Multiple new jobs have been announced by the Department of Homeland Security of the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
In Bothell, Washington, an emergency management specialist position is open for temporary duration. The opening date of the position was Feb. 29 -- it will close on March 10. The position is full-time, with salary anywhere from $42,802 to $51,132 per year. To apply, you must be a U.S. citizen. IMAT employees are required to be on call 24 hours a day and be on the scene of an emergency in 12 hours.
A program specialist position is open in Chicago, Illinois, as a temporary position. It is full-time, with salary from $64,992 to $101,269 per year. The position opened on Feb. 29 and closes March 7. U.S. citizens may apply. The program specialist will be the Mitigation Closeout Program specialist looking at funding propositions for Hazard Mitigation. This position may require emergency response, though not necessarily deployment.
In Washington, D.C., a supervisory contract specialist position is open as a permanent position. The job is full-time, with salary ranging between $108,887 and $141,555 per year. The position opened on March 1 and closes March 8. U.S. citizens may apply. The supervisory contract specialist position will act as section chief for the Acquisitions Division and may be called for emergency reasons, though will not necessarily be deployed to emergency sites.
An emergency management specialist position is open in Chicago, Illinois. The position is temporary but full-time, with salary ranging between $53,717 and $84,489 per year. The position opened on Feb. 29 and will close March 7. U.S. citizens may apply. This particular position is in the Operations Integration Branch, Response Division, Region Five. Though emergency management response may be necessary, deployment to actual emergency sites may not be.
Any questions or further information on the positions can be found at www.fema.gov.