Manager, Emergency and Safety Operations - Main Campus - Baytown, TX
Response and Recovery Coordinator - City of Garland - Garland, TX
Disability Community Emergency Preparedness Manager - City of Houston - Houston, TX
Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator - Travis County - Austin, TX
Faculty, Emergency Medical Services Professions - Lone Star College - The Woodlands, TX
Emergency Management Specialist - San Patricio County - Sinton, TX
San Patricio County Emergency Management & Safety is seeking someone to fill the position of Emergency Management Specialist. This is a great opportunity for a recent grad or someone fairly new in the field. Our county is coastal, about 70,000 in population, and growing quickly. We administer a multi-jurisdictional program with the county and 10 cities. This is an opportunity to hone skills and learn along side a great regional community of emergency managers. Our office is very active in training, exercise, grants, mitigation projects, LEPC, CERT/MRC, and much more. Application and full description can be found at www.co.san-patricio.tx.us and completed applications can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. Pay Scale is $38,346 - $57,519
Workforce Skills Instructor, Emergency Management - Mission of Lone Star College (LSC) - Houston, TX
It is the responsibility of the WSI Instructors to provide the learning activities and support that will lead to the achievement of the course objectives and contribute to the educational environment of the department, college, and the community. The Instructor member's role encompasses the general areas of learning facilitation and, when not instructing, may include taking part in curriculum development, development and growth of the department, professional development, and institutional service. Primary responsibilities are to plan, develop and teach courses within the curriculum in a manner that facilitates student learning.
Emergency Management Coordinator - University of Texas at Dallas - Richardson, TX
Under the guidance of the Emergency Management Director, the Emergency Management Coordinator will support the development and maintenance of the University of Texas at Dallas Office of Emergency Management and Continuity Planning program. The position requires significant contact and coordination with internal faculty, staff, and students as well as external partners at the local, county, state, and federal level.
Chief of Emergency Services - Dallas County, TX
Dallas County seeks an experienced, outgoing, and service-oriented candidate to serve as its new Chief of Emergency Services. The successful candidate will be a highly ethical, politically astute individual who will foster a culture of accountability and transparency in the department. Ideally, the selected Chief will have experience as an emergency management coordinator or director or a deputy director of a county or other governmental entity with a population of at least 250,000.
Director, Emergency Management & Business Continuity: ($7,010.33 per month) (Résumé and Cover Letter Required) Job Code: IRC41037
Department: Risk Management
Emergency Management Coordinator, Baytown, TX
Are you a crisis fighter? The City of Baytown is looking for its next leader to work side-by-side with the men and women in uniform to plan and lead the responses to natural disasters and other emergencies. Come be part of something big and impactful in this growing gulf community.
For more information or to apply online – https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/baytowntx/.
Credit Human - Emergency Planning, Operations and Response Manager, San Antonio, TX
The Emergency Planning, Operations and Response Manager is responsible for validating appropriate responses to said emergencies, ensuring criteria exist to distinguish between those levels and that all responders are aware of their obligations under the plans. As part of a continuous improvement program, the job incumbent is accountable for administrating the ongoing business continuity planning (BCP) efforts by all business units while orchestrating reviews of how well plans undertaken are executed in response to emergencies as well as initiating lessons learned summaries with recommended changes.
For more information or to apply online – https://recruiting.ultipro.com/CRE1014CHFCU/JobBoard/8dbd57af-a243-40f8-8e98-b9325d35338b/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=f2ef06aa-ce1b-4637-89bd-c1e6e5b7920f.
Director of Emergency Management, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
The Broward County Board of County Commissioners is seeking qualified candidates for Director of Emergency Management.
Emergency Management Coordinator, City of Schertz, Texas
The Emergency Management Coordinator coordinates and supervises emergency management and homeland security operations during natural or man-made emergencies and disasters, pandemics and acts of terrorism, coordinates services and staff of the City of Schertz Office of Emergency Management (OEM); manages the development and maintenance of the integrated plans for emergency preparedness programs; coordinates and conducts training and training exercises to develop coordinated responses to disasters and civil emergencies.
Emergency Management Specialist, City of Irving, Texas
Duties include assisting in the development, implementation, coordination and maintenance of a comprehensive emergency management program addressing preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation initiatives; acting as liaison with city, county, federal agencies, and other essential organizations in performing a variety of functions in the development and implementation of Emergency Management and Homeland Security objectives; participation in special event planning and coordination for large city events across multiple departments, stakeholders and organizations; assisting in preparing and presenting public awareness programs to the public, civic groups, businesses, medical facilities and schools; and providing administrative and technical support in the continued development and maintenance of the emergency management program. A Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent, with a major in emergency planning, public administration, or a closely related field; and three years of emergency management experience in a local, state, federal, non-profit agency or private sector business, are required. Must be available for 24-hour on-call response; have knowledge of emergency management planning processes, laws and local government operations; and have, or obtain within three months from date of hire, certificate of completion for National Incident Management System (NIMS) training (IS-100, IS-200, IS-800.B and IS?700.A) from the Department of Homeland Security (FEMA). Must have a good driving record and have, or be able to obtain, a Texas Class C driver’s license. All applicants will be subject to a criminal history check. A conviction for Class B misdemeanor and above is disqualifying. A résumé must be submitted with application. $61,224.00 - $86,316.00 Annually
Faculty, Emergency Management, Bachelor's Degree, LSC-North Harris, Houston, Texas
It is the responsibility of the teaching faculty to provide the learning activities and support that will lead to the achievement of the course objectives and contribute to the educational environment of the college and the community. The faculty member's role encompasses the general areas of learning facilitation, professional development, and institutional service. Primary responsibilities are to plan, develop and teach courses within the curriculum in a manner that facilitates student learning. This position also directs all instructional & curricular aspects of the Bachelor of Applied Science in Emergency Management (BAS-EM) Program.
Emergency Management Specialist position, City of Leander, Texas
The purpose of this position is to accomplish a wide variety of duties associated with the City’s preparation for, response to, and recovery from major emergency situations. Reports to - Emergency Management Coordinator – Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, Fire Department
Emergency Comms & Manager Superintendent, Regular Full-Time TMRS, Lancaster, TX
Emergency Communications & Management Superintendent is responsible for planning and coordinating equipment utilization; overseeing the division’s budget; playing a mission-critical role in supporting the overall strategy and operational deployments of emergency resources both in the day to day operations and during times of natural and man-made disaster. The Emergency Management Superintendent is responsible for the coordination of the Emergency Management Plan in the City of Lancaster in cooperation with the Regional Emergency Management Operations Coordinator as well as providing management support for the city’s Emergency Communications Department though the Dispatch Manager.
Contact: Bruce Taylor
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Emergency Management Coordinator, Sugar Land, TX
Full Time-$44.46 - $53.89 Hourly, $3,556.80 - $4,311.20 Biweekly, $92,476.80 - $112,091.20 Annually
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Emergency Management Coordinator, Bell County, TX
This position works under administrative supervision, developing and implementing programs within organizational policies and reports major activities to executive level administrators through conferences and reports
Interested individuals can apply online – https://bellcounty.applicantpool.com/jobs/.
The Emergency Management Association of Texas is dedicated to the advancement of the field of emergency management both statewide and nationally. To that end, EMAT engages in an array of efforts to advance a statewide emergency management agenda and to promote the professional growth of the emergency management practitioner.