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Clinical Psychology

US Navy Raleigh, NC +12 locations

Expand the boundaries of your degree in ways that outweigh civilian jobs in nearly every aspect. Your experience will be unrivaled. Your potential… US Navy


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Cryptology

US Navy Dallas, TX +5 locations

About this Job: Navy Linguists (also known as Cryptologic Technicians Interpretive, or CTIs) are highly skilled, detail-oriented men and women. In… US Navy


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Intelligence Specialist

US Navy Las Vegas, NV +7 locations

may include: tracking targets in real time, operating underwater communications equipment, defending ships against inbound threats, operating and… US Navy


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Pharmacy

US Navy Phoenix, AZ +5 locations

Plus, depending upon your credentials, you may be eligible for a $30,000 sign-on bonus and/or help repaying educational loans. Whether youre a… US Navy


30+ days ago

Industrial Hygiene

US Navy San Diego, CA +6 locations

Navy IHOs focus on shielding people, installations and equipment by managing risk within working, living and operating environments worldwide. This… US Navy


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Physician Assistant

US Navy Houston, TX +8 locations

Work in military hospitals and clinics on U.S. soil, overseas, aboard ships and with special operational… US Navy


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Physical Therapy

US Navy Boston, MA +5 locations

Your experience will be unrivaled. Youll use the best medical technology available. In some of the most dynamic working environments around the… US Navy


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Biochemistry

US Navy Pittsburgh, PA +5 locations

When you specialize in biochemistry, there are two distinct ways of making a difference as an Officer in the Medical Service Corps: Research… US Navy


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Research Physiology

US Navy Orlando, FL +9 locations

As a Navy Physiologist, you will apply innovative technologies in physiology and medicine to diagnose, treat and rehabilitate… US Navy


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Audiology

US Navy Providence, RI +4 locations

Your experience will be unrivaled, too. Youll use state-of-the-art equipment and take speech pathology to the maximum in real-world applications… US Navy


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    Navy Medicine Professional Development Center (NMPDC)

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
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    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at US Navy full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    The command has many flexible shifts, 8-hr, 9-hr, 10-hr, 8-flex, and 12-hr shifts from which to choose. They also have a variety of start times anywhere from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. in the morning. This makes it workable for commuters who want to avoid some if not all of the typical morning crush. NMPDC has a robust telework program. This is very helpful with life and weather events. Many folk or regular teleworkers one or two days a week and some more days. For the many flexibilities we won the 2012 Alfred P. Sloan Award for Excellence in Workplace Effectiveness and Flexibility in the When Work Works competition.

    Cons

    Parking is non-existent. There is a waiting list to ask for permission to drive your car to work. We have a high churn rate in staff and leadership as key military members receive orders. Navy medicine is undergoing much reorganization which brings uncertainty. NMPDC is Federally funded and that brings concerns for sequestration, furlough, and shutdown. We are mostly one-deep in key positions. The IT environment is changing and that can be frustrating.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Keep what works. Don't "shuffle the deck-chairs" just because you have the position for the next 13-18 months. Trust your managers. Counting "noses" can be done remotely. Cross-training and active mentoring would be welcome on a continual basis not once a year.

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