Medical Officer , Afghanistan

Location:  Kabul, Afghanistan
FLSA Status: Full Time

The Medical Officer (MO) is responsible for planning and implementing a medical support program (preventive and corrective) to ensure that all personnel on a Task Order are fit for duty. The Medical Officer is also responsible for the treatment of minor injuries suffered during security operations and the stabilization and preparation for transport of injured personnel or personnel with sickness that warrants transfer to a higher level medical facility.

Essential Functions:
Develop and implement a medical support program
Ensure that all personnel are fit for duty (preventive and corrective medicine)
Treat minor injuries
Stabilize injured personnel or personnel with illnesses requiring transfer
Assess medical support and medical support personnel on site
Maintain all licenses and import requirements for the transfer of regulated medicine
Maintain detailed records of all personnel, incidents and care administered

Non-Essential Functions:
Additional duties and responsibilities may be assigned according to the needs of the customer/client
Supervisory Responsibilities: Supervise medical staff and ensure that all equipment and medical needs are provided for.

Travel: Yes

Job Requirements
Crucial Requirements and Abilities:

The contract requires you to be a U.S. Citizen - must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret Level Security Clearance
Have experience/knowledge in current Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) guidelines
State Medical Licensure
Eight (8) years of experience as an attending physician, with a majority of the experience being within an emergency room and/or in direct support of military operations
Trained and certified to current, U.S. - recognized standards
English language proficiency (minimum Level III)
Obtain and maintain weapons qualifications
Must successfully pass all required courses specified by the client

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Effective patient engagement and care
Awareness of importance of protection of confidential data
Ability to economically use time, equipment and supplies
Dedication to safety and welfare of patients and other employees
Must be able to instill confidence in patients and personnel; determine proper procedures and methods and evaluate results
Must be able to make decisions on his or her own; adapt to emergency situations; be alert to changes in the patient's condition
A keen attention to detail
Familiarity with tools, techniques and procedures of emergency and trauma medicine
Prior experience in the military is preferred

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