$59.23-$73.37 hourly / $10,265.89-$12,717.64 monthly / $123,190.68-$152,611.68 annual
Plans, develops, implements, and manages District-wide safety and emergency management and preparedness plans and services designed to ensure protection from, preparedness for, response to, recovery from and/or mitigation of hazards, threats, incidents, and other vulnerabilities at colleges and locations throughout the District.
Plans, develops, and implements comprehensive safety and emergency management programs, services, and related initiatives for the District in accordance with national, state, and local safety and emergency preparedness requirements and standards.
Serves as primary safety and emergency management liaison with local, state, and national agencies, including but not limited to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Homeland Security, Los Angeles County and City Offices of Emergency Management, local law enforcement and first responders, Emergency Survival Program, and other community agencies responsible for emergency planning and response; represents the District on internal and external task forces, committees, and agencies regarding emergency preparedness.
Conducts District-wide and college assessments to include identification of vulnerabilities, evaluation of the nature of the threat, or hazard, rating of the identified vulnerability, and identification of appropriate mitigation strategies and measures.
Coordinates with the District’s colleges on the development, implementation, and facilitation of best practices and initiatives in safety and emergency preparedness.
Develops and implements standard operating procedures and reporting and disseminates program information for safety and emergency management and preparedness functions.
Develops and implements effective communication systems, tools, protocols, and alert messages for communicating with staff, students, and the public.
Analyzes and evaluates the logistical needs and actions required to support specific safety and emergency plans and activities including requirements for money, manpower, material, facilities, and services.
Develops and implements comprehensive safety and emergency management training programs; plans, develops, implements, and evaluates drills and exercises to ensure the preparedness and engagement of all stakeholders.
Coordinates District-wide Clery Act compliance by: developing, implementing, and communicating District policies, processes, and procedures related to Act compliance; collaborating with internal and external constituencies in the collection and tracking of data; working with college and sheriff personnel in the analysis of crime trends and patterns and development of corrective plans and responses; and assuring that required statistics, reports, and notices related to security and fire safety are complete, timely, and published in compliance with Act requirements.
Responds to individual site emergencies to provide technical support, ensure resources are available and mobilized, and provide leadership in collaboration with appropriate executive management of the college or location.
Performs damage assessment and recovery efforts including submittal of appropriate documents for reimbursement from federal, state, or other agencies.
Researches federal, state and local laws, regulations, and guidelines regarding the implementation of safety and emergency preparedness and homeland security programs, and ensures District-wide compliance with such regulations.
Prepares and presents staff reports to the Board of Trustees and various committees; make public presentations as necessary.
Prepares and administers the department budget and expenditures.
Directs the work of assigned staff.
Performs related duties as assigned.
A Safety and Emergency Services Manager plans, develops, implements, and manages comprehensive safety and emergency management programs, services, and related initiatives for the District and its colleges.
An Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety Specialist applies a thorough knowledge of the principles and practices associated with environmental and occupational health and safety in developing and recommending policies, procedures, and standards and implementing and managing of occupational health, safety, hazardous materials management, and emergency services programs.
General direction is received from a classified administrator. General supervision is exercised over professional, technical, and clerical personnel assigned to the department. Functional supervision is exercised over college personnel assigned to safety and emergency preparedness functions.
Principles, procedures, and standards of institutional safety and emergency management
National Incident Management System (NIMS) and similar emergency preparedness protocols
Federal, state, and local regulations and guidelines related to safety and emergency management and disaster medical assistance, including Clery Act
Federal, state, and local safety and emergency systems and agencies, to include law enforcement, fire prevention/protection, and emergency medical services
Principles of project management including logistics and operations planning
Communication systems, tools and resources for safety and emergency management
Current trends and developments related to safety and emergency management
Principles of research and data analysis
Principles and practices of supervision and training
Principles and practices of budget preparation and control
Capabilities of computer applications, systems, and hardware used in safety and emergency services management
Formulate a clear organizational vision and operational goals and objectives for the management of the District’s safety and emergency management programs
Administer and direct a multifaceted and complex safety and emergency management program through a combination of program specialists, consultants, and staff
Establish and implement a comprehensive program of reporting and communication
Develop and implement the operating policies required to achieve goals and objectives
Evaluate program operations and personnel
Anticipate conditions, plan ahead, and establish priorities; act independently and promptly to situations and events
Recognize the critical elements of problems, develop and evaluate data, and determine strategies, solutions, and procedures
Prepare and present effective oral and written communications, presentations, and reports
Integrate technology into business decisions and operation
Effectively communicate highly technical information concisely and in understandable terms
Successfully navigate and thrive in a multi‐institution context through persuasion, consensus, and effective communication
Foster trust and confidence; earn support from internal and external constituencies
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with industry representatives, officials of public and private organizations, administrators, staff, and the public
Travel to offsite meetings
A bachelor’s degree from a recognized college or university preferably with a major in emergency management, business administration, public administration, or related field.
Four years of full-time paid professional-level experience in the research, analysis, planning, development, and implementation of safety and emergency management plans for a public organization, military organization, or large business entity.
A Certificate in Emergency Management, or its equivalent, issued by the Emergency Management Institute, International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM), or a comparable recognized association is desirable.
A valid Class “C” California driver’s license must be obtained within 10 days of establishing residency in the State of California
Travel to locations throughout the District is required.
Our class specification generally describes the duties, responsibilities, and requirements characteristic of the position(s) within this job class. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a particular position within this class may vary from the duties of other positions within the class.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Los Angeles Community College District provides reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with covered disabilities on a case-by-case basis throughout the application, examination, and hiring processes and throughout employment. If an individual is in doubt about his or her ability to perform the duties and responsibilities of a position or possession of any other requirement noted in a class specification or job announcement, he or she should always apply for a position and request reasonable accommodation at the appropriate time.