Disasters Program Coordinator

Key Role:

Assist the Program Manager of the client's Disasters Program area with advancing program management and planning, portfolio management, communications, stakeholder engagement, and project management. Support the Program Manager in delivering the Planning, Programming, Budget and Execution components for the program and supporting Associate Program Managers to manage the advancement of disaster applications projects funded under the Program. Support program strategy development and execution of various components including identifying opportunities to advance risk communication related to disaster risk reduction and resilience. Serve as the communications focal point for the program and support the identification of engagement opportunities with key internal and external stakeholders. Monitor partner readiness and capacity to utilize the clients data products and collaborate on approaches to make needed advances. Coordinate with the the clients Partnership Office to advance legal agreements for select partnerships. Manage contracts with firms or consortia for the socioeconomic impact assessment activity, including by providing feedback to draft deliverables and ensuring components are on track for delivery and serve as co-chair for the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility committee to advance DEIA across the clients Earth Science. This position is a hybrid role with a combination of working at a Booz Allen office or client site and working remotely.

Basic Qualifications:

  • 5+ years of experience in a disaster risk reduction and resilience field
  • Experience with building communities and maintaining partnerships across a range of sectors
  • Knowledge of activities related to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility
  • Ability to obtain a security clearance
  • Bachelor's degree in Social Sciences

Additional Qualifications:

  • 8+ years of experience in a disaster risk reduction and resilience field
  • Knowledge of and participation in national and international activities relevant to corporate partnerships, disaster risk reduction and resilience
  • Ability to demonstrate high-level social skills including situational awareness, active listening, empathy, and an ability to understand organizational culture and cultural context
  • Possession of communication skills, including explaining complex topics for a wide range of audiences
  • Possession of organizational skills, including managing multiple concurrent projects from inception to delivery
  • Master's degree in Social Sciences

Clearance:

Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.

Compensation:

At Booz Allen, we celebrate your contributions, provide you with opportunities and choices, and support your total well-being. Our offerings include health, life, disability, financial, and retirement benefits, as well as paid leave, professional development, tuition assistance, work-life programs, and dependent care. Our recognition awards program acknowledges employees for exceptional performance and superior demonstration of our values. Full time and part time employees working at least 20 hours a week on a regular basis are eligible to participate in Booz Allen’s benefit programs, individuals that do not meet the threshold are only eligible for select offerings, not inclusive of health benefits. 

Salary for this position is determined by various factors, including but not limited to, location, the candidate’s particular combination of knowledge, skills, competencies and experience, as well as contract specific affordability and organizational requirements. The proposed salary range for this position is outlined below.

Colorado: $77,400 - $110,000 (annualized USD)

New York (including New York City): $82,300 - $120,000 (annualized USD)

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