Manager, Occupational Medicine Clinic And Chief Medical Officer
Long Island, NY, USA | Brookhaven National Laboratory
Industry:Government / Military
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The Human Resources/Occupational Medicine Division has an opening for Manager, Occupational Medicine Clinic to lead BNL’s Occupational Medicine Clinic (OMC), a full service in-house occupational medicine clinic with a diverse staff of 13 (plus per diem nurses), including physicians, a nurse practitioner, staff nurses, an exercise physiologist, phlebotomists/lab technicians and administrative support.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Provide overall leadership and direction of BNL’s occupational medicine program, including program development, administration, creation and management of policies, procedures and management of personnel resources
Serve as BNL’s Chief Medical Officer and Medical Subject Matter Expert for health and safety issues.
Manage BNL’s Employee wellness program, and oversight of BNL’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) contractor
Manage BNL’s Absence Management and Injury Management programs
In accordance with the protocols established for both the Emergency Medical Service for the fire service and the Protective Forces for the police group at BNL, acts as cognizant physician to ensure compliance with all their program requirements.
Member of BNL’s Institutional Biosafety Committee
Preceptor, Stony Brook Preventive Medicine residents for their BNL field occupational medicine placement
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
M.D. or D.O., degree from an accredited medical school or college of osteopathy
Current active, or be able to obtain, a NY State Medical License in good standing
Board Certification or Board Eligibility in Occupational Medicine
At least 15 years’ experience in the field of Occupational Medicine
A minimum of five (5) years demonstrated leadership successfully supervising medical, health and safety personnel in a healthcare or occupational medicine clinic setting. Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Experience working for the U.S. Dept. of Energy, other Federal agency or a branch of the military, or for a contractor to same; thorough knowledge of the medical aspects of Federal health and safety regulations.
Occupational medicine experience working in a research, academic or industrial setting
Current Medical Review Officer certification
Experience managing or participating in drug and alcohol testing programs
Experience treating and managing occupational injuries
Experience with absence and disability management
Current U.S. Dept. of Transportation certification as a Medical Examiner
Emergency planning experience and/or work as physician for a fire or EMT service, and with security personnel (police or military).
Recent medical management of pandemic (e.g. COVID-19) for an employee population in an occupational medicine setting
Excellent interpersonal skills; success and experience working in interdisciplinary teams
Experience developing, managing or participating in a workplace wellness program
Strong clinical skills in adult medicine, occupational medicine and preventive medicine.
Environmental, Health & Safety Requirements:
Ability to wear a respirator
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