FEMA seeks program analyst, training specialist

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced Wednesday that it has a program analyst and training specialist position at its Washington D.C. and Atlanta offices, respectively.

The program analyst will be tasked with the evaluation of the agency's programs and will report on their efficacy or any related issues. This position will serve as both an analyst and adviser to senior management, and the successful candidate will be expected to perform administrative tasks alongside technical and analytical duties in relation to programming, budgeting and planning. When necessary, this team member will issue policy and program directives.

Qualifications for this position include at least one year of experience at the GS-07 level of federal government with experience in reviewing and analyzing data. Those outside of the federal government will need a master's degree or equivalent level of education.

The training specialist will be tasked with reviewing training guidance and policies. This person will also oversee FEMA Region IV's internal training program. This team member will also be expected to act as a principal adviser to the regional training manager and as a subject matter expert in relation to credentialing. This employee will also take part in developing the funding mechanism to support training operations.

This position requires one year of specialized experience at the GS-11 level of federal government that includes experience with providing guidance on field operations relating to the coordination of training and the coordination of credentialing processes.

Both application windows close Monday or when 200 submissions have been received. Further details and the a full application can be found on the USA Jobs website.

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