Good question: during process with NYCEM: Are there any stipends with this position?
This is an unpaid internship.
For information on NYCEM go to www.nyc.gov/oem
Division/Unit: Operations/Operations Planning
Supervisor: Kevin Clark
Number of Interns Needed: 1
Preferred Education Level: Undergraduate or Graduate
Description of Project/ Intern Responsibilities:
Take direction and directly assist the Intern Supervisor in production of assigned aspects of plans, programs, and projects. This would involve writing, editing, meeting coordination, and communications with assigned groups or individuals. The range of projects and responsibilities include:
Special event operational plan development (Fleet Week, large public concerts and parades, race events, UNGA / VIP visits, etc.)
Aspects of coastal storm and other emergency plans
Community outreach program support
Interagency briefings and meetings for related plans, programs and projects
Development of training and standard operating procedures
Interested candidates should be prepared to discuss how their career and academic interests relate to emergency management operations, especially how their abilities and skills could match available assignments.
Requirements/special skills needed:
Successful candidates will be in their third or fourth year of undergraduate study, or pursuing advance degrees in government policy, international relations, law, applied science or any field with a bearing on emergency plans / programs / project specific disciplines
E-mail resume and cover letter to: Jobs@oem.nyc.gov
Mail to: HR Coordinator,
NYC Emergency Management
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Brooklyn, NY 11201
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