DDC IT Services, LLC (DDC-ITS) is SBA 8(a) SDB certified a company dedicated to solving IT business problems for three major markets: Federal, Commercial and Tribal. DDC-ITS is 100% owned by the Navajo Nation and has been in business since 2011. Our focus is on the ever-changing world of Cyber Security with respect to staffing for building and securing networks and enterprise applications. Another focus is to provide businesses with the Hardware & Software to meet their needs. We both sell and implement complete business solutions.
DDC IT Services will accommodate individuals with disabilities that need assistance applying for open positions.
DDC IT Services is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer subject to the Navajo Preference in Employment Act.
The Military Health Advisor shall provide guidance and advice to MOD personnel regarding the development of a comprehensive health and treatment program to support the MOD and SNA.
The Military Health Advisor shall advise the MOD on the establishment and conduct of professional training programs related to military health systems.
The Military Health Advisor shall assist, advise, analyze, recommend, and issue guidance on the development of personnel policies, plans and programs related to military health for the MOD
The Military Health Advisor shall advise and assist the MOD on the development and implementation of policies, procedures, and standards for determining military medical work force requirements.
The Military Health Advisor shall assist the MoD leadership on the development and implementation of a plan to improve the MoD’s health management capability from the tactical up to the strategic levels.
The Military Health Advisor shall assist with the development of the MoD’s health training curriculum, as well as accountability, inventory and management of MoD and SNA systems and equipment.
The Military Health Advisor shall provide guidance and assistance in drafting training plans to support modernization efforts and operational objectives. Training plans should include, but not be limited to, understanding and the implementation of the following critical areas of health management: material management, health planning, program development, and accountability procedures.
Civilian and/or former U.S. military medical officers minimum grade of O-4.
Advisor shall hold a medical degree (MD), or doctoral degree (PhD) or master’s degree in health or social sciences, or a related advanced degree relevant to the field of RH/FP.
Demonstrated minimum of ten (10) years of experience in military health programs.
Demonstrated experience regarding utilization of information systems for military health operations.
Demonstrated directly related prior experience of at least two years working and collaborating with donor-funded organizations, public, private/commercial, and non-governmental entities.
Demonstrated minimum of five (5) years’ experience living and working in developing countries.
Clinical degree is preferred.