Job title: EP Coord II – Earthquake Prog Mgr – EMD
Company: State of South Carolina
Job description: Manages the update of the State Earthquake Plan and Tsunami Plan. Responsible for all aspects of the State Earthquake Program to ensure proper earthquake related planning, preparedness and response guidance are in place and the program meets local, State and Federal standards. Coordinates directly with the USGS, FEMA, CUSEC and other earthquake and tsunami subject matter experts. Participates in key regional and national earthquake workshops and conferences. Manages the National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program (NEHRP) grant and associated tasks on behalf of the Division. Possess knowledge of state and federal rules and regulations relating to emergency preparedness and of emergency operations. Must be knowledgeable of the principles, concepts, methods and applications of emergency planning fundamentals. Possess knowledge of risk and vulnerability assessment principles. Must be able to communicate effectively; assemble and analyze data and translate into concise planning documents; coordinate workshops, trainings and exercises; prepare and present briefings; prepare and present training programs and lead group discussions. The ability to establish and maintain effective professional relationships with State, local and Federal partners is essential. May serve as a liaison between local, State, and Federal agencies on emergency management programs and operations prior to, during and after an emergency or disaster. Serves as a member of the Disaster Intelligence Group in the State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) during exercises and activationsA bachelor’s degree with experience in emergency planning, operational response and/or multi-agency coordination. Applicants indicating college credit, degree(s) or specialized training on the application will be required to provide an official copy of college transcript.A minimum of three years of experience in planning, operational response, or joint, interagency and intergovernmental coordination. IAEM or S.C. Certified Emergency Manager (or other state equivalent) certification is preferred or will seek to complete within three years.A resume will not be accepted in lieu of an online South Carolina State Employment Application. Only those applicants chosen for interview will be notified of job filled status. Note: Applicants indicating college credit, degree(s) or specialized training on the application shall provide an official copy of transcripts upon notification of selection for hire. This serves as verification of credentials listed on the application.
Expected salary: $52357 – 96869 per year
Location: Lexington County, SC
Job date: Sat, 06 Aug 2022 07:35:23 GMT
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