Palm Beach County seeks two emergency coordinators

Palm Beach County, Fla., announced Monday that it is hiring two emergency program coordinators.

Coordinators are responsible for administrative duties associated with the operation of the Emergency Management Division, and will work with multiple aspects of the office including facilities and building management, policy development, security and budgeting. Coordinators will also be responsible for the implementation and coordination of county-wide Emergency Management Services.

Program coordinators will also assist in training, supervision, staff reviews, and coordinating grant requests and other reports.

Candidates should hold a bachelor's degree, preferably in administration, emergency management or a related field. Candidates should also have at least four years of experience in public safety or emergency management, including one year in a supervisory position. Those with a degree outside of emergency management should supplement their qualifications with five years of working experience.

Candidates must hold or be able to obtain a valid Florida driver's license with a Palm Beach County Risk Management Department driving history approval, and must complete the National Incident Management System training courses by the closing date.

Visit the Palm Beach County website to apply. This application period closes Friday.

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