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Friday, February 22, 2019

Job Opportunities(2): Georgia Homeland Security Coordinator February 2019

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    Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency - GEMA/HS

Homeland Security Coordinator - 
Job Number:     LAW031L
Job Posting: Feb 20, 2019 -                                Closing Date: Mar 6, 2019
Primary Location: GA-Fulton-Atlanta 
Other Locations: GA-Clayton, GA-Henry, GA-Fayette, GA-Gwinnett, GA-Douglas, GA-Rockdale, GA-Fulton, GA-Cobb, GA-Dekalb
Number of Openings: 1
Job: Law Enforcement
Shift: Day Job
Advertised Salary : $42,000-$46,000\

Homeland Security Coordinator - 
Job Number:   LAW031J
Job Posting: Feb 20, 2019 -                                Closing Date: Mar 6, 2019
Primary Location: GA-Jasper-Monticello 
Other Locations: GA-Washington-Sandersville, GA-Twiggs-Jeffersonville, GA-Bulloch-Statesboro, GA-Taliaferro-Crawfordville, GA-Hancock-Sparta, GA-Baldwin-Milledgeville, GA-Jenkins-Millen, GA-Laurens-Dublin, GA-Warren-Warrenton, GA-Screven-Sylvania, GA-Burke-Waynesboro, GA-Evans-Claxton, GA-Jefferson-Louisville, GA-Glascock-Gibson, GA-Putnam-Eatonton, GA-Richmond-Augusta, GA-Emanuel-Swainsboro, GA-Wilkinson-Irwinton, GA-Johnson-Wrightsville, GA-Candler-Metter, GA-Mcduffie-Thomson, GA-Columbia, GA-Treutlen-Soperton
Number of Openings: 1
Job: Law Enforcement
Shift: Day Job
Advertised Salary : $42,000-$46,000

Homeland Security Coordinator (HSC) As part of the Office of the Governor, the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency (GEMA/HS) works with local, state, and federal governments, in partnerships with the private sector and faith based community, to protect life and property against man-made and natural emergencies. In addition, GEMA/HS employees are on 24-hour call statewide to assist local authorities when disaster strikes.

The HSC will be required to live within the geographic area assigned or re-locate at their expense to the area within a reasonable time. The general scope of work will fall within the HSC’s designated region of Georgia, but support may be required anywhere in Georgia and in rare cases other states.

Under general supervision,
·        HSC will be Georgia P.O.S.T. Certified and involved in Homeland Security related issues, School Safety, and consequence management activities for natural or man-made disasters within the State of Georgia.
·        HSC will provide training and technical assistance to include the review of emergency plans and procedure for schools and businesses.
·        HSC will provide Homeland Security support to local Law Enforcement and work closely with the GBI.
·        HSC will respond to suspected acts of terrorism, threats to school safety, and assess the situation to assist in coordinating the State response.
·        Review and evaluate emergency management plans according to state and federal guidelines.
  • HSC provides training, technical assistance and incident response pertaining to a variety of Homeland Security, school safety and emergency management issues to state, federal and local emergency management, public safety and education professionals.

The HSC provides a variety of complex on-scene assistance in support of state, federal and local governments during times of natural and made-made disasters.

The HSC will regularly fulfill public speaking engagements and brief senior government officials.

Other duties will include:

·        Facilitation of school emergency operations planning for local communities;
·        Presentation of training programs relating to Homeland Security, school safety and crisis response;
·        Authoring detailed reports for senior government officials, public safety officials, courts and emergency management officials on Homeland Security incidents;
·        Assessing critical infrastructure locations throughout Georgia using the IP Gateway system;
·        Developing and maintaining communications with counterparts and colleagues throughout the public safety and Homeland Security network;
·        Gathering and reporting of information directly related to Homeland Security efforts in accordance with state and federal laws;
·        Conducting initial and follow up investigations as assigned by GEMA/HS senior staff;
·        Participating in the Georgia Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) program;
·        Providing support and information to the Georgia Information Sharing and Analysis Center (GISAC);
·        Participating in the planning and coordination of community special events in order to ensure Homeland Security standards and emergency management operations are considered and adopted as needed;
·        Conducting site surveys of educational facilities;
·        Assisting with and evaluating emergency drills and exercises;
·        Serving as an initial incident responder to provide support to local school systems, emergency management and public safety agencies for natural or man-made disasters as needed or directed; and
·        Attending meetings, conferences and training sessions conducted by local, state and federal agencies.
  • GEMA/HS Homeland Security Coordinators work closely with GEMA/HS Emergency Management Field Coordinators in responding to emergencies and must be cross-trained to fulfill major duties of Emergency Management Field Coordinators.

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Office:   202-618-9097 
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Job Opportunity: Dept of State. Police Interdiction Advisor February 2019

Police Interdiction Advisor
Now Accepting Applications
The U.S. Department of State is currently accepting applications for an INL Police Interdiction Advisor, located in Bogota, Colombia.

INL is under the Under Secretary for Democracy and Human Rights (J) and works to keep Americans safe at home by countering international crime, illegal drugs, and instability abroad. INL helps countries deliver justice and fairness by strengthening their police, courts, and corrections systems. These efforts reduce the amount of crime and illegal drugs reaching U.S. shores.

The INL section at U.S. Embassy Bogota, established in 1985, is among the largest and most complex INL offices in the world. INL Bogota is charged with developing strategies and programs to achieve international narcotics control, law enforcement, and justice foreign policy objectives. INL's Organized Crime and Counternarcotics (OCCN) Division supports Colombian National Police (CNP) and Colombian military efforts in cultivation, eradication, and narcotics interdiction, with the goal of stopping the flow of illegal drugs to the United States.

The Police Interdiction Advisor supports, assists, and advises INL Bogota and coordinates with the U.S. Embassy in Colombia to help Colombia interdict narcotics and criminal trafficking groups. Besides managing training, mentoring, technical assistance, and limited equipment procurements to support Colombian security forces and judicial authorities, the Police Interdiction Advisor will also liaise with, and coordinate, USG interagency partners working in the justice sector as it relates to the professionalization, training, and operations of law enforcement personnel. The Police Interdiction Advisor will play a key role in shaping future program design and engagement strategies with the Colombian government.

This is a non-status, non-permanent Personal Service Contract position. You do not acquire a competitive or excepted service status from this position.

Read the vacancy announcement for more information, and to start the application process. Please note that the deadline to submit completed applications is March 6, 2019.

All potential applicants are strongly urged to read the entire vacancy announcement to ensure that they meet all of the requirements for this position before applying.

We appreciate your interest in a personal services contract with the U.S. Department of State.

Job Opportunities(2): Georgia Homeland Security Coordinator February 2019

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