Woolpert, Inc. is a cutting-edge national architecture, engineering and geospatial (AEG) firm that delivers value to clients by blending engineering excellence with innovative technology and geospatial applications.
Woolpert has been contracted to support FEMA in Public Assistance (PA) disaster recovery efforts by providing professional engineering services in the inspection and assessment of public infrastructure, transportation, and buildings. This is an amazing opportunity to employ your unique skillsets by providing assistance and support to communities when they need it most.
The FEMA Structural Engineer will be involved in large/complex FEMA recovery projects located in 17 states across the mid-west including Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, North and South Dakota, and Montana.
This individual should have expertise specific to their professional background and must be available to deploy within the 17-state region listed above. Response and Recovery Deployment scenarios will vary on each task order, ranging from 6-12 months.
Candidates must be able to deploy the entire duration of the assigned task order and any option periods. The FEMA Structural Engineer labor category may fill multiple FEMA positions each position has different job duties. Following are the various positions a FEMA Structural Engineer can fulfill, Mitigation Specialist, Site Inspector/Project Specialist, and Program Delivery Manager (PDMG).
Mitigation Specialist - Develop cost-effective measures to eliminate or reduce future damages to damaged facilities – specifically, to reduce repetitive damage-to-damage public facilities in accordance with Section 205 of the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000. The Civil Engineer will also evaluate the effectiveness of mitigation measures that have been implemented in accordance with approved Hazard Mitigation Proposals.
Site Inspector/Project Specialist - These individuals will conduct site inspections for sites to validate infrastructure damage and record detailed damage descriptions during the inspection.
Program Delivery Manager (PDMG) - These individuals will manage the PA grant delivery process (from Applicant assignment to Exit Briefing) for an average amount of eight (8) individual applicants simultaneously. The number of applicants will vary from approximately 1 to 15 depending on the number of projects and the complexity of projects that an applicant claims. These individuals must ensure program delivery in a timely, professional, customer-centric manner that meets all assigned Applicant’s recovery priorities.
In order to qualify for this position, your resume must provide sufficient experience and/or education, knowledge, skills, and abilities, to perform the duties of the specific position for which you are being considered.
Education & Experience:
An Engineering degree is required + 5 or more years of field experience.
Must be a US Citizen per contract requirements
Ability to obtain a FEMA Entry of Duty (EOD) clearance which includes a background investigation with fingerprint and credit checks
Experience in disaster recovery preferred, previous FEMA Public Assistance experience a plus
Active Professional Structural Engineering license is preferred
Ability to provide excellent customer service
Excellent written and verbal communication skills in a dynamic environment
Ability to work independently as well as in a collaborative team environment
Requires 100% travel with 1-week rotations back home every 45-60 days, all federal holidays paid, and full benefits while deployed
Hourly position with all overtime paid at time and ½
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