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OGC Civilian Attorney Vacancies

Links Date Command & Location Grade Type
123-15 10/5/2015 NAVSUP GS-11/12/13/14 Assistant Counsel
122-15 10/5/2015 PDGC GS-15 Assistant to the Principal Deputy General Counsel
121-15 10/5/2015 AGC (L) GS-13/14/15 Trial Attorney/Senior Trial Attorney
120-15 10/5/2015 CMC GS-14 Counsel, Marine Corps Air Station Yuma
118-15 10/5/2015 CMC GS-0905-15 Counsel, Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC)
117-15 10/5/2015 CMC GS-14 Assistant Counsel (Env/Land Use, Pacific Area Counsel Office (PACO),
116-15 10/2/2015 NAVSUP GS-11/12/13/14 Assistant Counsel
114-15 10/2/2015 NAVSUP GS-11/12/13/14 Assistant Counsel
113-15 10/2/2015 NAVSUP GS-15 Counsel
112-15 10/1/2015 NAVAIR GS-13/14/15 Environmental Attorney
111-15 10/1/2015 NAVAIR GS-11/12/13 Assistant Counsel
110-15 10/1/2015 NAVFAC GS 13/14 Associate Counsel
109-15 9/29/2015 AGC (L) GS-15 Assistant Director
108-15 9/25/2015 MSC GS-14/15 Associate Counsel
107-15 9/24/2015 SSP NH-03/04 (GS-13/14 equivalent) Assistant Counsel
106-15 9/21/2015 CMC NH-IV (GS-14/15 equiv) Associate Counsel (Acquisition Law)
105-15 9/21/2015 CMC NH-IV (GS-14/15 equiv) Associate Counsel (Patent and Acquisition Law)
102-15 9/16/2015 NAVFAC GS-15 Associate Counsel (Utilities)


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Department of the Navy attorney positions are in the excepted service, not the competitive civil service. There is no formal rating system for applying veterans’ preference to attorney appointments in the excepted service; however, the Department of the Navy considers veterans’ preference eligibility as a positive factor in attorney hiring. If you are eligible for veterans’ preference in hiring, you are encouraged to include that information in your application along with the supporting documentation, e.g., DD 214. Not all veterans are eligible for veterans’ preference. To find out if you are, you may visit the Veterans’ Preference Advisor, operated by the Department of Labor at

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