Emergency and Safety Coordinator
City of Thornton
Salary: $62,523 to $86,282
Deadline: September 12, 2014
This position assists with the management and coordination of all emergency management program activities, including the implementation of emergency operations procedures, continuity plans, and hazard mitigation and recovery plans. Duties include coordinating emergency communications among city departments, implementing preparedness and education programs, testing procedures, and training employees in emergency and evacuation plans. A bachelor’s degree in emergency management or a related field (or at least five years work experience) is required.
Locum Associate Editor
Nature Climate Change
Salary: Not listed
Deadline: September 15, 2014
This position will serve as a member of the Nature Climate Change editorial team for one year. Duties include manuscript selection, managing the peer review process, editing submissions, and writing for the journal. A background in social science, familiarity with quantitative methods, a strong research record, and postdoctoral experience are required.
Response and Resilience Team Gender Specialist
Salary: $41,798 to $56,529
Deadline: September 26, 2014
This position will coordinate gender justice change objectives, ensure of program goals, and communicate overall response direction in gender justice. Duties include management of specific gender equality projects, research, providing remote support to country-based colleagues, and fundraising. Emergency deployment is possible. Five years experience managing a gender equality program, humanitarian development experience, and strategic planning and program design skills are required. Fluency in French, Spanish, Arabic, or Portuguese is desired.
Disaster Services Analyst
Pacific Disaster Center
Deadline: October 2, 2014
This position leads daily monitoring and assessments for worldwide hazards and manually integrated them into Center platforms. Duties include creating the weekly Hazard Highlight Report, developing situational awareness templates and analytical products, supporting disaster services and GIS teams, and assisting with special projects related to disaster management, risk, and vulnerability. A bachelor’s degree in disaster management, geography, or a related field and one year of GIS experience are required.
Salary: Not listed
Deadline: October 31, 2014
This tenure track position will teach graduate and undergraduate courses in disaster and emergency management. A PhD in a related field and demonstrated excellence in scholarly research is required.