Obsidian Analysis is seeking an emergency management doctrine analyst to work on its projects with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in the Washington D.C. area.
Candidates are required to hold a bachelor's degree. They also must have at least four years of working experience working with emergency management, homeland security or disaster recovery in addition to a knowledge of best management practices within those areas. Candidates should also possess strong writing and researching skills in relation to emergency management or services.
Candidates should be able to provide evidence of the ability to apply analytic methodologies within a team context and ability to evaluate impacts of policy. Candidates will be asked to undergo security investigations and may have to meet requirements to obtain clearance to access classified information.
This position will be responsible for the identification and performance of strategic analysis on current emergency management protocol, and will work in a support role for FEMA's Office of Response and Recovery. In working with FEMA, the candidate will be expected to ensure that efficient and effective measures are being utilized.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume detailing their interest and applicable experience to the company's Talent Acquisition Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.