EMA Deputy Director

The Job Holder
Cumming, GA, USA
Aug 19, 2019

Client Name

Forsyth County

Requirements

 

Employment Summary 

 

Screens and keeps up EMA frameworks including the alarm framework and crisis activities interchanges; guarantees frameworks are in full working condition and in a condition of preparation, and distinguishes the requirement for the fix or potentially substitution. 

Manages, coordinates, and assesses doled out staff, preparing worker concerns and issues, coordinating work, guiding, training and finishing representative execution examinations. 

Helps with the advancement, update and execution of plans, approaches, and projects to improve Forsyth's capacity to relieve, react, and recuperate from all crises and calamities; facilitates exercises with schools, clinics, volunteer associations, nearby industry, local gatherings, and other neighborhood wards including arrangement, reaction and recuperation from characteristic or man-made catastrophes or different crises. 

Fills in as the County's Emergency Management Deputy Director; creates and oversees complete Homeland Security and Emergency Management plans; defines creates and actualizes Homeland Security and EMA approaches and methods; screens execution of related principles and guidelines; and updates rules as per the government, state or neighborhood enactment. 

Gets ready EMA spending recommendations; screens endorsed spending plans, subsidizing levels and consumptions; gets ready or potentially surveys reports and records of EMA reports and records of EMA money related exercises; gets ready and submits award proposition and applications; manages granted awards; screens award supported projects and guarantees consistency with award prerequisites; regulates award budgetary responsibility; and gets ready and submits required award reports. 

Sets up, keeps up, and initiates crisis interchanges and cautioning frameworks and gadgets to alarm people in general of crisis circumstances; screens and tests cautioning units put in schools, emergency clinics, nursing homes, and childcare offices. 

Plans and directs school, province, as well as multi-organization crisis activities to assess arranging and readiness; facilitates crisis the board preparing through Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA). 

Has the full specialist to accept such activities as are important to guarantee all parts of Emergency Management are taken care of in an expert way when the EMA Director is inaccessible to do as such. 

 

 

Extra FUNCTIONS 

 

This order is assigned as a wellbeing delicate position which is liable to arbitrary medication and liquor testing and some other medication testing techniques as expressed in strategies received by Forsyth County concerning medication and liquor. 

 

 

Least Qualifications 

 

Four-year college education in Emergency Management, Business Management, Public Administrations or firmly related field enhanced by the crisis the board and fiasco reaction preparing and five years of crisis the executive's experience; or any comparable mix of instruction, preparing, and experience which gives the essential information, aptitudes, and capacities for this activity. 

 

 

Advantages PROVIDED BY FORSYTH COUNTY TO FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES: 

 

Individual Leave Accrual 

 

Individual leave will be accumulated as pursues: 

 

  • 0 – 1 Year - 12 days out of every year - 3.68 hours per payroll interval 
  • 1 - 4 Years - 20 days out of every year - 6.16 hours per payroll interval 
  • 5 - 14 Years - 25 days out of every year - 7.70 hours per payroll interval 
  • 15+Years - 30 days out of every year - 9.24 hours per payroll interval 

 

 

Watched Holidays 

 

New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veteran's Day, Thanksgiving (2), and Christmas (2). 

 

 

Therapeutic Insurance 

 

  • The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners offers representatives a decision of two therapeutic plans offered by Aetna and an arrangement offered by Kaiser Permanente. 
  • Aetna Choice POS II - $2000 Individual Deductible (Basic Plan) 
  • Aetna Choice POS II - $1000 Individual Deductible (Plus Plan) 
  • Kaiser Permanente HMO-$0 Individual Deductible 
  • Dental Insurance 
  • The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners offers two dental plans from Guardian Dental: 
  • Base $1,000 Plan 
  • Purchase Up $1,500 Plan 

 

 

Vision Insurance 

 

  • The vision plan offered by Forsyth County Board of Commissioners is controlled by EyeMed and will offer office visit copays for tests, just as copays for focal points, edges, and contacts. 
  • Fundamental Life and AD&D Insurance 
  • The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners perceives the significance of fundamental extra security for the majority of its workers. The Board gives term disaster protection and unintentional demise and dissection (AD&D) assurance for each full-time representative. This is a County-paid advantage. 
  • Incapacity Insurance – Short Term and Long Term 
  • 100% paid by Forsyth County. Qualification starts the date of the contract. 
  • Momentary Disability – 60% of week by week profit to a limit of $1,000.00 per week. Qualification starts 14 days after a mishap or ailment and has an advantage time of 24 weeks. 
  • Long haul Disability – 60% of month to month profit to a limit of $5,000.00 per month. Qualification starts at 26 weeks to organize with the part of the arrangement advantages and proceeds with two years (Own Occupation). 

 

 

Extra Life Insurance and AD&D 

 

  • Rates shift dependent on the measure of inclusion chose. Extra life coverage might be obtained for representative, life partner, and kids. 
  • Retirement Plan (401K) 
  • Completely vested at five years of business – 20% graduated vesting every year. Qualified to start commitments quickly upon contract. 
  • 6 mos to 3 yrs – County matches 100% of a maximum 5% of worker net commitments 
  • 3 yrs to 10 yrs – County contributes 5% of base compensation and County matches 100% of a maximum of 5% of gross worker commitments 
  • More than 10 yrs – County contributes 5% base and County matches 100% of a maximum of 5% of gross worker commitments and County matches half of next 5% of gross representative commitments