Kansas Emergency
Management Association

Job Postings

Jobs in Kansas with Emergency Management related duties can be posted on our website for 60 days at no charge.  Please submit job postings using our contact form

  • 06/02/2021 9:36 AM | Keri Korthals (Administrator)

    Butler County has an opening for Deputy Director of Emergency Management. Under the supervision of the Director of Emergency Management, the Deputy Director is involved with planning, directing and coordinating activities of the Emergency Management program. Work involves clerical, communications, supervision of subordinate and volunteer personnel, as well as assuming a leadership role in emergency operations during crisis and disaster response. 

    This position is currently open until July 1st.  Interested individuals can apply on the Butler County Job Postings

    Click here to access the Job Description

  • 05/13/2021 8:27 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Location: Wichita, KS, US / Company: Sedgwick County

    Department:  Emergency Management

    Pay:  $40,851.00 annually 

    Work Schedule: Monday-Friday 8AM-5PM 

    Guide the development and implementation of an effective county-wide emergency planning system focused on the county’s ability to mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from all-hazard disasters.  Support local planning efforts for all of Sedgwick County’s communities and local partner agencies.  This position will also serve as the on-call duty officer on a rotating schedule.

    Find complete details and apply here.

  • 04/28/2021 12:55 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    A new NABC position has recently received approval. We are looking for a 4th team member, we are calling an Emergency Management Specialist. This position will primarily work on emergency management related topics both directly for the operation of Kansas State University and on emergency management relevant work related to projects NABC does for outside clients like DHS, USDA, and other food/ag sector stakeholders.

    We are prioritizing creative problem solving, adaptability, enthusiasm, and a willingness to learn over years of direct experience, so this might be a good opportunity for someone who is a recent grad or is relatively new to the fields of either emergency management or food/ag defense. Please feel free to share this with anyone that you think might be interested.

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