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Posted: 09/18/2011

Employer
FEMA
Disaster Recovery Teams

FEMA’s mission is to support our citizens and first responders to ensure that as a nation we work together to build, sustain, and improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate all hazards.


Position
Historic Preservation Specialist
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Neptune, NJ
Details
$15/hr
 

Historic Preservation Specialist will serve on FEMA's Environmental Planning & Historic Preservation compliance team for disaster recovery operations in NJ (4021/4033-DR-NJ). The specialist will meet with local government, conduct site visits, review proposed public facility repair and replacement projects, consult with the State Historic Preservation Office, and document compliance reviews in accordance with the National Historic Preservation Act. Limited field work involved. Strong communication and computer skills are required.

Must be resident of State of New Jersey with valid NJ drivers license.

Must be able to start within month of September or early October and be available for full-time, 40+ hour work weeks for a minimum of 60 days. Job duration could be 180 days+. Occassional weekend duty hours may be required.

Salary is $15/hour. No benefits.

For more information about the work duties, web search for "FEMA EHP".

OPen until
none given

How to apply
Send resume to FEMAEHPRII@hotmail.com to the attention of the Regional Environmental Officer, Ms. Megan Jadrosich. Qualified candidates will be contacted by FEMA Human Resources for an interview at Neptune, NJ, Joint Field Office.

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