Yuba County, Calif., is looking for a full-time Emergency Operations Planner to work in the Office of the County Administrator, according to a job posting on iaem.com.
The person in this role would complete analytical and administrative tasks to support the daily operations of the Division of Emergency Services. They would also assist with the coordination, planning and training of employees.
The planner would develop policies and procedures, as well as implement program goals and objectives. The person hired would maintain the County Emergency Operations Center, and sometimes serve a project manager for emergency management projects.
To be qualified for the position, the applicant must have demonstrated skills in emergency response planning, training and management. They must have experience using various emergency response and command systems, understand the principles and practices of project planning and have recommended and implemented goals and objectives.
Minimum requirements include a bachelors degree and technical-level experience in disaster planning, management and response.
The applicant must have certifications or credentials in emergency services programs, and have completed the Federal Emergency Management Agency Professional Development Series or have experience in organizing and leading disaster relief.
The applicant must be able to complete an extensive and thorough background investigation and fingerprinting. They must also have a clean DMV record.
The job posting will close March 14.