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Imagine what’s possible as a Navy Medicine Civilian supporting a Mission with Global Impact!
We see it on a daily basis - the need to respond quickly and swiftly, whether it’s a natural disaster or military crisis. A key component of that response is ensuring that our warfighters are medically ready. Creating this readiness is the core of our mission in Navy Medicine. With a community of over 2000 Navy Medicine civilian employees in over 50 different occupations, our Civilian Corps play a critical and foundational role in helping Department of the Navy meet its mission. 

We invite you to learn more about who we are, what we stand for and why our civilian employees come to work each day for Navy Medicine.  

Civilian Corp Chief, Mark Boman & Civilian Human Resources Director, Stephanie Wright
Mr. Mark Bowman

About the Civilian Corps

Our civilian workforce is a critical partner with our military members working side-by-side to support our Navy Medicine mission, ensuring that the Department of the Navy is deployment ready for combat, disaster relief and humanitarian efforts.  With over 50 different occupations our civilians are stationed at military treatment facilities, medical education institutions, clinics, hospitals, and research units worldwide!

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We offer competitive benefits and pay.
  • 23 days of time off for Federal Holidays and sick days and up to another 12 to 23 days off for annual leave (your annual leave increases as your time in service does).
  • We have some of the best insurance available to our employees with a variety of choices for life, dental, vision, health, and long-term care.
  • As a federal employee you also have a great retirement system, that includes a basic retirement program, federal social security and a 401K type Thrift Savings Plan that includes employer contributions.
  • Most importantly we support a great work life balance, with many positions utilizing flexible work schedules and telework.
  • We offer sign on recruitment or relocation bonuses or student loan repayment assistance.
We offer leadership development.
  • We have a dedicated corps to advocate and support civilian and leadership development with a goal to facilitate leading industry job skills, and development of leadership pathways.
Civilian Corps

Occupational Specialties

Our In Demand Navy Medicine Civilian Careers
Here are just a few of the occupations we are looking to fillWhether you are an experienced professional, veteran, military spouse, individual with a disability or recently graduated student there is a place for you in Navy Medicine.
  • Industrial Hygienist, GS-0690
  • Health Technician, GS-0640
  • Financial Management Analysts, GS-0501
  • Information Technology Specialist, GS-2210
  • Management Analyst, GS-343
  • Health Systems Specialist, GS-671
  • Physical Science Technician, GS-1311
  • Research positions in a variety of GS occupational series.
Juan Perez, a management and program analyst, assigned to the Administrative Department, Naval Medical Research Unit (NAMRU) San Antonio

Contact Us

If you would like more information about the Civilian Corps, please email:

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