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OGC Civilian Attorney Vacancies

Links Date Command & Location Grade Type
48-15 4/24/2015 Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, NH GS-15 Attorney
47-15 4/23/2015 Naval Sea Systems Command (NSWC Carderock) NT-VI (GS-15 equivalent) Intellectual Property Attorney
46-15 4/22/2015 Naval Sea Systems Command (NSWC Philadelphia) NT-VI (GS-15 equivalent) Counsel
45-15 4/22/2015 Naval Sea Systems Command ( NSWC Port Hueneme) NT-IV/V (GS-11/12/13 equivalent) Assistant Counsel
44-15 4/22/2015 Naval Sea Systems Command ( NNSY Portsmouth, VA) GS-11/12/13/14 Assistant Counsel
43-15 4/21/2015 Naval Sea Systems Command GS-15 Associate Counsel
42-15 4/17/2015 Strategic Systems Programs GS-13/14 Assistant Counsel
41-15 4/8/2015 Office of Naval Research (NRL) NO-V (GS-14/15 equivalent) Assistant Counsel
39-15 4/3/2015 Space and Naval Warfare Command NO-5/6 (GS equivalent of GS-13, 14, 15) Patent Attorney


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