Vectrus Emergency Management Technicians in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Job Summary: Has accountability for understanding andapplying local, state, and federal Emergency Preparedness rules, regulations,activities, and tracking. Maintains, and monitors Civil Engineer (CE)operations plans and supporting documents for mobility, response, and recoveryoperations. Reviews and provides input to installation contingency plans.Monitors base operability, hazardous materials emergency response, and disasterpreparedness programs, and conducts and schedules associated training.Participates in complex emergency response exercises and Emergency OperationsCenter (EOC) activation drills. Has a complete and thorough knowledge ofemergency preparedness procedures, policies, and directives associated with thefederal continuity of operations, business continuity planning and continuityof government and enduring constitutional government programs.
Responsibilities: Essential functions of theposition include:
- Train for, plan for, and execute responses to contingencies listed in the Kirtland AFB Installation Emergency Management Plan (IEMP) 10-2.
- Staff the Emergency Operations Center per AFI 10-2501 Air Force Emergency Management Program, and applicable jurisdictional references.
- Provide support to the EOC and Emergency Support Functions (ESFs).
- Ensure accountability and operational status for EOC equipment, checklists, references, maps, computers, phones, modeling software, secure (classified) telephones, SIPRNet, etc.
- Serve on the Emergency Management (EM) Disaster Response Force (DRF) to support natural disasters, contingencies, or hostile attacks.
- Serve on the Contamination Control Team (CCT).
- Serve on the CBRN Response Team and be able to presumptively identify chemical, biological, or radioactive agents and package samples for analysis by the New Mexico State Laboratory.
- Complete requisition actions, receive and store equipment, maintain equipment, maintain reference library, inventory and inspect equipment, turn in unserviceable assets, maintain accountable equipment lists, maintain facilities, and prepare equipment for operations IAW AFI 10-2501 Air Force Emergency Management Program, AFMAN 32-1007 12 Readiness and Emergency Management (R&EM) Flight Operations, and applicable jurisdictional references.
- Complete all tasks per AFIs, Management Internal Control Team checklists, and base plans.
- Has a complete and thorough knowledge of all applicable Federal, DOD State, and Local laws, regulations, and guidelines issued by DHS, DOD, FEMA, EPA, OSHA.
- Has a complete and thorough knowledge of all applicable directives such as Homeland Security Presidential Directives (HSPDs) related to emergency management and the National Incident Management System (NIMS).
- Readiness and Emergency Management technicians that perform EM training requirements shall be certified as instructors IAW AFI 10-2501 Air Force Emergency Management Program, AFMAN 32-1007 Readiness And Emergency Management (R&EM) Flight Operations, and applicable jurisdictional references.
- Must have the ability to analyze and resolve issues.
Must have the ability to effectively communicate bothorally and in writing using various formats, styles, and methods,and to brief large groups of military and civilian personnel. Mustspeak fluent English.
- Must have a minimum of two years’ experience within the Emergency Management or First Responder discipline at the City, County, State, Private Sector or Department of Defense level.
- Shall be International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) and National Fire Protection Association’s Professional Qualification Standards (NFPA) 471 and 472 qualified at the Hazardous Materials Technician level.
- All Readiness and Emergency Management Technicians must meet physical and knowledge level requirements of NFPA 471 and 472 within six months from date of hire and annually thereafter. Three of the Readiness and Emergency Management Technicians must have received the USAF 3E9X1, Emergency Management Specialty and have formally been awarded the 3E931, Apprentice skill level or 3E951, Journeyman skill level, or the 3E971, Craftsman skill level.
- The remaining three Emergency Management Technicians must have a minimum of two years’experience within the Emergency Management or First Responder discipline at the City, County, State, Private Sector or Department of Defense level. All Readiness and Emergency Management Technicians shall be International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) and National Fire Protection Association’s Professional Qualification Standards (NFPA) 471 and 472 qualified at the Hazardous Materials Technician level.
- All Readiness and Emergency Management Technicians shall train and maintain CBRN responder certification skills as outlined in Career Field Education Training Program (CFETP) 3E9X1, Automated Readiness Information System (ARIS) reoccurring training plan, AFI 10-2501, AFMAN 10-2502, AFMAN 10-2503, AFMAN 32-1007, USAF 3E9X1 CBRN Response Operations Procedural Guide and all AFCEC, MAJCOM, and Installation developed requirements.
- Ability to obtain and maintain Secret security clearance required.
Title: Emergency Management Technicians
Requisition ID: PEN002076
Clearance Level required at Start Date: Secret
We are committed to an inclusive and diverse workplace that values and supports the contributions of each individual. This commitment along with our common Vision and Values of Integrity, Respect, and Responsibility, allows us to leverage differences, encourage innovation and expand our success in the global marketplace. Vectrus is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or status as an individual with a disability. EOE/Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran.