The ideal candidate will have experience in engineering based flood studies & mapping in support of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) including experience assisting communities in reducing their flood risk. This position starts at a salary of $70,275 (GS-11), with promotion potential to $84,231 (GS-12). Apply for this exciting opportunity to become a member of the Region 3 Mitigation Division within FEMA.Learn more about this agency
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In this position, you will serve as a Civil Engineer in the Risk Analysis Branch of the Mitigation Division, this position requires knowledge of local and regional natural hazard planning, hydrology, hydraulics and floodplain mapping . Typical assignments include:
- Managing and overseeing highly technical and complex projects relating to floodplain mapping.
- Recommending technical direction and coordinating with other Regional Project Officers in conducting flood risk studies and mapping.
- Reviewing completed work submitted by Regional mapping partners for technical adequacy of results and to determine conformance with FEMA policies, procedures, and methods.
- Collaborating with Federal Agencies, State Agencies, Tribes, local governments and other stakeholders in the development and review of flood hazard information.
- Identifying and defining study and mapping standards and recommending modifications so that flood hazard maps and studies reflect current policy and legal requirements.
Promotion Potential: Future promotions will be dependent on your ability to perform the duties at a higher level, the continuing need for an employee assigned to the higher level, and administrative approval.
50% or less - Travel may be required up to 30% of the time.
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