FEMA seeks emergency management specialist in mitigation

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced an opening on June 18, for an emergency management specialist with experience in mitigation, at their Bothell, Washington, office.

This position entails coordinating with other organizations and entities in cases of disaster and other emergency situations. This position is expected to manage teams and take part in organizing, planning and directing the group's activity. This position will also be promoting the National Flood Insurance Program so that the impact of sudden floods can be alleviated for property owners. This position will also take part in the facilitation and encouragement for communities to adopt flood plan management regulations and other developments.

The selected candidate will also be expected to perform technical writing functions, including reporting on research and regulations, and should have knowledge of emergency management protocol and agency policy.

Basic requirements include U.S. citizenship, selective service registration and candidates must be able to pass a thorough background investigation.

Candidates will be required to hold one year of experience at the GS-12 level of government service. Candidates will be evaluated based on their proficiency with technical aspects of the position, communication ability, agency representation, teamwork and customer service ability.

Veterans and those a part of the Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program are encouraged to apply. The application window will close on July 1 or when 200 applications have been received.

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