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    You will serve as a PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST in the Office of Corporate Communications of the NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND.

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    • You will present information on a wide variety of complex/scientific subjects using the full array of written and oral presentation formats and techniques.
    • You will establish and maintain effective working relationships in achieving understanding with groups indifferent to or having opposing points of view to programs and policies.
    • You will develop new ways of gathering input from a variety of individuals and groups with conflicting views and interests.
    • You will develop and initiate varied approaches and strategies in communicating the agency's objectives to groups opposed or indifferent to agency programs.
    • You will plan, organize, and evaluate communication strategies, programs, and materials.
    • You will coordinate and liaise with internal and external customers across a broad spectrum of government employees, military members, consultants, contractors, other government organizations, or private industry.
    • You will design, plan, and direct or advise on the public affairs program in an agency, or organization within an agency.
    • You will develop and disseminate informational materials to the general public or specialized target groups within a domestic or foreign setting.
    • You will provide information of particular value and interest to agency employees.
    • You will establish and maintain effective working relationships with all media, both foreign and domestic, and develop and disseminate informational materials to pertinent publics through the media.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    1035 Public Affairs

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