St. Paul, Minnesota, seeks two emergency-management coordinators

The City of St. Paul, Minnesota, has two openings for emergency-management coordinator positions, a recent job posting said.

These positions aid in city-wide emergency operations and will work in a variety of areas, including mitigation, planning, disaster prevention, recovery, response and preparedness. This position is expected to work within and coordinate with state, federal and local emergency-management agencies and their associated frameworks and legislation. With this individuals in this position should develop working relationships with those from these agencies relating to emergency management and homeland security.

Work outside of normal office hours would be required, should an emergency or disaster strike the city.
Candidates must hold a bachelor's degree in an area relating to emergency management, public administration or public safety. Candidates also will be required to have emergency-manager certification and be able to maintain it. Preference will be given to applicants who show evidence of experience and knowledge of the Emergency Management Accreditation Program.

Applicants will be asked to submit proof of education, which can include unofficial transcripts, and emergency-management certification. Candidates must complete the questionnaire included with the application process. The listing notes that applicants should not direct scorers to their resume, as they will not have access to that information. They also suggest submitting detailed answers and note that this test will be verified by current and former employers.

The application window closes at 4:30 p.m. CDT on May 21.