FEMA is Seeking Individuals for Reservist Program

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is looking for individuals to join its reservist program. The Reservist program is an opportunity for retired, professional, and early career job seekers.  Reservists work on an intermittent basis, supporting survivors of incidents.  They are the main FEMA workforce during an emergency or disaster that assists the agency in accomplishing its mission.  Each Reservist is hired to a personnel group (Cadre) based on his or her skills and experience.  The following FEMA cadres are currently seeking Reservists:

Acquisitions Alternative Dispute Resolution
Disaster Emergency Communications Disaster Field Training Operations
Disaster Survivor Assistance Disability Integration
Environmental/Historic Preservation Equal Rights
External Affairs Financial Management
Hazard Mitigation Human Resources
Individual Assistance Information Technology
Logistics National Disaster Recovery Support
Office of Chief Council Operations
Planning Public Assistance
Safety Security

Join Their Team

Reservists help FEMA respond to, recover from, and mitigate all hazards by performing a variety of emergency management functions.  Reservists functions include, but are not limited to, disaster survivors assistance, conducting and verifying damage assessments, and providing administrative, and logistical support.  FEMA is currently seeking talented men and women who are eager to assist disaster survivors as Reservist employees. Industry experts are needed in the capacities of: human resources, public affairs, emergency management, customer service, security, logistics, communications, or public relations.  Candidates who seek a rewarding opportunity to assist disaster survivors when they are most in need should send their resume to fema-careers@fema.dhs.gov.

For more information on the Reservist Program visit http://careers.fema.gov/reservists-intermittent.