Monday, June 15, 2009

National Centers of Expertise: Civilian Marine Inspectors & Investigators

The Coast Guard is pleased to announce the posting of the latest set of civilian Vacancy Announcements for the five new National Centers of Expertise (NCOEs).

The NCOE civilian employees (GS-12s and GS-13s) will be marine inspectors/ investigators whose duties include training student inspectors, coordinating/ conducting relevant courses and seminars, and advising policy-makers, regulation developers or operational program managers on trends, best practices, leading indicators, problematic issues or other functional area concerns.
The five centers hiring are: Towing Vessel Center, Paducah, KY, Liquefied Gas Carrier Center, Port Arthur, TX, Outer Continental Shelf Center, Morgan City, LA, Vintage Vessel Center, Duluth, MN, and the Investigations Center, New Orleans, LA.

The employees are expected to have significant experience in the functional areas and significant understanding of the maritime industry by virtue of memberships in commercial occupational and technical arenas and possess either licenses, advanced degrees/ certificates or experience either through work in the commercial sector, the broad experience in CG marine inspections/ investigations, or a combination of both.

Those interested in finding out more and how to apply for these positions should go to the following Internet site: , Key words: Maritime, Coast Guard, Marine Inspector


Robert said...

Great site. keep up the information flow.

Robert Nelson
Chief Public Affairs CG Auxiliary