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Military Sealift Command
The U.S. Navy’s Military Sealift Command is the premier provider of ocean transportation to the Department of Defense. Our civil service careers offer job security, training and accelerated career advancement opportunities. It could be your opportunity to travel the globe with a rewarding maritime career.
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Now Hiring Chief Radio Electronics Technicians
If you have experience as a U.S. Navy trained IT’s both Communicator’s and Network personnel (NEC’s: 2735, 2779, 2780); or E6 and above with experience supervising a shipboard Communications Center (i.e. Radio Central/Outboard Shack), or ADP Center, watch or watch team, or other Government, Military or Commercial environment (i.e. NCTAMS, NTCC, TAGOS (SURTASS), DOD COMMCENTER). Applicants utilizing Military experience should have no more than 10 years recency out of the field.
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Veteran's Preference
If you have 10-point preference you are eligible to apply for any position for which the Command hires externally.
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CURRENT MSC OPPORTUNITIES

Deck

Damage Control Officer

Announcement opens continuously 6 June with periodic cut-offs.

Engine

Currently, there are no job opportunities in this department. Contact us directly.

Supply

Steward Cook

Announcement opens continuously 29 February 2016, with periodic cut-offs.

Communications

Chief Radio Electronics Technician

Announcement opens continuously 29 February 2016, with periodic cut-offs.

Medical

Currently, there are no job opportunities in this department. Contact us directly.

MSC Success Stories

Our maritime careers offer some of the best advancement opportunities in the industry. Learn how these CIVMARs found a rewarding maritime career at MSC.

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Jake Meyers

Chief Cook

“It’s what I wanted to do all along, and it’s what I imagined it to be,” explains Chief Steward Jake Meyers. In his words, working for MSC and “being on an MSC ship is like serving your country indirectly.

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David Schirmer

3rd Officer

After 20+ years in the fishing industry, Schirmer was looking for something new and different. His first position on an MSC ship was as an Able Seaman (Watch) and the subsequent years led to Schirmer being promoted to Third Officer (Watch). It’s an ascension that he feels is one of his greater accomplishments.

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Jocelyn Muir

Steward Cook

In a way, Military Sealift Command (MSC) came right to Jocelyn Muir’s door; she didn’t have to seek it out. Muir began as a Supply Utilityman on the U.S. Navy Ship Mercy and gravitated toward positions requiring culinary skills: Cook Baker, Assistant Cook, Second Cook, and Steward Cook, to name a few.

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