Friday, September 6, 2019

Job Opportunity: DHS\FEMA. Supervisory Emergency Management Specialist (Preparedness), GS-0089-15

A vacancy announcement has posted for an Supervisory Emergency Management Specialist (Preparedness), GS-0089-15 in the National Preparedness Directorate (NPD), National Training and Education System (NTES).
The below JOA Open September 04, 2019 and Close September 17, 2019


This job will close when we have received 200 applications which may be sooner than the closing date.

Please note: In order to assist with the hiring process, NPD 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.  If you have any  questions about how to apply, to which announcement to apply, and which supporting documents (SF50s, Member-4 copy DD214s, VA Letters of Employment, etc.) to use to prove eligibility, please don’t hesitate to ask.

Stress Management. September 2019

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Stress Management
Feeling stress is normal, but too much of it can hurt your health. Learn about the different types of stress, how you can recognize the signs in loved ones young and old, and simple ways to help your family de-stress. Knowing there are resources out there is important especially during the new school year.

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BEMA International ONLINE STORE

BEMA International ONLINE STORE
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