Section Lead Emergency Management Technician (3347)

2018-07-13
IAP Worldwide Services (www.iapws.com)
Defense Contracting

/yr

  full-time   employee


Kirtland Afb (us Air Force Base)
New Mexico
87043
United States

Summary:

Responsible for the development, coordination, and writing of the Installation Emergency Management Plan, emergency operations plans, procedures, and supporting planning documents.

Essential Job Functions: (not limited to duties as described - performs related duties as requested)

  • Is responsible for preparedness, response, and recovery actions and efforts in response to major accidents and natural disasters.
  • Maintains and operates a Mobile Emergency Operations Center (MEOC) to support Incident Command requirements.
  • Briefs incoming and newly assigned personnel concerning hazards that could be encountered at the installation.
  • Responds to major accidents and hazardous material spills, and provides sampling and advices the incident commander.
  • Provides training in Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) Defense and specialized emergency response teams.
  • Is responsible for Civil Engineering contingency and deployment planning, training, operations and equipment supply procedures, directives and policies.
  • Receives, reviews, maintains, and reports appropriate emergency operations data and information for response activities before, during, and after natural disasters events, and/or civil disturbances and man-made/technological disasters.
  • Briefs incoming and newly assigned personnel concerning hazards that could be encountered at the installation.
  • Provides training and instruction on proper use of CBRNE equipment and personal protective equipment /ensembles.
  • Conducts All Hazard Response Planning Team (AHRPT) meetings and Emergency Management Working Group (EMWG) meetings IAW AFI 10-2501 and AFMAN 32-1007.
  • Enforces a safety culture whereby all employees have the responsibility for continuously developing and maintaining a safe work environment.

Knowledge & Skills:

  • Must have received the USAF 3E9X1, Emergency Management Specialty and have formally been awarded the 3E971, Craftsman skill level as a minimum with at least 7 years of experience within USAF emergency management.
  • Shall be International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) and National Fire Protection Association's Professional Qualification Standards (NFPA) 471 and 472 qualified at the Hazardous Materials Technician level.
  • Must meet the physical and knowledge level requirements of NFPA 471 and 472 within six months from date of hire and annually thereafter.

 

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