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The Department of Transportation has announced a search for a Superintendent for the US Merchant Marine Academy.
Job Title: Superintendent, US Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, NY
Department: Department Of Transportation
Agency: Maritime Administration
Job Announcement Number: MARAD-10-02-NG
SALARY RANGE: 119,554.00 – 179,700.00 USD /year
OPEN PERIOD: Friday, January 22, 2010 to Monday, April 19, 2010
SERIES & GRADE: ES-0340-0/0
POSITION INFORMATION: Full-Time Permanent
PROMOTION POTENTIAL: 0
DUTY LOCATIONS: 1 vacancy – South Eastern New York, NY
WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED: Applications will be accepted from all groups of qualified individuals.
The Superintendent of the US Merchant Marine Academy is responsible for the development of scholastic standards which encourage the intellectual, professional growth and physical well-being of midshipmen, and effective and economical operation of the Academy’s facilities. The incumbent has a profound impact on the Academy’s ability to educate and train individuals to be highly qualified licensed merchant marine officers inspired to sail on vessels of the United States.
Come on board with us and take a journey that will challenge your mind and develop your career. The quality of our lives, the shape of our communities and the productivity of our Nation’s economy depend on our transportation systems. We recognize and value the importance of our workforce and the diversity of backgrounds and ideas that each employee brings. The U.S. Department of Transportation: Careers in Motion.
Here is a hint of the type of person they are looking for:
1. Experience that reflects the ability to provide executive leadership for planning, implementing and evaluating a comprehensive academic program at the Nation’s maritime academy. This individual must also have the leadership ability to inspire others to fulfill the mission of the organization. The ideal candidate must be respected and well-known in the maritime field and must possess proven technical and managerial credentials. The individual will have a record of proven results and of ensuring organizational goals are met and mission objectives achieved, while simultaneously maintaining high standards, honesty and ethics, process integrity, commitment to diversity, and a culture of open communication and transparency. Merchant marine qualifications desired.
2. In-depth executive management experience and a history of proven success in the merchant marine industry or academic organization. This includes knowledge of maritime transportation including commercial and military logistics and maritime industry leadership. Also included is skill in assessing national and international maritime transportation trends and related critical issues; the ability to work collaboratively across organizational lines, produce results on-time and within budget; and experience managing resources in an academic environment with a track record of outstanding project and program delivery, customer satisfaction, stakeholder outreach, and management of internal business processes.
3. Demonstrated experience in developing and executing communications plans within the organization, with key external stakeholders, and with senior Department officials. This includes the ability to think strategically, set a strategic direction for a large organization, develop tactics to achieve the strategy, and experience measuring, monitoring, and managing to performance. The candidate will possess expertise in planning and management to enable translating DOT enterprise goals and objectives into measurable business areas within USMMA and Maritime Administration operations.
For a change it would be nice to see a USMMA Graduate take the helm for a while.
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