FEMA Hiring Fleet Management Position in La.

October 07, 2015 - Press Release

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is hiring for an open fleet management position in Baton Rouge to employees of the Louisiana Recovery Office (LRO).

Requirements for this position include U.S. citizenship, registration with the Selective Service (if applicable), and the ability to pass a background investigation. This position is tasked with providing a wide range of administrative support for the office to include preparing reports on vehicle usage, operations and associated costs; providing technical support for vehicle maintenance; and operating, repairing and transporting vehicles from automotive shops and other associated businesses. This position may require non-emergency travel.

Candidates should have at least one year of  experience at or equivalent to the GS-7 level of federal government work. This should involve tracking fleet vehicles, using records management systems, ensuring proper fleet maintenance, and responding to fleet-related requests and concerns.

Candidates should have a master's or an equivalent level of education in a field related to the scope of this position. This application window will close on Oct. 9 or when 200 submissions have been received.

For more information or to apply, click here.

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