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Hazard Mitigation Lead
ICF's Disaster Management division seeks a Hazard Mitigation Lead who will support FEMA Public Assistance (PA) and Hazard Mitigation projects in Oregon following the recent wildfire and straight-line wind events. The Hazard Mitigation Lead will work onsite with the Project Manager to ensure the applicant’s recovery priorities are met and identify opportunities for mitigation funding.
Identify opportunities for hazard mitigation under the Section 404 and Section 406 Hazard Mitigation Program
Review and compile information related to compliance with Section 428 of the Public Assistance Alternate Procedures Pilot Program
Provide technical assistance for mitigation project grant applications, including the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP), PA, and Hazard Mitigation Assistance (HMA)
Reviews PA (Stafford Act Section 406), HM grant program (Stafford Act Section 404), and other mitigation project applications
Conduct site visits in support of mitigation projects and application development
Support and collaborates with client, state, and FEMA in identifying, developing, and reviewing mitigation projects for eligibility and technical feasibility
Provide design and engineering analyses to help develop mitigation project scopes and cost estimates
Develop cost estimates for proposed mitigation projects
Review engineering/ architectural designs for the HM grant program to confirm sound mitigation techniques and compliance with policy guidelines
Provide technical assistance to local building code, land use, and floodplain management officials
Review, evaluate, and coordinate disaster-specific information, including engineering and analyses of disaster-impacted infrastructure
Conduct benefit-cost analyses of HM proposals, including data collection, development of appropriate methodologies, and interpretation of results
Provide expertise on local and national building codes and mitigation project code compliance
Write technical reports presenting hydrologic/hydraulic, engineering, architectural, and hazard/risk study results
7+ years of FEMA project experience including implementing mitigation programs in a post-disaster environment
Strong knowledge of basic floodplain management applications and statistical methodologies
Demonstrated success in the development and review of HM project proposals
Experience completing benefit-cost analysis for hazard mitigation proposals
Experience participating in community meetings about mitigation programs and their implementation
Experience with All Hazards mitigation including critical infrastructure (energy, water, gas, transportation), wildfires and earthquakes
Strong analytical, problem-solving, and decision-making capabilities
Strong written and verbal communication skills, emotional intelligence, critical thinking skills, and integrity and ethics
Team player with the demonstrated ability to build organizational capability, motivate teaming partners/staff to ensure high levels of engagement, and work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment
Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Project Management Software)
Working at ICF
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Portland, OR (OR08)