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Clinical Psychology

US Navy Columbus, OH +16 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


10 days ago

Cryptology

US Navy Philadelphia, PA +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 Riverside, CA +7 locations

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


10 days ago

Industrial Hygiene

US Navy Seattle, WA +10 locations

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


10 days ago

Physical Therapy

US Navy Kansas City, KS +6 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


10 days ago

Physician Assistant

US Navy Raleigh, NC +7 locations

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


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Biochemistry

US Navy Columbus, OH +6 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 Dallas, TX +11 locations

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


10 days ago

Nursing

US Navy Hartford, CT +4 locations

Perioperative Nurses These are licensed professional nurses who collaborate with surgeons to plan for complex surgical procedures. They… US Navy


10 days ago

Entomology

US Navy Denver, CO +5 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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