Grants Management Specialist, GS-11
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Salary: $58,562 to $76,131
Deadline: December 18, 2015
This position is responsible for giving advice and guidance on grant determinations and advises management and staff on matters concerning grants and cooperative agreements. Duties include analyzing grant information and preparing documentation, responding to inquires regarding grant expenditures, preforming statistical analysis, and conducting financial reviews. One year specialized experience at the GS-10 level is required.

Assistant Administrator for Risk Management
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Washington, D.C.
Salary: $121,956 to $183,300
Deadline: January 8, 2016
This position coordinates all Risk Management operations, program, and project actions. Duties include directing and evaluating programs, supervising personnel, monitoring performance, and effectively managing program dollars. One year specialized experience at the GS-15 level or executive equivalent and senior level executive management experience is required.

Climate Integration and Outreach Specialist
Southeast Regional Climate Center
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Salary: $49,000 to $52,750
Deadline: January 29, 2016
This position will manage and distribute climate data for the Southeast Regional Climate Center, which serves as a hub for climate services in the Southeastern United States. Duties include monitoring regional climate conditions, developing projects to advance the understanding of climate processes, improving the assessment of climate-related vulnerabilities, and developing tools and products to help clients make informed climate decisions. A bachelor’s degree in a related area, a strong understanding of climatology or meteorology, and experience presenting climate information to a wide-ranging audience is required.

Post-Doctoral Fellow, Maritime Transportation and Coastal Community Resilience
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, Canada
Salary: Not listed
Deadline: Open until filled
This one-year, renewable fellowship will conduct research in one or more areas related to the Maritime Transportation Disruption project. Research areas include the demand for fuel in disasters; remote communities, including coastal First Nations; and food and medical emergency supplies. A PhD in a relevant field; knowledge of coast communities, hazards, and transportation systems; and a demonstrated peer-reviewed publishing history are required.

Faculty Member (Multiple Positions)
Virginia Commonwealth University, Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs
Richmond, Virginia
Salary: Not listed
Deadline: Open until filled
The Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs has multiple tenured and non-tenured faculty member positions open, including homeland security and emergency preparedness professor, public administration and policy professor, and urban and regional planning professor. Most positions require a degree of specialization, a strong research and publishing background, and teaching and course development experience. A PhD in a field related to the position is required, ABD candidates will be considered in some cases.