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.

Troy Duncan

Steward Cook

Troy Duncan grew up knowing he would be in the Navy, become a cook, and eventually go to culinary school. But in 8th grade, when he envisioned his life, he didn’t know he would also have a career sailing with Military Sealift Command (MSC). To achieve his dreams, Duncan joined the Navy in 1981. He … Continue reading Home

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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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Jeffery Gill

2nd Assistant Engineer

Jeffery Gill served his country for 13 years in the U.S. Navy submarine service, specializing as a nuclear engineer…

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