LJT & Associates, Inc

Health Unit Physician

US-VA-Wallops Island
Job ID
Occupational Medicine - Other Healthcare Support
Security Clearance Required


LJT & Associates, Inc. provides a wide range of support services to the U.S. Government and International customers.  We are a certified business with expertise in the analysis, design, development, and implementation of a variety of engineering, BOSS and hardware integration solutions. The company is seeking a part-time or fulltime Physician to act as a consultant on the NASA WICC II contract. The consultant Physician will work and manage the Wallops Health Unit. The position is located at Wallops Flight Facility in Wallops Island, VA.


The successful candidate will be classified as a consultant/non-LJT employee.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Provides a comprehensive occupational medicine program and operates a health unit at WFF, Wallops Flight Facility, Wallops Island VA.  Professional physician services also include minimal emergency care, some health maintenance, limited non-occupational medicine and health education and counseling. 
  • Provides emergency evaluation and first aid treatment in order to save life, relieve suffering and maximize stability.
  • Provide initial evaluation and treatment for all personnel who sustain an on-the-job injury or occupational illness
  • Administers medications furnished by the employee on a visit to the unit if medication is covered by a prescription from the individual's private physician (e.g. allergy shots).  Administers treatments covered by an order from the individual's private physician.
  • Health maintenance, job fitness, medical surveillance, and regulatory required examinations are performed.
  • Administers immunizations    
  • Responds to the command post of an emergency
  • Establishes and conducts a Health Education Program
  • Serves as Medical Review Officer (MRO) in the Drug Free Workplace Program.   
  • Maintains medical records of all examinations in the Government’s electronic health record system
  • Develops and updates all policies and procedures of the health unit



  • Graduate of a U.S medical school, school of osteopathic medicine or the equivalent
  • Certified by the American Board of Preventive Medicine in Occupational Medicine, the American Board of Internal Medicine or a minimum of 20 years experience in primary care medicine
  • Licensed to practice in Virginia
  • A minimum of 3 years experience in Occupational Health medicine
  • Minimum of 3 years managing a medical health facility and managing a program of occupational health and / or environmental health
  • Capable of performing thorough physical exams
  • FAA designation for conducting FAA Class 1 through 3 Aviation Medical Examinations
  • Currently licensed under Federal (DEA number) narcotics program
  • Currently certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS).


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