Duties & Responsibilities
- Able to determine and research pertinent data for affected area; complete a Benefit-Cost Analysis utilizing FEMA-approved software or methodology, collect perishable data, analyze, and integrate the data in GIS applications.
- Identify potential mitigation projects and develop innovative solutions that meet program and project objectives.
- Perform contracting oversight; write Scopes-of-Work for disaster related response and recovery.
- Demonstrate knowledge and experience for review of environmental regulations (NEPA/NHPA), Hazard Mitigation Grant Program.
- Identify and develop potential cost-effective public assistance mitigation opportunities.
- Review plans, specifications, and mitigation project submittals for compliance with building codes.
Relevant Experience Required: 1-5 years
Knowledge, Skills & AbilitiesPhysical: Standing for long periods, sitting at a computer, day and night driving. Light to moderate lifting. Stairs. Fieldwork under harsh, demanding conditions.
Computer: Familiar and capable of using Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
Technical: Be familiar with Incident Command System organization and processes.
- Compile and analyze data, report recommendations.
- Identify and document innovative technologies, recommend building code changes and/or best practices that would result in more hazard resistant construction.
- Knowledge, skill, and ability in the fields of: Architect: (Landscape, Design, Commercial, Residential, or Local planning) or Engineering: (Civil, Structural, Systems, Mechanical, Electrical, Wastewater,
- Interpersonal / Communication: Able to communicate effectively in writing and verbally.