How to Apply:  Submit resume and cover letter to [email protected]

Position Title:  Repatriation Program Analyst

Position Type: Full time, Remote

Position Summary and Background: Work and collaborate as part of a dynamic team to support the HHS/Office of Human Service Emergency Preparedness and Response (OHSEPR)  to create a training and technical assistance center to support U.S. emergency and non-emergency repatriation operations.  The program analyst will review current state-level policies and procedures and develop strategies to strengthen emergency preparedness, including developing and providing  expert training and technical assistance to improve readiness of repatriation partners (states, territories, service providers).


  • Review states’ existing policies, procedures, resources and organizational capacity and readiness for the provision of routine and emergency repatriation operations. Utilize data from past events, operations, and trainings to inform recommendations.
  • Engage with program stakeholders and those served by the program to assess needs, assess readiness, and develop methodologies to share knowledge and expertise among key program stakeholders
  • In collaboration with OHSEPR and the project team, develop and implement recommendations to enhance or create resources: state-of-the art virtual trainings, expert technical assistance, knowledge sharing; policies and procedures
  • Develop and test content and strategies, seek feedback from OHSEPR and project stakeholders
  • Prepare and present interactive virtual trainings ground in adult learning methodologies, technical reports, presentations, and other high-quality communication materials



  • Bachelor’s degree in Public Policy, Emergency Management, Social Work or Public Health
  • Experience and knowledge of emergency management, human services, recovery services, case management and/or repatriation services
  • Experience working with different levels of government (federal, state, local); different offices or departments within government; and working with both government and nongovernment organizations
  • S. Citizenship required
  • Experience supporting federal, state, or private-sector entities during an emergency repatriation or other type of emergency incident preferred
  • Experience working with Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) and/or the U.S. Department of State preferred
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and experience with how state and local government and community based organizations assess eligibility, create access, and coordinate child and adult protective services, emergency housing, medical, mental health, disability and public benefits and services
  • Demonstrated experience providing either human services or emergency management training/and technical assistance in person or online
  • Demonstrated experience providing capacity building or plan testing
  • Master’s degree or suitable relevant experience preferred

Company Benefits:

We work hard as an organization to support our clients, but we stay focused on making sure we care for each other, too. Here are a few tangible benefits:

  • A minimum of 14 vacation days, in addition to your holidays, the summertime Friday short-days, and our year-end winter break between the Christmas and New Year’s holidays;
  • Health insurance stipend/plan;
  • Flexible maternity, paternity, and adoption leave policy;
  • Networking opportunities with our global network;
  • Kind and collaborative culture – we are committed to employee care and respect

Screening Process and Equity:

Our team is international with team members hailing from as many as five continents. We pride ourselves in supporting, welcoming and including a very diverse community and we encourage applicants from all walks of life to apply and join us in our important mission to connect adults, children and families separated by borders to the services and support they need.