State of South Carolina
FULL JOB DESCRIPTION
Emergency Management Coordinator II
$50,800.00 – $63,345.00 Annually
Pickens County, SC
FTE – Full-Time
9/16/2022 11:59 PM Eastern
Normal Work Schedule:
Monday – Friday (8:30 – 5:00)
Equal Opportunity Employer
Agency Specific Application Procedures:
Veteran Preference Statement
South Carolina is making our Veterans a priority for employment in state agencies and institutions.
Under the supervision of the Director of Emergency Management, is responsible for a variety of administrative and technical tasks. This position works to manage and maintain University plans, programs, and training for prevention, protection, mitigation, response, and recovery at all University locations. Work assignments are received orally and in writing. Work is reviewed through regular updates, results obtained, and effective working relationships. Performs other duties as assigned.
25% – Essential – Training: Assist in the development and management of EM Training. Conduct training assessments; recommend requirements; develop, schedule, obtain approval for, and conduct EM training. Coordinate the EM Information program tailored to the threats and hazards faced by University locations and coordinate with University and external personnel and organizations to maximize efficiency. Assist in the design, implementation, and evaluation of exercises. Record and maintain documentation of training and exercises. Advise and assist EM leadership and staff on issues and budget for EM Training.
25% – Essential – Operations: Assist in the development and management of EM Operations. Develop the protocol to monitor ongoing situations at all University locations and make recommendations for EM support and response, and/or EOC activations. Develop and obtain approval of on-call and response rosters, and EM response checklists/procedures. Advise staff, and develop operational procedures, checklists, and support to activate and maintain EOC operations. Assist and advise EOC members in developing and reviewing function-unique checklists. Develop the Situation unit and ESF-5 position checklists to provide core functions. Advise and assist EM leadership and staff on issues and budget for EM Operations.
25% – Essential – Planning: Assist in the development and management of EM Planning. Assist in the coordination and maintenance of the Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment and Stakeholder Preparedness Review. Develop options and recommendations to reduce the risk of loss, and coordinate implementation of approved solutions. Coordinate and manage reviews and updates of the University’s EM Plan. Develop Incident Action Plans for Incidents and Special Events. Advise and assist EM leadership and staff on the interpretation of state and federal requirements, issues, and budget for EM Planning.
15% – Essential – Administrative Duties: Maintain accurate records to include but not limited to expenses, equipment accounts, lessons learned and other key information. Develop and maintain program area portions of the EM web-site and Common Operational Picture, as assigned and approved. Administer the Building Security Coordinator (BSC) program to include communicating information and roles/responsibilities in a timely manner, and management of the award program. Prepare after action reports and improvement plans. Assist in completion and tracking of accreditation tasks for program area, and stay up-to-date on accreditation processes and changes.
10% – Essential – Emergency Response and Event Staffing: Remain available for 24-hour on-call response to serve as the EM Operations Officer and related duties during an emergency or
Minimum and Additional Requirements
A bachelor’s degree and experience in emergency planning, operational planning, public health management, or other related work experience.
Licenses & Certifications – Drivers License Class D normal < 26,000, ICS 100, 200, 300, 400; IS 700, 800. Associate Emergency Manager, or state-specific Certified Emergency Manager
Work Experience – 3+ years in Emergency Management or related field, Experience in emergency or operational planning, public health management, or other related work experience.
State of South Carolina
Pearman Blvd., Admin Service Bldg.
Clemson, South Carolina, 29634
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State of South Carolina
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