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Posted: 07/26/2011

Employer
FEMA


Position
Environmental and Historic Preservation Specialist
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Biloxi, MS
Details
 

Specific Duties:

* Identifies, plans, coordinates, monitors, and completes project EHP compliance reviews of FEMA-funded projects under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the National Historic Preservation Act (NHP), and other applicable EHP laws, implementing regulations, Presidential executive orders (EOs), other Federal and State requirements, and relevant DHS/FEMA policies.

* Provides EHP technical assistance and public outreach for the State and Applicants for project EHP reviews, planning, design, regulatory consultations, and compliance.

* Monitors Technical Assistance Contract (TAC), Hazard Mitigation Technical Assistance Program (HMTAP), and other FEMA contracted EHP task orders.

* Responds to public, media, Congressional, White House, and other inquiries for assigned projects.

* Provides advice and assistance to state, local and/or tribal governments on matters relating to the development, execution, and monitoring of adequate environmental protection policies, plans, and programs and reviews, analyzes, and recommends modifications of plans and/or programs developed by state, local and/or tribal government entities to implement various provisions of Federal EHP standards.

OPen until
08/09/2011

How to apply
http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=101189973&JobTitle=Environmental+Historic+Preservation+Specialist-0028-11&q=fema&where=biloxi&brd=3876&vw=b&FedEmp=N&FedPub=Y&x=48&y=7&AVSDM=2011-07-26+08%3a28%3a00#apply

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