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About Global Prairie
Global Prairie is a global marketing firm that was founded with the mission of doing well by doing good. As a social enterprise, we focus on delivering integrated strategies and solutions with measurable results for clients in ‘quality of life’ sectors – including food and agriculture, consumer products, and human, environmental and animal health – so that we can give back to the communities where we live and work. What really excites – and unites – our team is our desire to give back. Since our founding in March 2008, we have donated 10% of our profits annually, totaling nearly $5 million in money and time, to causes that our people and our clients are passionate about.
Global Prairie team members share an entrepreneurial spirit, a commitment to giving back, and a passion for marketing, advertising and communications. We are collaborative, proactive self-starters with outstanding people skills. Flexibility, creativity and a sense of humor is a must.
We are seeking a highly talented account manager with experience and interest in risk communications and behavior change projects to join a project team at Global Prairie that is working with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to help communities reduce their vulnerability to flooding, save lives, and protect their financial stability. This is an exciting opportunity to work at the national level and with a network of risk communications, issues management, community outreach, partnership building, and engineering experts to tackle one of the nation’s greatest hazards: flooding. Anywhere it can rain it can flood. Flooding is the most common and costly natural disaster in the United States.
As a part of this team, this individual will be focused on flood hazard communications. This full-time position will work collaboratively with Global Prairie colleagues and other partners in Washington, DC and across 10 regional FEMA offices nationwide to accomplish significant results in the areas of raising understanding of local flooding vulnerabilities and transforming that knowledge into action to reduce risks at the local level. Among stakeholder audiences are Federal officials, State and local officials, community planners, emergency managers, professional groups, businesses, and local residents. The position will may require some travel.
Specifically, this individual will be responsible for:
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