The West Virginia
Emergency Management Division (WVEMD) seeks exceptional men and women to join
our team and help the agency manage disaster preparedness, mitigation, response
and recovery efforts throughout the state by coordinating with all responsible
The division contains
multiple branches that work seamlessly together to achieve WVEMD's overall
mission. In addition to these branches and the Watch Center, which is staffed
24/7, the division operates the State’s Emergency Operations Center when the
Governor orders an activation.
WVEMD coordinates resources and support as requested by local emergency
management agencies who administer direct assistance to citizens.
All applicants must pass a criminal background screening and submit a West Virginia Division of Personnel Application.
WVEMD is seeking
candidates for the following positions:
ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN II EMD2100011
This position performs accounting and administrative support work in the Finance and Administration section. Duties include the maintenance of accounts, ledgers, journals, financial records, reconciliation and preparation of various financial statements and documents, processing payroll data and the preparation of standard financial reports. Requires familiarity with the State financial management system (WVOASIS). See directions below to apply.
Full time, Kanawha County.
Salary: $27,000.00 - $31,000.00
E911 TELECOMMUNICATOR EMD2100008
specialized communications work involving the receipt, analysis and reporting
of information and notifications within the centralized Watch Center of the Emergency
The Watch Center is staffed 24/7/365. Monitors emergency/tip-lines,
radio frequencies and various data collection systems in order to provide
first-line, proactive awareness of on-going events. Receives and reviews
time-critical information and notifications in order to provide early warning,
response and recovery information and guidance. Work involves obtaining,
analyzing, prioritizing, recording, and reporting incoming data and
notifications and communicating relevant information to applicable individuals
and organizations including federal, state, county and local agencies.
EMERGENCY SERVICES SPECIALIST (Area Liaison)Posting Number: EMD2100009
DUTIES: Under executive direction, manages an organized section providing administrative and support services in the highly complex and sensitive Infrastructure Protection and Public Safety Intelligence sections. Manages the delivery of services that address all hazards across all mission sets focusing on improving the state's capabilities and capacity to detect, prevent, respond and mitigate natural and man-made emergencies and disasters. Liaisons serve as this agency's senior field officials and engage with other federal, state, and local officials.
This position is full-time and operates in Region 6: Boone, Cabell, Lincoln, Logan, Mason, Mingo and Wayne counties and requires statewide travel.
Salary: $38,000 - $46,000
INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYST I Posting Number: EMD2100010
DUTIES: Manages the overall flood warning software platform to ensure data quality, correct display of data on the public website, technical support to the website. Performs network administration for the flood warning data collection network to ensure correct flow of data from the field to the ONERAIN servers. At the advanced level, troubleshoot, maintain, repair, install, program, and test all sensitive scientific sensors and data transmitters for meteorological stations, rain gauges and repeaters.
Statewide, full time.
Salary: $42,988.00 - $46,000.00
All applicants must complete and submit a West Virginia Division of Personnel Application.
Send West Virginia Division
of Personnel Application to:
2403 Fairlawn Avenue
Dunbar, WV 25064
Please include posting
number on application.