Careers with FEMA
During times of emergency, America turns to the Federal Emergency Management Agency. FEMA is looking for new people to join the team and support people who have suffered from disasters. FEMA prides itself on performance and emergency response, and offers well-skilled, knowledgeable, and high performance career paths.
Working for FEMA
- FEMA Work Types – Career Paths
- Permanent – Full Time Jobs
- Cadre of On-Call Response/Recovery Employees
- Temporary Local Hires
- Pathways (Interns, Recent Grads, PMFs)
- FEMA Corps
- Learn about current disaster declarations in the United States.
- Programs for Veterans and Disabled Veterans
- FAQs about Jobs at FEMA
- Operations Specialist
- Logistics Management Specialist
- Emergency Management Specialist
- Budget Analyst
- General Engineer
- Hazard Mitigation Specialist
- Contract Specialist
- Mission Assignment Manager
- Program Support Assistant
- Human Resources Specialist
- Storm Recovery Professionals
- Junior Operations Analyst
- Disaster Project Specialist
- Training Specialist
- Safety Officer
- Cost Estimator
- Mechanical Engineers
- Steps to Applying
Find out what FEMA looks for in employees and the steps you must take to apply for a job, including requesting accommodation if you are an applicant with a disability.
- Tips & Guidelines about Federal Employment
Get general information about applying for jobs in and working for the Federal Government.
Get Started Today
Search Full-time and Intermittent Positions on USAJobs.gov. If you are 18 to 24 Years Old – Apply to be a FEMA Corps Member or Team Leader. Students and Recent Graduates should take a look at the Pathways Programs.