Managerial Grade A (Emergency Management)

  • Full Time
  • New York, United States, 10004 View on Map
  • @Qrishi Network Inc posted 2 months ago
  • Posted : May 14, 2022 -Accepting applications
  • Salary: $60.00 - $65.00 / Hourly
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Job Detail

  • Qualification Degree Bachelor
  • Working Hours 9 am - 5 pm
  • Gender No Gender Restriction
  • Experience 10 years

Job Description

We are looking for Managerial Grade A (Emergency Management )

1. Qualifications Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Risk Management, Business, Emergency Management, Operations, or other related fields

2. Experience Requirements:

Min. ten (10) years of accomplished experience in emergency management prevention, mitigation, and preparedness, working in complex operational organization. Experience leading and managing in a manner that drives performance and results to include a min. of five (5) years managing a team.  Certification in the field of Safety or Safety Management System (e.g., Transportation Safety Institute), Emergency Management (e.g., IAEM) or other field related to Prevention and Mitigation  Knowledge of transit and rail operations and relevant organizational risk management and emergency management principles, risks and strategies in a transit or transportation operating environment  Experience coordinating with other agencies and external stakeholders.  Strong written, verbal and interpersonal skills.  Experience with ICS operations, NY Responds Incident Management System, NYS EOC and ESF

3. Special Skills/Training Requirements:

Excellent written and oral communication skills to properly represent agency and to present various mitigation strategies and solutions.  Ability to manage multiple strategic and operational partnerships, not only internally with the agency’s executive and senior management teams, but also externally with local and regional agencies  Extensive technical knowledge and applied experience of emergency management preparedness, prevention and mitigation in a complex operational organization, is able to envision and deliver organizational change, and is highly skilled as a leader, manager and administrator to manage a wide range of complex programs with a proven record of delivering results on time, within budget, and in collaboration with others  The ability to assume responsibility and exercise sound judgement.  Knowledge of Microsoft 365 Applications including SharePoint, Word, Excel

4. Description of Work:

Accountable for the scope, delivery and continuous improvement of agency’s emergency preparedness, prevention and mitigation functions, including the policies, procedures, programs, systems and other elements necessary to increase safety and reduce risk across the agency; responsible for coordinating the reduction in the likelihood and severity of risk associated with emergency incidents .  Responsible for meeting federal, regional and local regulations and obligations regarding emergency management preparedness, prevention and mitigation. This occurs in close coordination with other OEM teams.  Leads, manages and directs the Office of Emergency Preparedness Prevention and Mitigation team by setting expectations, standards and a strong culture, setting the team’s strategic objectives and work plan, recruiting and training specialist personnel, maintaining a highly functional and professional administrative system, and performing all supervisory and performance management duties.  Tracks and reviews the quality, effectiveness, impact and compliance of the preparedness, prevention and mitigation activities and other functions delivered by the team, seeking to continually improve and refine all team activities to reach or surpass global emergency preparedness best practices; leads OEM’s system to manage regulatory oversight and audit findings, recommendations, Corrective Action Plans and related activities.  Manages and cultivates multiple strategic and operational partnerships, not only internally with agency’s senior management teams (across all functions including construction, transit, bus and administration), but also externally with local and regional agencies as necessary. Represents agency on internal and external emergency preparedness activities, committees, task forces, teams, and meetings.  Acts as a member of an on-call 24/7/365 leadership team to provide technical support, coordination, oversight, and specialist advice in response to all types of incidents as deemed necessary.  Supports, and as needed acts in the absence of the SVP, Delivery Office to provide visionary leadership, strategic direction, and operational management to effectively address agency’s goals for a comprehensive emergency preparedness an crisis management strategy that satisfies the highest standards, international best practices, and the business needs of the agency

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