Pentagon Force Protection Agency seeks emergency preparedness coordinator

The Defense Department's Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) posted an opening for an emergency preparedness coordinator on Aug. 3.

For this position candidates should be well versed in all-hazard emergency planning and preparedness assistance, being able to maintain working relationships with program officials at all levels of government and the ability to maintain awareness of response and consequence management relating to natural disasters, technological emergencies, hazardous material contamination and emergencies relating to chemical, biological and radiological incidents. 

The coordinator evaluates emergency events and issues responses in an appropriate manner relating to communication and coordination. This position will be expected to participate in committees and work groups within the agency and on an interagency basis. This position will develop and coordinate specialized emergency communication and notification programs. This position also acts as an adviser on emergency information.
Key requirements for this position include U.S. citizenship and the ability to pass a drug test. This is considered either a GS-13 or GS-14 government level position. Applicant should have at least one year of working experience at the government level or equivalent work outside of the federal government. 

This position is considered to have top secret clearance. The application window closes on Wednesday, Aug. 12. Applicants should go to to apply.

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