Thursday, June 6, 2019

Job Opportunity: FEMA. Supervisory EM Specialist

The following job vacancy announcement has posted to USA Jobs.
*Announcement number FEMA-19-VLS-303573-MP has been cancelled please re-apply to new announcement number FEMA-19-VLS-303573R-MP.

Job Title: Supervisory Emergency Management Specialist
Location: ORR, Response Directorate, Operations Division, NRCC Branch
Series-Grade: GS-0089-15
Duty Station: Washington, DC
Job Announcement Number:FEMA-19-VLS-303573R-MP
This announcement will close on, Friday, 6/14/19 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

In order to assist with the hiring process ORR is sharing certs within and across the agency for similar positions.  Selections for current vacancies or new vacancies may be made from available certs.  Apply for all positions that you would want to be considered for no matter which office it may be in. In addition, when applying for Merit Promotion announcements your latest SF-50 that shows you have competitive status must be attached.

In order to receive veteran’s preference under delegated examining hiring, ONLY a DD214 Member copy 4 issued by the branch of service will be used for verification of preference.  Official documentation, such as a statement of service, can also be submitted only if a DD-214 has not been issued yet.

This is the same under Merit Promotion announcements.  Applicant must attach a DD214 Member copy 4 in order to receive consideration under VEOA (Veteran’s Employment Opportunity Act).

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