Winter Conference Call for Proposals
You are invited to submit a proposal to share your experience and expertise with your colleagues at the 2022 EMAO Winter Conference. Others will benefit from your experience while you make a valuable contribution to the profession’s field of knowledge. If you have used funding or organizations to work on strategies or projects, we are particularly interested in your expertise.
Call for Presentations must be POST MARKED no later than June 17, 2022. You can find the presentation application here.
Emergency Management Specialist (PT)
Shelby County has an opening for a Part-Time Emergency Management Specialist with the Shelby County Emergency Management Agency. Under the direction of the EMA Director/ Executive Committee, the specialist will assist the EMA director with administering the county emergency management and the county safety program; by means of prevention, preparedness, mitigation, response, and recovery capabilities through regional and local coordination and public safety planning for the occurrence of natural and man-made (all-hazards) emergencies and disasters.
Applicant must have received a high school diploma, plus twelve months of training and/or experience in Emergency Management planning and civil defense preparedness. In addition, the successful candidate must meet all job safety requirements and be subject to drug and alcohol testing based on reasonable suspicion. Compensation will be dependent upon experience.
All interested applicants may pick up an employment application at the Shelby County Commissioners Office, Shelby County Annex, Suite 100, Sidney, Ohio, 45365, between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM, Monday through Thursday, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM on Friday or online at https://co.shelby.oh.us/. Questions may be directed to 937-492-5635. A completed application and resume must be submitted to email@example.com or dropped off at Shelby County Annex by 4:00 PM Monday, November 14, 2022.
Lucas County EMA is hiring a GIS Planner/Operations Officer. Responsibilities include but are not limited to development and maintenance of emergency and disaster planning, grants management, facilitation of the Emergency Operations Center, develops and maintains Emergency Services’ GIS databases, gather geographic data. Produce accurate and legible decision-making maps, databases, dashboards and other spatial analysis. Responsibilities may also include assisting in updating, monitoring, and maintaining the 9-1-1 emergency telephone related system files. The GIS Planner will assist in all functions necessary to mitigate against, plan and prepare for, respond to, continue operations during and recover from all emergencies or disasters. Click here for more details.
The purpose of this document is to provide information to a County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) Director (and others), describing the duties and roles of his/her job. We hope you will find this Handbook helpful, and that it improves your ability to coordinate the county’s mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery programs.
To view the Emergency Management Handbook, click here.