Overlake Medical Center – Safety/Emergency Preparedness Coordinator (Ongoing)

Description

Overlake Medical Center has an outstanding opportunity for a Safety & Emergency Preparedness Coordinator to join our team! The person in this role provides a safe environment for Overlake patients, visitors and staff through leadership of the Emergency Preparedness program.  Maintains the Emergency Management plans in accordance with local, state, federal and other accrediting bodies as well as other healthcare regulatory agencies.  Coordinates organizational activities and informs management of emergency management issues. Acts as the community liaison with local county and state planning activities to include preparedness, mitigation and education.  Designs, coordinates and conducts drills and exercises offering subject matter expertise to departmental directors. Conducts employee education and evaluation of Emergency Management programs.  Serves as a resource in the development of grant proposals related to Emergency Preparedness for the State of Washington and Seattle/King County.

Part Time – 0.5 FTE
Day Shift
40 hours per pay period

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Columbia Basin College – Director for Emergency Management & Campus Security (Ongoing)

Description

Columbia Basin College (“CBC” or the “College”) seeks a Director for Emergency Management and Campus Security to provide administrative direction and oversight for emergency planning and preparedness, public safety programs and parking operations.  This position actively supports and engages in CBC’s values for student learning, culture of excellence, diversity, equity and inclusion, sustainability and wellbeing.  The incumbent collaborates with a diverse array of internal stakeholders on issues related to emergency management, safety and security, and parking.  This position reports to the Assistant Vice President for Infrastructure Services.

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Director of Safety, Security, and Risk Management, Federal Way, WA

First consideration for this position will be January 15, 2019

POSITION SUMMARY:  
This position provides leadership and supervision for the Safety and Security Department and Risk Management.  The Director of Safety, Security and Risk Management is responsible for the execution of the Safety and Security Department’s mission aligned with the District strategic plan. Primary responsibilities for safety and security include supervision, evaluation, and training of the Safety and Security staff.  Primary responsibilities for risk management include develops and implements programs and services to identify risk exposures and eliminate or reduce adverse conditions in efforts to control associated district liability. The Director of Safety, Security and Risk Management serves as the District Safety Officer and leads in developing, implementing, and managing programs designed to effectively address security and district/school safety needs. This position is responsible for coordinating a comprehensive school safety program, which includes working with local law enforcement agencies to monitor and coordinate the school resource officer program.  Additionally, this position works extensively with cabinet, school administrators and community on all areas of district/school/scholar safety.  The Director of Safety, Security and Risk Management is responsible for and participates in the after-hours call-out pool and is also responsible for aligning the work of the Safety and Security department with the District’s educational and operational goals and regularly reporting on this alignment to District administration.

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Emergency Preparedness Program Manager, Tacoma, WA (Open till filled)

Position Summary:

The Emergency Preparedness Program Manager serves as the subject matter expert responsible for the development, creation, implementation, and deployment of Emergency Management and Business Continuity initiatives for assigned Interdependent Business Units (IBUs) to enable the MultiCare Health System (MHS), Puget Sound Region to mitigate, prepare, respond, continue clinical/business operations and recover from human and natural borne events, using an All Hazards approach. The Manager contributes to the development, execution, testing, and maintenance of Resiliency and Response plans region-wide; creates business impact analysis and risk assessment reports in keeping with policy and regulations; interacts with county, state & federal agencies when required; communicates status, regulatory activities to IBU leadership; manages MHS Emergency Management and Business Continuity projects and initiatives, and partners with and guides Preparedness Committee chairperson to provide consultation on agenda topics and prioritization of annual work plans.
The nature of work may require presence after-hours, on weekends or during other non-standard shifts as appropriate to meet the needs of an incident or the IBU being supported.

Minimum Requirements:
Three (3) years Emergency Management experience
Two (2) years of relevant healthcare or business continuity experience

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Logistics Program Supervisor, Camp Murray, WA (Closes 1/11/2019)

Job description

This recruitment is open on an internal basis for current State employees of the Washington Military Department.

Under the supervision of the Response Section Manager, this position is the Logistics Program Supervisor responsible for supervising logistical planning activities and the WebEOC program.  This position establishes collaborative relationships with all entities conducting emergency logistics and resource planning within or in support of the state of Washington.  This includes state agencies, local jurisdictions, tribes, federal government, private sector, and non-governmental organizations. 

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Hazards/Outreach Program Supervisor, Camp Murray, WA (Closes 1/11/2019)

Job description

This recruitment is open on an internal basis for current State employees of the Washington Military Department.

Under the direction of the Preparedness Section Manager, this position serves as the Hazards/Outreach Program Supervisor.  This position has delegated authority to manage and oversee the Emergency Management Division’s Earthquake/Volcano/Tsunami and Public Outreach Programs and serves as the division technical expert for the Emergency Management Division on geologic and seismic hazard issues.

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Emergency Management Financial Program Manager, Camp Murray, WA, (Closes 1/22/2019)

Job description

Under the supervision of the Emergency Management Division (EMD) Budget & Fiscal Manager, provides senior professional-level emergency management support and functions as a financial senior specialist responsible for ensuring state and federal fund sources are managed in accordance with relevant laws, regulations, policies, and requirements. 

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State Preparedness Assessment Program Manager, Camp Murray, WA (Closes 1/23/2019)

Job description

Under the supervision of the Assessments and Exercise Program Supervisor, this position provides senior level professional emergency management coordination support.  This position has delegated authority to manage the State Preparedness Assessment Program.  Responsible for administering this program by developing and implementing course of actions to accomplish assessment processes used for statewide preparedness strategic planning and capability assessment. 

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Hazard Mitigation Program Manager, Camp Murray, WA, (Closes 01/29/19 11:59 PM)

This is a project position expected to last up to 60 months.  

Under the supervision of the Mitigation and Recovery Section Manager, this position has delegated responsibility to manage the annual hazard mitigation grant programs, which include the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Pre-Disaster Mitigation and Flood Mitigation Assistance programs. 

This position also has delegated responsibility for overseeing and coordinating selected sub-grants awarded under the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program, as well as hazard mitigation planning and resilience outreach efforts. 

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