Medical and Occupational Health

The Intelligence Community is dedicated to the safety and well-being of our employees and their families around the globe. As a medical professional in the IC, you will perform a wide variety of functions, including medical evaluations, laboratory analyses and even pharmaceutical care. Likewise, our occupational health professionals ensure that the conditions in which our employees work are safe and will not adversely affect well-being. You will perform a variety of functions, including evaluating work spaces to ensure conditions meet health and efficiency standards and amending issues that negatively impact an employee's health or ability to work. This includes the provision of counseling services to employees and family members in need of assistance. Join the Intelligence Community and take care of the people who take care of the nation.


  • Environmental Health or Industrial Hygiene
  • Health Care or Medicine
  • Licensed Clinical Psychologist
  • Licensed Pharmacist
  • Licensed Physician
  • Licensed Professional Counselor
  • Psychology or Psychological Services
  • Registered Nurse

Example Positions

  • Safety and Occupational Health Manager
    Monitors the health and environmental implementation of the occupational safety, health and environment (OSHE) regulations at agency worksites.
  • Safety and Occupational Health Specialist 
    Conducts periodic safety, occupational health, and/or environmental surveys and inspections at field sites, installations, construction projects and other sites to determine compliance with occupational safety and environmental standards. Documents findings and makes recommendations in reports for safety managers.
  • Clinical Psychologist
    Applies professional psychological knowledge and skills to provide behavioral science and health-related services, including mission-related risk assessments, consultations, and training. Conducts evaluations to assess the psychological suitability of applicants/employees to carry out targeted assignments, including sensitive or high-risk assignments. Supports counterintelligence and insider threat initiatives.
  • Medical Advisor
    Serves as primary point of contact employee health and occupational medicine. Develops medical policy and protocol; evaluates and responds to health needs; manages issues related to medical personnel; and coordinates medical services across operational locations.
  • Occupational Health and Safety Officer
    Promotes a healthy and safe workplace by ensuring that the organization meets legal and regulatory requirements and implements best practices. Oversees implementation of the Safety and Occupational Health program through field visits, program reviews, data analysis, and measurement.
  • Industrial Hygienist
    Identifies and analyzes environmental conditions or stresses affecting the health, morale, and productivity of employees to eliminate or control occupational hazards in accordance with federal and Department of Defense regulations and consensus guidelines.
  • Physician
    Provides clinical, consultative, and administrative services in the areas of occupational health, case management, travel health, primary diagnosis, and treatment. Provides medical support for health promotion and wellness, to maintain the value, integrity, quality and availability of medical services.
  • Psychiatric or Psychological, All Source Analyst
    Plans, directs, or evaluates research of a major geographical area or a functional program with worldwide implications. Areas of expertise can include counterintelligence, counterproliferation, counterterrorism, cultural expertise, cyber, languages, scientific, and technical intelligence.


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