USA: Pre-Commissioning Unit Mississippi Successfully Completes Christening Milestone

first_img View post tag: successfully View post tag: Pre-Commissioning View post tag: Christening USA: Pre-Commissioning Unit Mississippi Successfully Completes Christening Milestone View post tag: Mississippi Pre-Commissioning Unit Mississippi (SSN 782) sponsor Ms. Allison Stiller christened the ninth Virginia-class submarine during a ceremony at General Dynamics Electric Boat, Dec. 3.During her remarks, Stiller mentioned today marked the 38th christening that she has attended, but emphasized how special the day was for her.“All of the christenings have been special, but this will be the most special one that I will be a part of,” said Stiller. “The ship may be made of steel and fiber and the finest technology, but the crew is what is most important.”Stiller christened the Virginia-class submarine with sparkling wine. Similar practices became a popular tradition as the 19th century ended, according to the Navy’s History and Heritage Command. The first such occasion was when a granddaughter of Secretary of the Navy Benjamin P. Tracy used a bottle of champagne to christen Maine, the Navy’s first steel battleship, at the New York Navy Yard, Nov. 18, 1890.Keeping with tradition, 121 years later, the Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, a native of Mississippi, attended and spoke at the christening. He discussed the day’s significance for the Nation, the great state of Mississippi, the Navy, and the Virginia-class submarine program. “For the men and women who built Mississippi and those who crew her, it is your work that proves an effective partnership between Navy and Industry can keep costs under control,” said Mabus.Mabus reflected on the hard work and teamwork of the shipbuilders and crew to create a world-class submarine.“It is the work of shipbuilders and the crew that guarantees our submarine force remains the best in the world. It is your work that assures that the Navy and Marine Corps stay the most formidable expeditionary fighting force the world has ever known,” said Mabus. “And it is your work that guarantees freedom around the globe. When you look at this ship, you know American exceptionalism will not only survive, it will prevail.”In addition to the Secretary of the Navy and Ms. Stiller, other U.S. Navy officials attending the ceremony included Sean Stackley: assistant secretary of the Navy – Research, Development and Acquisition; Adm. Kirkland Donald, director, Naval Nuclear Propulsion; Vice Adm. John Richardson, commander, Submarine Forces; Vice Adm. Kevin McCoy, commander, Naval Sea Systems Command; Rear Adm. Barry Bruner, director, Undersea Warfare Division; Rear Adm. David Johnson, program executive officer for Submarines; and Rear Adm. Rick Breckenridge, commander, Submarine Group 2.During Richardson’s remarks he reflected on the motto for the state and the warship, “By Valor and Arms – Virtute et Armis.”“What a terrific motto for a state and for a warship. It’s terrific to be here in Groton to celebrate the christening of PCU Mississippi,” said Richardson. “We just commissioned USS California in late October and she’s already at sea. We’re christening Mississippi today, and we have PCUs Minnesota, North Dakota and John Warner in construction right behind her.”Richardson highlighted the success of the Virginia-class submarines already commissioned and in the fleet.“USS Virginia, USS Hawaii, and USS Texas are in the fleet and have already made extended deployments. USS North Carolina began her maiden deployment just a few days ago. These super-capable warships, whether at sea on station or in construction, form a powerful message that communicates the dedication of the shipbuilders, the Sailors, and the entire United States,” said Richardson.State and local officials from Connecticut and Mississippi attending the christening included U.S. Reps. Steven Palazzo (Mississippi) and Joe Courtney (Connecticut); Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour; U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal of (Connecticut); Matthew J. Mulherin: president, Newport News Shipbuilding; John P. Casey – president, General Dynamics Electric Boat.During Barbour’s remarks he welcomed PCU Mississippi on behalf of his great state, which will mark its 194th anniversary of entering the Union Dec. 10.“On behalf of the three million citizens, I’m honored to claim her as one of our own,” said Barbour. “The Mississippi will be an incredible platform to defend our shores and extend our powers.”Breckenridge assumed command in August 2011 and reflected on major milestones achieved this year to include the commissioning of USS California (SSN 781), and now the christening of PCU Mississippi.“Maintaining the significant advantage our Nation enjoys in the undersea domain is a vital security imperative. Bad things don’t happen in the world because of the watchful covert presence and potent influence of our undersea forces,” said Breckenridge. “The christening of Mississippi is a tangible reminder of our commitment to safeguarding this advantage by investing in the best submarines built by the world’s greatest shipbuilding industrial base.”Last month, Stiller was invited by Electric Boat to turn the controls to let the water flow to float the submarine for the first time. Since the keel laying in 2010 when her initials where welded to inside the hull, Stiller has routinely visited the submarine and her crew. Her support exemplifies the submarine’s motto.“Every opportunity I have to spend time with the fine crew of the Mississippi on the deckplates of our boat is a true honor,” said Stiller. “It is such a privilege to interact with the dedicated and highly motivated Sailors, officers, and shipbuilders bringing Mississippi to life.”Capt. John McGrath, commanding officer of PCU Mississippi discussed the crew’s participation and excitement leading up to this pivotal moment in the life of the submarine.“When I reported to PCU Mississippi in December 2009, exactly two years ago, I stood ready to bring the crew and our Virginia-class submarine to life,” said McGrath. “Today is a pivotal point in the submarine’s history and I’m deeply honored to serve my Nation and my Navy in this capacity.”McGrath, a native of Neptune, N.J., leads a crew of about 142 officers and enlisted personnel. He graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1990, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering.Virginia-class submarines are built under a unique teaming arrangement between General Dynamics Electric Boat and Huntington Ingalls Industries – Newport News. Construction on the submarine began in February 2007 and will be commissioned in June 2012.Once commissioned in 2012, Mississippi, like all Virginia-class submarines is designed to dominate both the littorals and deep oceans. It will serve as a valuable asset in supporting the core capabilities of Maritime Strategy, sea control, power projection, forward presence, maritime security and deterrence.[mappress]Naval Today Staff , December 06, 2011; Image: navy View post tag: milestone View post tag: Unit Industry newscenter_img Back to overview,Home naval-today USA: Pre-Commissioning Unit Mississippi Successfully Completes Christening Milestone December 6, 2011 View post tag: News by topic View post tag: completes View post tag: Naval View post tag: Navy Share this articlelast_img read more

Navy Assists in Repatriation of Indian Fishermen

first_img View post tag: Naval Navy Assists in Repatriation of Indian Fishermen Training & Education View post tag: Assists View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Indian Sri Lanka Navy assisted in the repatriation of 23 Indian fishermen along with 5 fishing boats on 27th July 2012.The fishermen, with their fishing trawlers were handed over to the Indian Coast Guard Ship “Rani Abbakka ” at the International Maritime Boundary Line, off Thalai-Mannar, by Sri Lanka Naval Vessels “ Edithara II” and “ P- 212” attached to the North Central Naval Command.Repatriation of Indian fishermen and their boats comes as a direct result of the collaborative efforts made by the Sri Lanka Navy and the Indian officials.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, July 30, 2012; Image: Sri Lanka Navy View post tag: Navy View post tag: Repatriation View post tag: Fishermen July 30, 2012 Back to overview,Home naval-today Navy Assists in Repatriation of Indian Fishermen Share this articlelast_img read more

Australian DoD Hands Over Perth Wave Energy Project’s Onshore Site to Carnegie

first_img View post tag: Defense View post tag: energy Share this article View post tag: Navy Back to overview,Home naval-today Australian DoD Hands Over Perth Wave Energy Project’s Onshore Site to Carnegie View post tag: News by topic July 12, 2013 View post tag: Defence View post tag: Perthcenter_img Australian DoD Hands Over Perth Wave Energy Project’s Onshore Site to Carnegie View post tag: Naval View post tag: Australia The onshore site for the Perth Wave Energy Project, located at Garden Island, HMAS Stirling has been officially handed over from the Australian Department of Defence to Carnegie Wave Energy Limited.Carnegie has been working with Defence since the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding in December 2008.In July 2012, Carnegie signed power supply and grid connection agreements with the Australian Department of Defence for electrical power from the project to be supplied exclusively to HMAS Stirling. “Handover of the onshore site follows the recent procurement of key elements of the project and was a necessary step prior to the commencement of construction,” said Mr Tim Sawyer, Carnegie Project Development Manager.“It is a significant step in the implementation of Carnegie’s Perth Project, indicative of the significant amount of work by both the Department of Defence and Carnegie.”The project will not only be the first grid-connection wave energy project to use Carnegie’s CETO wave energy technology to produce power and fresh water, it will also be the first commercial scale wave power unit deployed in Australia.Named after a Greek sea goddess, CETO offers the potential to revolutionise power and water production globally, Mr Sawyer explained. “It will involve the installation and operation of submerged CETO units attached to the sea floor,” said Mr Sawyer.“These are connected to two small diameter pipelines, laid on the seabed, that run back to a shore-based power and water generation facility located on Garden Island.”“CETO harnesses the enormous renewable energy present in our ocean’s waves and converts it into two of the most valuable commodities underpinning the sustainable growth of the planet; zero-emission electricity and zero-emission desalinated water.”Unlike other wave energy systems currently under development around the world, the CETO wave power converter is the first unit to be fully-submerged and to produce high pressure water from the power of waves.With CETO units fully submerged and permanently anchored to the sea floor, they have no visual impact, are environmentally friendly, attract marine life and are safe from the extreme forces that can be present during storms.The careful selection of CETO unit anchoring points ensures they are anchored in deep water away from popular surf breaksBy delivering high pressure water ashore, the technology allows either zero-emission electricity to be produced (similar to hydroelectricity) or zero-emission freshwater (utilising standard reverse osmosis desalination technology). The system can also be used for co-production of zero-emission electricity and freshwater.The Perth Wave Energy Project, including the addition of desalination, is supported by a total of $19million in grant funding from the Australian Federal Government’s Emerging Renewables Program, the Clean Technology Innovation Program and the Western Australian State Government’s Low Emissions Energy Development fund.Completion of the construction phase is anticipated to occur in September 2013 with commissioning of the project forecasted for the first quarter of 2014.[mappress]Press Release, July 12, 2013; Image: Australian Navy View post tag: project Equipment & technology View post tag: wavelast_img read more

USS Denver Remembers USS Peary, Departs Darwin

first_imgBack to overview,Home naval-today USS Denver Remembers USS Peary, Departs Darwin USS Denver Remembers USS Peary, Departs Darwin View post tag: Darwin Chief selectees aboard amphibious transport dock ship USS Denver (LPD 9) held a wreath laying memorial in honor of sunken destroyer USS Peary (DD 226) as they departed Darwin, Australia, Sept. 8.Peary was sunk just outside of Darwin Feb. 19, 1942 after she came under attack by Japanese dive bombers during World War II, resulting in 88 deaths and 13 injuries.“This signifies that we have not forgotten the legacy left behind by those men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice to defend our freedom,” said Chief Machinist’s Mate (Sel) David C. Jumper.Denver’s visit to Darwin served primarily as a liberty port for the crew and followed a working port visit in Dili, Timor-Leste. Sailors and Marines had the opportunity to participate in community service projects and enjoy some personal time while in port.Denver is on patrol with the Bonhomme Richard Amphibious Ready Group, commanded by Amphibious Squadron (PHIBRON) 11, and is currently participating in Exercise Koolendong with the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit.[mappress]Press Release, September 09, 2013; Image: US Navy View post tag: Departs Training & Education View post tag: USS Share this article View post tag: News by topiccenter_img View post tag: Denver View post tag: Navy View post tag: Naval View post tag: Australia View post tag: Defence September 9, 2013 View post tag: Defenselast_img read more

US Navy Sailors Drive Potent New Riverine Boat

first_imgBack to overview,Home naval-today US Navy Sailors Drive Potent New Riverine Boat View post tag: Riverine View post tag: Naval Training & Education “There are lots of concepts we’re trying to prove out here,” said Capt. Joseph DiGuardo, commodore of Task Force 56, whose job is to assess the armored boat’s uses for explosive ordnance disposal, Seabees and more.The unnamed craft – numbered 65PB1101 – arrived here aboard a cargo ship in February, shipped from San Diego. The 65-foot, 50-ton CCB was built by Bremerton, Wash.-based SAFE Boats International.The craft is similar in form and features to the larger Mark VI patrol boats being built by SAFE Boats. The first of six Mark VIs is scheduled for delivery in the early fall.Until the Mark VIs get here, CTF 56 will use the CCB to prove new operating concepts.The craft, steered by a joystick and able to top 35 knots, got a thumbs-up from crew members on a recent trip.The craft is a major step up from the U.S. Navy’s riverine command boats operating in the Persian Gulf.“It has the legs and endurance to get us out into some of the blue-water areas,” DiGuardo said March 28.The craft carries a crew of 10 to enable port-and-starboard watches of five Sailors with a boat captain in command – the same setup used on the RCBs.Seats on heavy-duty shock mountings are fitted for 13 SEALs in the main compartment, each with laptop connections. Video screens abound in the vessel’s interior.Sound-deadening curtains separate the berthing area from the galley and an electronics space, and noise-reducing floor mats reduce machinery and water noise. A galley is fitted, along with a head and shower and five racks for crew rest.The CCB features an armored citadel enclosing the propulsion plant and fuel tanks.Numerous automatic and crew-served weapons are fitted topside, up to .50-caliber machine guns.Standoff weapons like Griffin and Spike missiles are to be tested on the vessel, DiGuardo said. When such weapons are mounted, a qualified tactical action officer will be aboard.Cradles on the fantail and a small handling crane were installed in Bahrain to handle two 800-pound mine-detection vehicles, and the vessel is intended to function as a platform for a variety of unmanned vehicles, including Puma UAVs.Small rubber rafts can be launched off the step-down stern, and divers have easy access off the fantail or on either side amidships.CTF 56 has installed the CCB on its own dock in Bahrain, and plans to operate the vessel in a variety of scenarios around the Gulf region, occasionally transporting it even farther afield.Ultimately, the CCB is to be returned to the U.S. after the Mark VIs arrive, according to U.S. Navy Expeditionary Combat Command.The 85-foot Mark VIs will be larger and, with two Mark 38 stabilized 25mm machine gun mounts, more heavily armed, designed to engage with hostile fast attack craft. After the first boat is delivered this year, three more are to follow in fiscal 2015 and two more in 2016.[mappress]Press Release, May 14, 2014; Image: US Navy US Navy Sailors Drive Potent New Riverine Boat View post tag: US View post tag: Drive View post tag: Navy View post tag: New View post tag: sailors View post tag: Potent It’s small, fast, heavily armed, networked and one of a kind. But the new coastal command boat just starting to operate in this region is giving sailors in the Persian Gulf a taste of the swift and bad-ass boats coming to the brown-water Navy. View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Boat May 14, 2014 Share this articlelast_img read more

USNS Wheeler, USNS Fast Tempo Take Part in OPDS Drill

first_img View post tag: Navy View post tag: americas View post tag: Take Part View post tag: Korea USNS Vadm K. R. WheelerMilitary Sealift Command (MSC) vessels USNS Wheeler (T-AG 5001) and USNS Fast Tempo participated in an Offshore Petroleum Discharge System (OPDS) exercise off of Dogu Beach, Pohang, Republic of Korea (ROK) from Sept. 12-22. Back to overview,Home naval-today USNS Wheeler, USNS Fast Tempo Take Part in OPDS Drill Share this article View post tag: Drill View post tag: USNS Fast Tempo USNS Wheeler, USNS Fast Tempo Take Part in OPDS Drillcenter_img The OPDS exercise is a MSC sponsored, semi-annual event that allows crewmembers to exercise the full capabilities of the OPDS system in a real-world environment. USNS Wheeler is a government-owned, contractor-operated vessel. Approximately 20 civilian mariners operate and navigate the ship, along with eight crew members who operate and deploy the OPDS.“The OPDS system is designed to be fully operational in less than 48 hours from arrival; therefore, it is important for crew members to remain sharp on OPDS operations in the event of a contingency,” said John Mansfield, captain of USNS Wheeler. “The exercise also exposes military personnel in all branches of both U.S. and ROK forces to the unique capabilities of these vessels and the importance they play in defense and logistical support.”During the OPDS Exercise, Wheeler was positioned approximately 9,000 feet from Dogu Beach using her sophisticated Dynamic Positioning System (DPS), which allows the ship to automatically approach and maintain positioning from a designated fixed point without anchoring. The OPDS flexible piping was then connected to the Beach Termination Unit (BTU), and 65,000 gallons of potable water was pumped through all eight miles of flexible pipe that was laid out on the ocean bottom.[mappress]Press Release, September 25, 2014; Image: September 25, 2014 View post tag: News by topic View post tag: OPDS View post tag: asia View post tag: USNS Wheeler View post tag: Naval Authoritieslast_img read more

FGS Brandenburg Contributes for VBSS Ops

first_img March 25, 2015 View post tag: Naval Authorities Boarding teams from five Gulf of Guinea countries are using the German navy frigate FGS Brandenburg (F215) to enhance their abilities to complete visit, board, search and seizure (VBSS) operations during Exercise Obangame Express 2015, from March 19 to 27, 2015.After boarding the ship, the boarding teams are confronted with situations that require them to detain and question suspects, clear rooms and respond to medical emergencies in order to effectively demonstrate their capabilities to perform in potentially hostile shipboard environments.Lt. j.g. Yaw Achiaw Owusu-Danso, boarding team leader, Ghana navy, said:Boarding operations are very important in the Gulf of Guinea because recently we have had to deal with a number of security challenges. Boarding operations help us deal with or control some of these problems.The countries participating in boarding exercises aboard the Brandenburg are the Ivory Coast, Ghana, Nigeria, Togo and Benin.[mappress mapid=”15498″]Image: US Navy View post tag: FGS Brandenburg View post tag: africa View post tag: Navy Share this article View post tag: VBSS View post tag: News by topic FGS Brandenburg Contributes for VBSS Ops Back to overview,Home naval-today FGS Brandenburg Contributes for VBSS Ops View post tag: Obangame Expresslast_img read more

USS Gerald R. Ford completes propulsion plant repairs

first_img Share this article The US Navy has announced that repairs to the USS Gerald R. Ford’s propulsion plant have been completed at Huntington Ingalls Industries-Newport News Shipbuilding.As revealed by the navy, the aircraft carrier’s propulsion plant was re-delivered after more than 12 months of maintenance and repairs as part of the ship’s post-shakedown availability (PSA).Troubles with Ford’s propulsion system were first noted while conducting trials at sea in January 2018, when the crew identified a component in the propulsion train that was operating outside of design specifications.HII-NNS determined that the issue was due to a manufacturing defect (not improper operation) in the propulsion train component that affected the same component in the other propulsion trains.In May 2018, three days into a planned underway to continue testing and evaluation, the ship experienced another propulsion plant issue associated with a design modification which resulted in Ford returning to homeport. Once in Norfolk, adjustments were made and the ship returned to sea later that month.Ford returned to port June 7, 2018, following the completion of all required ship testing during its at sea period. During these tests, the navy and Newport News Shipbuilding determined the required steps to correct the manufacturing defects would be fully corrected during Ford’s PSA.Ford’s propulsion issues weren’t with the nuclear reactors themselves, the navy said. The issues resided in the mechanical components associated in turning steam created by the nuclear plant into spinning screws that propel the ship through the water.Since first getting underway on April 8, 2017, Ford has conducted 10 underway evolutions and has completed all of the testing that was required prior to beginning the ship’s PSA last summer. The navy said the lessons learned, corrections, and design changes would be integrated in the construction of the next ships in the Ford-class of aircraft carriers. View post tag: HII View post tag: US Navy View post tag: USS Gerald R. Ford View post tag: Gerald R. Ford-class Photo: USS Gerald R. Ford at Newport News in March 2019. Photo: US Navylast_img read more

Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Visiting Scholar – Short Term

first_imgThe Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Visiting Scholars conductresearch on important issues related to the United States, Europeand World Order at the Johns Hopkins University School of AdvancedInternational Studies (SAIS) in Washington, D.C.During the academic year 2019-2020 the university intends to hostthe following scholars:• 1 academic year scholar for a nine (9) month period fromSeptember 2019 to May 2020• 2-3 short-term scholars for an in-residence period of between 1and 3 monthsScholars are integrated into research, training, and outreachactivities of the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor atthe university. During the academic year 2019-2020 research andrelated activities will focus on Europe’s role in global order.Scholars will join a cohort of post-doctoral fellows who will focuson this subject during a regular series of high-level seminars,peer review sessions, and opportunities for direct engagement withsenior foreign policy practitioners and leading scholars ofstatecraft and world order. Each scholar is expected to complete aresearch paper during the period of residence according to theterms of the assignment entered into with the Foundation.To view the posting seeking long term scholars, visit must have a doctorate or be at the post-doctorate level,have demonstrated research capacity, be fluent in English, and beeligible for a J-1 visa. Preference will be given to those who areno more than 6 years beyond completing their dissertation, althoughothers are also eligible.For the short-term scholars, preference will also be given toqualified and competitive candidates from Austrian institutions,but we encourage applications from candidates from other countriesas well.StipendEach scholar will enter into a research assignment with theAustrian Marshall Plan Foundation and will receive a monthlystipend of up to $5,000, minus U.S. taxes; an office with computer;Internet access; access to Johns Hopkins University libraries andother facilities. Each scholar is expected to take care of his/hertravel, accommodation, health care coverage and livingexpenses.Application ProcedureEach applicant should submit the following (in English):1. A cover letter supporting the application.2. A 3 to 5 page double-spaced statement that proposes a researchproject, including its relevance to the research interests asoutlined above.3. A curriculum vitae.The applicant is responsible for collecting all materials andsubmitting them before March 30, 2019.The Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Visiting Scholars areselected by the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor and theAustrian Marshall Plan Foundation. Applicants will be notified byApril 30, 2019.The 2019-2020 academic year scholar begins on September 3, 2019.Short-term scholars can begin anytime between September 3, 2019 andMay 1, 2020.Interested, qualified applicants should send inquiries, coverletter, a current CV, and other documents via the Apply Nowlink.The Johns Hopkins University is committed to equal opportunity forits faculty, staff, and students. To that end, the university doesnot discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, marital status,pregnancy, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age,disability, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity orexpression, veteran status or other legally protectedcharacteristic. The university is committed to providing qualifiedindividuals access to all academic and employment programs,benefits and activities on the basis of demonstrated ability,performance and merit without regard to personal factors that areirrelevant to the program involved.The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to apre-employment background check.If you are interested in applying for employment with The JohnsHopkins University and require special assistance or accommodationduring any part of the pre-employment process, please contact theHR Business Services Office at [email protected] For TTYusers, call via Maryland Relay or dial 711.The following additional provisions may apply depending on whichcampus you will work. Your recruiter will adviseaccordingly.During the Influenza (“the flu”) season, as a condition ofemployment, The Johns Hopkins Institutions require all employeeswho provide ongoing services to patients or work in patient care orclinical care areas to have an annual influenza vaccination orpossess an approved medical or religious exception. Failure to meetthis requirement may result in termination of employment.The pre-employment physical for positions in clinical areas,laboratories, working with research subjects, or involvingcommunity contact requires documentation of immune status againstRubella (German measles), Rubeola (Measles), Mumps, Varicella(chickenpox), Hepatitis B and documentation of having received theTdap (Tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) vaccination. This may includedocumentation of having two (2) MMR vaccines; two (2) Varicellavaccines; or antibody status to these diseases from laboratorytesting. Blood tests for immunities to these diseases areordinarily included in the pre-employment physical exam except forthose employees who provide results of blood tests or immunizationdocumentation from their own health care providers. Anyvaccinations required for these diseases will be given at no costin our Occupational Health office.Equal Opportunity EmployerNote: Job Postings are updated daily and remain online untilfilled.EEO is the LawLearn more: legal information read more


first_imgThe University of Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity andAffirmative Action Employer.The Annual Security and FireSafety Report contains current campus safety and disciplinarypolicies, crime statistics for the previous 3 calendar years, andon-campus student housing fire safety policies and fire statisticsfor the previous 3 calendar years. UW-Madison will provide a papercopy upon request; please contact the University of Wisconsin PoliceDepartment . Position Vacancy ID: 95102-AS Employment Class: Term: FTE: Fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. Forappointment at the Clinical Associate Professor level, thecandidate must meet guidelines for appointment or promotion on theClinician-Teacher track in the UW School of Medicine and PublicHealth. 100% Working Title: The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is seeking asubspecialist in the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology andInfertility. The individual will be involved with outpatientclinics in endocrinology and infertility, surgical cases, inpatientattending, and call coverage.The School of Medicine and Public Health has a deep and profoundcommitment to diversity both as an end in itself but also as avaluable means for eliminating health disparities. As such, westrongly encourage applications from candidates who foster andpromote the values of diversity and inclusion. M.D. Obstetrics and Gynecology. BC/BE subspecialty reproductiveendocrinology and infertility. NegotiableANNUAL (12 months) Advertised Salary: Degree and area of specialization: This is a renewable appointment. SEPTEMBER 01, 2018 Position Summary: Job no: 95102-ASWork type: Staff-Full TimeDepartment: SMPH/OBGYN REPRO ENDOLocation: MadisonCategories: Health Care, Medical, Social Services Reproductive Endocrinologist Additional Information: Academic Staff-Renewable Wisconsin medical licensure, BC/BE reproductive endocrinology andinfertility. Anticipated Begin Date: Brandon [email protected] Access (WTRS): 7-1-1 (out-of-state: TTY: 800.947.3529, STS:800.833.7637) and above Phone number (See RELAY_SERVICE for furtherinformation. ) Applications Open: Jul 12 2018 Central Daylight TimeApplications Close: Minimum number of years and type of relevant workexperience: License or Certificate: CLINICAL PROFESSOR(D51NN) or CLINICAL ASSOC PROF(D52NN) or CLINICALASST PROF(D53NN) This vacancy is being announced simultaneously with PVL#95101 andPVL#95103 ; please note that only one vacancy exists. Having threepositions vacancy listing allows the School of Medicine and PublicHealth to consider candidates with both CHS-track faculty, CT-trackfaculty, and Tenure faculty track credentials for thisposition. A532830-MEDICAL SCHOOL/OBGYN REPRO ENDO To begin the application process please click on the ” button. Youwill be asked to create a profile and upload a resume, cover letterand list of references.The deadline for assuring full consideration is August 10, 2018,however positions will remain open and applications may beconsidered until the position is filled. Instructions to Applicants: Contact: Additional Link:Full Position Details NOTE: A Period of Evaluation will be Required Official Title: Hiring Department(s):last_img read more