Monday, October 25, 2021

NSBA Leadership Council Opportunity

The National Small Business Association (NSBA) is seeking leaders from the small business community to become part of NSBA’s Leadership Council. This is a great way to get involved in small business advocacy as well as  promote yourself and your business both nationally and in your community.

Specifically we are seeking members who may know their member of Congress, have experience in leadership positions in other organizations, have had some experience in dealing with the media and most importantly are passionate about small business.Our goal is to have at least one Leadership Council member in each Congressional District. The needs of small business has to be communicated to our political leadership in an effective manner so that  loans, grants, contracts and small business relief measures are a national priority as we emerge from the pandemic. Congress also needs to understand the impact of tax and regulatory policies on small business. 

We have developed a survey to better understand your leadership qualifications. To be considered please complete the Leadership Council Survey.


The NSBA Leadership Council is the premiere network of small-business leaders from across the U.S. who meet on a regular basis to identify key issues that are important to the small business community.   Our members bring a wide variety of skills and interests to the table.  Some of our members like to work in the background while others like to be in front of the camera.  We need all types because we have a message that needs to be communicated. We need to get the attention of our elected officials and educate them on our real-world issues including the impact of Covid-19 on small business and why small business must play a leading role in improving our nation's infrastructure. 

If you are interested in becoming a spokesperson for small business and gain visibility for you and your firm while helping advance the small-business community before lawmakers and members of the media please consider this opportunit

Thank you in advance for your time and consideration. We look forward to talking with you soon.

Please click here to take the survey. We will review your answers and will respond to you shortly. 

To find out more about The National Small Business Association please click here to visit our website. 





Sunday, October 24, 2021

Get Involved. District of Columbia Police Department. Active Bystander for Law Enforcement Training

ABLE Training

This week, Mayor Bowser observed the Metropolitan Police Department’s (MPD) Active Bystander for Law Enforcement (ABLE) training that is required for all MPD sworn members. For years, MPD has trained members on the requirement and duty to intervene. In 2021, as part of its annual professional development training, MPD formally adopted this new national best practice training program that prepares officers to successfully intervene to prevent harm and to create a law enforcement culture that supports peer intervention.

The Georgetown Law Innovative Policing Program, partnering with global law firm Sheppard Mullin, created the ABLE training, which employs evidence-based practices to give officers the tools and skills they need to perform an intervention on a fellow officer, a subordinate, or even a superior officer. ABLE is unique and uses lessons from other industries like aviation, medicine, and college campuses.

Learn more about the program HERE, and watch the demonstration HERE




The BERLIN CONFERENCE of 1884–1885. G20, COP26, IMF, World Bank. Know your history.

The Berlin Conference of 1884-1885.    ...  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berlin_Conference  

G20............................................................  https://www.blackemergmanagersassociation.org/2021/10/g20-what-is-g20-october-23-2021.html


COP26.......................................................  https://www.blackemergmanagersassociation.org/2021/10/we-havent-even-gotten-into-cop26-what.html


Saturday, October 23, 2021

We haven't even gotten into COP26. What is the COP26?

From G20 to COP26.

Any relationship?



G20: What is the G20? October 23, 2021

 https://www.g20.org/about-the-g20.html  

About the G20

The G20 is the international forum that brings together the world’s major economies. Its members account for more than 80% of world GDP, 75% of global trade and 60% of the population of the planet.
The forum has met every year since 1999 and includes, since 2008, a yearly Summit, with the participation of the respective Heads of State and Government.
In addition to the Summit, ministerial meetings, Sherpa meetings (in charge of carrying out negotiations and building consensus among Leaders), working groups and special events are organized throughout the year.
Visit website for G20:
  • Origins of the G20
  • Participants
  • How the G20 works
  • The Finance Track
  • G20 Empower




BEMA International signed on to the joint G20 Civil Society Organizations (CSO) Advocacy Letter . October 22, 2021

As members of BEMA International you advocate and represent full inclusion of communities of color, communities at risk (CAR), marginalized and vulnerable populations.  Inclusion of the ‘whole community’.

You have a voice locally that YOU at your local community level is the start of the change in addressing issues in your community, we have a voice nationally, and globally.  A voice and taking actions not only addressing global health, but the changes and impacts of climate change, disasters\emergency management,  and crisis in our communities.

The COVID-19 crisis has brought our communities together.  Do not stop the momentum.

CDS
Chair\CEO BEMA International

 
Dear Colleagues,
 
Thank you ever so much for signing on to the CSO Advocacy Letter ahead of the G2O Finance and Health Ministers Meeting on October 29, 2021.
 
Please note that the letter has been published on our website, and will be shared on our various social media platforms, we encourage you to kindly share the joint advocacy letter - calling for a coordinated, global response to the pandemic, as we ask world leaders to commit to the following urgent actions

          sEnsure at least 70% of people in every income category in every country are fully vaccinated
             by sharing doses at scale, releasing production slots, and supporting non-exclusive knowledge
             and technology sharing measures; 
 
           sIncrease multi-year financing for the pandemic response and preparedness in
             low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) to match the scale of need;
 
           sReallocation of Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) to support the fight against the 
             pandemic in LMICs;

           sStrengthen global leadership and accountability..


Warm Regards,


Aminata W.

Aminata Wurie | Senior Project Manager, Policy & Advocacy 
                                                   PandemicActionNetwork.org

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Senate Hearing: Small Business Committee on women entrepreneurs. Wednesday, October 27 at 2:30 PM (ET)

 Did you know that Maryland is home to the highest concentration of women-owned businesses in the co‌untry ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ 

October 23, 2021

Dear Fellow Marylanders:

Did you know that our state is home to the highest concentration of women-owned businesses in the country? It is a distinction that fills me with great pride and fuels my work as Chair of the Senate Small Business Committee. So I always look forward to October, because it is National Women’s Small Business Month, during which we recognize the contributions of women-owned small businesses to our local and national economies

This year, National Women’s Small Business Month comes more than 18 months into the COVID-19 pandemic, which has devastated women-owned small businesses. Many are reporting a decline in sales and fear of permanent closure. In 2020, more small businesses closed than any other year on record and, as of May 2021, more than 37% of small businesses have closed, according to research conducted by Opportunity Insights. Throughout the pandemic, women entrepreneurs have been more likely than male owners to report a significant decline in the overall health of their business. Historically, women-owned small businesses lag behind male-owned small companies in three forward-looking measures: investment plans, revenue projections, and staffing expectations.

The COVID-19 pandemic truly has confirmed the key role the federal government has in empowering women entrepreneurs to overcome the pervasive, historic roadblocks that stop them from starting and growing successful businesses. In fact, a recent report issued by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) found that policies enacted by Congress in the bipartisan Economic Aid Act and the American Rescue Plan made distribution of loans under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) more equitable this year than during 2020. For example, while women were underfunded during the first round of PPP administered by the Trump administration, the report found that the share of loans made to women in 2021 under the Biden administration —16 percent—was in line with the percentage of small businesses owned by women, also 16 percent.

This report shows that through thoughtful, targeted efforts, it is possible to bridge the historical gaps that prevent underserved entrepreneurs from starting and growing small businesses.  

Now, as Congress continues to debate President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better Agenda—a once-in-a-generation investment in our families, communities, and small businesses—it is vital that we build on the lessons learned during the pandemic to continue investing in women entrepreneurs.

That is why I am convening a hearing in the Small Business Committee next week, so the Senate can hear from women entrepreneurs, experts, and advocates about how we can unleash the full potential of women-owned small businesses.

I am especially looking forward to hearing the testimony of Dr. Tammira Lucas, founder of The Cube Cowork in Baltimore and cofounder of Moms as Entrepreneurs. She will shed light on the unique barriers that mothers face on the path to business ownership, as well as the tools and resources Congress can create to support them on their entrepreneurship journey.

The economic recovery that lies ahead will be difficult, but it is also an opportunity. With the right investments, Congress can empower women entrepreneurs so they can be an engine of economic growth for communities in Maryland and nationwide. Already, women-owned businesses employ 9.2 million people—only 8 percent of the total private sector workforce. And they generate $1.8 trillion in annual revenue—only 4.3 percent of annual private sector revenue. While these numbers seem small on the surface, they tell a remarkable story about the potential for women owned small businesses: from 2007 to 2018, total employment by women-owned businesses rose 21 percent, while employment for all businesses declined by 0.8 percent.

In other words, women-owned small businesses have been drivers of economic growth in our economy despite the myriad headwinds they face on the path to success. And it’s even more evident for minority women. Between 2007 and 2018, businesses owned by minority women grew by more than 163 percent.

Imagine what our women entrepreneurs could do if there were less obstacles in their way, and if they had more support during their entrepreneurship journey?

To ensure a robust recovery, Congress needs to continue to be deliberate in our efforts to support women entrepreneurs. Through thoughtful policy, Congress can make meaningful changes to empower entrepreneurs, especially women. The years ahead pose a challenge, but they are also full of potential. We simply cannot allow this time to go to waste.

If you are interested in watching the hearing next week on Wednesday, October 27 at 2:30 PM (ET) to hear from Dr. Lucas and our other witnesses, it will be livestreamed here.

Sincerely,

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Ben Cardin

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Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Job Opportunity: California. OPR & SGC are Hiring for Climate Positions! Spread the Word

 The Governor’s Office of Planning and Research (OPR) is hiring four exciting positions to implement key resilience priorities funded through the historic $15 Billion 2021 Climate Budget! These positions will lead important work through the Integrated Climate Adaptation and Resiliency Program (ICARP) at OPR. The California Strategic Growth Council (SGC) is also hiring two positions for the Climate Change Research Program (CCR) to join the interagency Fifth Assessment team. More information and additional open positions can be found on the OPR careers page: Employment Opportunities - Office of Planning and Research (ca.gov). The deadline to apply for the following positions is November 4, 2021.

5th Assessment Program Manager – Final Filing Date:  November 4, 2021.

The Assessment Program Manager will serve as lead staff for the Fifth California Climate Change Assessment and manage a dynamic and matrixed implementation team. This is an exciting opportunity to provide leadership and innovative creativity to ensure the Fifth Assessment is a global model in actionable, partnership-based climate science. We are looking for a candidate with a track record of successful program management, a deep understanding of climate science, a collaborative team and staff management approach, and a commitment to advancing equity in climate science and adaptation policy and practice. This is a senior position on the ICARP team; the position is a limited term appointment through June 2026, with potential for continuation pending funding. Interested applicants can apply through CalHR by November 4.

 
5th Assessment Tribal Research Manager – Final Filing Date:  November 4, 2021.

The Tribal Research Manager will serve as lead staff to advance tribal climate research as an integral component of the Fifth California Climate Change Assessment (Fifth Assessment), with the unique opportunity to work on an interagency research-to-policy process. This position will be instrumental in creating the first-of-its-kind Tribal Climate Research Program as part of a Climate Change Assessment, as well as manage clear processes to ensure tribal knowledge is integrated into every part of the Fifth Assessment. We are looking for a candidate with a track record of successful program management, proven expertise, relationships, and demonstrated success working with and/or for Tribes, and a commitment to advancing equity in climate adaptation policy and practice. This is a senior position on the ICARP team; the position is a limited term appointment through June 2026, with potential for continuation pending funding. Interested applicants can apply through CalHR by November 4.

 

ICARP Adaptation Planning Grant Program Manager – Final Filing Date:  November 4, 2021. 

The ICARP Adaptation Planning Grant Program Manager will lead and manage the development, implementation, and administration of a new adaptation planning grant program. This is an exciting opportunity to build a new adaptation planning grant program that will help fill local, regional, and tribal planning funding needs, provide communities the resources to identify climate resilience priorities, and support the development of a pipeline of climate adaptation projects across the state. We are looking for a candidate with a track record of successful program management, a collaborative team and staff management approach, expertise in planning, and a commitment to advancing equity in climate adaptation policy and practice. This is a senior position on the ICARP team; the position is a limited term appointment through June 30, 2023 based on current budget for the program, with anticipated continuation pending future budget allocations. Interested applicants can apply through CalHR by November 4.

 
ICARP Regional Resilience Grants Program Manager – Final Filing Date:  November 4, 2021. 

The ICARP Regional Resilience Grant Program Manager will lead and manage the development, implementation, and administration of a new and exciting regional resilience program through the Integrated Climate Adaptation and Resiliency Program (ICARP). This is a unique opportunity to build a new program that provides the first-of-its-kind statewide funding to accelerate regional-scale adaptation and resilience action. We are looking for a candidate with a track record of successful program management, a collaborative team and staff management approach, a proven track record of regional-scale coordination and implementation efforts in California, a deep understanding of regional governance structures, and a commitment to advancing equity in climate adaptation policy and practice. This is a senior position on the ICARP team; the position is a limited term appointment through June 30, 2024 based on current budget for the program, with anticipated continuation pending future budget allocations. Interested applicants can apply through CalHR by November 4.

 
CCRP Research Engagement Specialist
Serve as part of an multi-agency team to develop the Fifth California Climate Change Assessment. The research engagement specialist will be instrumental in guiding and facilitating an engagement strategy and communications plan for the program focusing on partnering with external stakeholders to integrate community, NGO, tribal, local government, private sector, and others’ priorities to support innovative research processes that deliver actionable scientific information into the design of Assessment research products. Interested applicants can apply through CalHR by November 4.
 CCRP Research Analyst
Serve as part of an multi-agency team to develop the California Fifth Climate Change Assessment. Under general supervision, the Research Analyst will support the Assessment team in developing the program’s engagement strategies, and implementing outreach efforts, resulting in innovative research processes that deliver actionable scientific information, and advance equitable research processes.  Interested applicants can apply through CalHR by November 4.
 
About the Fifth California Climate Change Assessment – Senate Bill 1320  (Stern, 2020 – PRC, 71340-43) requires the state to implement sustained California Climate Change Assessments. The Fifth Assessment will invest in applied research to advance science-based climate policy, equipping public agencies and private, non-profit, and community-based entities in California with the information they need to identify climate-related risks and equitably and cost-effectively implement adaptation and resilience policy and practice. The Fifth Assessment will integrate meaningful engagement and outreach throughout the entire five-year timeline, as well as advance a first-of-its-kind integration of Tribal knowledge and science into Assessment process and products.



What would you have done? No matter who. The Community Code.

What would be your choice? 

Engagement and participation requires all, every member of the community the ‘whole community’ to always be involved.

Many sit on the sideline. Directing others, but never on the front line.  Arm chair quarterbacks.
                    Part of the problem never actively participating, or part of the solution.

Change without sacrifice is an illusion. 

Help others in your community, even those not in your community.

 



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Monday, October 18, 2021

American Red Cross: Regional Disaster Cycle Services New and Continued Employment Opportunities: 10/18/2021

 



Direct Services Manager (UT & NV Region)

Job Summary: Responsible for leading and managing a primarily volunteer team in addition to paid staff to support and provide Mass Care, Logistics and Recovery program support in an assigned geographic area. The territory is based on the regional configuration.
 
Serves as the lead functional expert in a Red Cross Region for the Mass Care, Logistics, and Recovery functions. Tailoring national program offerings for the Region and communities within the Region, providing technical expertise, training, and leading regional implementation of Mass Care, Logistics and Recovery, this position supports regional employees and volunteers in the disaster territories to build capacity in the local community for the disaster cycle.

Direct Apply Link: 
 
Senior Disaster Program Manager (Lufkin, TX or Spring, TX)

Job Summary: We are currently seeking a Senior Disaster Program Manager (Lufkin, TX or Spring, TX)  to work in our Lufkin, TX or Spring, TX office. This position will work 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday, and some weekends and evenings will be required during times of business need. Travel will also be involved up to 30% to 40% of the time.

Manage the implementation of the disaster services program in an assigned geographic territory based on the regional configuration. Lead and manage a team of local Disaster Program Managers and Supervisors responsible for the implementation of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs in the local area. Plan, direct, and implement department, service or program overall strategic goals and objectives. Ensure the development of Disaster leadership volunteers in each of the program support functional areas of the disaster cycle in order to meet the needs of the territory, region, state and division. Responsible for local preparation, response and recovery management as well as management of government partnerships with assigned territory. Drivers for this work include the number of municipalities within its coverage area, the amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.

 
Disaster Services Manager (Las Vegas, NV) 

Job Summary: We are currently seeking a Disaster Services Manager (Las Vegas, NV) to work in our Las Vegas, NV office. This position will work 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday, and some weekends and evenings will be required during times of business need. Travel will also be involved up to 25% of the time.

Manage the implementation of the disaster services program in an assigned geographic territory based on the regional configuration. Lead and manage a team of local Disaster Program Managers and Supervisors responsible for the implementation of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs in the local area. Plan, direct, and implement department, service or program overall strategic goals and objectives. Ensure the development of Disaster leadership volunteers in each of the program support functional areas of the disaster cycle in order to meet the needs of the territory, region, state and division. Responsible for local preparation, response and recovery management as well as management of government partnerships with assigned territory. Drivers for this work include the number of municipalities within its coverage area, the amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.

 
Disaster Services Supervisor (Springville, UT)

Job Summary: We are currently seeking a Disaster Services Supervisor (Springville, UT) to work in our Springville, UT  office. This position will work 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday, and some weekends and evenings will be required during times of business need. Travel will also be involved up to 25% of the time.

Supervise the implementation of the disaster services program in an assigned geographic territory. Lead and supervise Disaster Program staff and volunteer team responsible for local preparation, response and recovery management as well as management of government partnerships within assigned territory. Implement disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs in the local area. Ensure the development of Disaster leadership volunteers in each of the program support functional areas of the disaster cycle in order to meet the needs of the territory, region, state and division. Drivers for this work include the number of municipalities within its coverage area, the amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.

Direct Apply Link: 
 
Direct Services Manager (Houston, TX)

Job Summary: We are currently seeking a Direct Services Manager (Houston, TX) to work in our Houston, TX office. This position will work 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday, and some weekends and evenings will be required during times of business need. Travel will also be involved up to 30% of the time.

Provide functional expertise to Leadership at a regional level or take full cycle responsibility to provide service delivery programs within a defined geography. Through a trained and engaged volunteer workforce, support local communities by providing services to include but are not limited to: response to recurrent local disasters (house fires, floods, etc.), capacity building for mass care service delivery, participation in the Home Fire Campaign, and direct assistance and recovery services to those impacted by disasters. Develop, guide, lead, and support team of trained volunteers, as well as implement and develop initiatives to increase Red Cross visibility through program/service delivery of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs. Act as a program or service subject matter expert (SME) to staff, management, volunteers and external partners. Specific duties to be assigned at the discretion of the region based on municipalities within coverage area, amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.

Direct Apply Link: 

 
Disaster Services Program Manager (Ogden, UT) 

Job Summary: We are currently seeking a Disaster Services Program Manager (Ogden, UT) to work in our Ogden, UT office. This position will work 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday, and some weekends and evenings will be required during times of business need. Travel will also be involved up to 25% of the time.

Provide functional expertise to Leadership at a regional level or take full cycle responsibility to provide service delivery programs within a defined geography. Through a trained and engaged volunteer workforce, support local communities by providing services to include but are not limited to: response to recurrent local disasters (house fires, floods, etc.), capacity building for mass care service delivery, participation in the Home Fire Campaign, and direct assistance and recovery services to those impacted by disasters. Develop, guide, lead, and support team of trained volunteers, as well as implement and develop initiatives to increase Red Cross visibility through program/service delivery of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs. Act as a program or service subject matter expert (SME) to staff, management, volunteers and external partners. Specific duties to be assigned at the discretion of the region based on municipalities within coverage area, amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.


Disaster Services Supervisor (Las Vegas, NV)

Job Summary: We are currently seeking a Disaster Services Supervisor (Las Vegas, NV) to work in our Las Vegas, NV office. This position will work 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday, and some weekends and evenings will be required during times of business need. Travel will also be involved up to 25% of the time.

Supervise the implementation of the disaster services program in an assigned geographic territory. Lead and supervise Disaster Program staff and volunteer team responsible for local preparation, response and recovery management as well as management of government partnerships within assigned territory. Implement disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs in the local area. Ensure the development of Disaster leadership volunteers in each of the program support functional areas of the disaster cycle in order to meet the needs of the territory, region, state and division. Drivers for this work include the number of municipalities within its coverage area, the amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.

Direct Apply Link:
 
RC46970 Regional Preparedness Manager (Houston, TX)

Job Summary: We are currently seeking a Regional Preparedness Manager (Houston, TX) to work in our Houston, TX office. This position will work 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday, and some weekends and evenings will be required during times of business need. Travel will also be involved up to 30% of the time.

Provide functional expertise to Leadership at a regional level or take full cycle responsibility to provide service delivery programs within a defined geography. Through a trained and engaged volunteer workforce, support local communities by providing services to include but are not limited to: response to recurrent local disasters (house fires, floods, etc.), capacity building for mass care service delivery, participation in the Home Fire Campaign, and direct assistance and recovery services to those impacted by disasters. Develop, guide, lead, and support team of trained volunteers, as well as implement and develop initiatives to increase Red Cross visibility through program/service delivery of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs. Act as a program or service subject matter expert (SME) to staff, management, volunteers and external partners. Specific duties to be assigned at the discretion of the region based on municipalities within coverage area, amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.

Direct Apply Link: 
 
Disaster Program Specialist (Houston, TX)

Job Summary: We are currently seeking a Disaster Program Specialist (Houston, TX) to work in our Houston, TX office. This position will work 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday, and some weekends and evenings will be required during times of business need. Travel will also be involved up to 25% of the time. 

Provide functional support to Disaster Program Manager and Leadership at a regional level or take full cycle responsibility to provide service delivery programs within a defined geography. Support the Disaster Program Manager and volunteer workforce to support local communities by providing services to include but are not limited to: response to recurrent local disasters (house fires, floods, etc.), capacity building for mass care service delivery, participation in the Home Fire Campaign, and direct assistance and recovery services to those impacted by disasters. Develop, guide, and support team of trained volunteers, as well as implement and develop initiatives to increase Red Cross visibility through program/service delivery of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs. Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.

Direct Apply Link: 
 
Disaster Services Program Manager (Victoria, TX)

Job Summary: We are currently seeking a Disaster Services Program Manager (Victoria, TX) to work in our Victoria, TX office. This position will work 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday, and some weekends and evenings will be required during times of business need. Travel will also be involved up to 10% of the time.

Provide functional expertise to Leadership at a regional level or take full cycle responsibility to provide service delivery programs within a defined geography. Through a trained and engaged volunteer workforce, support local communities by providing services to include but are not limited to: response to recurrent local disasters (house fires, floods, etc.), capacity building for mass care service delivery, participation in the Home Fire Campaign, and direct assistance and recovery services to those impacted by disasters. Develop, guide, lead, and support team of trained volunteers, as well as implement and develop initiatives to increase Red Cross visibility through program/service delivery of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs. Act as a program or service subject matter expert (SME) to staff, management, volunteers and external partners. Specific duties to be assigned at the discretion of the region based on municipalities within coverage area, amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.

Direct Apply Link: 
 
Program Manager, Disaster Workforce Engagement (Las Vegas, NV) 

Job Summary: We are currently seeking a Program Manager, Disaster Workforce Engagement (Las Vegas, NV) to work in our Las Vegas, NV office. This position will work 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday, and some weekends and evenings will be required during times of business need. Travel will also be involved up to 25% of the time.

Build, sustain and energize the disaster workforce to create and maintain a foundation of continuous and robust volunteer engagement using established processes and collaborating with Volunteer Services staff. Collaborate with regional function leads to support capacity building of regional and national readiness targets, and capacity to carry out the day to day mission. Implement Disaster Programs, lead remote team building of employees and volunteers, and solicit feedback from end customers during steady state as well as operational response periods. Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.

Direct Apply Link: 
 
Program Specialist, Disaster Services (Las Vegas, NV)

Job Summary: We are currently seeking a Program Specialist, Disaster Services (Las Vegas, NV) to work in our Las Vegas, NV office. This position will work 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday, and some weekends and evenings will be required during times of business need. Travel will also be involved up to 25% of the time.

Provide functional support to Disaster Program Manager and Leadership at a regional level or take full cycle responsibility to provide service delivery programs within a defined geography. Support the Disaster Program Manager and volunteer workforce to support local communities by providing services to include but are not limited to: response to recurrent local disasters (house fires, floods, etc.), capacity building for mass care service delivery, participation in the Home Fire Campaign, and direct assistance and recovery services to those impacted by disasters. Develop, guide, and support team of trained volunteers, as well as implement and develop initiatives to increase Red Cross visibility through program/service delivery of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs. Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.

Direct Apply Link: 

Regional Planning, Readiness, and Situational Awareness Program Support Manager (Baton Rouge or New Orleans) 

Job Summary: We are currently seeking a Regional Planning, Readiness, and Situational Awareness Program Support Manager (Baton Rouge or New Orleans) to work in our Baton Rouge or New Orleans, LA office. This position will work 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday, and some weekends and evenings will be required during times of business need. Travel will also be involved up to 30% of the time.

Provide functional expertise to Leadership at a regional level or take full cycle responsibility to provide service delivery programs within a defined geography. Through a trained and engaged volunteer workforce, support local communities by providing services to include but are not limited to: response to recurrent local disasters (house fires, floods, etc.), capacity building for mass care service delivery, participation in the Home Fire Campaign, and direct assistance and recovery services to those impacted by disasters. Develop, guide, lead, and support team of trained volunteers, as well as implement and develop initiatives to increase Red Cross visibility through program/service delivery of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs. Act as a program or service subject matter expert (SME) to staff, management, volunteers and external partners. Specific duties to be assigned at the discretion of the region based on municipalities within coverage area, amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.

Direct Apply Link: 
 
Disaster Services Supervisor (Flagstaff, AZ)

Job Summary: We are currently seeking a Disaster Services Supervisor (Flagstaff, AZ) to work in our Flagstaff, AZ office. This position will work 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday, and some weekends and evenings will be required during times of business need. Travel will also be involved up to 35% of the time.

Supervise the implementation of the disaster services program in an assigned geographic territory. Lead and supervise Disaster Program staff and volunteer team responsible for local preparation, response and recovery management as well as management of government partnerships within assigned territory. Implement disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs in the local area. Ensure the development of Disaster leadership volunteers in each of the program support functional areas of the disaster cycle in order to meet the needs of the territory, region, state and division. Drivers for this work include the number of municipalities within its coverage area, the amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.

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Disaster Services Preparedness Manager (Salt Lake City, UT)

Job Summary: We are currently seeking a Disaster Services Preparedness Manager (Salt Lake City, UT) to work in our Salt Lake City, UT office. This position will work 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday, and some weekends and evenings will be required during times of business need. Travel will also be involved up to 25% of the time.

Provide functional expertise to Leadership at a regional level or take full cycle responsibility to provide service delivery programs within a defined geography. Through a trained and engaged volunteer workforce, support local communities by providing services to include but are not limited to: response to recurrent local disasters (house fires, floods, etc.), capacity building for mass care service delivery, participation in the Home Fire Campaign, and direct assistance and recovery services to those impacted by disasters. Develop, guide, lead, and support team of trained volunteers, as well as implement and develop initiatives to increase Red Cross visibility through program/service delivery of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs. Act as a program or service subject matter expert (SME) to staff, management, volunteers and external partners. Specific duties to be assigned at the discretion of the region based on municipalities within coverage area, amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.

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Planning, Sheltering & Feeding Manager – Medford, MA
 
Job Summary: The Planning, Sheltering & Feeding Manager will provide functional expertise to Leadership at a regional level to provide service delivery programs in Massachusetts.  Through a trained and engaged volunteer workforce, the Mass Care and Planning Manager will support local communities by providing services to include but are not limited to: response to recurrent local disasters (house fires, floods, etc.), capacity building for mass care service delivery, participation in the Home Fire Campaign, and direct assistance and recovery services to those impacted by disasters.  The Mass Care and Planning Manager will develop, guide, lead, and support a team of trained volunteers, as well as implement and develop initiatives to increase Red Cross visibility through program/service delivery of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs.
 
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Disaster Program Manager – Hawthorne, NY
 
Job Summary: The Disaster Program Manager operates as a part of the Disaster Management Cycle processes. It is responsible for local preparation, response and recovery management as well as management of government partnerships with assigned territory. Drivers for this work include the number of municipalities within its coverage area, the amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. responsible for the implementation of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs in the local area. Ensures the development of Disaster Leadership Volunteers in each of the program support functional areas of the disaster cycle in order to meet the needs of the territory, region, state and division.
 
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Disaster Program Manager – Northern Vermont
 
Job Summary: The Disaster Program Manager operates as a part of the Disaster Management Cycle processes. It is responsible for local preparation, response and recovery management as well as management of government partnerships with assigned territory. Drivers for this work include the number of municipalities within its coverage area, the amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. responsible for the implementation of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs in the local area. Ensures the development of Disaster Leadership Volunteers in each of the program support functional areas of the disaster cycle in order to meet the needs of the territory, region, state and division.
 
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Disaster Recovery Manager – Madison, WI

Job Summary: This position is responsible for the implementation and provision of the disaster recovery program for the Wisconsin Region. The disaster recovery program includes disaster case management and health, mental health and spiritual care services for those recovering from a disaster. Leads and manages a primarily volunteer team.  The Wisconsin Region serves 1,500 to 2,000 households per year with immediate assistance and disaster recovery support. Most of these households are impacted by residential fires but we also help following floods, tornadoes, wildfires and other disasters. This position operates as a part of the Disaster Management Cycle processes. It is responsible for local preparation, response, and recovery management as well as management of government and community partnerships. Ensures the development of Disaster Leadership Volunteers in each of the program support functional areas of the disaster cycle to meet the needs of the region, state, and division.  The Recovery Manager performs these functions according to the guidance provided by the Regional Disaster Officer. This position reports directly to the RDO.  This position works closely with, is supported by, and receives technical guidance from geographic managers and program support functions at the regional level.

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Individual and Community Preparedness – Statewide, Illinois

Job Summary: Provide functional expertise to Leadership at a regional level or take full cycle responsibility to provide service delivery programs within a defined geography.  Through a trained and engaged volunteer workforce, support local communities by providing services to include but are not limited to response to recurrent local disasters (house fires, floods, etc.), capacity building for mass care service delivery, participation in the Home Fire Campaign, and direct assistance and recovery services to those impacted by disasters.  Develop, guide, lead, and support team of trained volunteers, as well as implement and develop initiatives to increase Red Cross visibility through program/service delivery of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs. Act as a program or service subject matter expert (SME) to staff, management, volunteers, and external partners.  Specific duties to be assigned at the discretion of the region based on municipalities within coverage area, amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure.  Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.
 
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Disaster Services Program Manager – Rochester, MN

Job Summary: Provide functional expertise to Leadership at a regional level or take full cycle responsibility to provide service delivery programs within a defined geography.  Through a trained and engaged volunteer workforce, support local communities by providing services to include but are not limited to response to recurrent local disasters (house fires, floods, etc.), capacity building for mass care service delivery, participation in the Home Fire Campaign, and direct assistance and recovery services to those impacted by disasters.  Develop, guide, lead, and support team of trained volunteers, as well as implement and develop initiatives to increase Red Cross visibility through program/service delivery of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs. Act as a program or service subject matter expert (SME) to staff, management, volunteers, and external partners.  Specific duties to be assigned at the discretion of the region based on municipalities within coverage area, amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure.  Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.

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Disaster Services Program Manager (Response/Situational Awareness) – Milwaukee, WI

Job Summary: Supervise the implementation of the disaster services program in an assigned geographic territory. Lead and supervise Disaster Program staff and volunteer team responsible for local preparation, response, and recovery management as well as management of government partnerships within assigned territory.  Implement disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs in the local area. Ensure the development of Disaster leadership volunteers in each of the program support functional areas of the disaster cycle to meet the needs of the territory, region, state, and division.  Drivers for this work include the number of municipalities within its coverage area, the amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure.  Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.
 
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Disaster Program Manager – Evansville, IN

Job Summary: Provide functional expertise to Leadership at a regional level or take full cycle responsibility to provide service delivery programs within a defined geography. Through a trained and engaged volunteer workforce, support local communities by providing services to include but are not limited to response to recurrent local disasters (house fires, floods, etc.), capacity building for mass care service delivery, participation in the Home Fire Campaign, and direct assistance and recovery services to those impacted by disasters. Develop, guide, lead, and support team of trained volunteers, as well as implement and develop initiatives to increase Red Cross visibility through program/service delivery of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs. Act as a program or service subject matter expert (SME) to staff, management, volunteers, and external partners. Specific duties to be assigned at the discretion of the region based on municipalities within coverage area, amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.

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Disaster Program Manager – South Bend, IN

Job Summary: Provide functional expertise to Leadership at a regional level or take full cycle responsibility to provide service delivery programs within a defined geography. Through a trained and engaged volunteer workforce, support local communities by providing services to include but are not limited to response to recurrent local disasters (house fires, floods, etc.), capacity building for mass care service delivery, participation in the Home Fire Campaign, and direct assistance and recovery services to those impacted by disasters. Develop, guide, lead, and support team of trained volunteers, as well as implement and develop initiatives to increase Red Cross visibility through program/service delivery of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs. Act as a program or service subject matter expert (SME) to staff, management, volunteers, and external partners. Specific duties to be assigned at the discretion of the region based on municipalities within coverage area, amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.

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Disaster Program Specialist – Evansville, IN

Job Summary: The Disaster Program Specialist is responsible for the implementation of the disaster services program in an assigned geographic territory.  The territory is based on the regional configuration.  Leads and manages a primarily volunteer team responsible for the implementation of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs in the local area.  Ensures the development of Disaster Leadership Volunteers in each of the program support functional areas of the disaster cycle to meet the needs of the territory, region, state, and division. Operates as a part of the Disaster Management Cycle processes.  Responsible for local preparation, response, and recovery management as well as management of government partnerships with assigned territory.  Drivers for this work include the number of municipalities within its coverage area, the amount and complexity of program activity,  presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. Performs these functions according to the guidance provided by the Disaster Program Manager; team leadership is provided by the Disaster Program Manager. This position reports directly to the Disaster Program Manager and may have a dotted line to Community Exec (s) in the territory they cover. This position may have dotted line supervision to program support functions within the Region and/or may also serve as a program support function lead within the Region. This position works closely with,  is supported by, and receives technical guidance from program support functions at the regional level.

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Direct Services Manager  – Oakland, San Francisco, CA
 
Job Summary: Responsible for leading and managing a primarily volunteer team to support and provide Mass Care, Logistics, Disaster Action Team (DAT), and Recovery program support across a large, regional geographic area.  Serves as the lead functional expert in a Red Cross Region for the Mass Care, Logistics, and Disaster Action Team, and Recovery functions. Tailoring national program offerings for the Region and communities within the Region, providing technical expertise, training, and leading regional implementation of Mass Care, Logistics, DAT, and Recovery, this position supports regional employees and volunteer leaders in the disaster territories to build capacity in the local community for the disaster cycle.
 
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Sr. Disaster Program Manager – Sacramento, CA
 
Job Summary: This position is responsible for the implementation of the disaster services program in an assigned geographic territory. The territory is based on the regional configuration. Leads and manages a team of local Disaster Program Managers responsible for the implementation of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs in the local area. Plans, directs, and implements department, service or program overall strategic goals and objectives. Ensures the development of Disaster Leadership Volunteers in each of the program support functional areas of the disaster cycle in order to meet the needs of the territory, region, state and division. This position operates as a part of the Disaster Management Cycle processes. It is responsible for local preparation, response and recovery management as well as management of government partnerships with assigned territory. Drivers for this work include the number of municipalities within its coverage area, the amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. The Sr Disaster Program Manager performs these functions according to the guidance provided by the Regional Disaster and Program Officer; team leadership is provided by the RDPO. This position reports directly to the RDPO; and may have a dotted line to Community Exec (s) in the territory they cover. This position may have dotted line supervision to program support functions within the Region and/or may also serve as a program support function lead within the Region. This position works closely with, is supported by and receives technical guidance from program support functions at the regional level.
 
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Disaster Program Manager – Redding, CA
 
Job Summary: The Disaster Program Manager (DPM) is responsible for either providing functional expertise to the Regional Disaster Officer and Volunteer Leadership at a regional level or taking full cycle responsibility to provide service delivery programs within a defined geography under the supervision and authority of a Senior. DPM or Regional Disaster Officer. To accomplish this, the DPM will be responsible for the development and leadership of volunteers, as well as implementing and developing initiatives to increase Red Cross visibility through program/service delivery. Acts as a program or service subject matter expert (SME) to staff, management, volunteers and external partners.
 
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Sr. Disaster Program Manager – Sacramento, CA
 
Job Summary: This position is responsible for the implementation of the disaster services program in an assigned geographic territory.  The territory is based on the regional configuration.  Leads and manages a team of local Disaster Program Managers responsible for the implementation of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs in the local area.  Plans, directs, and implements department, service or program overall strategic goals and objectives. Ensures the development of Disaster Leadership Volunteers in each of the program support functional areas of the disaster cycle in order to meet the needs of the territory, region, state and division. 
 
This position operates as a part of the Disaster Management Cycle processes.    It is responsible for local preparation, response  and recovery management as well as management of government partnerships with assigned territory.  Drivers for this work include the number of municipalities within its coverage area, the amount and complexity of program activity,  presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. 
 
 
Disaster Program Manager – Medford, OR
 
Job Summary: The Disaster Program Manager (DPM) is responsible for either providing functional expertise to the Regional Disaster Officer and Volunteer Leadership at a regional level or taking full cycle responsibility to provide service delivery programs within a defined geography under the supervision and authority of a Senior. DPM or Regional Disaster Officer. To accomplish this, the DPM will be responsible for the development and leadership of volunteers, as well as implementing and developing initiatives to increase Red Cross visibility through program/service delivery. Acts as a program or service subject matter expert (SME) to staff, management, volunteers and external partners.
 
 
Supervisor, Disaster Services – Tacoma, WA 

Job Summary: Supervise the implementation of the disaster services program in an assigned geographic territory. Lead and supervise Disaster Program staff and volunteer team responsible for local preparation, response and recovery management as well as management of government partnerships within assigned territory.  Implement disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs in the local area. Ensure the development of Disaster leadership volunteers in each of the program support functional areas of the disaster cycle in order to meet the needs of the territory, region, state and division.  Drivers for this work include the number of municipalities within its coverage area, the amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure.  Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.
 
Perform all duties and responsibilities in compliance with standard operating procedures and other applicable Federal, State and local regulations.
 
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Regional Disaster Program Officer – Anchorage, AK
 
Job Summary: The RDPO is responsible for the implementation of the disaster services program throughout the region in alignment with established metrics.  All disaster positions in a region have a solid line reporting relationship to the RDPO.  The RDPO will also ensure that employees and volunteers within a region are assigned specific “relationship management” responsibilities with key emergency management staff, non-governmental organizations and corporate/organizations supporting disaster services (i.e., account management).  Serves during times of disaster in an operational leadership role for any scale of disaster.  Participates in a leadership role on smaller operations regionally, division or nationwide.

This position operates as a part of the Disaster Management Cycle processes.  It is responsible for government partnerships, measurement and evaluation, information provision, preparation, and response management.  Drivers for this work include the number of municipalities within its coverage area, the amount and complexity of program activity,  presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure.

The Regional Disaster Program Officer performs these functions according to the direction provided by the Division Disaster Executive (DDE) and Regional Chapter Executive (RCE); team leadership is provided by the DDE. This position reports directly to the RCE; dotted line to DDE and receives personnel development from both.
 
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Disaster Program Manager – Bend, OR
 
Job Summary: The Disaster Program Manager will provide functional expertise to Leadership at a regional level or take full cycle responsibility to provide service delivery programs within a defined geography. Through a trained and engaged volunteer workforce, support local communities by providing services to include but are not limited to: response to recurrent local disasters (house fires, floods, etc.), capacity building for mass care service delivery, participation in the Home Fire Campaign, and direct assistance and recovery services to those impacted by disasters. Develop, guide, lead, and support team of trained volunteers, as well as implement and develop initiatives to increase Red Cross visibility through program/service delivery of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs. Act as a program or service subject matter expert (SME) to staff, management, volunteers and external partners. Specific duties to be assigned at the discretion of the region based on municipalities within coverage area, amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.

Perform all duties and responsibilities in compliance with standard operating procedures and other applicable Federal, State and local regulations.
 
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Disaster Program Manager-Logistics – San Diego, CA 
 
Job Summary: The Disaster Program Manager will provide functional expertise to Leadership at a regional level or take full cycle responsibility to provide service delivery programs within a defined geography. Through a trained and engaged volunteer workforce, support local communities by providing services to include but are not limited to: response to recurrent local disasters (house fires, floods, etc.), capacity building for mass care service delivery, participation in the Home Fire Campaign, and direct assistance and recovery services to those impacted by disasters. Develop, guide, lead, and support team of trained volunteers, as well as implement and develop initiatives to increase Red Cross visibility through program/service delivery of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs. Act as a program or service subject matter expert (SME) to staff, management, volunteers and external partners. Specific duties to be assigned at the discretion of the region based on municipalities within coverage area, amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.

Perform all duties and responsibilities in compliance with standard operating procedures and other applicable Federal, State and local regulations.
 
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Regional Disaster Preparedness Manager – Seattle, WA
 
Job Summary: The Regional Disaster Preparedness Manager will supervise the implementation of the disaster services program in an assigned geographic territory. Lead and supervise Disaster Program staff and volunteer team responsible for local preparation, response and recovery management as well as management of government partnerships within assigned territory.  Implement disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs in the local area. Ensure the development of Disaster leadership volunteers in each of the program support functional areas of the disaster cycle in order to meet the needs of the territory, region, state and division.  Drivers for this work include the number of municipalities within its coverage area, the amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure.  Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.
 
Perform all duties and responsibilities in compliance with standard operating procedures and other applicable Federal, State and local regulations.
 
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Program Specialist, Disaster Services – Portland, OR
 
Job Summary: The Disaster Program Specialist (DPS) is responsible for either providing functional expertise to the Disaster Program Manager (DPM) and Volunteer Leadership at a territory or regional level, or, taking full cycle responsibility to provide service delivery programs within a subset of the Disaster Program Managers assigned geography and under the supervision and authority of the DPM. The DPS will accomplish this responsibility largely through the support, development and operational guidance of a team of trained volunteer leaders, volunteers and partners, as well as participate in the implementation and development of initiatives to increase Red Cross visibility through program/service delivery.
 
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Program Manager, Disaster Services – Fairbanks, AK
 
Job Summary: The Disaster Program Manager will provide functional expertise to Leadership at a regional level or take full cycle responsibility to provide service delivery programs within a defined geography. Through a trained and engaged volunteer workforce, support local communities by providing services to include but are not limited to: response to recurrent local disasters (house fires, floods, etc.), capacity building for mass care service delivery, participation in the Home Fire Campaign, and direct assistance and recovery services to those impacted by disasters. Develop, guide, lead, and support team of trained volunteers, as well as implement and develop initiatives to increase Red Cross visibility through program/service delivery of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery programs. Act as a program or service subject matter expert (SME) to staff, management, volunteers and external partners. Specific duties to be assigned at the discretion of the region based on municipalities within coverage area, amount and complexity of program activity, presence of significant grant funding, geography, risk, population, frequency of events, and regional structure. Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers.

Perform all duties and responsibilities in compliance with standard operating procedures and other applicable Federal, State and local regulations.
 
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