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Jobs: Hagerty Hiring for Hurricane Matthew Recovery

Short- or long-term employment opportunities.

One of the givens from a large scale multi-state disaster like that brought on by Hurricane Matthew is that disaster recovery and mitigation efforts will be ramped up by states and local jurisdictions. Their internal staffs will need augmentation to deal with all the additional disaster recovery work.

Hagerty Consulting, which is based in Chicago, has a call out for people looking for either contract work or full-time employment. See item below that I got via email early on Sunday.

Hagerty Consulting continues its growth trend and is currently looking for FEMA PA and IA Recovery Practitioners to help coastal communities in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew. We are looking for professionals with experience in: FEMA PA Categories A, B, and C; Coastal Engineering; Cost Estimating; Grant Management; Engineering; Architecture; Hazard Mitigation; Temporary Housing; Debris; and Water / Wastewater Systems. Interested candidates should apply using this link: Hagerty Work for Us

It was almost a year ago that I blogged about Hagerty and their expanding need for employees due to growth.

Eric Holdeman is a contributing writer for Emergency Management magazine and is the former director of the King County, Wash., Office of Emergency Management.