The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is seeking a temporary supervisory program specialist in the Washington, D.C., area.
The selected candidate would serve as the Recovery Audit Section supervisor and would be responsible for development, management, direction and evaluation of all programs. Potential for promotion opportunities do exist with high performance and staffing needs.
Requirements for the position include being a U.S. citizen and being able to pass a background investigation. Men born after Dec. 31, 1959, are required to be registered with the Selective Service and non-emergency travel may be required.
Qualifications for the G-14 position include holding at least a year in federal, state, local government, a nonprofit or in the private sector equivalent to a G-13 level. This position requires supervising employees, evaluation and disciplinary or grievance action experience are required. Experience with interpreting audit policy and provided policy recommendations to audit-related issues are also required. Being able to transfer program goals and priorities to subordinates and the ability to work with multiple departments are also required.
Applicants should submit their resume and responses to the questionnaire provided in the online application. Relocation expenses are not authorized for this position, and all candidates must be able to report to anywhere in the country with little to no advance notice. A one-year trial period is required unless already completed elsewhere.