USAJobs can be a great resource for those looking to enter public service for the first time or career public servants interested in finding new job opportunities. To help promote interest in the site and the thousands of jobs it has listed, GovLoop will highlight some of the more interesting opportunities available in a blog post each week. Welcome to the latest edition of our exciting federal employment opportunities roundup!
- Physician – Emergency Medicine
If you’ve got ice in your veins, years of medical school under your belt, and want to relocate to Yokosuka, Japan, the Naval Medical Command has the perfect job for you. They’re looking for an experienced physician to provide emergency medical services, so this could be the perfect position for those who work best under pressure with tight deadlines. Click here to view the job.
- Airplane Pilot – Simulator Instructor
Are you looking for all the thrills of aviation with none of the risks? The Department of the Air Force needs someone to lead simulated pilot training, and it could be you if you’ve got the right virtual chops. Click here to view the job.
- Aircraft Survival Flight Equipment Repairer
What about if you’re looking for all the thrills of aviation with all the risks borne by others? The Air Force needs someone to inspect and evaluate aircrew flight equipment and provide technical instruction to pilots and crew, so this could be the perfect position if you love flying but hate flying, if that makes sense. Click here to view the job.
- Forestry Technician – Hotshot
Whether you are a hotshot or are looking to become one, the Interior Department may have an opportunity for you. They’re seeking someone to fight fires and look cool doing it. Click here to view the job.
- Research Chemist
The Agriculture Department’s Agricultural Research Service needs someone to wear a lab coat, pour volatile chemicals into beakers and test tubes, and conduct research on wheat grain composition. If the thought of wheat whets your professional appetite, you could be exactly who they’re looking for. Click here to view the job.