Under general supervision works within a framework of well-defined policies, procedures and regulations. Independently performing daily assignments, often outside of proximity of their supervisor.
Essential Job Functions
Develops and maintains programs and plans related to emergency preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation; ensures plans are in compliance with applicable State and Federal regulations; reviews and provides planning support and technical assistance to partner agencies, municipalities, medical facilities, and schools with development of local emergency plans. Executes public outreach; manages office website manages social media accounts; reviews and edits publications; attends public outreach events; produces safety fact sheets; develops publications; researches training; develops and conducts training. Conducts emergency response activities at the County Emergency Operations Center when activations occur and during exercises; coordinates with public officials; completes Incident Action Plans; serves as County Representative during After Action processes lead by other jurisdictions to provide guidance and input from County perspective; answers the public’s questions; prepares plans and documents; acts as a member of the incident support team; conducts damage assessments; leads group discussions to identify and implement improvements to emergency plans and operations after County incidents, exercises or emergencies. Performs related administrative responsibilities; maintains database and other information systems; schedules staff training; manages certification programs; attends training courses and meetings; participates in work-groups and exercises; researches state and federal guidelines.
Bachelor’s degree in Emergency Management, Public Administration, or other public safety discipline with three (3) years of emergency management experience; or any equivalent combination of training and experience. Valid Ohio driver license, proof of automobile insurance and a reliable vehicle.