This position is located in Vice Commandant (CG-09), Director of Governmental & Public Affairs (CG-092), History Division (CG-09231), Washington, DC.Learn more about this agency
You will serve as the Deputy Historian of the U.S. Coast Guard and as a subject matter expert on the history of the Coast Guard and its predecessor services.
Being a Coast Guard civilian makes you a valuable member of the Coast Guard team. Typical work assignments include:
- Serving as the Acting Branch Chief in the absence of the Chief Historian.
- Developing historical research studies and projects, researches in support of those studies and projects, and writes historical materials for publication, researching, evaluating, documenting and preserving the institutional memory of the Coast Guard, including during events of national significance or historically significant Coast Guard operations or cases.
- Responding to inquiries from the public, government agencies, and Coast Guard personnel related to historical matters, including Freedom of Information Act inquiries.
- Developing, managing, and maintaining the Historian's Office Internet World Wide Web site and serves as the principal webmaster.
- Developing and managing the historic archival reference and special collections program for the Coast Guard for internal and public use.
- Working with Federal, state and local museum professionals, historical-preservation officials, and archeologists on various historical programs and projects ranging from preservation issues to cooperative inter-agency projects.
Occasional travel - Occasional travel is required.
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