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Sunday, September 9, 2018

NYC Job Opportunity. $62k-$66k. EM Specialist

NYC EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT GRANT FUNDED UNTIL 8/21/2020 WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF AN EXTENSION

CITYWIDE JOB VACANCY NOTICE


Civil Service Title:             EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS SPECIALIST
Title Code No.:                  06766                                   
Salary Range:                     $62,000 - $66,000
Office Title:                      TRANSPORTATION & INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNER 
Division/Work Unit:         PLANNING & PREPAREDNESS/TRANSPORTATION & INFRASTRUCTURE 
Work Location:                 165 CADMAN PLAZA EAST, BROOKLYN, NY, 11201
Hours/Shift:                       9 - 5/ M - F    Number of Positions:               1

JOB DESCRIPTION


New York City Emergency Management is seeking an exceptional candidate to join the Transportation & Infrastructure (T&I) Unit in the Planning & Preparedness Division.

Reporting to the Director of Transportation and Infrastructure, the T&I Planner will support the T&I Unit in all aspects of planning and operational coordination related to the City’s transportation, infrastructure, and utility agencies and private-sector partners, including, but not limited to: ConEdison, DOB, DOT, DSNY, HPD, MTA, and NYSDEC. Special attention will be placed on planning for emergency debris and waste management, winter weather, and coordinating response to damaged building systems and services. 

Preferred candidates should have a solid understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the New York City region’s many transportation, infrastructure, and utility agencies and companies, including familiarity with their jurisdictions and extent of their operations. 

With wide latitude for independent judgement, the T&I Planner will be expected to lead and facilitate meetings between varied external stakeholders, develop relationships with liaisons and subject-matter experts to facilitate problem solving, and come up with creative ideas for communicating and solving complex operational and technical challenges.

Ideal candidates will have experience developing information management tools or dashboards, working with data sets, analyzing metrics, and performing operations analysis. Experience working in coordination with operating or field divisions of transportation, infrastructure, or utility entities is a plus.


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# 361822

Non-City Employees/External Candidates: Apply via NYC Careers. Go to www.nyc.gov/careers/search and search Job ID# 361822

                NOTE: ONLY THOSE CANDIDATES UNDER CONSIDERATION WILL BE CONTACTED.

POSTING DATE: 
09/07/2018

POST UNTIL: 
FILLED 

JVN: 
017/19/488

-AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER-

Reasonable accommodations will be provided for persons with a disability 

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