent. - Respond to communications with research subjects; direct questions to appropriate team member.  Collates, enters and maintains data collected on participants. - Collect, verify, record and maintain data on clinical activity and/or research. - Collect outside medical documentation, electronically scans and uploads records into the electronic medical record. - Collate and enter data collected on participants. - Review medical records to collect relevant clinical data. - Ensure accurate and complete collection and submission of study data. - Maintain patient files, medical records, and patient family contacts; file medical record notes into patient charts daily. - Maintain clinical data in protocol databases. - Create reports/spreadsheets for tracking and scheduling of protocol patients. - Review patient and clinical charts; enter patient data into files and automated databases. - Ensure that research data are entered into database. - Ensure consistency in records, data and datasets in accordance with regulatory requirements. - Work with staff on QA/QC of the clinical and research records for patients on study prior to audits. - Obtain medical information, imaging disks and pictures from applicants on an ongoing basis; file them with the records. Coordinates new patient referrals by obtaining pertinent information and forwarding it for review. - Provide lists of potential research volunteers to principal investigators based on database searches against protocol criteria. - Refer prospective volunteers per study guidelines to the appropriate Institute contact person. - Review incoming patient referrals and contact referring physician’s office if referral is incomplete. - Obtain outside medical records, radiology studies, biopsy slides and submit to the respective departments at the NIH. - Communicate with appropriate staff about intake and materials and submission of materials for review. May assist in preparing credentialing packages. - Work with staff on preparation of credentialing packets for clinical staff. Monitors workflow and administers and revises processes to maintain and improve operations. - Work with staff to achieve optimum schedule and staff utilization; work with staff in problem solving for overlapping appointments. - Review future scheduled cases to resolve potential conflicts or problems; monitor additional reports to ensure data validity. - Troubleshoot scheduling issues to ensure maximum productivity of staff resources.  - Monitor and identify areas of improvement in the clinic environment, clinical trial conductance in the outpatient setting, for patients, families and staff. - Participate in quality improvement initiatives and maintenance of SOPs. - Collaborate with staff to submit protocols to the IRB; monitor protocol compliance. Mentors and trains staff on patient recruitment and coordination processes and procedures. - Develops training materials, job aids and instructions for use by patient coordinators. - Mentors and coaches patient coordinators. - Advises executives and researchers in the processes of participant recruitment and prepares informational summaries and briefs.
Category
Patient Care Coordinator
ID
2022-1157
Job Locations US-MD-Bethesda
Overall Position Summary and Objectives:    The purpose of this position is to support the clinical protocols by providing patient care coordinator services through the CTU to the Interoceptive Disorders unit (PI: Brian Walitt, MD, MPH), and other groups as assigned   Work Hours:  - 30-40 hours per week  - Monday-Friday  - No Nights  - Not a fixed schedule  Statement of Work Details:    Coordinates the recruitment, scheduling, travel and admission of research study participants. - Coordinate patient schedules with testers, nurses, physicians and clinical research coordinators. - Coordinate the recruitment, scheduling, travel and admission of research study participants with clinical staff. 1 - Work with staff to coordinate new research patient screening appointments, procedures and imaging studies between protocol investigators and the outpatient clinic scheduling personnel. - Coordinate scheduling, travel and lodging of subjects participating in studies. Distributes recruitment materials. - Distribute patient recruitment and communication materials. Acts as a liaison between participants, participant's relatives and staff members and communicates participant's questions, complaints, problems and concerns to appropriate staff members. - Serve as a translator for Spanish speaking subjects who are not fluent in English. - Triage questions to appropriate personnel in the team as necessary. 2 - Maintain ongoing relationships with patients, families, caregivers, medical care providers and various individuals on a continuous long-term basis - Respond to patient emails and phone calls; prioritize patient related issues into urgent, emergent and routine; triage the issues to the appropriate personnel in the team as necessary. Explains policies and procedures to participants and refers them to appropriate staff. - Communicate all patient protocols to patients, within the context of eligibility criteria for specific protocol; obtain appropriate consent forms.  - Serve as point of contact for questions, advice and communications on the process and status of protocols; initiate and respond to correspondence and telephone contacts pertaining to admission of patients. - Explain the purpose of the study to potential participants; assess eligibility to participate; enroll eligible study participants and explain the research procedures; respond to routine questions on study procedures and seek additional information when needed. - Confer with study participants; explain the purpose of the study and obtain informed consent. - Respond to communications with research subjects; direct questions to appropriate team member.  Collates, enters and maintains data collected on participants. - Collect, verify, record and maintain data on clinical activity and/or research. - Collect outside medical documentation, electronically scans and uploads records into the electronic medical record. - Collate and enter data collected on participants. - Review medical records to collect relevant clinical data. - Ensure accurate and complete collection and submission of study data. - Maintain patient files, medical records, and patient family contacts; file medical record notes into patient charts daily. - Maintain clinical data in protocol databases. - Create reports/spreadsheets for tracking and scheduling of protocol patients. - Review patient and clinical charts; enter patient data into files and automated databases. - Ensure that research data are entered into database. - Ensure consistency in records, data and datasets in accordance with regulatory requirements. - Work with staff on QA/QC of the clinical and research records for patients on study prior to audits. - Obtain medical information, imaging disks and pictures from applicants on an ongoing basis; file them with the records. Coordinates new patient referrals by obtaining pertinent information and forwarding it for review. - Provide lists of potential research volunteers to principal investigators based on database searches against protocol criteria. - Refer prospective volunteers per study guidelines to the appropriate Institute contact person. - Review incoming patient referrals and contact referring physician’s office if referral is incomplete. - Obtain outside medical records, radiology studies, biopsy slides and submit to the respective departments at the NIH. - Communicate with appropriate staff about intake and materials and submission of materials for review. May assist in preparing credentialing packages. - Work with staff on preparation of credentialing packets for clinical staff. Monitors workflow and administers and revises processes to maintain and improve operations. - Work with staff to achieve optimum schedule and staff utilization; work with staff in problem solving for overlapping appointments. - Review future scheduled cases to resolve potential conflicts or problems; monitor additional reports to ensure data validity. - Troubleshoot scheduling issues to ensure maximum productivity of staff resources.  - Monitor and identify areas of improvement in the clinic environment, clinical trial conductance in the outpatient setting, for patients, families and staff. - Participate in quality improvement initiatives and maintenance of SOPs. - Collaborate with staff to submit protocols to the IRB; monitor protocol compliance. Mentors and trains staff on patient recruitment and coordination processes and procedures. - Develops training materials, job aids and instructions for use by patient coordinators. - Mentors and coaches patient coordinators. - Advises executives and researchers in the processes of participant recruitment and prepares informational summaries and briefs.    
Category
Patient Care Coordinator
ID
2022-1156
Job Locations US-Bethesda
Overall Position Summary and Objectives This position will independently provide support services to satisfy the overall operational objectives of the NCI/DCTD.   Weekly Hours:  - 30 to up to 40 hours per week  - Part-Time Position  - Monday-Friday; No weekends  - No set schedule  - No work on Government Holidays  - No nights 
Category
Research Registered Nurse
ID
2022-1155
Job Locations US-CA-Fairfield
Schedule: Mon-Sun, 14/12 hour shifts per 28 days. Shift rotation of 3 months day shift and 3 months night shift. On-Call: 2 days of call per 28 day cycle with the possibility of working up to the full 12 hours if called in. 6:45 a.m. - 7:15 p.m. (Day Shift) or 6:45 p.m. - 7:15 a.m. (Night Shift). Call-Back: HCWs will be required to report in-person to the MTF during oncall hours if needed. CWs must report to the MTF work site within 30 minutes of call-back request. Overtime: Any time worked passed 12 hours per day will be charged as overage; and hours worked in excess of 40 hours in a workweek are considered overtime.  Location:  Travis Air Force Base Benefits: PTO, sick leave, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan
Category
LPNs
ID
2022-1154
Job Locations US-VA-Falls Church
Provide clinical expertise and a broad understanding of health care systems and processes paired with education/training for TapRooT® 7 steps of Investigations and tools such as SnapCharT®(s), Spring®, Summer®, Autumn®, Winter®, Root Cause Tree®, Corrective Action Helper®, SMARTER Matrix, Change Analysis (CHAP) coach and mentor PS professionals on use of the TapRooT methodology, tools and application. 
Category
Patient Safety Manager
ID
2022-1143
Job Locations US-HI-Honolulu
The Project Manager will hold the overall responsibility for the successful initiation, planning, overseeing, leading, execution and controlling of a project to completion.
Category
Project Manager
ID
2022-1140
Job Locations US-TX-Lackland AFB
The services required on this Task Order are under the following special program: The Transgender Health Medical Evaluation Unit (THMEU) provides centralized case management and clinical services for uniformed members undergoing in-service gender-transition to include confirmation of gender dysphoria diagnosis, validation of all medical treatment plans, gender affirming surgeries, and requests for gender marker change.   Pay rate: Between $83K/year and $104K/year. Scheduling: Normal hours of operation will generally be a 9-hour workday, with a 1- hour unpaid meal break, Monday through Friday. Specific hours and days of work may vary week-to-week and throughout changes in seasons, but never to exceed 80 hours every two weeks. Any deviation to these days and times will be only as authorized by the CO and/or COR. Shifts will not exceed 12 hours in length with a minimum of 12 hours between shifts, which include a 1 hour unpaid meal break. Travel: Occasional travel may be required to obtain professional development such as education, training, seminars, conference attendance, and Transgender Health site visits as it relates to Transgender Health field. Benefits: PTO, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan
Category
RNs
ID
2022-1139
Job Locations US-TX-Lackland AFB
The services required on this Task Order are under the following special program: The Transgender Health Medical Evaluation Unit (THMEU) provides centralized case management and clinical services for uniformed members undergoing in-service gender-transition to include confirmation of gender dysphoria diagnosis, validation of all medical treatment plans, gender affirming surgeries, and requests for gender marker change.   Pay rate: Between $78K/year - $85K/year Scheduling: Normal hours of operation will generally be a 9-hour workday, with a 1- hour unpaid meal break, Monday through Friday. Specific hours and days of work may vary week-to-week and throughout changes in seasons, but never to exceed 80 hours every two weeks. Any deviation to these days and times will be only as authorized by the CO and/or COR. Shifts will not exceed 12 hours in length with a minimum of 12 hours between shifts, which include a 1 hour unpaid meal break. Travel: Occasional travel may be required to obtain professional development such as education, training, seminars, conference attendance, and Transgender Health site visits as it relates to Transgender Health field. Benefits: PTO, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan
Category
LCSW
ID
2022-1137
Job Locations US-SC-Beaufort
Location: Naval Hospital Beaufort, SC. Under the Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (PH/TBI) program. Pay rate: $24.22/hr Schedule:Monday through Friday, between the hours of 0600 and 1900 hours.  Shifts will normally be scheduled for an 8.5 to 9 hour period, to include an uncompensated 30 to 60 minute lunch break, respectively. Benefits: PTO, sick leave, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan
Category
LPNs
ID
2022-1136
Job Locations US-VA-Portsmouth Naval Base
We are looking for a Podiatrist to diagnose and treat minor or serious injuries and diseases of the feet, ankles and the lower part of legs. Podiatrist responsibilities include conducting foot and ankle surgeries, prescribing orthotics and applying therapeutic treatments for issues like arthritis, fractures and feet corn and calluses. To be considered for this role, you should have a doctoral degree in Podiatric Medicine and practical experience in a clinic or hospital. Ultimately, you will give our patients the best treatment based on their condition and help them recover as soon as possible.   Location: Portsmouth Naval Base in the Podiatry/Orthopedic/Sports Medicine Department, NMC Portsmouth, VA. Schedule: Services shall be provided Monday through Friday, between the hours of 0700 and 1800 hours. Shifts will normally be scheduled for an eight and half (8.5) to twelve and half (12.5) hour period, to include an uncompensated thirty (30) minute to sixty (60) minute lunch break, respectively. The HCW shall be on duty for at least forty (40) hours each week, but not to exceed fifty (50) each week. In no instance will each HCW exceed 100 hours per two (2) week period. Pay: Between $90/hr - $110/hr Position Type: Independent Contractor (1099)  
Category
Podiatrist
ID
2022-1134
Job Locations US-OK-Altus
The licensed clinical social worker is required to function in a patient-centered medical home location as a full-time equivalent provider as an internal behavioral health consultant/or Behavioral Health Care Facilitator.   Schedule: Between 0700-1730 not to exceed 40 hour per week. Location: Altus AFB, OK in the Integrated Primary Care section. Pay rate: Up to $90K/year Benefits: PTO, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan
Category
LCSW
ID
2022-1133
Job Locations US-ME-Naval Branch Health Clinic
Location: NBHC Portsmouth Pay rate: Between $40/hr to $43/hr Work Schedule: Services shall be provided Monday through Friday, between the hours of 0600 and 1800 hours. Shifts will be required for a period of 7.5 to 9 hours, including an uncompensated .5 or 1-hour meal break, depending on shift length. In no instance will the HCW be required to provide services in excess of 80 hours per two-week period. Benefits: PTO, sick leave, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan
Category
Dental Hygienist
ID
2022-1119
Job Locations US-GA-Fort Stewart
Schedule: PRN Location: Winn Army Community Hospital Pay rate: $38/hr - $44/hr
Category
RNs
ID
2022-1117
Job Locations US-NV-Nellis AFB
Location: Nellis AFB, NV Work Schedule: Monday - Friday from 0730-1630 (includes an uncompensated 60 min lunch break). Will not exceed 40 hours a week period. Position Type: Independent Contractor (1099)
Category
Physicians
ID
2022-1116
Job Locations US-MD-Bethesda
Overall Position Summary and Objectives   This order will independently provide support services to satisfy the overall operational objectives.   Statement of Work Details - Coordinate changes to the CTSA program  - Write and review funding opportunity announcements and policy documents for CTSAprograms 2 - Coordinate outreach to stakeholders such as investigators, patients, industry and healthsystems representatives 3 - Participate in education activities; provide expert input - Provide advice to extramural program leadership on the design and implementation ofnew programs - Review the current extramural research portfolios to identify potential gaps for newtranslational and clinical research opportunities - Prepare summaries for translational and clinical research - Provide expert guidance to senior leadership
Category
Other
ID
2022-1115
Job Locations US-MS-Biloxi
Location: Keesler AFB, MS Pay rate: $31/hr  Health & Wellness: *$4.41/hr Schedule: Duty hours will be from 5:45am - 5:45pm or 5:45pm - 5:45am on a panama schedule. Will be scheduled for up to 16 shifts per month. Benefits: PTO, sick leave, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan
Category
Registered Respiratory Therapist
ID
2022-1114
Job Locations US-CA-Fresno
The ER physician will perform onsite Emergency Department Physician Services to eligible beneficiaries of the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, VA Central California Healthcare System (hereinafter referred to as VACCHCS).   Schedule: Sign-up schedule.  Can average between 5 to 20 shifts each month.
Category
Physicians
ID
2022-1106
Job Locations US-CA-Fairfield
Location: Travis AFB, CA Pay rate: $50/hr - $70/hr Schedule:Monday-Friday, 8 hour days, specific start/end dates may be adjusted to meet work center needs within the hours of 0700-1800. On-Call and Holidays: Required Benefits: PTO, sick leave, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan
Category
Cardiac Catheterization Technician
ID
2022-1100
Job Locations US-MD-Baltimore
Overall Position Summary and Objectives:  Provide support services to satisfy the overall operational objectives of the National Institute on Aging. The primary objective is to provide services and deliverables through performance of support services.    Statement of Work Details Maintains government vehicles and performs preventative maintenance, calibrations, certifications and repairs    Test and adjust repaired systems to meet manufacturers' performance specifications Transports samples and    Transport samples    Drive for work related duties May also respond to alarms if triggered     Follows procedures in regard to any emergency and follows up with supervisor as necessary Other Provide services related to the upkeep of the three (3) government-owned Mobile Research Vehicles MRVs under the Healthy Aging in Neighborhoods of Diversity across the Life Span (HANDLS) study, to include preventive maintenance, calibrations and certifications/re-certifications for on-board biomedical equipment and necessary minor repairs, such as plumbing, hydraulic system, water pumps and fuel pumps.      Work with staff on the identification of new locations; identify the required utilities for deploying the MRVs.    Serve as back up in transporting HANDLS clients while obeying state and federal regulations and speed limits. 3    Work with staff on removing snow and ice from MRV site when necessary.    Respond to burglar, fire, temperature alarms and maintenance emergencies on MRVsDrive MRVs to designated site locations within the Baltimore area; drive annually out-of-state for annual maintenance.    On-Call or Rotational Shifts, if needed  In an emergency situation, contract employee is available to the best of his/her abilities to perform his/her assigned duties in order to ensure the continuity of NIA’s critical core functions as appropriate. Emergencies can range from inclement weather or a building fire/flood to a natural disaster or terrorist attack. 1   Emergencies can range from inclement weather or a building fire/flood to a natural disaster or terrorist attack. Because emergencies can happen at any time, the contract employee will provide all updated personal contact information (cell and home telephone numbers, home email address, personal blackberry pin number if applicable, etc.) to their employer to ensure rapid response in the event of an emergency outside of regular business hours.   As an emergency staff member, the contract employee will perform his/her assigned duties as requested to help protect NIA’s critical resources (e.g., staff, participants, research, property), and help to ensure the continuation of NIA Critical Core Functions. The core functions include: (1) maintenance of employee safety; (2) care for clinical study participants; (3) maintenance of physical security; (4) maintenance of mission critical laboratory and clinical experiments and scientific equipment; (5) safeguarding perishable laboratory samples and biological stock; (6) preservation and protection of NIA information systems and data; (7) communication with NIA researchers and grantees; NIH and various Institutes and Centers; other government agencies; private sector partnering organizations; and key stakeholders. The core functions the contract employee will be expected to support are those that relate to his/her assigned duties as outlined in the position description/statement of work
Category
Other
ID
2022-1083
Job Locations US-FL-Jacksonville
The contractor shall provide personnel for services in support of Naval Hospital (NH) Jacksonville, Florida in the Outpatient Behavioral Health Department at NH Jacksonville, Florida.   Pay rate: $190/hr to 230/hr
Category
Psychiatric Technician
ID
2022-1078
Job Locations US-MD-Andrews AFB
We are looking for a competent dental assistant who will make the dentist’s office more efficient and pleasant for patients. You’ll ensure excellent customer service and lift administrative and basic dental tasks off the dentist’s shoulders. Dental assistants should be well-organized with great attention to detail. You should be able to follow instructions and respect dental office regulations. We want you to be skilled in providing direct or indirect patient care and able to make office procedures as smooth as possible.   Pay: Between $23.78/hr   Shift: Services shall be provided Monday through Friday, between the hours of 0600 and 1800 hours. Shifts will be required for a period of 7.5 to 9 hours, including an uncompensated .5 or 1-hour meal break, depending on shift length. In no instance will the HCW be required to provide services in excess of 80 hours per two-week period.   Akahi Associates offers a competitive benefit package for full time employees that includes the following: - Paid time off for vacation, sick and holiday leave. - Medical - Dental - Vision - Life - Accidental Death and Dismemberment - Short Term Disability                                                                                                                                              - Optional benefits include: - 401K matching with employee participation in 401K plan
Category
Dental Assistants
ID
2022-1073
Job Locations US-AK-Elmendorf
Location: Elmendorf, Alaska - Remote/Onsite Pay rate: $24-$28 Work Schedule: Monday through Friday (8hrs each day) not to exceed 80 hours every two weeks. Benefits: PTO, sick leave, holiday leave, Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability Optional Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K) matching with employee participation in 401(K) plan
Category
Medical Coders
ID
2022-1069
Job Locations US-VA-Norfolk Naval Station
We are searching for a knowledgeable Dentist who can provide a range of services to our patients. The Dentist will meet with patients, assess their dental health, perform scheduled cleanings, handle complex procedures, such as root canals, extractions, and oral surgery, and work with other staff members, such as dental hygienists and assistants, to provide our clients with quality dental services. You should also be able to assist in the management of the practice and promoting better oral hygiene. To be a successful Dentist, you should be caring, communicative, and experienced in diagnosing and treating dental ailments. You should also be skilled with the various tools and procedures needed to correct dental complaints and ensure the oral health of patients.   Pay: $74/hr - $80/hr Schedule: Monday – Friday from 0730-1630    **Note:  - There is one job opening at each location: Oceana Naval Air Station and Little Creek Base  - These are 1099 positions (Independent Contractor)
Category
Dentists
ID
2022-1065
Job Locations US-AK-Elmendorf
Pay: $24-$28 per hour   Schedule: Monday through Friday. 8 hours each day   Akahi Associates offers a competitive benefit package for full time employees that includes the following: - Paid time off for vacation, sick and holiday leave. - Medical - Dental - Vision - Life - Accidental Death and Dismemberment - Short Term Disability                                                                                                                                              - Optional benefits include: - 401K matching with employee participation in 401K plan
Category
Medical Coders
ID
2022-1063
Job Locations US-HI-Tripler Army Medical Center
Pay - $17.50/hr Full Time   Schedule – - 8 hour shift - Day shift - Weekend availability - Overnight shift - Evening shift - Night shift Shall possess sufficient initiative, interpersonal relationship skills and social sensitivity to permit effective support to patients, Tripler Army Medical Center staff and clinic leadership.   Benefits:  - Paid time off for vacation, sick and holiday leave. - Medical - Dental - Vision - Life - Accidental Death and Dismemberment - Short Term Disability - Optional benefits include: - 401K matching with employee participation in 401K plan
Category
Admin Clerks
ID
2022-1061
Job Locations US-LA-Fort Polk
Hours of Performance 4.1. The providers shall be able to provide services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week including holidays. Shifts will be 12 hours in length. No guarantee can be made that the shift will end as scheduled. A minimum break of 30 minutes will be given during the shift if patient care permits. Work hours and days will be determined by GLWACH and confirmed by the contractor. A schedule discussed between a contract physician and ER staff is not considered valid. Schedules are subject to change due to cancellations, hospital staff changes, organization day, emergencies, exodus, training holidays and unexpected events. The most a provider can work is six consecutive days in a row and then a minimum of a one day break is required.    
Category
Physicians
ID
2022-1057