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.
Looking to use your engineering skills in support of Military Sealift Command?
Military Sealift Command is actively recruiting for Mechanical Engineers, Electrical Engineer, Naval Architect and Electronics Engineer. See the shore side position requirements and application submission instructions.

CURRENT MSC OPPORTUNITIES

Deck

Opening Soon – Able Seaman

Position Opening Soon!

Supply

Steward Cook

Announcement opens 22 January 2018 continuously with periodic cut-offs.

Communications

Ships Communications Officer

Announcement opens continuously 20 October 2017, with periodic cut-offs.

Ships Communications Officer – Information Assurance Manager

Announcement opens continuously 20 October 2017, with periodic cut-offs.

Chief Radio Electronics Technician

Announcement opens continuously 20 October 2017, with periodic cut-offs.

Chief Radio Electronics Technician – Information Assurance Technician

Announcement opens continuously 20 October 2017, with periodic cut-offs.

First Radio Electronics Technician

Announcement opens continuously 20 October 2017, with periodic cut-offs.

First Radio Electronics Technician – Information Assurance Technician

Announcement opens continuously 12 December 2017, with periodic cut-offs.

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.

Emerson Impat

Deck Engineer Machinist

Though Impat enjoyed sailing as a Supply Utilityman, he had his sights on the engine room. He began working toward this goal and on his fourth tour he achieved it becoming a Deck Engineering Machinist.

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Brandon Mazyck

Third Assistant Engineer

Brandon Mazyck is new to Military Sealift Command, in a way. He most recently joined in February 2016, but it was not his first time working for the company. In his own words, Mazyck describes himself and his time with MSC as “a very special case.”

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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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