- Initially perform in the capacity as Second-in-Command (SIC) in a Bell 412 Helicopter with eventual upgrade to Pilot-in-Command (PIC). | - Initially perform in the capacity as SIC in the B200 airplane with eventual upgrade to PIC. | - Deploy for duration up to two weeks as a crewmember aboard Department of Energy (DOE) aircraft or via commercial means to perform remote sensing missions worldwide. | - Develop written mission planning documents, risk/hazards assessments for missions, perform and provide safety and mission briefings to the technical crew, e.g., mission scientists, and electronic technician/operators. | - Perform related work as assigned by supervisor.
MSTS is seeking a full-time Board Certified Occupational Medicine physician to serve as the Deputy Medical Director. This position will report directly to the Site Occupational Medical Director and is responsible for the medical aspects of the company in their absence. The Deputy Medical Director will establish and maintain a solid reputation for clinical excellence, compassionate care, and provide treatment to a diverse clientele. Work location will rotate between the Nevada National Security Site and North Las Vegas clinics. This position will provide clinical duties as assigned including but not limited to: | - Serves as coach and mentor to advanced practitioners, nursing and clinical support staff | - Occupational and non-occupational injury/illness evaluation, triage and treatment | - Pre-placement examinations | - Medical surveillance/qualification examinations | - Oversee and facilitate the implementation of health surveillance criteria | - Identify and track adverse health effects and facilitate follow-up health evaluations regarding those findings | - Serve as a Medical Review Officer (MRO) for all drug testing requirements | - Work closely with Industrial Hygiene staff to stay familiar with worker exposure and monitoring | - Utilize training and expertise to determine and monitor employee work restrictions | - Develop support documentation to provide procedure guidelines for best practice functions within the clinical setting | - Interface with outside departments to provide medical guidance for employee participation in physical fitness activities | - Provide backup for on-call duties with the paramedics and Emergency Operations Center. | - Assist onsite Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel in extending scope of practice response events | - Manage subordinates in a clinical setting | - Maintain compliance with all State, Federal and Department of Energy regulations and requirements | | In addition, this position is responsible for medical aspects of the Human Reliability Program (HRP) as defined in 10 CFR Part 712 and functions as the Designated Physician and backup Physical Protection Medical Director (PPMD) for 10 CFR 1046. Assists the Site Occupational Medical Director in ensuring the clinical aspects of the site medical program meet the requirements as outlined in 10 CFR 851.