Public Safety Community Engagement Manager
City of Longmont
Longmont, Colorado
Salary: $68,650 to $76,250
Deadline: October 3, 2016

This position will provide tactical and pattern analysis support to the Public Safety Department; conduct strategic data analysis, trend reporting, and quantitative data collection; and oversee the department’s strategic planning efforts. Duties include designing and reviewing research activities, recommending public safety responses based on community needs, and collaborates with City departments on public safety training and decision making. A bachelor’s degree in public safety, public administration, or sociology; at least three years of analysis experience, and experience working with citizens and community groups are required.

Associate Program Officer
National Academies Gulf Research Program
Washington, D.C.
Salary: Not listed
Deadline: Open until filled

This position will support the Gulf Research Program in its mission to understand the interconnectedness of human, environmental, and energy systems in the Gulf of Mexico and surrounding regions. Duties include implementing funding opportunities, contributing to program outreach, conducting strategic planning, and designing award and evaluation processes. A bachelor’s degree in a related field, knowledge of applicable science, technology, and policy issues; and the ability to communicate science to diverse audiences are required.

Climate Assessment Specialist
CIRES/NOAA Western Water Assessment
Boulder, Colorado
Salary: Not listed
Deadline: Open until filled

The position will work within the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Science (CIRES) to help research, design and inform ongoing climate assessment activities in the Southwest National Climate Assessment region. Duties include working with partners and stakeholders to pilot new climate assessment activities, providing feedback on the effectiveness of tools and data for sustained climate assessments, and focusing on sustained climate assessments as an alternative to large national, multi-year climate assessments. A master’s in environmental studies, social sciences, geography, hydrology, or a related field; the ability to convene multidisciplinary climate projects, and the ability to travel regularly to the Southwest are required.

Emergency Preparedness Manager
New York City Emergency Management
Brooklyn, New York
Salary: $78,000 to $85,000
Deadline: Open until filled

This position will manage and oversee the daily administration of the emergency management response group, which responds to multi-agency and complex situations. Duties include administrating day-to-day operations, managing continuity planning, implementing policy and procedure, and overseeing staff development. A master’s degree or equivalent experience in emergency management, public administration, urban planning, or a similar field; leadership abilities, and strong project management skills are required. Please reference Job ID 248852 when accessing the job website.

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