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