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Emergency Management Consultant - Washington DC

Tetra Tech is a leading provider of consulting, engineering, and technical services worldwide. We are a diverse company, including individuals with expertise in science, research, engineering, construction, and information technology. Our strength is in collectively providing integrated services, delivering the best solutions to meet our clients' needs. With more than 14,000 employees, 330 offices worldwide, and $2.6 billion revenue in 2013, we provide services to protect and improve the quality of life through responsible resource management, sound infrastructure, and rapid communications ability. As part of the Tetra Tech family of companies, we are home to some of the best minds in the country, including nationally renowned subject matter experts. Whether we are contemplating the restoration of our environment or helping to revitalize our urban centers, we are thinking of clear sustainable solutions to resource management and infrastructure challenges. In fact, it's much more than what can be done today; it's what we'll be able to do tomorrow. We offer competitive compensation and benefits and are searching for innovative people to join our teams. Tetra Tech Inc. is currently seeking an Emergency Management Consultant to work in on a client site in Washington DC. The position provides emergency management planning, preparedness, financial recovery and response and recovery services to local and state governments, private businesses, universities and other institutions in a regionally-defined area. The selected candidate will be responsible for effectively and efficiently supporting multiple simultaneous emergency management projects. Responsibilities for this position involve designing, developing, and delivering emergency management consulting services that could include, but are not limited to: strategic planning, meeting coordination and facilitation, risk assessment, emergency operations planning, gap analysis, continuity of operations (COOP) planning, policy and regulatory analysis, hazard mitigation planning, evacuation planning, recovery planning, multi-jurisdictional coordination, communication planning, after-action assessments, as well as evaluation, training and exercise programs....

Disability Integration Trainer

Critical Action Items: Participates at locations nationwide in trainings, presentations, meetings, and conference calls as necessary to meet project goals. Responsible for understanding and clearly articulating disability policy, legal requirements, practical application of disability inclusion and whole community principles into emergency management and disaster response. Measurable Deliverables: Complete requested professional development tasks. Deliver training to target audiences. Maintain communication regarding training design, delivery, and outcomes with BCFS HHS EMD following each training session. Assist in the development and modification of plans, policies and procedures, as well training workshop, and exercise curriculum. Utilize assessment tools to assist in project evaluation process. Manage timeline, deliverables and outcomes for assigned trainings. Complete all documentation, reporting and deliverables by established due dates. May be asked to achieve and maintain training content mastery, curriculum delivery, evaluations and revisions when applicable. May be asked to conduct a thorough review of emergency plans and procedures, and make substantive recommendations for corrections and/or additions that are reflective of the content related to the particular assignment (disability or whole community) when applicable. Other Responsibilities: Complete all position responsibilities and tasks as requested Ability to travel part time as needed Participate as part of a team to meet project goals Complete all BCFS required administrative duties related to employment as described Willingness to participate in other duties as assigned or requested including responses as an IMT member Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Disability Integration Trainer

Critical Action Items: Participates at locations nationwide in trainings, presentations, meetings, and conference calls as necessary to meet project goals. Responsible for understanding and clearly articulating disability policy, legal requirements, practical application of disability inclusion and whole community principles into emergency management and disaster response. Measurable Deliverables: Complete requested professional development tasks. Deliver training to target audiences. Maintain communication regarding training design, delivery, and outcomes with BCFS HHS EMD following each training session. Assist in the development and modification of plans, policies and procedures, as well training workshop, and exercise curriculum. Utilize assessment tools to assist in project evaluation process. Manage timeline, deliverables and outcomes for assigned trainings. Complete all documentation, reporting and deliverables by established due dates. May be asked to achieve and maintain training content mastery, curriculum delivery, evaluations and revisions when applicable. May be asked to conduct a thorough review of emergency plans and procedures, and make substantive recommendations for corrections and/or additions that are reflective of the content related to the particular assignment (disability or whole community) when applicable. Other Responsibilities: Complete all position responsibilities and tasks as requested Ability to travel part time as needed Participate as part of a team to meet project goals Complete all BCFS required administrative duties related to employment as described Willingness to participate in other duties as assigned or requested including responses as an IMT member Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Disability Integration Trainer

Critical Action Items: Participates at locations nationwide in trainings, presentations, meetings, and conference calls as necessary to meet project goals. Responsible for understanding and clearly articulating disability policy, legal requirements, practical application of disability inclusion and whole community principles into emergency management and disaster response. Measurable Deliverables: Complete requested professional development tasks. Deliver training to target audiences. Maintain communication regarding training design, delivery, and outcomes with BCFS HHS EMD following each training session. Assist in the development and modification of plans, policies and procedures, as well training workshop, and exercise curriculum. Utilize assessment tools to assist in project evaluation process. Manage timeline, deliverables and outcomes for assigned trainings. Complete all documentation, reporting and deliverables by established due dates. May be asked to achieve and maintain training content mastery, curriculum delivery, evaluations and revisions when applicable. May be asked to conduct a thorough review of emergency plans and procedures, and make substantive recommendations for corrections and/or additions that are reflective of the content related to the particular assignment (disability or whole community) when applicable. Other Responsibilities: Complete all position responsibilities and tasks as requested Ability to travel part time as needed Participate as part of a team to meet project goals Complete all BCFS required administrative duties related to employment as described Willingness to participate in other duties as assigned or requested including responses as an IMT member Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Disability Integration Trainer

Critical Action Items: Participates at locations nationwide in trainings, presentations, meetings, and conference calls as necessary to meet project goals. Responsible for understanding and clearly articulating disability policy, legal requirements, practical application of disability inclusion and whole community principles into emergency management and disaster response. Measurable Deliverables: Complete requested professional development tasks. Deliver training to target audiences. Maintain communication regarding training design, delivery, and outcomes with BCFS HHS EMD following each training session. Assist in the development and modification of plans, policies and procedures, as well training workshop, and exercise curriculum. Utilize assessment tools to assist in project evaluation process. Manage timeline, deliverables and outcomes for assigned trainings. Complete all documentation, reporting and deliverables by established due dates. May be asked to achieve and maintain training content mastery, curriculum delivery, evaluations and revisions when applicable. May be asked to conduct a thorough review of emergency plans and procedures, and make substantive recommendations for corrections and/or additions that are reflective of the content related to the particular assignment (disability or whole community) when applicable. Other Responsibilities: Complete all position responsibilities and tasks as requested Ability to travel part time as needed Participate as part of a team to meet project goals Complete all BCFS required administrative duties related to employment as described Willingness to participate in other duties as assigned or requested including responses as an IMT member Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Disability Integration Trainer

Critical Action Items: Participates at locations nationwide in trainings, presentations, meetings, and conference calls as necessary to meet project goals. Responsible for understanding and clearly articulating disability policy, legal requirements, practical application of disability inclusion and whole community principles into emergency management and disaster response. Measurable Deliverables: Complete requested professional development tasks. Deliver training to target audiences. Maintain communication regarding training design, delivery, and outcomes with BCFS HHS EMD following each training session. Assist in the development and modification of plans, policies and procedures, as well training workshop, and exercise curriculum. Utilize assessment tools to assist in project evaluation process. Manage timeline, deliverables and outcomes for assigned trainings. Complete all documentation, reporting and deliverables by established due dates. May be asked to achieve and maintain training content mastery, curriculum delivery, evaluations and revisions when applicable. May be asked to conduct a thorough review of emergency plans and procedures, and make substantive recommendations for corrections and/or additions that are reflective of the content related to the particular assignment (disability or whole community) when applicable. Other Responsibilities: Complete all position responsibilities and tasks as requested Ability to travel part time as needed Participate as part of a team to meet project goals Complete all BCFS required administrative duties related to employment as described Willingness to participate in other duties as assigned or requested including responses as an IMT member Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Disability Integration Trainer

Critical Action Items: Participates at locations nationwide in trainings, presentations, meetings, and conference calls as necessary to meet project goals. Responsible for understanding and clearly articulating disability policy, legal requirements, practical application of disability inclusion and whole community principles into emergency management and disaster response. Measurable Deliverables: Complete requested professional development tasks. Deliver training to target audiences. Maintain communication regarding training design, delivery, and outcomes with BCFS HHS EMD following each training session. Assist in the development and modification of plans, policies and procedures, as well training workshop, and exercise curriculum. Utilize assessment tools to assist in project evaluation process. Manage timeline, deliverables and outcomes for assigned trainings. Complete all documentation, reporting and deliverables by established due dates. May be asked to achieve and maintain training content mastery, curriculum delivery, evaluations and revisions when applicable. May be asked to conduct a thorough review of emergency plans and procedures, and make substantive recommendations for corrections and/or additions that are reflective of the content related to the particular assignment (disability or whole community) when applicable. Other Responsibilities: Complete all position responsibilities and tasks as requested Ability to travel part time as needed Participate as part of a team to meet project goals Complete all BCFS required administrative duties related to employment as described Willingness to participate in other duties as assigned or requested including responses as an IMT member Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Whole Community Trainer

Critical Action Items: Participates at locations nationwide in trainings, presentations, meetings, and conference calls as necessary to meet project goals. Responsible for understanding and clearly articulating disability policy, legal requirements, practical application of disability inclusion and whole community principles into emergency management and disaster response. Measurable Deliverables: Complete requested professional development tasks. Deliver training to target audiences. Maintain communication regarding training design, delivery, and outcomes with BCFS HHS EMD following each training session. Assist in the development and modification of plans, policies and procedures, as well training workshop, and exercise curriculum. Utilize assessment tools to assist in project evaluation process. Manage timeline, deliverables and outcomes for assigned trainings. Complete all documentation, reporting and deliverables by established due dates. May be asked to achieve and maintain training content mastery, curriculum delivery, evaluations and revisions when applicable. May be asked to conduct a thorough review of emergency plans and procedures, and make substantive recommendations for corrections and/or additions that are reflective of the content related to the particular assignment (disability or whole community) when applicable. Other Responsibilities: Complete all position responsibilities and tasks as requested Ability to travel part time as needed Participate as part of a team to meet project goals Complete all BCFS required administrative duties related to employment as described Willingness to participate in other duties as assigned or requested including responses as an IMT member Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Whole Community Trainer

Critical Action Items: Participates at locations nationwide in trainings, presentations, meetings, and conference calls as necessary to meet project goals. Responsible for understanding and clearly articulating disability policy, legal requirements, practical application of disability inclusion and whole community principles into emergency management and disaster response. Measurable Deliverables: Complete requested professional development tasks. Deliver training to target audiences. Maintain communication regarding training design, delivery, and outcomes with BCFS HHS EMD following each training session. Assist in the development and modification of plans, policies and procedures, as well training workshop, and exercise curriculum. Utilize assessment tools to assist in project evaluation process. Manage timeline, deliverables and outcomes for assigned trainings. Complete all documentation, reporting and deliverables by established due dates. May be asked to achieve and maintain training content mastery, curriculum delivery, evaluations and revisions when applicable. May be asked to conduct a thorough review of emergency plans and procedures, and make substantive recommendations for corrections and/or additions that are reflective of the content related to the particular assignment (disability or whole community) when applicable. Other Responsibilities: Complete all position responsibilities and tasks as requested Ability to travel part time as needed Participate as part of a team to meet project goals Complete all BCFS required administrative duties related to employment as described Willingness to participate in other duties as assigned or requested including responses as an IMT member Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Whole Community Trainer

Critical Action Items: Participates at locations nationwide in trainings, presentations, meetings, and conference calls as necessary to meet project goals. Responsible for understanding and clearly articulating disability policy, legal requirements, practical application of disability inclusion and whole community principles into emergency management and disaster response. Measurable Deliverables: Complete requested professional development tasks. Deliver training to target audiences. Maintain communication regarding training design, delivery, and outcomes with BCFS HHS EMD following each training session. Assist in the development and modification of plans, policies and procedures, as well training workshop, and exercise curriculum. Utilize assessment tools to assist in project evaluation process. Manage timeline, deliverables and outcomes for assigned trainings. Complete all documentation, reporting and deliverables by established due dates. May be asked to achieve and maintain training content mastery, curriculum delivery, evaluations and revisions when applicable. May be asked to conduct a thorough review of emergency plans and procedures, and make substantive recommendations for corrections and/or additions that are reflective of the content related to the particular assignment (disability or whole community) when applicable. Other Responsibilities: Complete all position responsibilities and tasks as requested Ability to travel part time as needed Participate as part of a team to meet project goals Complete all BCFS required administrative duties related to employment as described Willingness to participate in other duties as assigned or requested including responses as an IMT member Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Whole Community Trainer

Critical Action Items: Participates at locations nationwide in trainings, presentations, meetings, and conference calls as necessary to meet project goals. Responsible for understanding and clearly articulating disability policy, legal requirements, practical application of disability inclusion and whole community principles into emergency management and disaster response. Measurable Deliverables: Complete requested professional development tasks. Deliver training to target audiences. Maintain communication regarding training design, delivery, and outcomes with BCFS HHS EMD following each training session. Assist in the development and modification of plans, policies and procedures, as well training workshop, and exercise curriculum. Utilize assessment tools to assist in project evaluation process. Manage timeline, deliverables and outcomes for assigned trainings. Complete all documentation, reporting and deliverables by established due dates. May be asked to achieve and maintain training content mastery, curriculum delivery, evaluations and revisions when applicable. May be asked to conduct a thorough review of emergency plans and procedures, and make substantive recommendations for corrections and/or additions that are reflective of the content related to the particular assignment (disability or whole community) when applicable. Other Responsibilities: Complete all position responsibilities and tasks as requested Ability to travel part time as needed Participate as part of a team to meet project goals Complete all BCFS required administrative duties related to employment as described Willingness to participate in other duties as assigned or requested including responses as an IMT member Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Whole Community Trainer

Critical Action Items: Participates at locations nationwide in trainings, presentations, meetings, and conference calls as necessary to meet project goals. Responsible for understanding and clearly articulating disability policy, legal requirements, practical application of disability inclusion and whole community principles into emergency management and disaster response. Measurable Deliverables: Complete requested professional development tasks. Deliver training to target audiences. Maintain communication regarding training design, delivery, and outcomes with BCFS HHS EMD following each training session. Assist in the development and modification of plans, policies and procedures, as well training workshop, and exercise curriculum. Utilize assessment tools to assist in project evaluation process. Manage timeline, deliverables and outcomes for assigned trainings. Complete all documentation, reporting and deliverables by established due dates. May be asked to achieve and maintain training content mastery, curriculum delivery, evaluations and revisions when applicable. May be asked to conduct a thorough review of emergency plans and procedures, and make substantive recommendations for corrections and/or additions that are reflective of the content related to the particular assignment (disability or whole community) when applicable. Other Responsibilities: Complete all position responsibilities and tasks as requested Ability to travel part time as needed Participate as part of a team to meet project goals Complete all BCFS required administrative duties related to employment as described Willingness to participate in other duties as assigned or requested including responses as an IMT member Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Whole Community Trainer

Critical Action Items: Participates at locations nationwide in trainings, presentations, meetings, and conference calls as necessary to meet project goals. Responsible for understanding and clearly articulating disability policy, legal requirements, practical application of disability inclusion and whole community principles into emergency management and disaster response. Measurable Deliverables: Complete requested professional development tasks. Deliver training to target audiences. Maintain communication regarding training design, delivery, and outcomes with BCFS HHS EMD following each training session. Assist in the development and modification of plans, policies and procedures, as well training workshop, and exercise curriculum. Utilize assessment tools to assist in project evaluation process. Manage timeline, deliverables and outcomes for assigned trainings. Complete all documentation, reporting and deliverables by established due dates. May be asked to achieve and maintain training content mastery, curriculum delivery, evaluations and revisions when applicable. May be asked to conduct a thorough review of emergency plans and procedures, and make substantive recommendations for corrections and/or additions that are reflective of the content related to the particular assignment (disability or whole community) when applicable. Other Responsibilities: Complete all position responsibilities and tasks as requested Ability to travel part time as needed Participate as part of a team to meet project goals Complete all BCFS required administrative duties related to employment as described Willingness to participate in other duties as assigned or requested including responses as an IMT member Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Facilities Specialist - Palm Beach Gardens

Prestige Health Choice www.prestigehealthchoice.com is a Provider Service Network and now one of the state of Florida?s leadingMedicaid PSN (Provider Service Network) health plans. Prestige is amission-driven organization dedicated to providing healthcare servicesexclusively to low-income families and people with disabilities. If you want to make a real difference inpeople?s lives, join a winning team. We?dlike to hear from you. POSITION SUMMARY: Thisposition is responsible for project building needs and facility operations.Manages lease agreements and security contracts. Coordinates the development,implementation and maintenance of emergency management plans in the event of alocal or statewide emergency including any disruption to normal businessoperations....

Director of Emergency Management (Dallas/Fort Worth)

We are looking for a Director of EmergencyManagement at one of our hospital systems in Dallas, TX. This is a great opportunity to work with agrowing facilities management company. The Director of Emergency Management will assistin all aspects of integrating and applying the concepts of emergency management(mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery) to all corporate and siteemergency management programs across multiple hospitals in a healthcare systemwith the objective of improving organizational performance. Interacts closelywith hospital?s Senior Management. Responsibilities include but not limited to: Assess emergency management programs according to The Joint Commission (TJC) standards. Design, write, implement and customize the hospital Emergency Operations Plan (EOP). Ensure all EOP supporting documents are current and relevant to the individual hospital?s operations while compliant with regulatory agencies including TJC, OSHA, and Hospital Preparedness Program. Provide staff education allowing key identified hospital staff to operationalize the EOP including but not limited to hospital?s Incident Command System, WebEOC, ETRACS, Radio Communications, etc. Assist the hospitals in the process of procuring and submitting for Hospital Preparedness Program reimbursement grant dollars. Assist in preparing hospital personnel and executives for disaster drills. Document all after action reports to including tracking of the hospital?s corrective action plans and retesting of identified opportunities for improvement. Vanguard Resources, Inc. isa facility management company that assist clients in various industries. Ourpurpose is to make a difference in the lives of our clients and that means werely upon team members who share the same passion. If you are looking for anamazing career opportunity with world-class benefits, join the Vanguard team! Vanguard is committed to providing the bestnot only to our customers, but to our employees as well....

Disaster Training Specialist

UCLA Health offers (Pharmacy) professionals the opportunity to provide the kind of care that instills pride and inspires excellence. For more than half a century, we have provided the best in health care and the latest in medical technology to the people of Los Angeles and throughout the world. You have every reason to be proud of what you do, and every reason to be proud of where you work. At UCLA Health, it begins with U. Under the direction of the Disaster Resource Center Manager and Director of Emergency Preparedness, design, implement and continually improve the disaster training program for all 3 hospitals (Ronald Reagan, Santa Monica, Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital) and Ambulatory Areas. Ensure the training program is consistent with the goals and response objectives for the Health System to provide for current patients and respond to the needs of the community during and immediately following a disaster. Ensure the training program maintains quantitative metrics and adaptively responds for constant quality improvement and meets regulatory requirements. EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PROGRAM SUPPORT: Serve as member of Emergency Management Executive Steering Committee and assigned subcommittees/taskforces. Work collaboratively with Administration, Medical Staff, department heads, Communications, HICS Responders, and Emergency Management Committees to identify, address and integrate their disaster preparedness needs into the training program. Work collaboratively with campus departments including School of Medicine, EH&S, Facilities, Traffic Control and UCLA Police to ensure training program is consistent, effective and responsive to Health System needs. Maintain current working knowledge of, and be able to apply, TJC, DHS, EPA and other applicable local, state and federal regulations, guidelines and industry standards. Maintain working knowledge of the Health System's Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) and associated hospital plans, policies and procedures. Ensure off-site and leased space properties are incorporated into the System's training program. Develop, maintain and track emergency management related dashboards and performance monitors, as they relate to the training program. COMPREHENSIVE TRAINING PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT: Establish a publishable emergency preparedness course catalog, to include target audiences, learning objectives, and maintenance. Develop consistent curriculum framework for all trainings in alignment with strategic goals, including NRE, CME and education credits where applicable. Engage staff at all levels to develop and conduct training to meet identified needs around preparedness, emergency management, and disaster response. Utilize a variety of media to maximize training effectiveness. Develop and maintain training compliance database to track course completion for target audiences, as dictated by regulatory requirements. Ensure training program complies with JC Emergency Management Standards. Adhere to all course and workgroup training delivery standards, adult learning methodologies, criteria, and schedules, meeting requirements for successful course delivery. Complete pre- and post-course work that includes, but is not limited to: pre-course assessments, grading and processing final exams, updating attendance records, and reporting course or student issues. Provide feedback and suggestions on course design and materials to support any areas that need improvement. Review all Emergency Preparedness training course curriculum on a regular basis to be prepared to conduct any course assigned on short-notice. Collaborate with UCLA Health directors, administrators, and subject matter experts to discuss needs/wants for training development. Design and write a strategic development plan that outlines the course learning objectives and content subjects with key points-for instructor-led courses including the learning methods planned for presentations, feedback, and application. DECON TEAM AND DRC ASSETS: In collaboration with DRC Manager: Lead and train Decontamination Team members Develop Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART), including identification, recruitment, training and retention. Develop and implement decontamination processes, procedures and plans. Maintain, inventory and replace DRC/Trauma Surge assets with appropriate departments in accordance with LA County requirements. DISASTER EXERCISES/DRILLS: Participate in planning, execution, and evaluation of all exercises/drills for each of the three hospitals and off-site locations. In consultation with identified stakeholders, develop scenarios and objectives for exercises/drills. Ensure exercises/drills are conducted in compliance with JC, DHS and other applicable regulations. As needed lead and/or participate in Disaster Exercise/Drill Design Teams. Lead de-briefings after exercises/drills, as assigned. Develop and submit after action reports following exercises/drills and actual events, as assigned, in a manner appropriate for review by external regulatory agencies and TJC. Incorporate identified improvement plans from after action report into the training program....

Emergency Equipment / Response Management

Emergency Equipment / Acquisition Management: WT Resources is fast paced, quickly growing subcontractor on a large Air Force Civil Engineering Center (AFCEC) contract. We are currently searching for several positions to support the Emergency Management Operations associated with AFCEC's Readiness Directorate at Tyndall Air Force Base. The support will provide technical and subject matter expertise in executing equipment acquisition, modernization, and sustainment; plans and publications management; education and training management; and support operations relative to the Air Force Emergency Management Program. We are currently searching for Procurement Specialists, Disaster Planners, Scientists and Instructors with knowledge and expertise to perform the following functions: Procurement Expertise and analysis of developed plans and publications to verify accuracy and consistency with reference technical reports, Joint Service test data, and related documents. Support AFCEC in managing existing CBRN emergency management equities and acquisition support for future systems for equipment acquisition and modernization programs; develop, update, and coordinate initial concept papers, requirement documents, bullet background papers, white papers, and other documents. Provide technical and subject matter expertise in continuous process improvements, generating ideas in the development and utilization of decision making tools, problem analysis tools. Support the development of the tactics, techniques, and procedures required in support of implementation of the Air Force Counter-CBRN Concepts of Operation and the Air Force Counter-CBRN Master Plan and Roadmap for equipment acquisition and modernization and sustainment. Reviewing scientific reports, test data, position papers, and concepts of operations for accuracy; assessing the validity of test plans and preparing recommendations; developing operational standards based on CBRN agent hazards and human physiological responses; supporting operation and maintenance of the classified and unclassified Emergency Management media sites and systems for equipment acquisition and modernization. Write 50 scientific peer reviews of Emergency Management and counter-CBRN warfare reports, test data, position papers, and concepts of operations; assess the validity of recommendations concerning the fate of CBRN warfare agents for equipment acquisition and modernization support. Provide analytical and technical assistance for operational tests and evaluations on current Emergency Management and CBRNE defense program requirements; develop requirements for test plans and test scenarios; evaluate criteria for certifying new equipment training; and to support development of skills for initial/new equipment training....

Business Continuity Anlst

If you?re looking for a meaningful career, you?ll find it here at Webster. Founded in 1935 by Harold Webster Smith, our focus has always been to put people first--doing whatever we can to help individuals, families and businesses achieve their financial goals. And while we?ve grown into a leading commercial bank, we remain passionate about serving our customers, supporting our communities, and making a difference in people?s lives. We can make a difference in your life, too. By empowering you to build the meaningful career you?ve been looking for. Responsibility, respect, trust, teamwork and citizenship are the values Webster was founded on. Together we call them The Webster Way, and they are what sets us apart as a bank and an employer. Guided by these values, we put people first. Working hard to live up to our customers, and each other, every day. POSITION SUMMARY Manage the implementation and day-to-day functions related to creating Business Continuity Plans and Procedures, while also facilitating Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery operations within the firm. Responsible for developing, implementing, and supporting Disaster Recovery, Contingency Planning, Business Recovery, and Asset Protection processes. MAJOR DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITES ?Develops, implements, or evaluates business continuity and crisis and emergency management strategies, plans, and procedures. ?Facilitates development of emergency management plans for recovery decision making and communications, continuity of critical departmental processes, or temporary shut-down of non-critical departments to ensure continuity of operations and governance principles. ?Directs line of business owners in the development of Business Continuity Plans and Procedures and provides regular status updates to the Business Continuity Steering Committee. ?Facilitates development of mitigation strategies and assists business unit owners with the creation of scenarios to re-establish operations in the event of business operations interruptions. ?Monitors participation in business continuity plans and programs, and provides assistance in matters related to the plans and programs. ?Reviews and evaluates line of business risk assessments and business impact analysis plans. ?Coordinates and directs BC/DR team and line of business owners in routine updates to the detailed information supporting the Business Continuity Procedures (e.g., contact lists, personnel assignments, hardware and software specifications, network diagrams, vital records management and inventory lists, off-site back-up schedules, etc.) ?Maintain continued operations, asset protection, and loss mitigation in the event of a disruption, coordinating activities of technology resources with the company's business units and development groups, as required. ?Coordinates electronic access to, and hard copy distribution of, the Business Continuity Plans and Procedures. ?Ensures all personnel with specific Business Continuity responsibilities are adequately trained to fulfill their assigned responsibilities. ?Ensures all employees maintain their familiarity with the relevant provisions of the Business Continuity Plans. ?Ensures that all technical components of the Business Continuity Plans are successfully tested at least annually, or whenever significant changes are made to those components. ?Plans and coordinates at least one simulation exercise a year, involving all critical business units. ?Documents the results of all tests and exercises, and identifies any recommended enhancements to the Business Continuity Plans and Procedures. ?Assist business units with Assessment of potential business impact (Business Impact Analysis), Definition of Critical, time-sensitive functions, and Design, development, and documentation of work area (business function) business continuity plans. ?Recommend recovery strategies and options, and assist with the implementation of recovery solutions. ?Provides 7x24 on-call support for any emergency, which may require activation of all or part of the Business Continuity Plans. In the event that activation is required, serving as liaison between the Crisis Management and the Business Continuity Teams (i.e., the teams recovering operations at the alternate facilities and the teams restoring operations at the home facility). ?LI-CP1...

Homeland Security Planner

REQUISITION NUMBER: 15-025 TITLE: Homeland Security Planner DEPARTMENT: Emergency Management ? 295 Airport Drive, Kimball STARTING WAGE: $19.35 per hour HOURS: Part Time (Up to 28 hours per week) APPLY BETWEEN: February 26, 2015 through and including March 4, 2015. OTHER INFORMATION: Open to St. Clair County Employees and the Public. GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Research and provide data to support the jurisdiction?s Homeland Security efforts through systematic planning, evaluation and analysis of program elements in the solution areas of equipment acquisition, training, exercising and planning as identified in the jurisdiction?s Homeland Security Assessment and Strategy. Research and provide data through the systematic planning, evaluation and analysis of projects in bio-terrorism, weapons of mass destruction and CBRNE elements. The employee in this classification is required to consider all information, records, reports and data to be confidential and to maintain an impeccable standard of confidentiality....

Security Specialist

Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest is seeking a Security & Emergency Preparedness Specialist in San Diego, CA. Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest has been voted one of the best places to work by San Diego Magazine and the San Diego Union-Tribune. In addition to competitive salaries and a generous paid time off program we offer medical, dental, vision, long term disability and life insurance plans. We also offer flexible spending accounts and a 401(k) plan with employer matching. The Security & Emergency Preparedness Specialist will assist in providing a safe and emergency prepared environment for staff, patients, volunteers, donors and other customers of PPPSW. They will also assist in the development of high quality security/emergency management/business continuity programs for the Agency that includes giving input for policies, staff communication, and comprehensive trainings for all staff. Essential Functions: Security/Emergency Preparedness Responsibilities: Assist in the coordination of security response(s) appropriate for various security related situations. When needed, assist the Manager of Emergency Management & Business Continuity in providing emergency preparedness trainings to various groups within PPPSW. Complete and disseminate in-house incidents reports and submit them to PPFA Security. Addresses any concerns with the police department regarding the safety of PPPSW facilities or events. Be familiar with all Agency color warning systems and provide updated training materials on the intranet. Assist in the organizing and filing of various reports and auditing those forms for deficiencies. Purchase and maintain logistics for the department and refreshing projects as needed. Responsible for assisting in the development, implementation, and maintenance of departmental programs regarding personnel security, information, security, physical security, and emergency preparedness planning. Exercise excellent prioritizing and organizational skills with great attention to detail. Work independently under minimum supervision but must possess the initiative, good judgment and knowledge to assist in an efficient and relevant personal safety and preparedness program. Builds relationships with department managers in developing and maintaining response and recovery plans and procedures to minimize operational disruptions. Coordinates compliance month and other exercises as needed throughout various buildings/departments. Maintains and updates on communication failures through the advanced internal and external communications portals throughout each county. Maintains disaster equipment and supplies in a clean, secure location and ensures that all resources are easily accessible and available for rapid deployment following an emergency. Maintains grant documentation, staff rosters and team training records, and ensures that documentation is complete and available for review. In the absence of the Manager of Emergency Management & Business Continuity, acts as liaison to community organizations, local and state government as well as other healthcare entities in areas of disaster preparedness. Front Office Responsibilities: In conjunction with the front reception monitor and ensure Agency staffs remain in compliance with the car reservation and return policies including monitoring the driver?s log. Audit the check-in and check-out process for all individuals in the building by using visitor management systems and update the systems as needed. In conjunction with the front desk reception monitor the check-in and check-out process for all packages in the building using a package tracking system. Provide coverage for the front reception when needed. Maintain and evaluate the packing handling process and overall mailroom distribution methods. Assist the front desk in ensuring there are various access cards available for the vendors, visitors, and staff that enter the premise. In support of PPPSW?s Just Culture Philosophy, identify and report errors, near misses, and employee, patient and customer safety concerns in a timely manner. To support risk and quality management by proactively communicating identified risks to supervisor in order to minimize risk when possible. Comply with PPPSWs Code of Conduct and maintain the highest level of professional and ethical standards and to act in compliance with both the letter and spirit of all applicable laws and regulations....

Court Executive / Health and Safety Officer

Safety Court Executive / Health and Safety Officer The New Jersey Judiciary is seeking an individual, who will report directly to the Assistant Director of Support Services, to be responsible for the daily operation of the Health and Safety Unit of the Support Services Division at the Administrative Offices of the Courts. The selected candidate will be responsible for the strategic planning of statewide health and safety programs and procedures, statewide emergency management and continuity of operations planning for the Courts, and for implementing the Title II Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance program. This individual will be expected to interact with judges and all levels of staff and management in both the central office and vicinages. The selected candidate will develop a working relationship with the Judiciary's partners: state and county health and safety officials, state and county office of emergency management officials, county administration, and other state agencies. This individual will serve as the consultant to senior management on health and life safety issues; will review, analyze and interpret data from reports; will conduct safety audits, evaluations and surveys to assess potential hazards and recommend corrective action. Other duties include the supervision of a professional support unit and oversight of the Fleet Management and Office Services functions....

HSEEP Exercise Officer

Peak Performers is a nonprofit staffing agency that fills open contract and temporary positions with government agencies. We are currently recruiting for two (2) Exercise Officers for a local State of Texas agency in Austin Texas. As a nonprofit, qualified applicants with a chronic medical condition and/or disability will receive job preference. Exercise Officer (State Exercise Projects) This position will focus on planning, designing, developing, conducting and evaluating state-level drills and exercises following the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) guiding principles. Additional responsibilities include developing, maintaining and conducting state exercise training curriculum and provide exercise guidance and consultation; develop and maintain HSEEP compliant exercise documentation, including After Action Report/Improvement Plan (AAR/IP); preparing the exercise program and project management and productivity reports and studies. Exercise Officer (Regional Exercise Projects) This position will focus on planing, designing, developing, conducting and evaluating local and regional-level drills and exercises following the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) guiding principles. Additional responsibilities include developing, maintaining and conducting regional exercise training curriculum and provide exercise guidance and consultation; developing and maintaining HSEEP compliant exercise documentation, including After Action Report/Improvement Plan (AAR/IP); preparing exercise program and project management and productivity reports and studies....

Duty Officer (MESH)

Category: Professional (Non-Nursing) Facility: Sidney & Lois Eskenazi Hospital Department: MESH Program-UASI Shift: Flexible Hours: PRN/On-Call JOB SUMMARY: The Duty Officer works with MESH, Inc., an innovative public-private coalition in Central Indiana that enables healthcare providers to respond effectively to emergency events and remain viable through recovery. This position assists with on-call coordination between private sector health care entities and providers, the Indianapolis Division of Homeland Security, the Marion County Public Health Department and numerous non-governmental organizations through the Marion County Medical Multi-Agency Coordination Center (MedMACC) to ensure information exchange necessary for effective healthcare planning and emergency response. The Duty Officer provides on-call support to the Indianapolis Division of Homeland Security and Marion County Health Department related to ESF-8 functions and activities as needed. This position also provides on-call support to stakeholders during and after an emergency event through the Medical Multi-Agency Coordination Center (MACC) and Marion County ESF-8 including the deployment of MESH assets during or following an emergency event. *This is an on-call position only.**...

Regional Mgr Support Services - PLC

Facility : Presence Life Connections Department : PSS ADMINISTRATION Schedule : Full-time Shift : Day shift Hours : 8:00am - 4:30pm Location : Mokena, IL Req Number : 136116 Job Details : SUMMARY Plan, organize and provide oversight for Plant Operations, Housekeeping, Laundry and Linen and Security, for multiple PLC ministries. Serve as liaison for Food Services and biomedical engineering services. Plan, organize and maintain regulatory compliance and safety pertaining to the PLC environments of care including but not limited to Joint Commission accreditation, Illinois Department of Health, OSHA, NFPA and other authorities of jurisdiction and regulations. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ? Provide guidance and support to ministry leaders on region specific needs and requests in collaboration with the Regional Director Support Services; develop and recommend execution techniques of department strategies and operational plans in coordination with the Regional Director . ? Oversee proper execution of preventive and corrective maintenance schedules, floor cleaning cycles, room disinfection and other routine operational requirements at multiple ministries. Meet (monthly or more) with ministry Support Services leaders at approximately ten PLC campuses to ensure that preventive maintenance is being conducted and that required documentation is properly recorded and archived. Accountable for assisting in formulating standard PLC-wide floor cleaning and general room cleaning schedules to ensure that facilities are "inspection ready" at all times, including patient and resident rooms. ? Analyze department operations and make recommendations to the Regional Director regarding the implementation of industry best practices, implementation and monitoring of cost reduction strategies, improved patient and resident satisfaction scores, improved employee engagement scores, effective cost management and other priority initiatives across the associate ten PLC facilities. Analyze current integration and outsourcing operations within the region to optimize resources and minimize risk. Report any non-compliance and/or opportunities for improvement to the Regional Director Support Services. ? Guide, instruct and train ministry-based Support Services leaders in Support Services disciplines, emergency management and safety skills. ? Manage and analyze system-wide contracts, leases and vendor recommendations to ensure contracts and vendors meet the needs of the PLC ministries and are conducive to operations and that renewals and terminations are executed in a timely fashion. ? Assist ministry leaders by providing guidance and oversight of solicitations and obtaining of new contracts and manage the RFP process for securing bids for repairs, renovations and new construction. Participate in capital expense request reviews and formulation of recommendations. ? Provide project management services for major capital projects from outset to completion including design and construction oversight, project budget and schedule adherence. ? Manage the facility accreditation, certification and survey process with regard to Environment of Care, Life Safety and Emergency Management and consult with and advise Regional Director Support Services on all associated strengths, vulnerabilities and matters of importance. ? Coordinate and implement assigned department initiatives, policies, procedures and standards development under the direction of the Regional Director; and provide guidance to the ministry leaders with the execution of such initiatives, policies and procedures. ? Provide guidance and support to local ministry leaders in forecasting, developing and maintaining support services operating budgets. ? Identify and analyze ministry specific capital needs and provide guidance to ministry leaders on capital improvement requests. Various locations in Chicago and surrounding suburbs. Presence Health is the largest health system based in Illinois, created in November 2011 through the merger of Provena Health and Resurrection Health Care. With over 150 locations, from physician offices and convenient outpatient centers to quality hospitals and senior living communities, were in communities big and small. Visit presencehealth.org to learn more. EOE of Minorities/Females/Vets/Disability PI88477123...

Regional Mgr Support Services - PLC

Facility : Presence Life Connections Department : PSS ADMINISTRATION Schedule : Full-time Shift : Day shift Hours : 8:00am - 4:30pm Location : Mokena, IL Req Number : 136115 Job Details : SUMMARY Plan, organize and provide oversight for Plant Operations, Housekeeping, Laundry and Linen and Security, for multiple PLC ministries. Serve as liaison for Food Services and biomedical engineering services. Plan, organize and maintain regulatory compliance and safety pertaining to the PLC environments of care including but not limited to Joint Commission accreditation, Illinois Department of Health, OSHA, NFPA and other authorities of jurisdiction and regulations. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ? Provide guidance and support to ministry leaders on region specific needs and requests in collaboration with the Regional Director Support Services; develop and recommend execution techniques of department strategies and operational plans in coordination with the Regional Director . ? Oversee proper execution of preventive and corrective maintenance schedules, floor cleaning cycles, room disinfection and other routine operational requirements at multiple ministries. Meet (monthly or more) with ministry Support Services leaders at approximately ten PLC campuses to ensure that preventive maintenance is being conducted and that required documentation is properly recorded and archived. Accountable for assisting in formulating standard PLC-wide floor cleaning and general room cleaning schedules to ensure that facilities are "inspection ready" at all times, including patient and resident rooms. ? Analyze department operations and make recommendations to the Regional Director regarding the implementation of industry best practices, implementation and monitoring of cost reduction strategies, improved patient and resident satisfaction scores, improved employee engagement scores, effective cost management and other priority initiatives across the associate ten PLC facilities. Analyze current integration and outsourcing operations within the region to optimize resources and minimize risk. Report any non-compliance and/or opportunities for improvement to the Regional Director Support Services. ? Guide, instruct and train ministry-based Support Services leaders in Support Services disciplines, emergency management and safety skills. ? Manage and analyze system-wide contracts, leases and vendor recommendations to ensure contracts and vendors meet the needs of the PLC ministries and are conducive to operations and that renewals and terminations are executed in a timely fashion. ? Assist ministry leaders by providing guidance and oversight of solicitations and obtaining of new contracts and manage the RFP process for securing bids for repairs, renovations and new construction. Participate in capital expense request reviews and formulation of recommendations. ? Provide project management services for major capital projects from outset to completion including design and construction oversight, project budget and schedule adherence. ? Manage the facility accreditation, certification and survey process with regard to Environment of Care, Life Safety and Emergency Management and consult with and advise Regional Director Support Services on all associated strengths, vulnerabilities and matters of importance. ? Coordinate and implement assigned department initiatives, policies, procedures and standards development under the direction of the Regional Director; and provide guidance to the ministry leaders with the execution of such initiatives, policies and procedures. ? Provide guidance and support to local ministry leaders in forecasting, developing and maintaining support services operating budgets. ? Identify and analyze ministry specific capital needs and provide guidance to ministry leaders on capital improvement requests. Various locations in Chicago and surrounding suburbs. Presence Health is the largest health system based in Illinois, created in November 2011 through the merger of Provena Health and Resurrection Health Care. With over 150 locations, from physician offices and convenient outpatient centers to quality hospitals and senior living communities, were in communities big and small. Visit presencehealth.org to learn more. EOE of Minorities/Females/Vets/Disability PI88477108...

Technical Manager I

Michael Baker International is a leading provider of engineering, development, intelligence and technology solutions with global reach and mobility. The firm offers a comprehensive range of innovative services and solutions in support of federal, state, and municipal governments, foreign allied governments, and a wide range of private development and commercial clients. Michael Baker International?s focus is on the safety and security of people across the world through planning and engineering improvements to infrastructure and the environment, and through protection of our quality of life and freedom in support of national and international security. With more than $1 billion in annual revenue, Michael Baker International has more than 5,000 employees in over 80 offices located across the U.S. and internationally, and is ranked as the 26th largest design firm in the U.S. by Engineering News Record (ENR). Michael Baker International?s Mission is to make a difference by providing innovative solutions to sustain the future and further the safety, security and quality of life for people across the globe by providing the highest level of expertise, unmatched quality and effective project teams for a diverse range of projects and clients. Michael Baker International offers excellent benefit packages that includes: Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability Insurance, Life Insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts, Additional Paid Time Off, Flex-Time, 401-K Retirement Plan, Tuition Reimbursement and Employee Credit Union. To learn more, please visit us on the web at www.mbakerintl.com . Michael Baker International is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer - M/F/Disability/Veteran/e-Verify Employer Detailed Description: Michael Baker International seeks a Senior Community Engagement and Communications Professional with specialized experience in local partnership development and boots-on-the-ground community engagement. This is an exciting opportunity to work with a network of risk communications, issues management, community outreach, partnership building, and engineering experts to tackle one of the nations greatest hazards: flooding. Flooding is the most common and costly natural disaster in the United States. As a part of this team, you will help communities reduce their vulnerability to flooding, save lives, and protect their financial stability. This full-time position will work collaboratively with colleagues in Washington DC and 10 regional offices nationwide, to accomplish significant results in the areas of raising understanding of local flooding vulnerabilities and transforming that knowledge into action to reduce risks at the local level. Among stakeholder audiences are Federal officials, State and local officials, community planners, emergency managers, professional groups, businesses, and local residents. The position will require frequent travel within a five state region. Responsibilities include: Lead day to day regional strategic communications and outreach operations of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Risk MAP project; Provide expertise in the development and coordination of localized strategic communications plans and content related to community resiliency; Coordinate and strategize with the Washington, DC based leadership team and FEMA Regional offices on floodplain mapping and community resiliency projects; Research, develop and manage existing and new partnerships with local influencers; consumer, non-profit, and business organizations; professional organizations; Manage relationships with partners and assist with the development of locally tailored programs involving campaign assets and promotional extensions; Prepare a variety of written materials including communication plans, partnership agreements, locally tailored outreach tools and materials, and reports; and Work in collaboration with floodplain managers, topographical mapping engineers, emergency managers, State and local officials. Required Qualifications: 7-plus years experience in strategic communications, including experience developing and managing partnerships; preferably in an agency setting. Ability to provide a strategic perspective on projects that require an understanding of public policy, emergency management, issues management, natural hazards, and community outreach. Demonstrated ability to build coalitions, foster local and regional partnerships, and communicate effectively with a broad spectrum of audiences from Federal, State, and local officials to thought leaders, business leaders, and local residents within any of the following states: Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia Experience working on watershed, community planning, climate adaptation, engineering, flooding or other natural hazard issues is preferred. Proven ability to prioritize multiple projects, turn around projects quickly and meet deadlines. Ability to work both independently managing a regional team and collaboratively with other teams across the nation is essential. Excellent written and verbal communications skills are essential. Bachelors degree required; advanced degree a plus. Willingness to travel frequently within the previously mentioned geographic area. Spanish language skills are a plus but not essential. Experience in multi-cultural outreach, primarily Hispanic and tribal, are also a plus but not essential....

Supervisor of Case Management LTC

Supervisor of Case Management LTC ? Facilitate on-going communication between case management staff, utilization management staff and contracted providers. ? Assure compliance with established referral, pre-certification and authorization policies, procedures and processes. ? Assure compliance with emergency management policies, procedures and processes. ? Assist with the implementation of policies and procedures regarding medical case management. ? Maintain compliance with federal and state regulations and contractual agreements. ? Coordinate and communicate medical service functions with other departmental functions. ? Act as medical resource for appeals function. ? Assist Medical Services staff with computer systems issues related to case management. ? Conduct telephonic review of cases with doctors, hospitals, and other providers. ? Compile and review multiple reports for statistical and financial tracking purposes to identify case management trends and assist in financial forecasting. ABOUT THE JOB: The Supervisor of Case Management LTC will be supervising the day to day duties of the Case Manager. They will be responsible for communicating with staff daily department functions. Hours for this Position: Monday ?Friday/8am -5pm Advantages of this Opportunity : Eligible for 8% annual bonus Benefits are excellent and go into effect 1st of the month after start date...

Facilities Manager

JLL is currently seeking a Healthcare Facilities Manager in the Massachusetts Market to oversee efficient hospital facility operations and maintenance of building systems in the market. Position requires a strong background in hospital facilities management including Environment of Care (EOC), plant operations, Joint Commission survey standards and compliance as well as local authority having jurisdiction. The Facility Manager is responsible for the supervision of one Hospital Plant Operations Managers, and other Team members associated with the three of hospitals assigned to them. The Facility Manager will apprise the Senior Facility Manager of any and all conditions affecting compliance with Environment of Care, Emergency Management and Life Safety, as well as budget variances. The specific areas of responsibility include but are not limited to; client services, staff supervision, budget management, compliance and area customer relationships. This person will assume the responsibilities of the Senior Facility Manager for their respective portfolios, in their absence. Relocation assistance may be available for the ideal candidate. Key Accountabilities: ? Client Relationship ? primary interface with the CEO?s and District client representatives and key stakeholders. Develop strong client relationships and ensure services are delivered with quality. ? Facility Management ? leadership of the Facilities Management team (including suppliers) and resources responsible for delivering facility operations, soft services and project management. Ensure proper operations, maintenance and technical support is provided to meet client needs. ? Organizational Leadership ? Ensure robust personnel management is provided including personnel development/training, performance management (IPMP), coaching and mentoring. Support a culture of diversity and inclusion to develop a high performing team that delivers superior client service. ? Strategic Planning ? create a Facility Management vision for the geographical area, develop an overall area work plan and oversee execution of the work plan to realize the vision. ? Budget ? manage area budget. Complete forecasts within budget accuracy guidelines. Understand and comply with expense and capital funding guidelines. ? Key Measures (CPI/KPI) ? responsible to ensure area meets/exceeds all performance measures for the account including Environment of Care, Emergency Management and Life Safety requirements. Responsible for holding Operations Management team accountable for meeting work order completion requirements....

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Logistics Section

Summary: The Logistics Section meets all support needs for the incident, including ordering resources through appropriate procurement channels. It also provides facilities, transportation, supplies, equipment maintenance and fueling, food service, communications, and medical services for incident personnel. IMT reservist personnel in the Logistics Section function under the direction of the Logistics Section Chief (LSC) and are responsible for securing and delivering incident resources that support incident operations. Individual position assignments within the Logistics Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Logistics Section

Summary: The Logistics Section meets all support needs for the incident, including ordering resources through appropriate procurement channels. It also provides facilities, transportation, supplies, equipment maintenance and fueling, food service, communications, and medical services for incident personnel. IMT reservist personnel in the Logistics Section function under the direction of the Logistics Section Chief (LSC) and are responsible for securing and delivering incident resources that support incident operations. Individual position assignments within the Logistics Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Logistics Section

Summary: The Logistics Section meets all support needs for the incident, including ordering resources through appropriate procurement channels. It also provides facilities, transportation, supplies, equipment maintenance and fueling, food service, communications, and medical services for incident personnel. IMT reservist personnel in the Logistics Section function under the direction of the Logistics Section Chief (LSC) and are responsible for securing and delivering incident resources that support incident operations. Individual position assignments within the Logistics Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Logistics Section

Summary: The Logistics Section meets all support needs for the incident, including ordering resources through appropriate procurement channels. It also provides facilities, transportation, supplies, equipment maintenance and fueling, food service, communications, and medical services for incident personnel. IMT reservist personnel in the Logistics Section function under the direction of the Logistics Section Chief (LSC) and are responsible for securing and delivering incident resources that support incident operations. Individual position assignments within the Logistics Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Logistics Section

Summary: The Logistics Section meets all support needs for the incident, including ordering resources through appropriate procurement channels. It also provides facilities, transportation, supplies, equipment maintenance and fueling, food service, communications, and medical services for incident personnel. IMT reservist personnel in the Logistics Section function under the direction of the Logistics Section Chief (LSC) and are responsible for securing and delivering incident resources that support incident operations. Individual position assignments within the Logistics Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Finance Section

Summary: The Finance Section is responsible for tracking and reporting incident costs throughout the duration of the incident response, including cost monitoring that ensures applicable statutory rules are being met. The Finance Section also maintains personnel timekeeping records while coordinating execution of vendor agreements and contracts. IMT reservist personnel in the Finance Section function under the direction of the Finance Section Chief (FSC). Individual position assignments within the Finance Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Finance Section

Summary: The Finance Section is responsible for tracking and reporting incident costs throughout the duration of the incident response, including cost monitoring that ensures applicable statutory rules are being met. The Finance Section also maintains personnel timekeeping records while coordinating execution of vendor agreements and contracts. IMT reservist personnel in the Finance Section function under the direction of the Finance Section Chief (FSC). Individual position assignments within the Finance Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Finance Section

Summary: The Finance Section is responsible for tracking and reporting incident costs throughout the duration of the incident response, including cost monitoring that ensures applicable statutory rules are being met. The Finance Section also maintains personnel timekeeping records while coordinating execution of vendor agreements and contracts. IMT reservist personnel in the Finance Section function under the direction of the Finance Section Chief (FSC). Individual position assignments within the Finance Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Finance Section

Summary: The Finance Section is responsible for tracking and reporting incident costs throughout the duration of the incident response, including cost monitoring that ensures applicable statutory rules are being met. The Finance Section also maintains personnel timekeeping records while coordinating execution of vendor agreements and contracts. IMT reservist personnel in the Finance Section function under the direction of the Finance Section Chief (FSC). Individual position assignments within the Finance Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Finance Section

Summary: The Finance Section is responsible for tracking and reporting incident costs throughout the duration of the incident response, including cost monitoring that ensures applicable statutory rules are being met. The Finance Section also maintains personnel timekeeping records while coordinating execution of vendor agreements and contracts. IMT reservist personnel in the Finance Section function under the direction of the Finance Section Chief (FSC). Individual position assignments within the Finance Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Planning Section

Summary: The Planning Section is responsible for collecting, evaluating, and disseminating incident situational information. This section maintains information and intelligence on the current and forecasted situation, as well as the status of resources assigned to the incident. The Planning Section prepares Incident Action Plans (IAPs) and incident mapping while collecting and disseminating information and intelligence critical to the incident. IMT reservist personnel in the Planning Section function under the direction of the Planning Section Chief (PSC). Individual position assignments within the Planning Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Planning Section

Summary: The Planning Section is responsible for collecting, evaluating, and disseminating incident situational information. This section maintains information and intelligence on the current and forecasted situation, as well as the status of resources assigned to the incident. The Planning Section prepares Incident Action Plans (IAPs) and incident mapping while collecting and disseminating information and intelligence critical to the incident. IMT reservist personnel in the Planning Section function under the direction of the Planning Section Chief (PSC). Individual position assignments within the Planning Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Planning Section

Summary: The Planning Section is responsible for collecting, evaluating, and disseminating incident situational information. This section maintains information and intelligence on the current and forecasted situation, as well as the status of resources assigned to the incident. The Planning Section prepares Incident Action Plans (IAPs) and incident mapping while collecting and disseminating information and intelligence critical to the incident. IMT reservist personnel in the Planning Section function under the direction of the Planning Section Chief (PSC). Individual position assignments within the Planning Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Planning Section

Summary: The Planning Section is responsible for collecting, evaluating, and disseminating incident situational information. This section maintains information and intelligence on the current and forecasted situation, as well as the status of resources assigned to the incident. The Planning Section prepares Incident Action Plans (IAPs) and incident mapping while collecting and disseminating information and intelligence critical to the incident. IMT reservist personnel in the Planning Section function under the direction of the Planning Section Chief (PSC). Individual position assignments within the Planning Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Planning Section

Summary: The Planning Section is responsible for collecting, evaluating, and disseminating incident situational information. This section maintains information and intelligence on the current and forecasted situation, as well as the status of resources assigned to the incident. The Planning Section prepares Incident Action Plans (IAPs) and incident mapping while collecting and disseminating information and intelligence critical to the incident. IMT reservist personnel in the Planning Section function under the direction of the Planning Section Chief (PSC). Individual position assignments within the Planning Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Operations Section

Summary: The Operations Section is responsible for activating and supervising organizational elements in accordance with incident objectives found in the Incident Action Plan (IAP). IMT reservist personnel in the Operations Section function under the direction of the Operations Section Chief (OSC) and are responsible for implementing operational tactics that fulfill the established incident objectives. Individual position assignments within the Operations Section at the Branch, Division, Group, Unit and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Operations Section

Summary: The Operations Section is responsible for activating and supervising organizational elements in accordance with incident objectives found in the Incident Action Plan (IAP). IMT reservist personnel in the Operations Section function under the direction of the Operations Section Chief (OSC) and are responsible for implementing operational tactics that fulfill the established incident objectives. Individual position assignments within the Operations Section at the Branch, Division, Group, Unit and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Operations Section

Summary: The Operations Section is responsible for activating and supervising organizational elements in accordance with incident objectives found in the Incident Action Plan (IAP). IMT reservist personnel in the Operations Section function under the direction of the Operations Section Chief (OSC) and are responsible for implementing operational tactics that fulfill the established incident objectives. Individual position assignments within the Operations Section at the Branch, Division, Group, Unit and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Operations Section

Summary: The Operations Section is responsible for activating and supervising organizational elements in accordance with incident objectives found in the Incident Action Plan (IAP). IMT reservist personnel in the Operations Section function under the direction of the Operations Section Chief (OSC) and are responsible for implementing operational tactics that fulfill the established incident objectives. Individual position assignments within the Operations Section at the Branch, Division, Group, Unit and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Operations Section

Summary: The Operations Section is responsible for activating and supervising organizational elements in accordance with incident objectives found in the Incident Action Plan (IAP). IMT reservist personnel in the Operations Section function under the direction of the Operations Section Chief (OSC) and are responsible for implementing operational tactics that fulfill the established incident objectives. Individual position assignments within the Operations Section at the Branch, Division, Group, Unit and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Logistics Section

Summary: The Logistics Section meets all support needs for the incident, including ordering resources through appropriate procurement channels. It also provides facilities, transportation, supplies, equipment maintenance and fueling, food service, communications, and medical services for incident personnel. IMT reservist personnel in the Logistics Section function under the direction of the Logistics Section Chief (LSC) and are responsible for securing and delivering incident resources that support incident operations. Individual position assignments within the Logistics Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Finance Section

Summary: The Finance Section is responsible for tracking and reporting incident costs throughout the duration of the incident response, including cost monitoring that ensures applicable statutory rules are being met. The Finance Section also maintains personnel timekeeping records while coordinating execution of vendor agreements and contracts. IMT reservist personnel in the Finance Section function under the direction of the Finance Section Chief (FSC). Individual position assignments within the Finance Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Planning Section

Summary: The Planning Section is responsible for collecting, evaluating, and disseminating incident situational information. This section maintains information and intelligence on the current and forecasted situation, as well as the status of resources assigned to the incident. The Planning Section prepares Incident Action Plans (IAPs) and incident mapping while collecting and disseminating information and intelligence critical to the incident. IMT reservist personnel in the Planning Section function under the direction of the Planning Section Chief (PSC). Individual position assignments within the Planning Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Operations Section

Summary: The Operations Section is responsible for activating and supervising organizational elements in accordance with incident objectives found in the Incident Action Plan (IAP). IMT reservist personnel in the Operations Section function under the direction of the Operations Section Chief (OSC) and are responsible for implementing operational tactics that fulfill the established incident objectives. Individual position assignments within the Operations Section at the Branch, Division, Group, Unit and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Manager of Safety, Risk and Emergency Response

Job is located in Charleston, SC. Responsible for the development and monitoring of policies/procedures/programs related to Environmental Safety, Risk Management and Emergency Response for MUSC Physicians facilities. Risk Develop an inventory of hazardous chemicals, ensures they are properly labeled and stored, and assumes responsibility for obtaining/maintaining material safety data sheets (MSDSs). Assists in the developing and implementing waste disposal policies and procedures. Develop, maintain, and implement infection control and universal precautions policies/procedures to ensure that a sanitary environment is maintained at all times. Attends and participates in Enterprise meetings relating to Safety/Infection Control/Quality Control/Emergency Response. Safety/Security Conducts inspections and audits as need to measure effectiveness and implementation of Environmental Health and Safety programs. Develops actionable processes, programs and practices related to Environmental Health and Safety Schedule, conduct and document disaster drills in accordance with regulatory requirements. Schedule and monitor services performed by outside contractors/agencies to determine compliance with contracts/work orders. Participates in survey/inspections by external agencies such as Fire Marshall and Insurance Risk Managers. Conducts regular safety inspection tours of the facilities and documents findings. Provides input into the budget relative to Environmental Safety needs. Conducts training on Environmental Safety issues. Attends and participates in Enterprise meetings relating to Safety/Infection Control/Quality Control/Emergency Response. Emergency Management Response Schedule, conduct and document disaster drills in accordance with regulatory requirements. In concert with EMC, develops and maintains an Emergency Response Plan for MUSC Physicians and Primary Care. Conducts an annual Hazards Vulnerability assessment, customizing drills towards identified weaknesses. Manage the development and design of MUSCP site-specific training regarding various elements of the MUSC Emergency Operation Plan. Develop an annual MUSCP Emergency Management report and present to Executive Cabinet....

Manager of Safety, Risk and Emergency Response

Responsible for the development and monitoring of policies/procedures/programs related to Environmental Safety, Risk Management and Emergency Response for MUSC Physicians facilities. Risk Develop an inventory of hazardous chemicals, ensures they are properly labeled and stored, and assumes responsibility for obtaining/maintaining material safety data sheets (MSDSs). Assists in the developing and implementing waste disposal policies and procedures. Develop, maintain, and implement infection control and universal precautions policies/procedures to ensure that a sanitary environment is maintained at all times. Attends and participates in Enterprise meetings relating to Safety/Infection Control/Quality Control/Emergency Response. Safety/Security Conducts inspections and audits as need to measure effectiveness and implementation of Environmental Health and Safety programs. Develops actionable processes, programs and practices related to Environmental Health and Safety Schedule, conduct and document disaster drills in accordance with regulatory requirements. Schedule and monitor services performed by outside contractors/agencies to determine compliance with contracts/work orders. Participates in survey/inspections by external agencies such as Fire Marshall and Insurance Risk Managers. Conducts regular safety inspection tours of the facilities and documents findings. Provides input into the budget relative to Environmental Safety needs. Conducts training on Environmental Safety issues. Attends and participates in Enterprise meetings relating to Safety/Infection Control/Quality Control/Emergency Response. Emergency Management Response Schedule, conduct and document disaster drills in accordance with regulatory requirements. In concert with EMC, develops and maintains an Emergency Response Plan for MUSC Physicians and Primary Care. Conducts an annual Hazards Vulnerability assessment, customizing drills towards identified weaknesses. Manage the development and design of MUSCP site-specific training regarding various elements of the MUSC Emergency Operation Plan. Develop an annual MUSCP Emergency Management report and present to Executive Cabinet....

Disaster Response Project Manager/Operations Manager

Tetra Tech is a leading provider of consulting, engineering, and technical services worldwide. We are a diverse company, including individuals with expertise in science, research, engineering, construction, and information technology. Our strength is in collectively providing integrated services, delivering the best solutions to meet our clients' needs. With more than 14,000 employees, 330 offices worldwide, and $2.6 billion revenue in 2013, we provide services to protect and improve the quality of life through responsible resource management, sound infrastructure, and rapid communications ability. As part of the Tetra Tech family of companies, we are home to some of the best minds in the country, including nationally renowned subject matter experts. Whether we are contemplating the restoration of our environment or helping to revitalize our urban centers, we are thinking of clear sustainable solutions to resource management and infrastructure challenges. In fact, it's much more than what can be done today; it's what we'll be able to do tomorrow. We offer competitive compensation and benefits and are searching for innovative people to join our teams. Tetra Tech, Inc. is also one of the nation's premier emergency management consultancies, providing all-hazards mitigation, emergency preparedness planning, disaster response and recovery, and grant management/long term recovery services for public and private sector clients across the United States. As we respond to ongoing weather events that significantly impact areas of the US, the team is actively gathering information on available, and prospective candidates who would be interested in supporting these requirements. Notifications of potential opportunities and interviewing sites will be sent to candidates in surrounding areas impacted by significant weather events. No relocation available. These are temporary, on-call assignments. This position requires responsibility for managing the human, equipment and financial resources required for a Post-Event monitoring and recovery projects. Ensuring that Post-Event projects are completed within FEMA guidelines resulting in the appropriate level of reimbursement to our clients. Roles and Responsibilities: ? Manage a variety of projects related to post-event recovery and monitoring services. ? Demonstrate thorough understanding of FEMA guidelines and applicable regulations. ? Interact with clients, consultants, staff members and strategic partners to accurately document and efficiently recover disaster debris. ? Produce reports, documents, graphs and other management tools for tracking project process ? Monitor daily project progress and performance metrics. ? Provide ongoing communication and project management tasks for both client and company use, utilizing a variety of technology to ensure both client satisfaction and project success. ? Manage perception by demonstrating a high-level of integrity in all relationships and actions taken on and off duty. ? Monitor site safety and maintain safety awareness to ensure safe working environment....

Healthcare Facilities Manager

About JLL JLL (NYSE: JLL) is a professional services and investment management firm offering specialized real estate services to clients seeking increased value by owning, occupying and investing in real estate. With annual fee revenue of $4.0 billion and gross revenue of $4.5 billion, JLL has more than 200 corporate offices, operates in 75 countries and has a global workforce of approximately 53,000. On behalf of its clients, the firm provides management and real estate outsourcing services for a property portfolio of 3.0 billion square feet, or 280.0 million square meters, and completed $99.0 billion in sales, acquisitions and finance transactions in 2013. Its investment management business, LaSalle Investment Management, has $50.0 billion of real estate assets under management. JLL is the brand name, and a registered trademark, of Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated. For further information, visit www.jll.com . JLL is currently seeking a Healthcare Facilities Manager in Southern CA to oversee efficient hospital facility operations and maintenance of building systems in the district. Position requires a strong background in hospital facilities management including Environment of Care (EOC), plant operations, Joint Commission survey standards and compliance. The Facility Manager is responsible for the supervision of multiple Hospital Plant Operations Managers and the portfolio of hospitals assigned to them. The Facility Manager will apprise the Facility Management Region Lead of any and all conditions affecting compliance with Environment of Care, Emergency Management and Life Safety, as well as budget variances. The specific areas of responsibility include but are not limited to; client services, staff supervision, budget management, compliance and area customer relationships. This person will assume the responsibilities of the Facility Management Region Lead for their respective portfolios, in their absence. Relocation assistance may be available for the ideal candidate. Key Accountabilities: ? Client Relationship ? primary interface with the CEO?s and District client representatives and key stakeholders. Develop strong client relationships and ensure services are delivered with quality. ? Facility Management ? leadership of the Facilities Management team (including suppliers) and resources responsible for delivering facility operations, soft services and project management. Ensure proper operations, maintenance and technical support is provided to meet client needs. ? Organizational Leadership ? Ensure robust personnel management is provided including personnel development/training, performance management (IPMP), coaching and mentoring. Support a culture of diversity and inclusion to develop a high performing team that delivers superior client service. ? Strategic Planning ? create a Facility Management vision for the geographical area, develop an overall area work plan and oversee execution of the work plan to realize the vision. ? Budget ? manage area budget. Complete forecasts within budget accuracy guidelines. Understand and comply with expense and capital funding guidelines. ? Key Measures (CPI/KPI) ? responsible to ensure area meets/exceeds all performance measures for the account including Environment of Care, Emergency Management and Life Safety requirements. Responsible for holding Operations Management team accountable for meeting work order completion requirements....

Paramedic Reservist

Summary: Licensed/Certified paramedics will be part of the BCFS Emergency Management Division Medical Staffing Team and will respond to natural disasters and public health emergencies. Paramedics will provide medical evaluations, treatment and stabilization of the critically ill and injured; responses to emergency rescue situations involving potential loss of life or bodily injury; maintains control, manages and directs patient care at the scene of a pre-hospital emergency; perform other duties as required. Essential Functions of the Job: Provides and directs Basic and Advanced Life Support to the ill and injured utilizing all basic and advanced abilities and techniques; Follows standard operating policies and procedures as developed and established by the BCFS Medical Director and EMD; and Adequately and successfully performs duties within the scope of para-medicine and BCFS protocols, procedures and standing orders. Other Responsibilities: Communicates and collaborates with appropriate medical staff and ensures situational awareness is maintained among the Medical Staff unit; Ensures meticulous and comprehensive medical recordkeeping and documentation; Extensive, last-minute travel within the U.S. may be required; Must be able to work 12-hour shifts within a 24-hour operational period for extended periods of time. Shifts to be determined based on operational needs and/or command priorities; Will be required to sign a confidentiality statement & abide by BCFS policies and procedures while employed by BCFS; Abides by all appropriate BCFS policies, procedures and standard protocol, with an emphasis on strict adherence to ethical codes; Ensures ability to perform in dynamic, fast-paced, stressful environments associated with disaster response; and Performs other duties as may be assigned. Response / Activation: Participates in Emergency Management Division (EMD) responses as a Medical Staffing Team (MST) member; Maintains readiness and ensures availability to respond when assigned team is on first-call; and Maintains situational awareness of weather events, disasters or potential disasters around the world. Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Adult Day Care Supervisor Lakeland

ADULT DAY CARE SUPERVISOR- Lakeland FL (Human Services) This position is recruited and staffed under Source2-NOT BOCC Must have the physical, developmental and mental ability to perform job tasks, work efforts, responsibilities and duties of the job illustrated below: MAJOR FUNCTION: Responsible for directing, supervising and managing staff members and related functions of the Adult Day Care Center. Responsible for day-to-day operations of the Program in accordance with the Florida Administrative Code and Florida Statutes. Responsible for assessment and monitoring of client health needs and functional levels. Responsible for developing and maintaining a positive and professional relationship with the clients and caregivers, assuring that there are continued open lines of communication, that the clients are treated with compassion, dignity and respect and that confidentiality is maintained at all times. ILLUSTRATIVE DUTIES: Plans, schedules and coordinates appropriate recreational, socialization, transportation and other ancillary senior center activities. Administers medications as ordered. May remind clients of and administer medications. Plans and directs staff work assignments. Supervises and evaluates staff performance. Plans and/or conducts on-the-job training programs and in-service meetings. Provides support and understanding to staff members of their roles and responsibilities for the Program and the clients served. Fosters a professional, healthful environment and an atmosphere of positive employee morale. Responsible for assuring that medications and other prescribed therapies (i.e.: physical therapy, exercise, etc.) are administered in accordance with physician orders and documented in accordance with federal and state laws and nursing practice standards. Responsible for developing and maintaining a positive and professional relationship with the clients and caregivers, assuring that there are continued open lines of communication, that the clients are treated with compassion, dignity and respect and that confidentiality is maintained at all times. Performs administrative work duties in the recruitment, screening and hiring recommendation of staff. Acts on administrative and personnel matters and functions. Conducts and/or attends staff conferences. Recommends referrals and emergency services with other areas service agencies, programs and resources. May engage in public speaking activities. Interprets county, state and federal policies, laws and regulations. Oversees and participates in the preparation, setting up maintenance of records, reports and files. Completes supply and materials requests. Develops, updates, implements and/or completes applicable procedures/policies, program materials, manuals, forms, reports and correspondence. Prepares and oversees maintenance program budget. Performs related duties as required. KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS: Must have leadership, creativity, integrity, initiative and communicative skills. Knowledge and ability to assess and monitor client health needs and functional levels. Knowledge of social and health counseling. Knowledge of and ability to prepare fiscal accounting, filing and record keeping management systems. Ability to deal tactfully with clients, families, visitors, governmental agencies and the general public. Ability to handle highly sensitive and complex issues. Ability to learn, county, state and federal policies, laws and rules and regulations. Ability to become familiar with other social services and health agencies and resources. Ability to use good judgment in administrative and personnel situations and make independent decisions. Ability to maintain an effective working relationship with employees and the public. Ability to plan, assign and direct the work of others. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate of an accredited high school or possess an acceptable equivalency diploma and have a minimum of three (3) years health or social service experience, including two (2) years experience supervising others. Must possess a current State of Florida license as a Licensed Practical Nurse or Registered Nurse. No comparable amount of training and experience may be substituted for the required LPN licensure unless authorized by the Department of HRS. Must have a valid driver=s license and be able to secure a valid Florida drivers license at the time of employment. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Applicant must present a physical examination statement that he/she is free from tuberculosis in a communicable form. Must possess or be able to obtain Red Cross First Aid and American Heart Association CPR Certification cards no later that thirty working days after initial employment within this classification. May be required to assist in a Special Care Shelter at time of need. All new Adult Day Care Center employees must undergo Level 2 (FDLE) screening submitted electronically before commencing work and every 5 years thereafter and attest, upon hiring, that they meet the requirements for employment and agree to inform the employer immediately if arrested for any disqualifying offense. New employees, who have worked for another health care facility, may obtain background screening information from their previous employer to satisfy the new requirements. Persons who have been screened and qualified as required by Section 435 and who have not been unemployed for more that 90 days thereafter, and who under penalty of perjury, attest to not having been convicted of a disqualifying offense since the completion of such screening, shall not have to be re-screened. This position may be required to work beyond normal hours and on weekends as necessary. This position may be reassigned to other adult day care sites as workload requirements change. When circumstances warrant, such as a time of impending or declared disaster (i.e. hurricanes, tornados, flooding, etc.), the person filling this position will be expected to be available to participate in the Polk County Emergency Management Plan. This responsibility includes, but is not limited to, providing staffing coverage for all aspects of the special needs shelters at various locations throughout Polk County, food and water distribution and/or any other duties which are deemed critical to assure the citizens of our County are provided with the necessary services during and after a disaster. The Emergency Management duties may require the employee to be away from their home and family for several consecutive days. Location: Adult Day Care Center- Lakeland Work Schedule- Monday- Friday 8AM-5PM or 7AM-4PM-varies Rate of Pay $16.82 per hour Closing-Pending-Will close without notice...

Emergency Management Specialist

Tetra Tech is a leading provider of environmental and management consulting, engineering and technical services. We employ more than 14,000 people with 330 offices worldwide. We provide services to protect and improve the quality of life through responsible resource management, sound infrastructure, and rapid communications ability. We have a reputation for innovative design in the global design and construction industry. As part of the Tetra Tech family of companies, we are home to some of the best minds in the country, including nationally renowned subject matter experts. Whether we are contemplating the restoration of our environment or helping to revitalize our urban centers, we are thinking of clear sustainable solutions to resource management and infrastructure challenges. In fact, it's much more than what can be done today; it's what we'll be able to do tomorrow. We offer competitive compensation and benefits and are searching for innovative people to join our team. Employee will be responsible for conducting emergency preparedness planning, exercises and training projects. Activities may include project/task management, facilitating stakeholder meetings, collecting and analyzing data, development of work plans, business continuity plans, and public health and emergency response and recovery plans....

Disaster Program Specialist

The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. The American Red Cross is the foremost volunteer emergency service organization in the United States with more than 590 chapters nationwide. We are currently seeking a Disaster Program Specialist to work in our Harlingex, TX location. Job Summary: Responsible for the implementation of the disaster services program in an assigned geographic territory. The territory is based on the regional configuration. Leads and manages a primarily volunteer team responsible for the implementation of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs in the local area. Ensures the development of Disaster Leadership Volunteers in each of the program support functional areas of the disaster cycle in order to meet the needs of the territory, region, state and division. Operates as a part of the Disaster Management Cycle processes. Responsible for local preparation, response and recovery management as well as management of government partnerships with assigned territory. Drivers for this work include the number of municipalities within its coverage area, the amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. Performs these functions according to the guidance provided by the Disaster Program Manager; team leadership is provided by the Disaster Program Manager. This position reports directly to the Disaster Program Manager and may have a dotted line to Community Exec (s) in the territory they cover. This position may have dotted line supervision to program support functions within the Region and/or may also serve as a program support function lead within the Region. This position works closely with, is supported by and receives technical guidance from program support functions at the regional level....

Analyst VI-Health Program Spec

THIS IS A 100% CAREER POSITION WITH AN END DATE OF JUNE 30TH, 2016. This position is with the University of California Davis Health System, Department of Public Health Sciences, Center for Occupational and Environmental Health located in RICHMOND, CA. Working hours are M-F, 8-5. Under the supervision of UC Davis and the general direction of the Chief, Preparedness and Response Section, of the Communicable Disease Emergency Response Branch (CDER) of CDPH, the incumbent will perform duties involved in the planning, development, implementation, and exercising of the communicable disease emergency preparedness plans, policies, and procedures, including after-action reports and plans; provides technical assistance through reviewing funding applications and other documents; provides preparedness and response training, and represents CDER in various meetings and other settings.--Demonstrated skill and experience developing emergency response plans, policies, procedures, and experience reviewing emergency plans and identifying deficiencies....

Financial Recovery Consultant

Tetra Tech is a leading provider of consulting, engineering, and technical services worldwide. We are a diverse company, including individuals with expertise in science, research, engineering, construction, and information technology. Our strength is in collectively providing integrated services, delivering the best solutions to meet our clients' needs. With more than 13,000 employees, 300 offices worldwide, and $2.5 billion revenue in 2014, we provide services to protect and improve the quality of life through responsible resource management, sound infrastructure, and rapid communications ability. As part of the Tetra Tech family of companies, we are home to some of the best minds in the country, including nationally renowned subject matter experts. Whether we are contemplating the restoration of our environment or helping to revitalize our urban centers, we are thinking of clear sustainable solutions to resource management and infrastructure challenges. In fact, it's much more than what can be done today; it's what we'll be able to do tomorrow. We offer competitive compensation and benefits and are searching for innovative people to join our teams. We are seeking Financial Recovery Consultants with experience in the FEMA Public Assistance (PA) program management and administration. Duties include serving as a consultant to Tetra Tech clients during implementation of the PA Program and/or other grant programs. Individuals in this position are expected to work independently with minimal supervision. Candidate needs to be able to make independent decisions regarding grant guidance; must be able to understand and interpret the federal grant eligibility and activities; and perform business related research to support client needs. Candidate should work with the team in the analysis, formulation, development and delivery of material and results. As we respond to ongoing weather events that significantly impact areas of the US, the team is actively gathering information on available, and prospective candidates who would be interested in supporting these requirements. No relocation available. These are temporary, on-call assignments. Responsibilities include: ? Works with Program Manager to ensure that the Disaster Recovery Program is effective in meeting the needs of the Applicant ? Ensures that the Disaster Recovery Program is operating in compliance with all laws, regulations, and policies ? Maintains knowledge of grant programs in order to interact with applicants, federal agency representatives, peers and project manager ? Establish and maintain relationships with applicants, federal agency representatives, peers and project manager ? Works on diverse tasks, analyzes data and exercises independent judgment when creating recommendations regarding FHWA Detail Damage Inspection Reports and FEMA Public Assistance (PA) Project Worksheets for all categories of G disaster-related activities ? Assesses client situations; identifies and interprets federal regulations and uses knowledge and experience to determine method of project implementation ? Responsible for working closely with the client and staff to insure that all mitigation opportunities are maximized ? Keeps Applicants informed and educated and works with Applicants to resolve problems ? Analyzes and resolves any unique project related events ? Design and ensure accurate project work records are maintained and accessible to meet applicant needs and auditory requirements ? Responds quickly to managers, supporting the implementation of projects and organizational efforts to ensure timely, cost effective delivery of high quality products...

Operational Intelligence Analyst

THRIVE Intelligence, a Universal Services of America company, provides video security as a service by combining event-based video monitoring, edge-based analytics, audio intervention, GPS tracking, and other alarm monitoring services. Currently we are hiring for an Operational Intelligence Analyst. This position is responsible for the full range of intelligence community sources and products to identify/assess threats to the company, and to the sector. Prepares studies and assessments of threats, potential threats, and threat-related trends using sophisticated collection/research methodologies, and works with customized targeting infrastructure to identify vulnerabilities. The Operational Intelligence Analyst position will be responsible for, but not limited to, the following: Develop relationships with Loss Prevention at assigned locations within an assigned region. Review special event and large-scale events that may impact the properties within the assigned region. Develop threat assessments as guidance to retail property management in addition to Corporate Security points of contact and National Security Providers. Identify news, social media, law enforcement and emergency management sources and contacts for each property in assigned region. Develop mature relationships with the Business Emergency Operations Centers within assigned territory. These should include red teaming of natural disasters, such as hurricanes, tornadoes, winter weather, tsunami and earthquake. Develop bulletins which alert security professionals to new developments or trends in crime and impact officer safety. Monitor protest and demonstrations identified by RISC, Activist Map and fusion center identified events. Provide appropriate warning to Corporate Security contacts about relevant protest and demonstrations, and produce bulletins as needed. Review Homeland Security and associated portals for new developments. Review incident reports to help identify any activity that should be classified as a Suspicious Activity Report. Review past incidents to develop indicators, warnings, and mitigation strategies. Review related sectors of critical infrastructure, to help protect all of the assigned company client portfolio. Monitoring of social chatter through queries defined for national security and threats against assigned properties. Maintain the confidentiality of policy and procedure documentation, emergency response and notification information, administrative material and database information....

Communications Specialist

THRIVE Intelligence, a Universal Services of America company, provides video security as a service by combining event-based video monitoring, edge-based analytics, audio intervention, GPS tracking, and other alarm monitoring services. Currently, we are hiring for several Communications Specialist to work in the Operational Intelligence Center. This position is responsible to provide professional customer service for multiple retail centers throughout the enterprise from a centralized location. In addition, this position is responsible for supporting several levels of retail center operations, including but not limited to emergency management, security services, energy services, maintenance assistance and tenant services. The Communications Specialist position will also be responsible for, but not limited to, the following: Answer, evaluate and prioritize incoming telephone and radio calls. Communicate effectively with various callers to obtain complete information to determine necessary level of service to include; the need to dispatch police, fire, medical, security or local property management. Provide pre-arrival emergency or medical instructions to local law enforcement or fire personnel. Assist with monitoring retail centers fire/life/safety alarms to determine necessary level of response. Assist with monitoring energy service systems and escalating notification to local property or corporate management, when necessary. Escalate and coordinate incidents to the Operational Intelligence Center Remote Video and Intelligence Analyst. Effectively interpret multiple retail center leases and site maps. Maintain the confidentiality of policy and procedure documentation, emergency response and notification information, administrative and database materials....

Nurse / Home Health / LPN / Licensed Practical Nurse / RN / Registered Nurse

Licensed Practical Nurses and Registered Nurses, if you want to apply your nursing skills in a pediatric or adult home care setting, PSA Healthcare has the perfect opportunity for you! PSA Healthcare is an innovative leader in pediatric and adult home health care, dedicated to providing the finest quality care within the setting that is the most familiar and comforting to children and adults - their own home. We are currently seeking experienced and compassionate Home Care Nurses to provide Private Duty nursing care for medically fragile children and adults. This is a perfect role for you if you have a background in and a passion for pediatrics or adult nursing. You will work on a per diem basis in personalized, one-on-one settings in the patient's home, caring for children and adults at all acuity levels and across a wide range of different population groups. We will provide you with plenty of support and resources to assist you , including our innovative real-time electronic charting system as well as some of the best and most thorough training in the industry. Work with a team of world-class clinicians and see the difference you make in the lives of children and adults each and every day. If this sounds like the kind of LPN or RN home care role that you have been looking for, and if you meet our qualifications, we want to talk with you. Contact us today ! Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN - Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing) Job Responsibilities As a Home Care Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient's individual physician. This is a perfect opportunity for you to expand on any pediatric or adult home care experience that you may have while making a positive and much-needed difference in the lives of children and adults and their families. Your specific duties will tend to include the following: Assessments Medication administration Administration of prescribed treatment and therapies Care planning Communication with other members of the patients' multi-disciplinary team Supply management Emergency management Coordination of care Health promotion and teaching Training of family members Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing)...

Nurse / Home Health / LPN / Licensed Practical Nurse / RN / Registered Nurse

Licensed Practical Nurses and Registered Nurses, if you want to apply your nursing skills in a pediatric or adult home care setting, PSA Healthcare has the perfect opportunity for you! PSA Healthcare is an innovative leader in pediatric and adult home health care, dedicated to providing the finest quality care within the setting that is the most familiar and comforting to children and adults - their own home. We are currently seeking experienced and compassionate Home Care Nurses to provide Private Duty nursing care for medically fragile children and adults. This is a perfect role for you if you have a background in and a passion for pediatrics or adult nursing. You will work on a per diem basis in personalized, one-on-one settings in the patient's home, caring for children and adults at all acuity levels and across a wide range of different population groups. We will provide you with plenty of support and resources to assist you , including our innovative real-time electronic charting system as well as some of the best and most thorough training in the industry. Work with a team of world-class clinicians and see the difference you make in the lives of children and adults each and every day. If this sounds like the kind of LPN or RN home care role that you have been looking for, and if you meet our qualifications, we want to talk with you. Contact us today ! Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN - Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing) Job Responsibilities As a Home Care Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient's individual physician. This is a perfect opportunity for you to expand on any pediatric or adult home care experience that you may have while making a positive and much-needed difference in the lives of children and adults and their families. Your specific duties will tend to include the following: Assessments Medication administration Administration of prescribed treatment and therapies Care planning Communication with other members of the patients' multi-disciplinary team Supply management Emergency management Coordination of care Health promotion and teaching Training of family members Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing)...

Nurse / Home Health / LVN / Licensed Vocational Nurse / RN / Registered Nurse

Licensed Vocational Nurses and Registered Nurses, if you want to apply your nursing skills in a pediatric or adult home care setting, PSA Healthcare has the perfect opportunity for you! PSA Healthcare is an innovative leader in pediatric and adult home health care, dedicated to providing the finest quality care within the setting that is the most familiar and comforting to children and adults - their own home. We are currently seeking experienced and compassionate Home Care Nurses to provide Private Duty nursing care for medically fragile children and adults. This is a perfect role for you if you have a background in and a passion for pediatrics or adult nursing. You will work on a per diem basis in personalized, one-on-one settings in the patient's home, caring for children and adults at all acuity levels and across a wide range of different population groups. We will provide you with plenty of support and resources to assist you , including our innovative real-time electronic charting system as well as some of the best and most thorough training in the industry. Work with a team of world-class clinicians and see the difference you make in the lives of children and adults each and every day. If this sounds like the kind of LVN or RN home care role that you have been looking for, and if you meet our qualifications, we want to talk with you. Contact us today ! Home Care Nurse - LVN Licensed Vocational Nurse - RN - Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing) Job Responsibilities As a Home Care Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient's individual physician. This is a perfect opportunity for you to expand on any pediatric or adult home care experience that you may have while making a positive and much-needed difference in the lives of children and adults and their families. Your specific duties will tend to include the following: Assessments Medication administration Administration of prescribed treatment and therapies Care planning Communication with other members of the patients' multi-disciplinary team Supply management Emergency management Coordination of care Health promotion and teaching Training of family members Home Care Nurse - LVN Licensed Vocational Nurse - RN Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing)...

Nurse / Home Health / LPN / Licensed Practical Nurse / RN / Registered Nurse

Licensed Practical Nurses and Registered Nurses, if you want to apply your nursing skills in a pediatric or adult home care setting, PSA Healthcare has the perfect opportunity for you! PSA Healthcare is an innovative leader in pediatric and adult home health care, dedicated to providing the finest quality care within the setting that is the most familiar and comforting to children and adults - their own home. We are currently seeking experienced and compassionate Home Care Nurses to provide Private Duty nursing care for medically fragile children and adults. This is a perfect role for you if you have a background in and a passion for pediatrics or adult nursing. You will work on a per diem basis in personalized, one-on-one settings in the patient's home, caring for children and adults at all acuity levels and across a wide range of different population groups. We will provide you with plenty of support and resources to assist you , including our innovative real-time electronic charting system as well as some of the best and most thorough training in the industry. Work with a team of world-class clinicians and see the difference you make in the lives of children and adults each and every day. If this sounds like the kind of LPN or RN home care role that you have been looking for, and if you meet our qualifications, we want to talk with you. Contact us today ! Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN - Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing) Job Responsibilities As a Home Care Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient's individual physician. This is a perfect opportunity for you to expand on any pediatric or adult home care experience that you may have while making a positive and much-needed difference in the lives of children and adults and their families. Your specific duties will tend to include the following: Assessments Medication administration Administration of prescribed treatment and therapies Care planning Communication with other members of the patients' multi-disciplinary team Supply management Emergency management Coordination of care Health promotion and teaching Training of family members Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing)...

RN - Registered Nurse - Infusion Nurse - Skilled Visit Nurse

Are you a Registered Nurse looking to work with an innovative leader in pediatric home health care ? If you want to apply your nursing skills in a pediatric home care setting, PSA Healthcare has the perfect opportunity for you. We are currently seeking experienced and compassionate Skilled Visit and IV / Infusion Nurses to provide skilled nursing visits for medically fragile children and adults. You will work on a per diem basis in personalized, one-on-one settings in the patient?s home, caring for individuals at all acuity levels. We will provide you with plenty of support and resources to assist you, including our innovative real-time electronic charting system as well as some of the best and most thorough training in the industry. Benefits We have over 4,100 skilled multidisciplinary caregivers, providing exceptional care to patients in over 60 locations across 17 states. Our exclusive training program is the best in our industry, providing you with comprehensive onboarding, extensive continuing education options, and specialized training. Our innovative electronic charting system allows you to update our staff and patient physicians in real time and to receive timely advice and suggestions in return. In addition our Registered Nurse will receive: Flexible scheduling Group health/dental insurance to eligible applicants Ongoing training Support from our clinical team Advancement opportunities Relocation opportunities with multiple locations coast-to-coast Flexible benefit plan for out-of-pocket expenses Employee stock purchase plan Credit union membership 401(k) Home Care Nurse ? RN Registered Nurse (Pediatric Nursing) Job Responsibilities As a Skilled Visit Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient?s individual physician. Your specific duties for the Registered Nurse include the following: Assessments Medication administration Administration of prescribed treatments and therapies Care planning Communication with other members of the patients' multi-disciplinary team Supply management Emergency management Coordination of care Health promotion and teaching Training of family members Home Care Nurse ? RN Registered Nurse (Pediatric Nursing)...

Registered Nurse - RN / Licensed Practical Nurse - LPN

Become a part of our dream team and help BAYADA Pediatrics care for a beautiful young girl. At BAYADA, you can enjoy a flexible scheduling while providing compassionate care. We are currently hiring all shifts in Kerrick and Sturgeon Lake, MN. We have a new salary structure and offer an overnight shift differential. You could qualify a reliability bonus! You must have a minimum of 1 year experience under your current license. Trach and Vent experience a plus. Responsibilities: * Assessments * Training and education of family members * Medication administration * Communication with other members of the patient's multidisciplinary team * Supply management * Emergency management BAYADA offers: * Competitive wages (with new salary structure and bonuses) * Weekly pay * Flexible scheduling to fit your lifestyle * Positive work environment and the tools you need to do your job * Paid training opportunities * A stable working environment-we invest in our care team * Paid time off * 401(k) * 24 / 7 on call clinical support * Health benefits Join our team of compassionate care givers!! Contact Kimberly Stasch at 320-251-0668 or for more information or to apply. Founded in 1975 by J. Mark Baiada, BAYADA Home Health Care provides nursing, rehabilitative, therapeutic, hospice, and assistive care services to children, adults, and seniors in the comfort of their homes. Headquartered in suburban Philadelphia, BAYADA employs more than 18,000 nurses, home health aides, therapists, medical social workers, and other home health care professionals who serve their communities in 25 states from more than 250 offices. For more information, visit www.bayada.com . BAYADA Home Health Care, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and qualified applicants will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status....

Transition Planning Project Manager

As an initiative of the Expansion Project, Stanford Children?s Health is opening a new, state-of-the-art hospital in 2017 and repurposing the existing hospital in its continued success in providing and transforming advanced patient care and treatment to the surrounding communities. The Transition Planning Project Manager will be a member of the Hospital Transformation Operations Project Team and is responsible for managing efforts required to open the new expansion hospital. Through the various assigned Transition and Activation Committees, this position will work with multidisciplinary teams of physicians, LPCH leadership and staff through discovery, change and implementation efforts needed to realize the desired level of operational functionality and efficiency upon opening of the expansion. This role will be under the general supervision of the Director of Transition & Activation, and will work closely with the Project Team, LPCH staff and Design & Construction. This role ensures the completion of assigned items under the project, within budget, on schedule, while meeting all project objectives and appropriate governmental regulations. Also acts as a liaison between the client/users and all other project participants including consultants, contractors, vendors, and outside jurisdictional agencies. Essential Functions The essential functions listed are typical examples of work performed by positions in this job classification. They are not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, tasks, and responsibilities. Employees may also perform other duties as assigned. Employees must abide by all Joint Commission Requirements including but not limited to sensitivity to cultural diversity, patient care, patients? rights and ethical treatment, safety and security of physical environments, emergency management, teamwork, respect for others, participation in ongoing education and training, communication and adherence to safety and quality programs, sustaining compliance with National Patient Safety Goals, and licensure and health screenings. Must perform all duties and responsibilities in accordance with the Service Standards of the Hospital(s). Define project scope, goals and deliverables that support business goals in collaboration with senior management and stakeholders. Delegate tasks and responsibilities to appropriate personnel. Direct and manage project development from beginning to end. Utilizes clinical and business knowledge to be able to work with a variety of clinical and non-clinical departments on the impact of design for efficient workflow enhancing the patient experience, patient and staff movement and patient safety. Through the various assigned Transition Committees, this position will provide leadership and staff through discovery, change and implementation efforts needed to realize the desired level of operational functionality and efficiency upon opening the expansion. Identify and resolve issues and conflicts within the project team and within Transition Committees. Ability to understand the patient and family perspective and integrate family centered care into the activation and transition plans. Assists with the development of policies and procedures and applicable workflows. Ability to effectively lead and facilitate group processes. Implements quality control measures to ensure project compliance with department, hospital, and university policies, government codes and regulations; also ensures conformance to the requirements of all project participants.Manages communications on a regular and timely basis, ensuring that all project participants are informed of project status, problems, and required actions....

EHS Program Manager-Environmental

Bristol-Myers Squibb is a global biopharmaceutical company whose mission is to discover, develop and deliver innovative medicines that help patients prevail over serious diseases. One shared journey is moving us forward at Bristol-Myers Squibb. Around the world, we are passionate about making an impact on the lives of patients with serious disease. Empowered to apply our individual talents and ideas so that we can learn and grow together. And driven to make a difference, from innovative research to hands-on community support. Bristol-Myers Squibb recognizes the importance of balance and flexibility in our work environment. We offer a wide variety of competitive benefits, services and programs that provide our employees the resources to pursue their goals, both at work and in their personal lives. Bristol-Myers Squibb has announced plans for an expansion of its large-scale biologics manufacturing facility in Devens, Massachusetts. The expansion will create a mammalian cell biologics center of excellence through the introduction of biologics development and clinical trial manufacturing capabilities to the site. Both represent new capabilities for Devens, a site that in its early years has focused solely on large-scale, bulk biologics manufacturing. The Devens site currently has an opening for a EHS Program Manager. As a key member of the EHS staff, the EHS Program Manager will lead and manage a variety of EHS programs at the site. Position supports day-to-day operations of all functions and groups on site. The primary emphasis is on environmental, health, and safety management, as well as sustainability. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: ? Provides leadership, training and operational support to all levels of the organization and across all functional groups. Provides day-to-day program management and compliance with site, corporate and regulatory standards and requirements. Serves as an expert environmental, health, and safety resource the site. ? Initiates, leads and implements EHS improvement projects. Participates in EHS risk assessment, self-assessment, audit and inspection processes. ? Analyzes and prepares documentation, presentations, and reports for internal and external stakeholders. Maintains permit recordkeeping and reporting requirements. Maintains compliance tracker and assures timely submission of required report. ? Compiles, analyzes and interprets data, including data for sustainability initiatives and reporting. ? Manages EHS programs, such as regulated waste, air emissions, wastewater treatment, SPCC, SARA, TRI, TURA, refrigerant management. Develops effective and efficient manufacturing, laboratory and facility environmental compliance programs. ? Serves as a point of contact for regulatory and insurance inspections and project reviews. ? Facilitates and/or participates in various site committees and teams, such as Sustainability, Go Green, Spill/Emergency Management, Laboratory Safety, etc. ? Develops and effectively delivers EHS-related training. ? Provides safety, health, and environmental guidance to others. Assist in monitoring the efforts of consultants, service providers and contractors participating in site activities with safety, health and environmental impacts. ? Provides EHS guidance on facility projects to minimize or eliminate adverse impacts. Leads process hazard analysis. Participates in design reviews, change control, technical transfer, shutdown and pre-start up safety reviews, as required. ? Participates in the site emergency response process. ? May serves as a point of contact for regulatory and insurance inspections and project reviews. ? Assists people leaders in the performance of incident investigations and root cause analyses related to EHS-related incidents. ? Conducts incident investigations and appropriate notifications, as required....

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