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FEMA, Supervisory Environmental Protection -Kansas City, Mo - May 10, 2023

05/01/2023 6:47 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Supervisory Environmental Protection Specialist

Position Overview: Incumbent serves as an expert Environmental & Historic Preservation (EHP) advisor to the Region 7 Mitigation Division. Incumbent manages EHP staff and oversees grant project reviews to ensure compliance with all applicable EHP laws, requirements, and directives. Incumbent provides technical advisory assistance to State, Tribal and local governments.

Program Office: EHP Region VII, Mitigation Division, EHP Branch

Duty Station: Kansas City, MO

Remote Eligibility: Telework

Position Type: CORE

Supervisory: Supervisor

Salary: $99,916 - $129,889 per year

Pay Scale, Series & Grade: IC-0028-13

Application Period: 4/26/2023 to 5/10/2023

Period Ending: EOD

How to Apply: USAJOBS - Job Announcement


Supervising and managing staff within the Mitigation Division, Environmental and Historic Branch

Overseeing and completing Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) grant program environmental compliance reviews

Providing environmental planning and historic preservation policy and project compliance support and technical assistance to FEMA’s programs and operations as well as State, Tribal, and local governments

Collaborating with FEMA headquarters program staff, regional staff, and field staff

Managing highly complex projects with short and long-term objectives

Facilitating often unprecedented resolutions with multiple stakeholders

Reviewing, drafting, and finalizing agreement documents, standard operating procedures, policy, guidance, resources, or tools – especially those related to streamlining environmental and historic preservation (EHP) compliance reviews and process improvements across non-disaster related programs

Federal Emergency Management Agency

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