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Contact InformationContact David Larkin, DCOS
More InformationSeeking a motivated member to fill the role of State Liaison Officer for the State of Washington. Reports to the DSO-SL. Ideal member will be well versed in the Auxiliary and be familiar with Washington State boating laws and regulations. Meet periodically with State Boating Law Administrators, USCG Recreational Boating Safety Specialist and District Commodore. Communicates and updates on State issues, requirements and Boating Safety courses. Develops and coordinates activities with the State. Provides quarterly updates on Auxiliary activities to State BLA, participates in District RBSS workshop, facilitates the use of Auxiliary assets to support State missions. State Liaison Guide is available at www.auxbdept.org/documents.php#stateliaison.
This Ad has been viewed 43 times.Posted On 01/15/2018
Contact InformationContact Wil Lampa, DSO-VE
: (503) 965-6308
More InformationSeeking Assistant District Staff Officer, Vessel Examinations for the southern area to assist the DSO-VE with assigned duties.
This Ad has been viewed 39 times.Posted On 01/08/2018
Contact InformationContact Deanna Green, DSO-HR
More InformationADSO-HR for Recruiting.
Keeps a record of number of membership referrals received, run a total # count by month & run a continuous total for each quarter.
Record dates referral's were sent & to which Division and Flotilla, making sure each division addressed, is notified.
Advise if new, potential recruit actively engages within the flotilla.
This will necessitate feedback from either the DCDR as a whole(if they satisfactorily covers each of his/her flotillas) or contacting the FC individually.
Keep an ongoing record for each flotilla including feedback as to what & how the applicant is doing.
The H - R Directorate should be kept advised, the % of how many referrals, have actually resulted in "New Membership Applications" being submitted, how many, have resulted in U.S. Coast Guard, Provisionary Membership's.
Need to be able to work closely with the DCDR &/or the FC.
A report for H -R Directorate is due the 25th of every month & submitted to the DSO-HR in time for the H - R Directorate Conference.
This Ad has been viewed 33 times.Posted On 12/19/2017
Contact InformationContact David Larkin, DCOS
More InformationResponsibilities: In addition to the general duties of any staff Officer, the District Staff officer for Diversity is under the immediate supervision of theDDC-L and shall be assigned all responsibilities for matters relating to diversity management.
• Will ensure that the Strategic Plan for Managing Diversity is carried out and work to drive diversity throughout the District.
• Will compile, track and review all diversity statistical information for the District and report said information to the DCOS and be the contact for all information on the NACO 3 Star Award for Excellence in Diversity.
• Will be responsible for conducting and coordinating all District level training in the areas of Diversity.
• Will work with any and all District staff for outreach, recruiting and training in all areas served.
• Will submit highlights of diversity information and best practices to District members for use and implementation as a part of member recruitment.
• Will solicit information and pass along ideas up the chain and onto the Auxiliary Diversity Leadership Council.
• Will be a role model and leader in the creation of a comprehensive approach to behavior and attitude change for all leaders.
• Promote the Auxiliary University Program (AUP) in driving age and demographic diversity through the district, helping to educate leadership as to opportunities available through AUP, working with the AUP staff to identify and cultivate growth opportunities within the district, including college-level opportunities in Auxiliary diversity outreach efforts, and referring questions and opportunities for AUP growth to the AUP staff through the diversity leadership chain.
This Ad has been viewed 45 times.Posted On 11/27/2017
Contact InformationContact Dennis Wood
: (503) 580-8144
More InformationThe Auxiliary Food Service (AUXFS) program was established to allow specially trained Auxiliarists to relieve and/or assist Coast Guard Food Service Specialists (FSs) at shore stations, cutters, VIP events, etc. The program needs Auxiliarists who are willing to go the extra mile and make a difference.
The AUXFS certification process begins with 30 hours of basic food services training emphasizing food safety, sanitation, and basic food preparation. Classes are usually held at a shore side Coast Guard galley and taught by a certified AUXFS Instructors and/or CG Culinary Specialists. Following the initial training, the candidate has one year to accomplish the required Performance Qualification Standards (PQSs) and gain AUXFS certification.
If you have an interest in cooking as well as a desire to support the Active Duty Coast Guard, please give the AUXFS program some consideration.
For more information, please contact:
Dennis Wood, firstname.lastname@example.org or (503) 580-8144
Next AUXFS Basic Class – March 8 thru 11, MSU Portland, OR
For additional information on the National Auxiliary website:
An informational AUXFS video is also available at
This Ad has been viewed 141 times.Posted On 11/09/2016