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Occupations

Professional, Engineering, and Scientific

Occupations in this area require knowledge in specialized fields such as science, math, engineering, law, and accounting. These positions generally require an advanced degree with major study in a specialized field. Examples of these positions at PHMSA are the following: 

  • Accident/Incident Investigators
  • Accountants
  • Attorneys/Counsel
  • Auditors
  • Economists
  • Engineers
  • Inspectors
  • R&D Specialists
  • Training Specialists/Instructors

Administrative and Management

Occupations in this area require knowledge of principles and concepts related to administration, program management, and transportation. While these positions do not require specialized education, they do involve analytical, research, writing, and judgment skills. Examples of these positions at PHMSA are the following: 

  • Administrative Assistants
  • Budget Analysts
  • Finance Analysts
  • Grant Specialists
  • Human Resource Specialists
  • Program Analysts/Managers
  • Transportation Specialists

Technical Support

Occupations in this area consist of professional or administrative work. Duties require practical knowledge of pipelines, rulemaking processes, and geospatial information systems. Examples of these positions at PHMSA are the following: 

  • Data Analysts
  • GIS Specialist/Managers
  • IT Specialists
Last updated: Wednesday, July 12, 2017