All applicants must pass a criminal background screening and complete a Division of Personnel application.
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES ASSISTANT I
This is responsible administrative support work in the Public Assistance Grants Program in the Emergency Management Division. Performs complex administrative support duties relating to grant program reporting, fiscal/program management records reconciliation and subgrant application processing. Assists the public assistance grants manager in the collection and analysis of statistical data for grant program and subgrantee performance review.
Full-time, Kanawha County
Salary: $28,000 - $34,000
GRANTS MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST I—EMD2100012
This position prepares and reviews grant applications and ensures regulations are followed. Assists disaster grant applicants with program delivery through FEMA's web-based portal. Reviews vendor invoices and reimbursement requests, prepares final grants award packages, negotiates terms and conditions of grants awards including project plans and cost estimates.
Monitors post-award compliance with contract procurement, environmental, historic preservation, and insurance requirements and scope of work changes. Performs related work as required.
Full-time, Kanawha County
Salary: $44,000.00 - $56,000.00
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). To apply, see directions below.
Full time, Kanawha County.
Salary: $27,000.00 - $31,000.00
This position performs specialized communications work involving the
receipt, analysis and reporting of information and notifications within the
centralized Watch Center of the Emergency Management Division.
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.
2403 Fairlawn Avenue
Dunbar, WV 25064
Please include posting
number on application.