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Monday, September 10, 2018

Job Opportunity. $55k-$80k. Business Continuity Planner. Portland, Oregon.

Business Continuity Planner (Program Coordinator)
Portland Oregon, USA
Salary Range: $5,878.00 - $7,838.00 Monthly     Closing Date:  10/1/2018 11:59 PM Pacific

The Portland Bureau of Emergency Management (PBEM) works to build a disaster resilient Portland.  Our major programs are emergency operations, response and recovery planning, and community outreach and volunteer programs.  We strive to create an inclusive workplace and center our work in the communities most impacted by disasters.

PBEM is recruiting for a Business Continuity Planner. The Planner will work about 50% in planning, coordinating the City's continuity of operations (COOP) planning, and about 50% in outreach, working with local businesses to promote business continuity planning.  In their planning role, the Planner will lead a working group of continuity planners in other bureaus and support them to develop and improve their plans.  They will also maintain the city-wide operational continuity framework.  In the outreach role, the Planner will promote business continuity planning and present workshops to local business organizations.  They will work under general supervision of the bureau's Planning, Policy, and Community Programs Manager.

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