Librarian, GS-14
U.S. Geological Survey
Reston, Virginia
Salary: $52,668 to $82,840
Deadline: August 26, 2015

This position will serve as a cartographic librarian in the Reston Library. Duties include cataloging cartographic material, classifying materials, online cataloging, and assisting and reviewing the work of library technicians. One year of experience at the GS-9 level and specialized experience in library science are required.

National Fire Academy Superintendent, GS-17
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Emmitsburg, Maryland
Salary: $121,956 to $183,300
Deadline: September 18, 2015

This position will provide leadership for Academy staff and advance the development of fire service personnel through curriculum development and evaluation. Duties include developing onsite and online educational programs, strategic and operational planning, directing a strong outreach program, and coordinating with state and local official regarding fire training needs. One year of experience at the GS-16 level and specialized experience demonstrating leadership in training and adult education and executive level management of emergency medical, fire, or emergency management staff are required.

Professor of Energy and the Environment
University of Delaware
Newark, Delaware
Salary: Not listed
Deadline: Open until filled

This position is a named professorship designed to expand the university’s collaborative potential and solve real world problems at the intersection of energy, environment, and policy. Candidates should be interdisciplinary thinkers able to incorporate a broad range of methodological and theoretical perspectives into their work. A PhD in a related discipline and strong portfolio of impactful scholarship are required.

Gulf Research Program Officer
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
Washington, D.C.
Salary: Not Listed
Deadline: Open until filled

This position will support the Gulf Research Program in conducting activities to enhance oil system safety, human health, and environmental resources in the Gulf of Mexico and other regions that support oil and gas production. Duties include identifying and implementing opportunities to carry out program goals, working with online grants management systems, participating in strategic and operation planning, and managing advisory board meetings and workshops. A master’s degree in a related field, advanced knowledge of environmental monitoring, and the ability to share scientific results with diverse audiences are required.

Seismic Resilience Program Manager
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington
Salary: Not listed
Deadline: Open until filled

This position will develop the Seismic Resilience Program from the ground up, including drafting an institution wide system for enhancing the university’s seismic planning and resilience. Duties include planning and strategic program management, integrating new and existing seismic resiliency efforts, implementing an internal grant program to support program efforts, conducting training, and liaising with campus representatives. A bachelor’s degree in seismology, business continuity, public administration, or a related discipline and Incident Command System training are required. Please reference Requisition Number 123385 when searching for position.