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    About the Position: Serves as a Marine Cargo Specialist, responsible for cargo stowage planning, overseeing/monitoring, stowing and loading. Planning and loading operations are complex, involving the transshipment of hazardous cargo. Assignments cover a variety of terminal locations and pertain to a number of ships operating on different schedules. Assures that proper actions are taken to protect the interest of the government and compliance by the Contractor with regard to contract provisions.

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    • Perform complex cargo stowage planning
    • Oversee/monitor the stowing, loading, planning and discharge of cargo including hazardous cargo aboard vessels.
    • Provide technical advice, guidance and instructions to nontechnical specialist concerning difficult assignments and problems encountered to assure successful execution of functions.
    • Provide technical advice, guidance and instruction to nontechnical specialists to assure successful execution of functions.
    • Independently revise and finalize stowage plans consistent with space allocations.
    • Inspect ships' cargo holds for required cleanliness and conditions prior to and after loading/discharge operations and ensure correction of inadequacies.
    • Oversee contractor operations in physical loading, stowage, trimming and discharge of cargo.

    Travel Required

    25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    2161 Marine Cargo

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