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Community Relations Specialists are two types of local hires that are working in  the Hurricane Sandy recovery process.
Community Relations Specialists are two types of local hires that are working in  the Hurricane Sandy recovery process.
FEMA PIO with Volunteer Medical Group
FEMA PIO with Volunteer Medical Group
FEMA Community Relations specialists work at a local Costco
FEMA Community Relations specialists work at a local Costco
Mitigation Presentation at Kids Workshop
Mitigation Presentation at Kids Workshop
FEMA Corps Staff are assigned to Logistics at the Joint Field Office
FEMA Corps Staff are assigned to Logistics at the Joint Field Office

America looks to FEMA during emergencies. Now FEMA looks to you. Join our team to support disaster survivors when they need you most.

FEMA fosters innovation, rewards performance and creativity, and provides challenges on a routine basis with a well-skilled, knowledgeable, high performance workforce.

There are many fulfilling ways to work in Federal emergency management and help disaster survivors. Watch this video of Administrator Craig Fugate explaining why working for FEMA is both challenging and rewarding, and why you should consider joining our team.

Explore - Job Openings at FEMA

Find your fit – explore the different ways you can work for FEMA and apply today!

Watch this video to see just a few of the varied opportunities and employees that make up FEMA.

Prepare - Application Steps, Tips, and Guidelines

Stand out in the crowd – learn how to make your application shine.

  • Steps to Applying - Find out what FEMA looks for in employees and the steps you must take to apply for a job, including requesting accommodation if you are an applicant with a disability
  • Tips & Guidelines about Federal Employment - Get general information about applying for jobs in and working for the Federal Government

Inform - Working for FEMA

Get to know what it’s like to work for FEMA before applying. 

Watch this video to learn how one employee supports disasters and why working for FEMA is uniquely rewarding.

Last Updated: 
07/25/2014 - 18:37
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