$43.90-$68.77 Hourly / $7,609.33-$11,920.13 Monthly / $91,312.00-$143,041.60 Yearly
Coordinates the development of emergency operations plans for city departments and communicates operations plans to concerned parties, providing necessary training to insure effective implementation.
Identifies potential disaster threats and hazards, identifies associated issues and details to be considered and determines appropriate action plans for response, mitigation and recovery.
Represents city interests as liaison to a variety of emergency preparedness planning organizations and committees, such as the County’s Emergency Management Section of Public Safety, the State Division of Emergency Management, FEMA, national and state conferences, American Red Cross, etc.
Develops emergency communication and command and control systems; develops and promulgates information regarding emergency plans to the public; plans and conducts emergency action exercises for the city in conjunction with the county and/or state organizations.
Coordinates emergency operations when such situations arise; maintains communications with key personnel and organizations throughout an emergency condition; provides information to the public under emergency conditions.
Performs related work as required.
Knowledge of: emergency management principles and practices; municipal government operations and departmental relationships; interagency multidiscipline interaction and cooperation.
Ability to: conduct extensive research into associated emergency management activities and standards; communicate effectively, verbally and in writing; establish and maintain effective working relationships, serving as a calming and stabilizing influence; develop and deliver emergency training exercises and simulations; function effectively under the stress of emergency conditions; coordinate and direct the activities of others under emergency conditions; access changing conditions and modify activities according to the need; work independently as required; secure voluntary participation from other organizations.
Certifications including federal and/or state emergency management courses (e.g. FEMA, FEPA) are desirable.
Possession of a valid drivers license may be required.