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Public Assistance Coordinator (PAC) Crew Leader - Harvey
Company:Hunt, Guillot & Associates, LLC
City:Houston
State:Texas
  
Position Summary & Duties:
Hunt, Guillot & Associates (HGA) is a multi-disciplined project management & engineering services firm providing professional services to an extensive portfolio of customers throughout numerous industries. Since 1997, we have been building long-term customer relationships by listening to our clients and employees, leveraging our experience and delivering on our commitments.   HGA has numerous locations throughout Louisiana, Texas, Alabama, and New York, and a staff of nearly 500 employees – and has completed over 2,900 projects in over 30 states, Canada, Mexico, and the Middle East. HGA is recognized as a leader in the project management and engineering community and is currently ranked on the Engineering News Records list of Top 500 Design Firms, the ZweigWhite Hot Firm list, and on the Inc.500|5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America.

HUD SECTION 3 JOB OPPORTUNITY

The Public Assistance Coordinator (PAC) positions are defined project employee positions assisting with potential Hurricane Harvey recovery projects that may begin in the future, and could last 1-2 years.  

The Public Assistance Coordinator (PAC) Crew Leader works with the applicant to resolve disaster-related needs and ensure that the applicants projects are efficiently processed and in compliance with all laws, regulations, and policies. The Public Assistance Coordinator (PAC) Crew Leader is intimately familiar with the FEMA PA Program and a strong manager.  

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE COORDINATOR DUTIES:

Public Assistance Coordinator (PAC) assigned duties may include:

  • Evaluate the eligibility of disaster-related damages as defined by the Robert T. Stafford Act and 44 CFR, FEMA, and other federal policy and doctrine.
  • Develop damage descriptions, scopes of work and other products essential to the formulation of disaster recovery grants.
  • Interface with stakeholders at various agencies and levels of government
  • Conducting meetings with applicants to provide technical assistance on the PA Program and discuss potential mitigation options, environmental and historical laws, and any other special considerations
  • Working with applicants to develop projects
  • Support production of detailed, organized reports and reviews
  • Lead a team of Public Assistance (PA) Project Specialists
Qualifications:

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE COORDINATOR (PAC) DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Bachelor’s degree preferably in Accounting, Public Policy, Public Administration, Business, Economics, Engineering, Architecture, Construction Management, or related field. Commensurate work experience will be considered as a substitute for a degree. 
  • 5-10 years or more of relevant experience required
  • Previous experience working with the FEMA Public Assistance Program.
  • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word and Excel) 
  • Ability to work on many different deliverables and maintain composure and professionalism under deadline pressure 
  • Demonstrated ability to clearly and diplomatically communicate with stakeholders at various levels of government and the public
  • Must be local to disaster site in Texas, or willing to relocate
  • Preference will be given to candidates with a current FEMA badge
  • Preference will be given to candidates with FEMA PA classroom training
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