The fundamental reason this classification exists is to perform grant administration duties and provide technical support in the Emergency Management Department. Primary work responsibilities may include: assisting in the preparation & administration of multi-million dollar emergency management grants; identifying, managing, & applying for grants; making & monitoring grant expenditures; ensuring completion of requirements for obtained grants; performing miscellaneous technical & administrative duties; providing assistance & training for the community in areas under this classification’s area of expertise; receiving & processing citizen complaints concerning the department; and serving as the quaternary contact to activate the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) due to any disaster. The Emergency Management Coordinator reports to the Director of Emergency Management Agency.
Associate's degree in Business
Management, Emergency Management, Political Science, Public Administration, or closely related field and one (1) year of
experience providing technical and administrative support in emergency
management, emergency response, hazardous material disaster reporting, or
related environment. Additional
qualifying experience may substitute for the required education on a
NOTE: Qualifying education, training and experience
that provide the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the job
will be considered.
Must obtain both Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
and CERT Train-the-Trainer certifications within one year of employment. Must live within a response time of sixty (60)
minutes to the Emergency Management Operations Center.