Aerospace Physiology Specialist Featured
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Aerospace Physiology Specialist job at KBR Wyle in Houston TX
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Title:Aerospace Physiology SpecialistPerforms hazardous duty as Aerospace Physiology Specialist during hyperbaric and hypobaric chamber operations. Presents formal lectures to NASA astronauts aircrew members flight surgeons test subjects and other NASA personnel undergoing physiological training. Assists medical officers as a medical technician. Performs as medical monitor and medical test team member in support of altitude training flights and diving operations. Additional duties include performing administrative and maintenance tasks and inputs Electronic Medical Records (EMR). Incumbent will perform other assignments and duties as required. Assists in preparing daily assignments for medical coverage of the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL). Performs as Physiological Training Instructor during hypobaric/hyperbaric chamber operations. Act as a medical test team member for hyperbaric/hypobaric chambers at the NBL and Crew Thermal System Division Chambers and other JSC test and evaluations. Performs as a crew member for the NBL hypobaric chamber as inside observer chamber operator lock operator recorder crew chief and lecture observer Performs as a crew member for the NBL hyperbaric chamber as inside tender supervisor chamber operator timekeeper and crew chief Assist the medical officer in pre-dive/flight physical examinations Assist and provide medical support to the medical officer as licensed Responsible for personal and student oxygen equipment inspections Prepare and maintain records and reports Performs as a Physiological Training Instructor presents formal lectures to NASA Astronauts aircrew members flight surgeons test subjects NASA support personnel and FAA flying personnelEDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:REQUIRED:Bachelors degree with at least 6 years of related experience; or 14 years of equivalent related work experienceGraduate of the Army Navy or Air Force Physiological Training Chamber specialist course.3 years practical experience teaching Aerospace Physiology including operations and maintenance of low pressure chambersSKILLS/TRAINING:Must be able to pass a NASA Lock Observer physical examination and continue to pass a NASA Lock Observer physical annually.DESIRED:Should complete/maintain EMT-Basic certification with Texas State licensure within 12 monthsMust be proficient in Microsoft Word Powerpoint ExcelScheduled Weekly Hours:40KBR is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race color religion disability sex sexual orientation gender identity or expression age national origin veteran status genetic information union status and/or beliefs or any other characteristic protected by federal state or local law.Full time
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