Within Texas, emergency management professionals are situated at offices located in every major city however throughout the state. Emergency management director in Texas can expect to earn $64,380 per year on average. This equates to approximately $30.95 per hour.
Emergency management services are an important aspect of public service in Texas where both natural and manmade disasters are prevalent enough to affect the lives of each resident. The statewide agency, the Texas Division of Emergency Management, employs 680 emergency management directors at municipal branch offices throughout the state. Each major county also has its own office of emergency management (OEM) that is dedicated to providing emergency services on a countywide basis.
Due to the cost of living, taxes and other impacting factors, the average salary for each position within different parts of Texas can vary considerably. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics provided salary data for emergency management directors at the municipal level to show this variance.
The information shown in this table was furnished by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and represents salary data for emergency management directors in Texas’ major cities.