VIP Federal Services- Program and Project Managers
Seeking management candidates nationally for full-time, part-time and consultant positions for federal contracts. Those with active/inactive clearances, prior military service, current National Guard/Reserve obligations, military spouses and retired federal civilian personnel encouraged to submit a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and put “Program Management” in the subject line.
Subject Matter Experts
VIP welcomes resume submissions from Subject Matter Experts in any of our business lines. We have both virtual and travel opportunities in support of our federal services. These are typically consultant positions. Writers, Editors, Curriculum Design, Learning Management Systems, Educators, Trainers, Graphic Designers, Web Developers, Psychological Services Providers, Employment Counselors, Construction Managers, Public Relations, Market Research Specialists, Contract Specialists, Recruiters, etc. Please submit a resume to email@example.com and put “SME” in the subject line. Also include a summary of your SME capabilities in your email.
Security Guards & Patrol Officers- Oregon and Washington
FT and PT opportunities. We provide training and licensing as well as uniforms and equipment. Minimum age of 18 required with GED or high school diploma for licensing. Patrol Officers must be 23 years of age due to insurance requirements. APPLY NOW
MARAD Maritime Career Services
Seeking alumni of USMMA, Cal Maritime, Maine Maritime, Texas A&M Maritime, Mass Maritime, Great Lakes Maritime and SUNY Maritime to volunteer as mentors to new graduates of these schools. Register Here
FEMA Corps & National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC)
An excellent option for those interested in business, construction, carpentry, building trades, environmental management, emergency services, forestry, disaster response, public administration, social sciences, law enforcement, homeland security, public health, writing/journalism, counseling, human services, recreation, non-profit services, or careers with local, state or federal government and organizations. Request more information or start your application
FEDERAL PROGRAM BENEFITS
- No experience or education level required; No diploma or degree required
- Gain experience while exploring career options
- Gain a competitive edge over other job applicants in private or government sectors
- Gain leadership and management experience
- Gain college credits for continuing education and workforce development (earn 6-9 credit hours)
- Gain new contacts by networking with government and community agency directors
- Gain new skills in your career field and expand your capabilities
- Gain advantages for college, trade school or apprenticeships
- Team Leader option for those with advanced skills and education (11 months)
- Begin application process at age 17
- Minimum of 10 month commitment- can be repeated
- Travel, lodging, healthcare provided plus childcare allowance if applicable
- Earn bi-weekly pay plus $6,095 to pay off educational debt or pay for future educational and job training expenses
Natural Disasters- manage volunteers; managing distribution centers and shelters; preparing and distributing meals; clearing debris; enrolling victims into emergency-assistance databases; mucking and gutting; surveying community assets; distributing educational materials and preparedness kits; implementing disaster-preparedness curricula; GIS mapping for improvements to community emergency response systems
Disaster Survivor Assistance- Work directly with Americans affected by disaster, manage documents, conduct surveys, or work at a recovery center. Register survivors for assistance in the field, utilize systems to map the areas you and your team will canvas, generate daily crew reports, and carry out status inquiries for survivors already registered.
Individual Assistance- Coordinate with nonprofits and government agencies to connect disaster survivors to services. Complete case reviews in Transitioning Sheltering Assistance, help with Direct Housing Missions, call applicants and inform them of the assistance appeal process, and assist in staffing Disaster Recovery Centers.
Logistics- Assist with distribution of supplies to disaster and recovery areas; inventory supplies and manage warehouse storage. Support IT wiring of FEMA facilities, or be there to open and close-out recovery offices.
Planning & GIS Systems- Plan during a disaster or research, write, and manage information for FEMA Regional Offices and Headquarters. Formulate Incident Action Plans and collect information for other products; work closely with planning teams to formulate Incident Maps and input data for map services and databases; assist while specialists produce incident specific geospatial products.
Public Assistance- Be there after disaster strikes to conduct damage assessments and input data for official reports. Participate in kickoff meetings and site visits, compile data for project worksheets, and support public assistance closeout for disasters.
Infrastructure- building wheelchair ramps; establishing community centers; building playgrounds; repairing and painting public facilities; rehabilitate property
Environmental Conservation- trail work; planting trees; removing invasive plant species; cleaning up rivers, streams, and beaches; performing water quality assessments; and leading environmental education workshops and camps for youth
Energy Conservation- providing energy efficiency assessments; assisting with installations of energy efficient appliances and light bulbs; developing recycling programs; performing home weatherization projects for low-income, disabled, and senior citizens; and providing and developing educational programming on sustainability and conservation practices
Urban and Rural Development- supporting homeless shelters, food banks, youth and family service organizations; historical preservation; programming for seniors and special populations; renovating and constructing homes; leading neighborhood and community revitalization projects; and providing direct service to students, parents, and families, employment counseling and health awareness