FCC seeks director for interoperability center
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is seeking a director for the Emergency Response Interoperability Center (ERIC), which was established to create a technical and operational framework to ensure interoperability among 700 MHz public-safety broadband networks.
Created last year, ERIC has been led by interim director Jennifer Manner, deputy chief of the FCC’s public safety and homeland security bureau. Details of the position — located in Washington, D.C., and having a salary range between $123,000 and $155,000 — can be found on the FCC website.
“We’re looking for the most-well-rounded candidate we can get,” FCC spokesman Rob Kenny said. “Certainly somebody with experience in public safety would be helpful, as well the technical aspects of wireless communications.”
Interested applicants should response to the posting by April 15, according to the FCC website.