FEMA seeking security, preparedness specialists

FEMA seeking security, preparedness specialists.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recently released job opening notices for a security specialist position and an emergency management specialist position specialized in preparedness.

The security specialist position will be based in Anniston, Alabama. This position will be tasked with guiding and providing advice on technical matters relating to administrative activity, preparing background investigation documents and correspondence and this position will be expected to provide directives and guidance to new employees relating to background investigation documents.

For this position, candidates should have at least one year of working experience at the GS-07 level of government service or equivalent position with a private company. Experience should consist of database file maintenance, report preparation, personal identity verification assistance, applying sound judgement relating to security variables and weighing their impact.

This position’s application window will close on Oct. 26 or when 200 submissions have been received.

The emergency management specialist position will be based in Bothell, Washington. This person will be tasked with the delivery of preparedness programs to the region. Among the typical assignments include: acting as a liaison between the agency and partners in different levels of government and private entities; serving as an instructor and facilitator for course deliveries and will work planning and development for the regional training for current emergency management protocols.

For this position, candidates should have at least one year of working experience at the GS-07 level, consisting of development of emergency management training courses.

This position will close its application window on Nov. 2 or when 200 submissions have been received.

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