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Sunday, September 9, 2018

NYC Job Opportunity. $58k-$64k. Emergency Preparedness Specialist

NYC EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

CITYWIDE JOB VACANCY NOTICE


Civil Service Title:
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS SPECIALIST              
Title Code No.: 
06766                                   
Salary Range:  
$58,000 - $64,000
Office Title:          
EMERGENCY SUPPORT COORDINATOR
Division/Work Unit:
TECHNOLOGY/STRATEGIC RESOURCES –EMERGENCY SUPPORT CENTER
Work Location:  
930 FLUSHING AVENUE, BROOKLYN, NY 11206
Hours/Shift:         
9 - 5/ M - F
Number of Positions:       01
 
JOB DESCRIPTION
New York City Emergency Management is looking for a well-qualified person with a background in warehouse management, warehouse operations, emergency management, the transportation industry, and/or other sectors of the logistics industry that would be able to contribute to New York City Emergency Management’s disaster logistics capability. 

Under the supervision of the Deputy Director of Support Services, with wide latitude for independent initiative and judgment, the Emergency Support Coordinator will work in the NYC Emergency Support Center to prepare, organize and deploy emergency equipment and supplies when needed. The Emergency Support Coordinator will work closely with other units within NYC EM, as well as City, State, Federal, and nongovernmental agency partners and will continue to improve upon existing logistics capabilities that support emergency response operations. The selected candidate will:

        Assist with the management of the Emergency Support Center, emergency supplies and equipment
        Perform basic maintenance on equipment: light towers, generators, vehicles, etc.
        Drive NYC Emergency Management-owned vehicles for operations and/or logistics, including tractor/trailers, several bus-sized command vehicles, tow trucks and other large vehicles
        Perform loading and rigging for the same vehicles
        Provide technical expertise to NYC Emergency Management Logistics planning staff developing or implementing plans
        Assist in the development and implementation of an inventory tracking system
        Have the ability and willingness to perform strenuous physical labor when required
        Use creative problem-solving as related to logistics challenges, often in high-pressure emergency situations


The selected candidate will be assigned to an Emergency Operations Center (EOC) team, and will be expected to work non-business hours during emergency activations. The selected candidate will also participate in drills and exercises, assist with Ready NY presentations, and undertake special projects as assigned. 





                                                                                                                                                                                   
TO APPLY

Current City Employees: Apply via Employee Self-Service (ESS).  Go to Recruiting ActivitiesàCareers and search Job ID# 361885

Non-City Employees/External Candidates: Apply via NYC Careers. Go to www.nyc.gov/careers/search and search Job ID# 361885

                NOTE: ONLY THOSE CANDIDATES UNDER CONSIDERATION WILL BE CONTACTED.

POSTING DATE: 
09/07/2018

POST UNTIL: 
FILLED 

JVN: 
017/19/490

-AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER-
Reasonable accommodations will be provided for persons with a disability

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