The ideal candidate will serve as the primary spokesman for mitigation programs in a declared disaster area and will work directly with senior State level representatives in addition to a full range of external stakeholders. Provide day-to-day management and guidance to staff and is responsible for the strategic leadership and implementation of the program.
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EMERGENCY ASSIGNMENT: Every FEMA employee has regular and recurring emergency management responsibilities, though not every position requires routine deployment to disaster sites. All positions are subject to recall around the clock for emergency management operations, which may require irregular work hours, work at locations other than the official duty station, and may include duties other than those specified in the employee's official position description. Travel requirements in support of emergency operations may be extensive in nature (weeks to months), with little advance notice, and may require employees to relocate to emergency sites with physically austere and operationally challenging conditions.
In this position, you will serve as the Hazard Mitigation Branch Director Type I, and support personnel across the country working to support the citizens and first responders to ensure that the nation works together in mitigating all hazards as a member of the Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration, Insurance Mitigation and Readiness Division, Cadre Management Branch Team. Typical duties include:
- Managing, Coordinating, and implementing Hazard Mitigation , and the National Flood Insurance Program statutory requirements.
- Managing the Hazard Mitigation group to ensure effective implementation of Stafford Act Programs and National Flood Insurance Reform Act , as amended.
- Working directly with senior State level representatives, local government officials, and Tribal Nations.
- Developing group functional plans to advance the Hazard Mitigation strategy.
- Collaborating with State Hazard Mitigation, State National Floodplain and Insurance Program Coordinator, Regional Mitigation and Headquarters Mitigation to ensure the development of a Hazard Mitigation Strategy for the disaster.
Promotion Potential: Positions filled under Stafford Act regulations generally do not have documented promotion potential; however, dependent on an employee’s ability to perform higher level duties, the continuing need for an employee to perform work associated with a higher level position, and administrative recommendation and approval, promotions may be earned by CORE employees.
Occasional travel - Occasional non-emergency travel may be required.
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