Construction Management Faculty
Florida International University
Salary: Not listed
Deadline: March 31, 2017
This position is located in FIU’s School of Construction and will participate in campus communities that include the Sea Level Rise Solutions Center, Sustainable Built Environment Initiative, Extreme Event Institute, and the International Hurricane Research Center’s Wall of Wind experimental facility. Duties include further developing the school’s research program and teaching graduate and undergraduate courses. A PhD in construction management, construction engineering, civil engineering, or a related discipline is required. Research expertise in extreme event management and smart cities is preferred.
Federal Disaster Recovery Coordinator, GS-15
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Salary: $122,250 to $158,928
Deadline: April 21, 2017
This position will lead efforts to incorporate recovery and mitigation considerations into the early decision making processes and evaluate outcomes. Duties include facilitating disaster recovery coordination and collaboration between FEMA and all levels of government, the private sector, and community organizations; supporting local officials in disaster-impacted areas; and leading pre- and post-disaster planning. One year specialized experience at the GS-14 level and experience with the National Disaster Recovery Framework, Recovery Support Strategy, and collaborating with stakeholders are required.
Disaster Management Lecturer
University of Manchester
Salary: $43,300 to $59,850
Deadline: June 4, 2017
This position will teach and research in the university’s Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute. Duties include developing courses for graduates and undergraduates, meeting course recruitment requirements, directing at least two university programs, and teaching classes in disaster management, risk and resilience, and research methods. A PhD in a related discipline and a strong publication history are required.
Response and Recovery Branch Manager
Montana Division of Disaster & Emergency Services
Salary: $ 73,212
Deadline: Open until filled
This position will lead the response and recovery branch and coordinate response0 and recovery-related activities throughout Montana. Responsibilities include contribute to planning, conducting training and exercises, ensuring the operational readiness of the State Emergency Coordination Center, and managing budget, personnel, and policy and procedure development. A bachelors degree in a related planning discipline and at least seven years of experience in emergency management, public safety, or a related field are required.