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Are you required to live in the Houston, Galveston area?

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Vanguard EM is always recruiting new inspectors. As an inspector, you could deploy to any state in the US or its territories. Even if there is not an ad placed in your area, you are urged to submit a resume to start the process.

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Vanguard Emergency Management holds a federal contract with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to conduct disaster housing inspections in the aftermath of large-scale disasters such as hurricanes, tornadoes, severe storms, wildfires and earthquakes. Upon receipt of notification from FEMA, Vanguard EM deploys disaster inspectors to the declared disaster location to assess damaged homes and record damages. What makes this opportunity unique, is the flexibility to deploy when available. By joining the Vanguard EM team as an independent contractor, disaster inspectors can earn supplemental income while assisting affected communities and individuals recover from disastrous events. Independent contractors for Vanguard EM are paid per inspection, receive GSA per diem during deployment, and are reimbursed for allowable field expenses. To clarify, there is no employee/employer relationship. Once you have completed registration via our portal, obtained your FEMA PIV badge, and completed all required/prerequisite training you will be eligible for deployment. Please keep in mind, all deployments are disaster based and our cadre of disaster housing inspectors are called upon as-needed.

To learn more about the role of Disaster Housing Inspector or to register, please visit our website at https://www.vanguardem.com/recruiting/. You may register at no cost and with no previous disaster housing inspection experience. You must be able to pass an eQip background investigation and have the flexibility for deployments following a disaster. US citizenship is required.

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I submitted a resume, I received a email address to go so I could set up a time and place. I had to turn my phone off. When I returned the website was gone,would you mind resend in the email so I can continue the process of being hired.

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