CORE Emergency Management Specialist
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Salary: $63,344 to $98,702
Deadline: July 31, 2017
This position will manage and coordinate disaster recovery operations on a regional basis. Duties include providing disaster support and assistance to affected communities, implementing regulations and training to facilitate recovery, managing public assistance program activities related to specific disasters, and executing all phases of regional recovery projects. Specialized experience at the IC-11 level is required.
Disaster Resilience Planner
City of Portland
Salary: $60,396 to $80,500
Deadline: February 6, 2017
This position will coordinate citywide emergency response planning. Duties include researching best practices, developing project plans, facilitating stakeholder advisory groups, advising other departments on response planning, and supporting a communitywide resilience culture. Program management experience, knowledge of public outreach principles, and the ability to build consensus are required.
Hazards Planning Center Manager
American Planning Association
Salary: Not listed
Deadline: February 20, 2017
This position leads project management effort and develops new grant and contract proposals for the American Planning Association’s Hazards Planning Center. Duties include developing and implementing strategic priorities, creating ongoing professional relationships with funders and government agencies, identifying funding opportunities, delivering presentations at conferences and workshops, and conducting outreach. A graduate degree in planning or a closely related field and experience in hazard mitigation, climate change adaptation, and post-disaster recovery are required.
Coastal Governance Assistant Professor
University of California Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz, California
Salary: Not Listed
Deadline: June 30, 2017
This tenure-track position will teach and conduct research on the institutional dimensions of resource management at the land-sea interface. Duties include engaging with complementary university departments, creating collaborations outside the university, building a strong research program, and teaching graduate and undergraduate courses. A PhD in a related field and experience in research and university-level teaching are required.
Infrastructure Management and Extreme Events Program Manager
National Science Foundation
Salary: Not listed
Deadline: Open until filled
This rotational position will lead the IMEE program, which supports fundamental, multidisciplinary research on the impact of hazards and extreme events on civil infrastructure and society. Duties include soliciting and reviewing research and education proposals, making funding recommendations, administering awards, and interacting with research communities in the hazards and disasters field. A PhD in a related field and at least six years of demonstrated success in research, research administration, or research management are required.