• Emergency Manager

    Job Locations US-NM-Jemez Pueblo
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(7/2/2018 11:34 AM)
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Protective Services
  • Overview

    Responsible for assisting with the coordination, oversight and administration of the Pueblo’s Emergency Management Program; performs program development, evaluation, and compliance review; coordinates, develops, and maintains, emergency management plans, including the Pueblo of Jemez Emergency Operations Plan, develop a Continuity of Operations Plan, and Emergency Action Plans.


    • Completes all steps and trainings identified for the Pueblo of Jemez Personnel, Programs, and Departments to become National Incident Management System (NIMS) compliant to include revision of the current Pueblo of Jemez Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) and Resource Guide to be in line with the State of New Mexico Crosswalk, accepted by NMDHSEM and resolution through Pueblo of Jemez Tribal Council.
    • Provides collaboration with all POJ Programs/Departments in the planning, development, implementation, analysis and documentation of emergency preparedness projects; reviews and analyzes operations, prepares reports of findings, and makes recommendations including, justification for procedural or policy changes; conducts emergency preparedness workshops, training, sessions, public awareness activities, table top exercises, full scale exercise that pertain to the Pueblo of Jemez; provides planning and management support before, during, and after an incident or event; develops and facilitates emergency preparedness training.
    • Completes required CRI (Cities Readiness Initiative) plans and attend CRI meetings as needed and required in the CRI contract with the State of New Mexico, and the Center for Disease Control; coordinates efforts with all agencies involved in the planning, exercising and response to CRI incidents.
    • Acts as a Liaison with the New Mexico Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, State of New Mexico Department of Health Emergency Management, Federal Emergency Management Association, Sandoval County Emergency Management, all other Tribes and Jurisdictions in Sandoval County, the State of New Mexico, and all Pueblo of Jemez Programs and Departments.
    • Completes Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessments (THIRA).
    • Develops, supports, and conducts ongoing public information campaigns on Emergency Operations Planning to the Pueblo of Jemez Community Members/Staff.
    • Provides guidance and consultation to the Pueblo of Jemez Director of Emergency Management, and Tribal Administration on funding sources through the State of New Mexico and Federal entities.
    • Represents the Pueblo with dignity, integrity, and a spirit of cooperation in all relationships with staff and the public.


    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.


    Education and Experience:

    Equivalent to a High School Diploma/GED; AND four (4) years of experience in the provision of emergency management program/s/activities.



    Associate of Applied Science Degree in Emergency Management or similar applied science degree.


    Required Knowledge and Skills

    Knowledge of:

    • Administrative principles and practices, including goal setting, program development, implementation and evaluation, and the management of employees.
    • Practices and techniques of emergency management planning and operations.
    • Practices of operational and planning record keeping and reporting.
    • Applicable laws, codes and regulations.
    • Safety principles, practices and equipment related to the work.
    • Techniques for dealing with a variety of individuals from various socio-economic, ethnic and cultural backgrounds, in person and over the telephone.
    • Principles and techniques of making effective oral presentations.


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