Education technology specialist sought by FEMA

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is seeking an education technology specialist in Anniston, Alabama, according to a hiring notice posted on Wednesday on usajobs.gov.

The full-time, permanent position will have the potential for future promotions based on the specialist's ability to perform duties at a higher level, the continuing need for an employee to be assigned to the higher level and administrative approval.

The individual hired for the position will design, develop, produce and integrate two- and three-dimensional graphics, models and animations for FEMA's Center for Domestic Preparedness. The specialist will also help to program and script graphics and other media elements to achieve desired effects and collaborate with a senior education technology specialist to develop educational technology elements and products.

Candidates require a full year of graduate study in a field that provided the skills needed to do the work, a bachelor's degree and superior academic achievement, a full year of specialized experience at the general schedule-07 level or a combination of education and experience.

Applicants will be evaluated on their skills in developing graphics, developing models and programming formats required to produce media elements. They will also be judged on their knowledge of educational technology elements.

The Center for Domestic Preparedness is a facility that trains first responders for all-hazards events.