Hazard Mitigation Assistance Specialist, GS-12
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Salary: $75,167 to $97,717
Deadline: April 5, 2016
This position will help improve and grow Hazard Mitigation Assistance programs using innovation, customer-service, collaboration, and problem solving. Duties include providing technical assistance and monitoring the status and performance of state grants and maintaining the agency’s hazard mitigation database and other grant systems. One year of experience at the GS-11 level and experience administering grants under the Stafford Act are required.
Emergency Management Coordinator
University of California San Diego Health La Jolla, California
Salary: Not listed
Deadline: April 13, 2016
This position will ensure readiness for incidents that could disrupt daily health system operations, with a focus on the new Jacobs Medical Center in La Jolla. Duties include developing and maintaining an emergency operation plan, developing and coordinating emergency drills, and serving as an emergency management subject matter expert. A bachelor’s degree in a related field, background in direct patient care, at least three years emergency management experience, and experience in hospital command center activation are required.
Adaptation and Resilience Research Fellow
Overseas Development Institute
Salary: $55,600 to $97,300
Deadline: May 4, 2016
This position will develop and managing innovative research, policy, and public affairs programs for the Institute’s climate change adaptation and resilience team. Duties will support team functions that include conducting primary research; providing policy advice and outreach; partnering with and mentoring climate scientists, social scientists and decision-makers; and playing a critical role in shaping outcomes of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction. Knowledge of resilience concepts, policy and governance experience, and the ability to effectively fundraise are required.
Data Scientist, Refugee Response Information
Salary: Not listed Deadline: Open until filled
This position will develop the overall analytical framework of the Refugee Response Information Management and Analysis project. Duties include leading data primary and secondary data sourcing to forecast trends in refugee response, establishing an analytics framework that enables iterative improvements in program implementation, and developing visualizations that promote analysis and organizational learning. A master’s degree in a data-driven field, at least two years experience on data science projects, and specialize software knowledge are required.