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Current Job Openings in the Emergency & Disaster Management Field 
  • May 23, 2017 - Contract work at Constant Associates in Hawthorne, CA
  • May 23, 2017 - Need an intern - consider the following program
  • May 21, 2017 - ARC LA Region, Disaster Program Specialist
  • April 25, 2017 - Emergency and Security Manager
  • Mar 18, 2017 - Staff Services Analysis (General), San Luis Obispo County, Cal OES
  • Feb 28, 2017-  Los Angeles, CA- Business Continuity Specialist, USC
  • Feb 2, 2017 - City of El Segundo Emergency Management Coordinator 

Two 1099 contract jobs available:

Constant Associates is looking for 1099 support in response to the two opportunities outlined below.  If you have expertise in this area, or know someone who does, and are interested in potential 1099 work please email or call me at your convenience.

Post-Terror/Violence Recovery Plan Annex:  Subject matter expert with experience developing terrorism/mass violence response and recovery plans. This is whole community planning for recover, not tactical response to a terrorist incident.

Commodity Donations Management Plan: Subject matter expert with experience developing commodity donations management plans and operational experience during events.


Scott MacKay, General Manager

Emergency Management | Health Security | Healthcare Preparedness
Direct: (424) 320-2587

Need an intern? - Consider YPI's (Youth Policy Institute) Pathways to Justice Careers Grant (Posted May 23, 2017)

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The Youth Policy Institute received a Pathways to Justice Careers grant recently from the Department of Labor. This grant looks to develop career pathways and expose at-risk youth in low income/high crime neighborhoods to the emergency services fields. 


We have broken these fields into 3 main categories to include public safety (LEOs, Loss Prevention, Private Security, etc.), emergency (fire, EMT, emergency management) and law (judge, attorneys, paralegal). Through the grant we provide case management, mentoring, academic assistance, and paid summer internships for these youth; I have attached a 1-pager which explains this a little more. 


I was hoping that we might be able to discuss some of the possible mentoring opportunities and the possible placement of some of our participants into paid summer internships. Is this something you all might be interested in? If so, I will be happy to set up a meeting or call to discuss this further.

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For more information please contact: Kyle Kirkpatrick, Program Manager at or 323.978.1578 


Disaster Program Specialist, ARC Los Angeles Area, Arcadia Office (Posted May 21, 2017)

The Disaster Program Specialist position in Arcadia is now up and I’ve included the link here. The job will be based in the Arcadia Office and they will be reporting to me and will be working with an amazing volunteer workforce.


Some items that are not listed in the link are the following:

  • I am looking for someone who has previous experience working with volunteer groups, either as a member or supervisor.
  • We serve a population that has a high Spanish and Chinese speaking community. It would be preferred if they were bilingual in either Spanish or Chinese, but not required.
  • The Disaster Program Specialist will be working on some nights and weekends.
  • Looking for an individual who isn’t afraid to work hard and is looking for the opportunity to grow.

Barbara Mariscal

Disaster Program Manager, T2

American Red Cross Los Angeles Region


Mobile: (626) 701-7054


PDF of the ARC Disaster Program Specialist May72017.pdf


Santa Clara Valley Water District - Emergency And Security Manager (Posted 4/25/2017 - Closing 5/19/17)

Do you have extensive experience in emergency management operations from preparedness through activation of an Emergency Operations Center?  

Are you well versed in threat assessment, collaboration with other public agencies, and a strong leader in times of crisis?

Unit: Security and Emergency Services

Division: Watersheds

Help protect our valuable water resources! We are looking for an Emergency and Security Manager that has the expertise to train the District's staff and develop internal procedures to ensure the safety of our water resources, the community and our employees.  This position will manage a wide range of critical infrastructure and incidents, including responses to natural disasters such as earthquakes and floods; oversee and participate in emergency center management; cultivate ongoing relationships with public safety agencies; and manage strategic threat assessment.

Website Here....

Santa Clarita Valley Job Description.pdf

CAL OES Staff Services Analysis (General) in San Luis Obispo County (posted 3/18/17 - Deadline - Till Filled)

CAL OES Logo.pngThe California Specialized Training Institute (CSTI) supports statewide training, exercises, and education in emergency management, public safety, homeland security, hazardous materials, disaster recovery, and crisis communications for local, state, and tribal governments, emergency management personnel, and private-sector customers. 

Job Offer PDF here....

In the event of an emergency:

Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) is an emergency response, homeland security, and disaster recovery agency and as a result, is a dynamic and exciting place to work in a team-oriented environment. Cal OES provides training to enhance the understanding of emergency and incident management to all employees. As an employee, you may be contacted and requested to report to work in the event of an emergency. This contact may be outside of your normal working hours (evenings/nights, weekends, and holidays). This service may require irregular work hours, work locations other than the official duty location, and may include duties other than those specified in your official position description. Travel requirements in support of emergency operations may be extensive in nature (weeks to months), with little advance notice, and you may be required to relocate to emergency sites. 

University of Southern California-Business Continuity Specialist (posted 2/28/17 - Deadline 5/11/17)


General Description
Performs university-wide business continuity and disaster recovery planning and analysis, as defined in university policies and governance structure. Provides guidance for multiple school and university departments on business continuity and disaster recovery design and implementation for Institute-wide business continuity and disaster recovery management programs.

Learn more here...

City of El Segundo Emergency Management Coordinator (posted 2/2/17 - Deadline - when filled)


Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities:
Prepares and maintains the City's emergency readiness/preparedness plan in compliance with various local, state and federal requirements; reviews and approves City departments' contingency plans; coordinates emergency response plans with neighboring cities, local agencies and businesses; serves as the City's point of contact with external officials on emergency preparedness; maintains the City's emergency operations center and emergency supplies in a state of readiness; maintains and tests area communications systems for readiness effectiveness and efficiency.

Emergency Management Coordinator...Website...

Mayra Houston
Human Resources Director (Interim)
City of El Segundo
Office: (310)524-2335