FEMA seeks supply management specialist

FEMA seeks supply management specialist. | Courtesy of FEMA
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced an opening for a supply management specialist at their Oakland, California, office in a job posting on Tuesday.

This position is considered to be a part of a Type II, Regional Incident Management Assistance Team (IMAT). With this designation, the position requires the ability to keep a 24-hour on-call schedule in case an emergency situation occurs. The selected candidate will be expected to be able to travel to the site of an emergency with little notice.

This position is a provider of logistics support for agency-wide operation and will take part in facility and ordering supervision and when needed will provide coordination support for response and recovery activity. This person will ensure that structure and staffing needs are compliant with Incident Command System protocols and will make adjustments to organization depending on the needs of a specific incident.

This position is expected to evaluate performance and should be ready and able to make corrective action when the need arises.

Basic qualifications are U.S. citizenship, the ability to pass a background examination and selective service registration, if applicable. Candidates should have at least one year of specialized experience in operation procedure and supply management development. Candidates should possess a higher degree equivalent to three years of post-baccalaureate education, including a Ph.D. or related degree. Candidates should express knowledge of supply management and personal property management, their ability to analyze space and facility requirements and their ability to research various products with regard to cost. Candidates should also provide evidence of their written communication skills.

Visit the USAJobs website in order to apply. The application window will close on July 10.