Director, National Spill Control School
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TAMU-CC is a dynamic university designated as both a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) and Minority-Serving Institution (MSI) with approximately 11,000 students from 47 states and 54 foreign nations. We employ over 1,400 full-time and 2,000 part-time Islanders (including students/GAs). The University attracts highly talented faculty and staff and offers an array of undergraduate and graduate degrees, including doctoral programs. As a member of the Texas A&M University System, TAMU-CC benefits from a range of resources, increased visibility and influence, and opportunities to collaborate in mutually beneficial ways with peers across member institutions and associated agencies.
TAMU-CC’s beautiful campus is located on a 240 acre island on Corpus Christi Bay and was ranked #1 College by the Sea by Best College Reviews. Our natural setting is enhanced by its modern, attractive, and state-of-the-art classroom buildings and support facilities.
From our generous benefits package and professional development opportunities, to our retirement programs and our commitment to service excellence, the Island University is an engaging and rewarding place to work.
Glimpse into the Job:
This position is responsible for leading the efforts of the National Spill Control School (NSCS) at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. The NSCS is recognized in the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 (33 USCA, Sec. 2761.c.2.D) and serves as a resource for consulting, training, and research in oil spill prevention, planning and response. The Director develops and coordinates initiatives with a wide range of local, state, national and international stakeholders, including industry, faculty, staff, students, governmental agencies (including the military), and NGOs. NSCS is self-funded by fees, grants and contracts.