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October 1, 1955

GOVERNMENT SERVICES

JAMA. 1955;159(5):501. doi:10.1001/jama.1955.02960220091017

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Abstract

ARMY 

Physician Needed at Ordnance Depot in Alabama.—  The position of civilian medical officer at the ordnance depot near Anniston, Ala., will become vacant Oct. 1 and applications for a successor are now being received. The successful applicant will be on a civil service status and receive a gross annual salary of $10,065 with paid vacations from 13 to 26 working days a year and 8 federal holidays. The regular tour of duty is eight hours a day, five days a week. The major duties of this position are the examination of employees and applicants, the first-aid treatment of injured employees, and the sanitary inspection of facilities. A staff of nurses and modern medical facilities are available.This Army ordnance depot has a civilian strength of about 4,350 with 16 military officers and their families and no enlisted personnel. It receives, stores, and maintains automotive equipment and supplies and ammunition.

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