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    This position is located in Department of Homeland Security, United States Coast Guard, Deputy Commandant for Operations, Assistant Commandant for Prevention Policy, Commercial Regulations and Standards Directorate, Office of Standards Evaluation and Development, Standards Evaluation and Analysis Division, Washington, DC.

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    As a Supervisory Economist, the role of this position serves as the Chief of the Standards Evaluation and Analysis Division, and economic subject matter expert for the Coast Guard's Marine Safety Standards and Regulatory Program.  Serves as an Advisor to the Assistant Commandant for Marine Safety on all matters related to the economics of maritime and transportation economics. 

    Being a Coast Guard civilian makes you a valuable member of the CG team. Typical work assignments include:

    • Planning, directing, and providing leadership for, and is sole responsible for the quality and integrity of the Coast Guard's program of economic research and analysis, related analysis, and consulting and advisory services essential to the management and development of the national and international Marine Safety Program.
    • Providing technical leadership on highly complex, unprecedented problems and problems of critical importance, and handling assignments that involve a broad and general responsibility for a particular area of economic activity.
    • Developing, directing, and reporting on a broad range of on-going and newly developed assignments that include assessing the affects that proposed policies and regulations can have on the national and international maritime and related industries.
    • Selecting subjects and conducting economic research to advance the state of the art and science of maritime economics and the economic assessment of maritime standards and regulatory programs.
    • Providing expert economic opinions and advice to senior Coast Guard officials and program managers, particularly during nascent stages of new standards and regulatory development, on the economic facets of regulatory development, highlighting opportunities to reduce economic burdens through the use of regulatory reinvention initiatives, including alternatives to regulations.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Occasional travel may be required.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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