Project: This project will update the Alaska Response Plan which is an annex to the Regional All Hazards Plan (AHP).
Place of Performance: FEMA Region X office at 130 228th Street SW, Bothell, Washington, 98021
Period of Performance: The project will likely start in late May or June 2019. The period of performance will be one year (12 months).
Travel: This project will include multiple funded trips to Alaska.
Project Description: This project will provide readiness planning, technical assistance, and project management services to support the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Response Directorate and Region X in operational readiness planning for the development of a Coordinated FEMA Region X Alaska All Hazards Plan.
Duties and Responsibilities: The Senior Planner shall have expert knowledge in the field of emergency management with particular expertise in deliberate disaster planning. The individual shall have a documented work history demonstrating success at ever increasing levels of responsibility, project complexity in the areas of disaster response planning, including supervisory and team leadership positions; and, familiarity with the management of government contracts. The individual shall have a comprehensive understanding of emergency management response programs and FEMA’s role in coordinating the federal response to support State and local partners. The Senior Planner shall ensure close coordination between their respective staffs to optimize performance and cross-functional expertise; coordinate performance, measurement and reporting; and, minimize cost expenditures.
Minimum/General Experience: Position requires 5 years of increasing supervisory experience. Each Senior Planner shall have a minimum of 10 years of emergency management experience. The position requires demonstrated expertise in the field of deliberate planning with particular expertise in emergency response planning. The individual(s) must have a documented work history demonstrating success at increasing levels of responsibility, project complexity in the area of deliberate disaster response planning, including supervisory and team leadership positions. The individual shall have a comprehensive understanding of emergency management response programs and FEMA’s role in coordinating the federal response to support State and local partners, good critical thinking and writing skills and the ability to facilitate complex discussions with stakeholders. Recognizing that effective project management is an integral part of the evaluation of quality, the overall evaluation of quality will include factors such as the managerial capability, prior experience and the individual qualification of the Senior Planner.
Minimum Education: BS/BA. FEMA ICS and NIMS courses.
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