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Position Title: Supervisory Public Affairs Specialist (ESF15 Operations Branch Chief)

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Pay Plan/Series/Grade: IC-1035-14

Location(s): Bothell, WA

Open period: 09/21/2021 to 09/28/2021

Announcement Number: FEMA-21-AIH-485399-CORE

The posting will close at 100 applicant resumes received, or 09/28/2021, whichever comes first.


Position Title: Planning and Products Manager (Writer)

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Pay Plan/Series/Grade: IT 2

Location(s): Bothell, WA (can also include Anchorage, AK)

Open period: 09/20/2021 to 10/04/2021

Announcement Number: FEMA-21-SKE-488041-CORE

The posting will close at 100 applicant resumes received, or 10/04/2021, whichever comes first.


Position Title: Public Affairs Specialist

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Pay Plan/Series/Grade: IC-1035-12

Location(s): Bothell, WA

Open period: 09/22/2021 to 10/04/2021

Announcement Number: FEMA-21-CB-485408-CORE

The posting will close at 100 applicant resumes received, or 10/04/2021, whichever comes first.



Position Title: Public Affairs Specialist (IGA)

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Pay Plan/Series/Grade: IC-1035-12

Location(s): Bothell, WA

Open period: 09/23/2021 – 10/04/2021

Announcement Number: FEMA-21-NLR-485404-CORE

The posting will close at 100 applicant resumes received, or on 10/04/2021, whichever comes first.


City of Auburn Emergency Manager

Salary: $100,885.20 – $124,014.48 Annually
Location: Auburn, WA
Job Type: Full-Time
Department: Administration
Job Number: 2021-00136
*This position is open until filled. Priority consideration given to applications received on or before September September 12, 2021 at 11:59 PM.
The City of Auburn, a thriving municipality in the Puget Sound area, is seeking a Emergency Manager in our Administration Department.  This position is responsible for ensuring that the City remains in compliance with federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and guidelines related to emergency management; pursuing and administering emergency management grants related to program needs and post-disaster reimbursement; advising City administration and department heads on emergency management issues; ensuring necessary training is conducted and appropriate certifications/qualifications are obtained by City Staff; representing the City at appropriate meetings; and administering the City’s emergency management budget.

Stevens County Emergency Management Director

Status: Open
Position Posted: 8/20/2021
Applications Due: Open until filled
Responsible for the planning, administering, organizing, coordinating and evaluating natural and technological disaster response programs for Stevens County, as well as responding to emergency incidents, and serves as principal advisor to the County Commissioners, Sheriff, and elected officials of each municipality/district in such matters

About This Position:


Education and Experience Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in Emergency Management, Communications, Public Administration or closely related field; and six years of progressively responsible experience including three years in a supervisory or managerial capacity.  Equivalent combination of education and experience which provide the applicant and the county with the necessary attributes for this position will be considered.

Experience or training in mitigating against, preparing for, responding to, and recovering from emergencies, disasters or terrorist events.

Experience and established relationships working with local, state, and federal emergency management agencies.

Experience in creating, evaluating and coordinating emergency management plans.

Valid Washington State Driver’s license.

Successful completion of a criminal background investigation.

Supervisory Management and Program Analyst


Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency

Integrated Operations Division
  • Open & closing dates: 07/20/2021 to 08/02/2021
  • Location: Seattle, WA
  • Service: Competitive
  • Pay scale & grade: GS 13
  • Salary: $99,319 to $146,120 per year
    • Salary is based on location and is within the salary range.
  • Appointment type: Permanent
  • Work schedule: Full-time
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Joining CISA means being part of the team focused on securing the Nation’s physical and cyber infrastructure against threats to public health and safety, economy, and national security; we Defend Today, Secure Tomorrow. Within CISA, the Integrated Operations Division (IOD) coordinates, collaborates, and executes CISA’s operational activities to ensure seamless support and expedited response to critical needs. IOD enhances mission effectiveness and situational awareness by unifying the conduct and reporting of CISA operations through a single channel to provide CISA leadership with a common operational picture and ensure cross-divisional coordination in the implementation of CISA programs. IOD delivers intelligence products and context to support all missions. The division also conducts continuity and internal exercises to improve operational readiness throughout CISA. IOD serves as the primary service delivery function for CISA customers, operating under the direction of the ten regional directors. IOD standardizes and expands CISA’s presence in the regions to adapt to evolving requirements and coordinates with other divisions on implementation of programs in the field.

Visit to learn more about CISA and how you can be part of the team to Defend Today; Secure Tomorrow.

In this position, you will serve as a Regional Operations Officer. Typical work assignments include:

  • Serving as the key advisor regarding administration and coordination of CISA operations activities within the region.
  • Supporting the Regional Director and regional personnel during planning and execution of incident response, including drills, exercises or simulations, and special events [i.e. National Special Security Events (NSSE) and Special Event Activity Rating (SEAR)].
  • Supporting the coordination of regional assessment activities (i.e. Regional Resiliency Assessment Program (RRAP) and other assessment activities), to include providing project management of critical infrastructure security operations within the region.
  • Leading, managing and contributing to the CISA Regional Operations (OPS) core functions. Core OPS functions include tracking, reporting, serving as an information hub and clearing house, and maintaining critical data and information for regional personnel during steady-state, incident response, and project-based analytical support activities.
  • Supporting the Regional Director in determining regional critical infrastructure(e.g. cyber, physical and chemical) protection and resilience priorities, goals and strategies to effectively provide infrastructure protection support within a region.
  • Lead the analysis of critical infrastructure dependencies and interdependencies within region/district programs and conduct cascading effects analysis to determine how dependencies might affect the region during an incident.
  • Providing operational critical infrastructure (e.g. cyber, physical and chemical) analysis and producing regional and district-level reports to keep stakeholders informed.