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Job: Seattle, Community Engagement Coordinator

This is a priority for the city.

Here's a job you can sink your teeth into, Community Engagement Coordinator. Their general requirements are outlined below, but do read the entire employment announcement at the link above.

"Seattle Office of Emergency Management (OEM) is a nationally recognized program for its innovative and ongoing efforts in preparedness education and community outreach. Within the "Whole of Community" philosophy, the Office engages the community in planning, preparedness, training, exercises, and special initiatives that are centered on racial and social justice and equitable outcomes. Our community’s ability to survive and recover from a disaster is a shared mission between government and the community. OEM has several programs aimed at increasing community resilience. We encourage neighborhood preparedness through our Seattle Neighborhoods Actively Prepared (SNAP) program and reach non-English-speaking communities with vital training through our Community Safety Ambassador program."
Eric Holdeman is a contributing writer for Emergency Management magazine and is the former director of the King County, Wash., Office of Emergency Management.