FEMA seeks National Disaster Recovery Planning Division director

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is seeking a director for the National Disaster Recovery Planning Division within its Office of Federal Disaster Coordination.

Basic requirements include being able to obtain Top Secret security clearance, holding U.S. citizenship and being able to provide a public financial disclosure form within 30 days of being selected.

This position is tasked with acting as a central point of officewide coordination for all programs and projects, including matters of resource allocation and prioritizing projects with regard to urgency and disaster events. The director also ensures and enhances accountability in performance measures and evaluation.

The director is expected to be an authoritative presence in meetings with Homeland Security and agencywide meetings. This position takes on a full range of managerial and administrative duties within the organization.

Candidates should have a working understanding and knowledge of Legislative and Executive branch policy and procedures relating to emergency and disaster response. They should also be familiar with local, state, tribal and federal programs, with capabilities related to their duties.

In addition to technical qualifications, candidates must show evidence that they meet the executive core qualifications required for all positions that are considered senior executive staff.

Submit resumes and responses that show candidates meet technical and executive core qualifications, without exceeding eight and 10 pages respectively, to the USA Jobs website.

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