Career Opportunities at Martin Army Community Hospital - Fort Benning, GA
Federal Employment Benefits
Cost-of-Living Allowance: 14% above Base Salary
Basic Life Insurance
Health Insurance with Vision and Dental Coverage options Federal Retirement Plan (Social Security based and portable)
Thrift Savings Plan (401(k) style)
Paid Sick and Vacation Leave
Paid Federal Holidays (10)
Paid Training Opportunities
View and apply for actual vacancies for positions not listed below (as well as DHA and EHA) on the USAJobs website: https://www.usajobs.gov.
Healthcare positions: The Medical Cell (MEDCELL) provides recruitment services for full-time, permanent healthcare positions for Martin Army Community Hospital, and all Army Medical Treatment Facilities, in the medical occupations listed below. These series are covered by a Direct Hire Authority which allows non-competitive appointments of new civil service employees.
To apply for any of the positions below or for more information, please visit the MEDCELL website: http://medcell.army.mil/ or call toll-free 1-877-880-2184.
Counseling Psychologist (Army Substance Abuse Program)
Counseling Psychologist (General)
Dental Lab Technician
Dentist (Dental Officer)
Diagnostic Radiologic Technologist
Diagnostic Radiologic Technologist (Mammography)
Dietician / Nutritionist
Licensed Practical Nurse
Physician / Doctor (Medical Officer)
Social Services Assistant
Social Worker (Army Substance Abuse Program)
Social Worker (Family Advocacy Program)
Social Worker (General)
Select ‘Employment’ then ‘Search for Jobs’ and enter your search criteria (you can limit the search to Georgia). Click on the job announcement number to view specific information for that position such as duties, eligibility and how to apply. Each job announcement contains specific application instructions, so please read carefully.
If you have further questions regarding the job application process or specific vacancies at BMACH, please contact Civilian Human Resources:
Telephone: 762-408-0371 or 0489.
E-mail (for resumes): email@example.com
Hours of operations
Mon, Tue, Wed, & Fri: 0730 - 1630
Thu: 0730 - 1200
Basement (Room BB-321)
Fort Benning, GA 31905
Army Medical Command Expedited Hiring Authority (EHA)
EHA is a delegated authority to recruit and appoint qualified U.S. citizens directly into the competitive service for shortage category and/or critical need health care occupations. MEDCOM is working with the Civilian Human Resources Agency (CHRA) in accordance with CHRA Memorandum, Expedited Hiring Authority (EHA) for Medical Positions – CHRA Guidance Memorandum No. 1599c-15-CGM-1, May 19, 2015, on the use of the EHA. External recruitment will be conducted using EHA in lieu of delegated examining unit procedures.
What occupational series fall under EHA external recruitment?
The CHRA Medical EHA Code List shows the series and office (MEDCELL or CPAC) responsible for recruitment and the receipt of the Request for Personnel Action (RPA). The “Notes” section of the RPA should reflect the position as a “medical EHA position” and identify the position description number for the recruit action and any selective placement factors necessary for the position. Office conducting EHA external:
||EMT and Paramedic
||Nuclear Medicine Technician
||Social Service Assistant
||Therapeutic Radiologic Technologist
||Chiropractor and Cytotechnologist
||Medical Instrument Technician
||Medical Records Administrator
||Health System Specialist
||Medical Records Technician
||BioEngineer and Biomedical Engineer
||Rehabilitation Therapy Assistant
||Audiologist/ Speech Pathologist
||Dental Lab Tech
Where do I apply for EHA positions?
All announcements will be posted to USAJOBS and open to all U.S. citizens which meets public notice requirements for positions filled under this authority. Public notification can be on a one-time basis or through an open continuous announcement. Announcements are open for a minimum of one day. A USA Staffing occupational questionnaire will be used as part of the job announcement. This https://medcom.usajobs.gov/does not preclude identification of a “name request”. All candidates, including name requests, must apply to the official public notice posted.
The following statement will be included in the vacancy announcement:
“This position is being filled under the EHA for Shortage Category and/or Critical Need Health Care Occupations.”
How is EHA different from Direct-Hire Authority (DHA)?
DHA is an appointing (hiring) authority that the Office of Personnel Management gives to Federal agencies for filling vacancies when a critical hiring need or severe shortage of candidates exists. DHA expedites hiring by eliminating competitive rating and ranking, veterans' preference, and "rule of three" procedures. The following occupations can be filled under DHA:
||Diagnostic Radiologic Technologist
||Information Security (GS09 and above)
How do I file a complaint of Prohibited Personnel Practices (PPPs) to the Office of Special Counsel?
Prohibited personnel practices (PPPs) are employment-related activities that are banned in the federal workforce because they violate the merit system through some form of employment discrimination, retaliation, improper hiring practices, or failure to adhere to laws, rules or regulations that directly concern the merit system principles. For more information visit the Office of Special Counsel website at https://osc.gov/ .