About CGH Global: CGH Global Emergency Management Strategies (CGH Global) is a leading, global provider of Emergency Management, First Responders and Public Safety solutions. Drawing on over 75 years of first-hand experience CGH provides emergency management, fire protection, and emergency medical services to our public and private clients. Across our full suite of core competencies, we deliver scalable, end-to-end solutions tailored to our clients’ specific requirements, challenges and goals.
Overview: CGH Global is seeking a qualified candidate to be key personnel to join our team in New Mexico at the Kirtland Air Force Base. Position will require a letter of commitment for candidate to join our team in a full-time capacity and serve as the Contractor Readiness & Emergency Management Manager (CREMM). KAFB is located in Albuquerque, New Mexico (NM).
**This position is contingent upon contract award**
Job Summary: Contractor Readiness and Emergency Management Manager (CREMM)
The CREMM will provide and manage a single integrated Emergency Management (EM) program addressing the full spectrum of physical risks, threats and passive defensive measures. Essential functions of the CREMM include:
- Emergency management, contingency planning, and continuity of operation engagements for various situations.
- Preparing wartime and contingency response plans; developing disaster preparedness plans, including measures to minimize casualties and damage
- Managing unit and staff agency disaster preparedness program. Providing unit and staff agency assistance to ensure disaster preparedness planning and training have been accomplished, and disaster preparedness directives are being followed.
- Coordinating actions to ensure prompt response during disaster operations, including immediate mobilization of all resources and participation of all agencies and organizations.
- Conducting disaster preparedness and hazardous material emergency response training.
- Understanding and applying local, state, and federal Emergency Preparedness rules, regulations, activities, and tracking. Prepares, maintains, and monitors Civil Engineer (CE) operations plans and supporting documents for mobility, response, and recovery operations
- Preparing, reviewing and providing input to installation contingency plans. Monitors air base operability, hazardous materials emergency response, and disaster preparedness programs, and conducts and schedules associated training.
- Managing, scheduling, and conducting training on readiness activities and survival measures for disasters and contingencies.
- Documenting and evaluating complex emergency response exercises and Emergency Operations Center activation drills.
- Providing briefings as well as training and educational materials.
Qualified Candidate will have:
- Complete and thorough understanding of:
- Applicable directives relating to Emergency Management such as Homeland Security Presidential Directives (HSPDs) related to emergency management and the National Incident Management System (NIMS).
- Applicable Federal, DOD State, and Local laws, regulations, and guidelines issued by DHS, DOD, FEMA, EPA, OSHA.
- Certification as an instructor IAW AFI 10-2501 and AFMAN 62-1007 will be required to perform any EM training
- The ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing using various formats, styles, and methods. Must speak fluent English.
- Ability to analyze and resolve issues.
- Ability to brief large groups of military and civilian personnel.
- A BA/S from an accredited institution in Quality Control Processes is required in addition to a minimum of five (5+) years’ experience as a Quality Control manager developing, performing, managing, and supervising quality control programs and operations of similar size and complexity
- Proficient in Microsoft Office software suite - Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access, Project
Minimum Qualifications for consideration by CGH Global:
The CREMM shall be either certified by the Air Force Emergency Manager Technical Training granting the 3E9 skill set identifier with at least 10 years’ experience as an emergency manager - or have 10 years of experience as an Air Force first responder/emergency responder in a fire department, police department, or medical response field; or a combination of the above requirements.
The CREMM will have completed the training specified in AFI 10-2501 for the Readiness and Emergency Management Officer/Chief and shall have the Nuclear Weapons Incident Response Training, Domestic Base (NWIRT) course taught by the Defense Nuclear Weapons School or, if not previously qualified, complete these requirements within six months from date of hire.
SECURITY CLEARANCE REQUIRED: Candidate must be able to obtain a security clearance at the Secret level, however candidates who currently hold an active Secret clearance are highly encouraged to apply. US Citizenship is a requirement for Secret clearance at this location. Applicants may be subject to a pre-employment drug & alcohol screening and/or random drug screen, and must follow UIC’s Non-DOT Drug & Alcohol Testing Program requirements.