Overview

The Emergency Manager position is 30 hours a week part-time position focused on developing the organization’s response plans for assessing and responding to dangers and threats to the organization and the tribal members we serve.  Threats are defined as pandemics, natural disasters, fires, floods, and large-scale accidents with this position responsible for the development, planning, implementation, and coordination of action plans and resources directed to minimize potential damage to property and minimize potential injury and possible death to the public.  This position work closely with the Director of the Environmental Protection Department and reports directly to the Chief Administrative Officer.

Education

  • Associates degree in Emergency Management or related field is required. Bachelor’s degree preferred.

Experience

  • Minimum of three (3) years of increasingly responsible experience coordinating a full-service emergency services program.
  • Experience working with tribal governments preferred.

License/Certification

  • Valid CA driver’s license.
  • Demonstrated completion of Incident Command System (ICS) courses (specifically: ICS-100; ICS-200; ICS-300; ICS-400 and IS-700.
  • Certification as a Certified Emergency Manager (CEM) is desirable.
  • CPR Certification

Skills

  • Excellent communication skills and understanding of team building and team dynamics.
  • Must have excellent knowledge of emergency management services and disaster planning along with all applicable regulations associated.
  • Able to quickly build and maintain rapport with employees and public of differing backgrounds, team player.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of municipal governmental functions and activities, good knowledge of the network of emergency service provider and availability of local services.
  • Customer-service oriented.
  • Knowledge of ARCGIS software and other similar applications.
  • Strong computer skills and understanding of technology to ensure its leveraging in the communication of information and directives.
  • Positive professional insight.
  • Flexibility and dependability.
  • Demonstrated good problem-solving skills, sound judgment.
  • Effective leadership/supervisory skills.
  • Modern office practices and procedures including email.
  • Attention to detail and excellent follow-through on work tasks.
  • Able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and work under pressure.

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