Tribal Affairs Specialist
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Various Locations
Salary: $33,238 to $49,774
Deadline: October 21, 2014

This position will provide subject matter expertise in tribal affairs. Duties include conducting preliminary tribal research, briefing audiences on cultural competency, liaising with tribal officials, creating presentations for tribal meetings, and managing communication regarding specific incidents. This is a two-year appointment in the FEMA Reservist Program. Demonstrated experience and cultural competency in working with Tribal Nations, peoples, and villages is required.

Disaster Anthropology Post-Doctoral Researcher
University of Copenhagen
Copenhagen, Denmark
Salary: $65,027 to $68,464
Deadline: November 1, 2014

This position will work with the Changing Disaster project, as well as developing an independent anthropological research project. Duties include conducting research, teaching, and supervision. Independent project areas should relate to new actors in humanitarian situations; commemoration, memory, or dark tourism; or the psychosocial effects of disasters. Interdisciplinary collaboration experience, solid qualitative research skills, and a PhD in anthropology or a related discipline are required.

Shelter Accessibility Coordinator
New York City Office of Emergency Management
Brooklyn, New York
Salary: $60,000 to $70,000
Deadline: Open until filled

This position will incorporate strategies to address issues related to emergency shelter accessibility for populations with special needs and their caregivers. Duties include working with emergency shelter facility providers to complete accessibility remediation measures, providing subject matter expertise on special needs issues, and indentifying accessible site needs as they arise. A master’s degree in emergency management, public administration, or a related field; knowledge of the Americans with Disabilities Act and related regulations, experience working with people with disabilities and access and functional needs is required.

Research Associate
Veterans Emergency Management Evaluation Center
North Hills, California
Salary: Not Listed
Deadline: Open until filled

This position will manage collaborative disaster research projects, administrate day-to-day project operations, and seek additional funding sources for the center. Duties include collecting data, performing literature reviews, preparing manuscripts and hosting meetings. A master’s in public health, social sciences, public policy or a related field, proficiency in quantitative research, and strong operational management skills are required.

Division Manager, Wildland Fire Operations
National Fire Protection Association
Denver, Colorado
Salary: Not listed
Deadline: Open until filled

This position is responsible for developing and overseeing programs, products, services and outreach activities that empower people to take action to prevent fire and injury. Responsibilities include developing and implementing a strategic three-year plan, defining performance objectives, managing federal grant contracts, and overseeing budgeting and expenditures. A bachelor’s degree and ten years of fire service experience are required.