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Clinical Psychology

US Navy Columbus, OH +10 locations

Care for patients in military hospitals and clinics in the U.S. or overseas Offer inpatient care, outpatient care and substance abuse programs Work… US Navy


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Cryptology

US Navy Raleigh, NC +7 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 Seattle, WA +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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Industrial Hygiene

US Navy Indianapolis, IN +10 locations

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


7 days ago

Pharmacy

US Navy San Jose, CA +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


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Physician Assistant

US Navy Phoenix, AZ +3 locations

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


8 days ago

Physical Therapy

US Navy New York, NY +7 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 Boston, MA +9 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 Salt Lake City, UT +3 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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Entomology

US Navy Pittsburgh, PA +11 locations

As an Officer in the Navy Medical Service Corps, youll plan, direct and participate in operational, consultative, training, quarantine and research… US Navy


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    I would do it again if I could! Retired after 25 years.

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    Former Employee - Fire Control Technician CPO/Chief Warrant Officer III in Saint Marys, GA (US)
    Former Employee - Fire Control Technician CPO/Chief Warrant Officer III in Saint Marys, GA (US)

    I worked at US Navy full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    - Job satisfaction
    - Travel to all parts of the world
    - Camaraderie
    - Sense of belonging
    - Submarine life was great!

    Cons

    - Early in my career, we spent a lot of time away from home, but it's not that way anymore
    - If you happen to get stuck with a bad "Top 3" (C.O., X.O., COB (CMC)), life WILL be very difficult and morale WILL suffer
    - Too many dirtbags get promoted to Chief Petty Officer just because their job rating needs more Chiefs
    - Using education benefits and other things to entice people to join; people should join because they want to serve their country, not to milk the system for what THEY can get out of it

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Listen more to the junior enlisted personnel; they're the experts on the job
    - STOP buckling to political correctness (i.e., women on submarines, openly gay people being allowed to serve, etc.)
    - Get back to the "Work Hard, Play Hard" lifestyle of days gone by; that's the only way morale will improve

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