Now Hiring!!

Are you looking for an opportunity to gain experience working in local government? Are you passionate about strengthening communities to make them more resilient? Then this may be the job for you!

The City of Bellevue is currently hiring two Community Risk Reduction AmeriCorps members for the upcoming term. Members will be responsible for community risk reduction efforts, such as identifying and prioritizing risks, developing and implementing strategies, monitoring and evaluating activities and working with community partners. Specifically, the AmeriCorps will recruiting "Community Advocates" to connect with the many diverse communities in Bellevue and help to reduce risk citywide.

The AmeriCorps will also support ongoing emergency management efforts. In addition to supporting the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) during incidents, the AmeriCorps members will develop training, draft emergency plans, conduct research and support outreach efforts. As the population increases and the City diversifies, the demand for education and training for the public on disaster preparedness and skills continues to grow. AmeriCorps will help meet this demand by conducting public trainings, presentation, and attending a variety of public events.

AmeriCorps receive a monthly stipend during service, and an Education Award of $5,920 upon completion of their term.

If this sounds like a good opportunity for you, please apply by going to the position on the AmeriCorps website:

and filling out an application. Only applicants who apply via AmeriCorps can be considered.

 Applications are due by August 3rd, however applications will be reviewed as they are received. 

Please note, this position is contingent on funding.





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