The ideal candidate for this position will be experienced managing environmental and historic preservation programs for compliance and be skilled in developing/delivering related presentations. This position starts at a salary of $100,161 (GS-13). Apply for this exciting opportunity to become a member of the mitigation team within FEMA.Learn more about this agency
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In this position, you will serve as an expert-level analyst and advisor to senior management on the performance of Environmental/Historic Preservation (EHP) program work relating to environmental planning/historic preservation regulations. Typical assignments include:
- Supervising and managing staff within the Mitigation Division, Environmental and Historic Preservation Branch
- Serving as an expert level analyst and advisor completing complex environmental compliance reviews and providing technical assistance to colleagues and internal and external stakeholders
- Managing highly-complex projects and facilitating often unprecedented resolutions with multiple stakeholders
- Completing non-disaster and disaster program environmental compliance reviews
- Reviewing, drafting, and finalizing agreement documents, standard operating procedures, policy, guidance, resources or tools, especially those related to streamlining Environmental and Historic Preservation compliance reviews
- Conducting training and outreach to internal and external stakeholders
- Leading an EHP team during the immediate response to a disaster
25% or less - Travel up to 25% will be required in this position.
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