|Date Opened||8/1/2022 1:48:00 PM|
|Filing Deadline||9/28/2022 11:28:00 AM|
City of Montgomery
|Salary||$17.09 - $25.54/hour|
|Department||Emergency Management - City of Montgomery|
|Job Type||Open Competitive|
Compensation plans are based on a multi-step progression system. The pay range reflects the entry level and maximum salary potential in the assigned pay grade.
**A starting salary may be negotiated and will be commensurate with education, training and experience in alignment with pay administration policies and MCCP Board Rules & Regulations**
The fundamental reason this classification exists is to provide technical and logistical support and to perform grants administration duties for the Emergency Management Department. Furthermore, as a member of the Emergency Management Agency, the Emergency Management Coordinator is required to respond to and provide support during severe weather, emergencies, and disasters. Primary work responsibilities may include: coordinating the day-to-day operations of the emergency management preparedness and safety programs; assisting in the coordination, staffing, and hands-on operations of EMA-related community events; providing training for community and civic groups; identifying, managing, reviewing and applying for available grant sources; assisting in the preparation and administration of multi-million dollar emergency management grants; providing assistance for community entities in their efforts to secure federal assistance; performing miscellaneous technical and administrative duties; and serving as quaternary contact to activate the Emergency Operations Center. 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 year-for-year basis.
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.
PHYSICAL ABILITIES: Physical ability to lift materials and/or equipment weighing up to 50 pounds with assistance as needed to set up events and conduct inventory.
WORK CONDITIONS: Work requires some extended work hours, nights, weekends, and holidays as well as afterhours call-in for severe weather, disasters, and other emergency events. Work requires some out-of-town training to include overnight stays as needed to stay abreast of changes in the emergency management field.
BENEFITS: Employees are offered a competitive benefits package which includes health, dental, and life insurance, paid annual and sick leave, paid holidays, and a retirement program.
DRUG TEST: Employment may be conditional upon the potential employee passing a pre-employment drug test. (The drug test may require the submission of a sample of hair, finger nails, and/or urine that will verify illegal drug use).
BACKGROUND CHECK: Employment may be conditional upon the potential employee passing a background check. (Candidates will be asked to provide consent prior to the administration of background checks.)
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Discrimination against any person in recruitment, examination, appointment, training, promotion, retention, discipline, or any other aspect of personnel administration because of political or religious opinions or affiliations or because of race, national origin, or any other non merit factors is prohibited. Discrimination on the basis of age, sex, or physical disability is prohibited except where specific age, sex, or physical requirements constitute a bona fide occupational qualification necessary to proper and efficient administration.
REQUEST FOR ACCOMMODATION: Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, it is the responsibility of the applicant with a disability to request accommodation which he/she requires in order to participate in the application or examination process. The Personnel Department reserves the right to require documentation of the need for accommodation under the ADA. In order to request accommodation in the application or testing process, contact the Personnel Director at (334) 625-2675.
I9: Prior to your employment, you will be required to provide to your employer documentation of your identity and employment eligibility in order to comply with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.
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