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Employment Type:
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Electrical Engineer
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Job Description

FEMA is seeking a talented and experienced Electrical Engineer. In this role, you will serve as a Public Assistance Grant Program Electrical Engineer and will be responsible for providing electrical engineering advice and operational assistance in support of the Region 6 Public Assistance Program. The position is located in Denton, Texas and starts at a salary of $64,161 (IC-11) or $76,903 (IC-12).

Typical assignments include:

  • Responds to inquiries regarding complex technical responses and electrical engineering issues related to the Public Assistance Grant Program.

  • Resolves technical conflicts, which may arise between local and state agencies, groups, engineering firms and applicants.

  • Provides recommendations for eligibility of assistance to the Public Assistance Branch Chief or Team Leads.

  • Determines requirements and prepares scopes of work and cost estimates.

  • Reviews selected project application, supporting documentation, and federal agency reports for accuracy and compliance with applicable FEMA policies and procedures.

    Apply today by sending your resume to , include "Electrical Engineer" in the subject line.

About the Company

FEMA's mission is to support our citizens and first responders to ensure that as a nation we work together to build, sustain and improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate all hazards.

Join our team and use your talent to support Americans in their times of greatest need. We foster innovation, reward performance, creativity, and challenge our employees to develop professionally, to advance in their role and help the FEMA maintain a well-skilled, knowledgeable, and high performing workforce.


Applicants must be eligible to work in the specified location

About Federal Emergency Management Agency

Every year, disasters put millions of Americans in danger and destroy billions of dollars worth of property. But every year, all year, FEMA is on the job of helping communities reduce their risk, helping emergency officials prepare for any hazard or helping people get back on their feet after their lives are disrupted by a disaster. FEMA, a federal agency since 1979, became part of the Department of Homeland Security on March 1, 2003. FEMA's mission within the department is to lead the effort to prepare the nation for all potential disasters and to manage the federal response and recovery efforts following any national incident, whether natural or man-made.