The FBI’s Chief Medical Officer (CMO) is the main point of contact for all FBI medical issues. The CMO oversees all of the FBI’s medical programs, including employee wellness, physical and psychological evaluations of job applicants and day-to-day medical and emergency care of FBI employees. While your role will not directly entail interaction with patients, you will oversee all teams and processes responsible for care. You’ll ensure the FBI’s medical preparedness, oversee its medical programs and be the primary expert on FBI, DOJ and congressional inquiries regarding medical matters. You will have frequent contact with the highest levels of FBI and DOJ, including the FBI Director and Attorney General.
As the FBI CMO, you will be responsible for oversight and technical evaluation of all medical physicians, psychiatrists and psychologists. You will:
Provide technical performance input into licensed medical provider performance appraisal reports.
Be responsible for evaluating the credentials of those hired by the FBI, as well as contractors used for medical psychological evaluations of employees.
Ensure that the opinions provided by physicians and psychologists are accurate.
Conduct research, development and promulgation of medical and health-/safety-related policies and standards.
Serve as the principle medical advisor to FBI executives on major health, welfare and health-related safety issues of concern to FBI employees.
Serve as advisor and overseer of professional employees and contractors, particularly in the areas of fitness for duty of employees, medical mandates, applicant cases, reasonable accommodation decisions, worker’s compensation cases and environmental workplace safety issues.
Your duties as CMO will be as follows:
Chair the Medical Advisory Committee.
Chair the Medical Mandates Evaluation Board.
Serve as approving authority for contracted medical services across the FBI.
Oversee the medical and mental health credentialing process.
Review Fitness for Duty (FFD) medical and mental health disqualification/denial appeals.
Consider On-board Psychological FFD requests from Divisional leadership.
Approve all medical directive policies.
Liaise with IC/Law Enforcement partners on common medical issues.
Provide consultation to EM regarding medical threats to the FBI mission; make recommendations to mitigate or prevent medical threats.
Liaise with the FBI Safety Program in developing a forward-leaning, comprehensive blood-borne pathogen, lead exposure and hearing protection program.
Lead the development of medical contingency plans (pandemic Flu, Zika, Ebola, etc.)
Ensure internal and external coordination of all medical preparedness and response activities of the FBI, including training, exercise and equipment support.
Respond to all congressional and DOJ inquiries regarding medical matters.
Provide clinical practice leadership.
Be responsible and accountable for planning, organizing and coordinating all clinical programs and interdisciplinary programs.
Ensure compliance with clinical practice guidelines.
Provide medical input into relevant FBI policies during the collaboration process.
Provide education/training to executive management regarding occupational and operational medical programs.
Make recommendations regarding medical hardship transfers.
Be a licensed M.D. with 15 to 20+ years of experience.
Experience in family medicine and internal medicine, with preference given to occupational health experience and emergency experience.
Experience managing large medical programs at the Executive Director level..
MPH or MHA degree a plus.
In addition, we’re seeking candidates who possess:
Exceptional executive management and leadership experience.
An ability to quickly grasp details of cases requiring health and medical expertise and clearly communicate the impact to non-expert colleagues and teams both internally and externally.
An ability to be detail-oriented, yet keep a strategic focus.
An ability to objectively evaluate information and make sound judgments.
Honesty and integrity must be the foundation of who you are.
Demonstrated health expertise and ability to respond calmly and effectively in crisis situations.
How to Apply
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter detailing your experience to firstname.lastname@example.org, with subject line “Chief Medical Officer.” We’re looking forward to receiving your application.
The FBI is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for this vacancy. Except where otherwise provided by law, selection will be made without regard to, and there will be no discrimination because of color, race, religion, national origin, political affiliation, marital status, parental status, physical or mental disability, genetic information, age, sex, sexual orientation, membership or non-membership in an employee organization, or on the basis of personal favoritism, or any other non-merit factors.
The FBI is an intelligence-driven national security and law enforcement agency. Our mission is to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution of the United States by providing investigative expertise, intelligence, resources and training to domestic and international agencies and partners.
Our mission is simple, but our work is complex. We have a diverse culture of employees that make us one family — OneFBI.
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