The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is accepting applications for executive officer of the National Continuity Programs Directorate in its Washington D.C. office.
Qualified applicants should show evidence of ability to guide administrative finances, advising leadership on programs in national security and the ability to develop solutions within organizational issues.
Basic requirements for this position include holding U.S. citizenship and the ability to pass a background check. Men should be registered in the selective service if born after Dec. 31, 1959.
Candidates also must have at least one year of experience at the GS-14 level within the federal government or experience outside of the federal government that is equivalent. They should provide evidence in their resume and supporting documentation of ability and proficiency in communication, representing an agency, teamwork, and assigning and evaluating work.
This position pays $126,245 to $158,700.
To apply, candidates should submit a resume to USAJOBS and follow the online application, which will include a questionnaire that will evaluate knowledge and eligibility for the position.
Veterans should submit a copy of their certificate of release or discharge from active duty with any documentation of service-related disability. If applicants are involved with the Agency Career Transition Assistance Program, they should include copies of their most recent agency notice, performance review and Notification of Personnel Action.
The application period will end on Feb. 5, or when 200 applications have been received.