Need a job? FEMA is hiring locals for its Hurricane Ida Recovery Team
BATON ROUGE - The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced Thursday that it has an immediate need to employ residents of Louisiana as temporary local hires to assist with disaster response and recovery efforts.
Local hire employees are local residents who aid in the recovery of the community and help their fellow citizens in the recovery process.
To see which positions are available, visit the following link: current FEMA positions on USAJobs.gov
FEMA says most temporary local hires are employed through a streamlined hiring process.
A local hire’s term of employment is 120 days, though it may be extended in 120-day increments.
Those who are seeking employment must meet the following criteria:
-Applicants must be U.S. citizens to be considered for this position.
-Applicants must pass a background investigation.
-Selective Service registration is required for males born after Dec. 31, 1959.
To see other FEMA career postings, visit fema.gov/careers.
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