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    Simulator Operator

    Applications are now being solicited from highly motivated individuals
    for immediately available, Simulator Operator for the United States
    School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM), supporting CSTARS operations
    located in Cincinnati, OH at University Hospital.

    This is a very dynamic position. The incumbent will provide technical
    expertise and support on operating a high-tech Human Patient Simulator
    (HPS) and/or Emergency Care Simulator systems, and assist in developing
    metrics to validate a simulation-based team-training program, and
    provide technical and analytic support for the team training program.
    State of the art tools will enable the person to achieve a variety of
    processes providing significant impact for USAFSAM and the field of
    Aerospace medicine.

    The incumbent will also work with the hospital to provide digital video
    recording in support of simulator training/scenarios, pre/post trauma
    assessments, and for advanced training platforms. Incumbents will be
    required to operate government vehicles; requiring a valid state or
    commercial license be used as certification to operate specified
    vehicles and maybe required to travel to C-STARS St Louis to assist with
    their simulation program.

    This is a full time position. The incumbent will serve as a contract
    employee working for SpecPro, Inc. a highly
    specialized firm regarded for Management, Engineering, Life Sciences,
    and Biomedical R&D Services. Interested candidates should apply on line
    at: Resumes may also be sent to:

    Required Knowledge/Skills

    - Must be at a minimum a certified paramedic/EMT

    - Knowledge of procedures and techniques necessary to operate/provide
    direct technical support for the Human Patient Simulator (HPS) system.

    - All products and electronic files resulting from this effort will
    become the property of the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine.

    The candidate will be subject to a government security investigation and
    must have a U.S. citizenship or the ability to obtain citizenship, and
    be able to pass a government background investigation.