FEMA Seeks Engineers, Architects, Environmental Specialists for New York Office

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Release date: 
October 1, 2001
Release Number: 
HQ-01-140

October 10, 2001 -- No more resumes are needed for these positions at this time.

New York, NY, October 1, 2001 -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency is seeking applicants for temporary, intermittent Engineering positions at its Disaster Field Office in New York to perform design and development for repair projects.

Positions include:

  • Civil Engineer with experience in public works projects
  • Electrical or Mechanical Engineer with experience in water treatment systems or electrical transmission/distribution systems
  • Environmental Engineer with experience in environmental policies
  • Architect with public works projects experience and historical preservation experience
  • Environmental Specialist with knowledge of Federal environmental regulations.

Candidates must have a bachelor's degree in an appropriate engineering field and 5 + years' professional experience; ability to prepare designs, specifications to rebuild infrastructure; ability to modify approaches and adapt equipment; and knowledge of concepts of related engineering fields.

To apply, please FAX an application or r?sum? to: 940-323-2810 attn. LLN. Applications/r?sum?s MUST contain the following: Social Security Number; Citizenship, current and former job information, including employer's name and address, hours worked per week, starting and ending dates of employment and salary history.
U.S. citizen, EOE.

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July 16, 2012 - 18:46
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