Emergency Planning Manager 3 views

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Writing and implementing safety development plans and reports;
  • Providing advice and consultancy to businesses to ensure that they can carry on functioning in the event of an emergency;
  • Completing risk assessments for a diverse range of sites, such as chemical factories, nuclear factories, city centres and major sporting venues;
  • Analysing and planning for potential risks, such as outbreaks of infections or disease, technical failure of electricity networks, major gas leaks and severe weather conditions;
  • Acting as duty officer as part of a 24-hour duty system, responding to emergency situations as they arise;
  • Preparing and conducting safety exercises;
  • Responding to incidents, such as natural disasters, and assessing the situation and level of response required;
  • Communicating with emergency services and other bodies in the event of an emergency;
  • Helping to coordinate the response of all non-emergency service organisations;
  • Working with a range of agencies to ensure that normal support for local communities continues in the event of an emergency;
  • Supporting the recovery of local communities to their pre-incident state;
  • Delivering safety training to staff in local authorities, businesses, voluntary agencies and other organisations;
  • Raising awareness of public safety issues through attending events, developing information and delivering special projects;
  • Liaising with the police, fire services, and the army;
  • Giving presentations on a wide range of topics at conferences and other events;
  • Developing new policies and procedures in response to government legislation.

JOB Qualifications

  • planning/management
  • Disaster management;
  • International security and disaster management;
  • Business continuity and security management;
  • Environmental hazards and disaster management.

SKILLS REQUIRED

  • The ability to communicate with people at all levels;
  • A thorough approach and attention to detail;
  • A logical approach and the ability to be creative in a high-pressure situation;
  • A flexible attitude, with the ability to manage a range of tasks at the same time;
  • The capability to work to deadlines and prioritise tasks;
  • Project management skills;
  • Analytical and problem-solving skills.

HOW TO APPLY

Interested applicants should forward their ,CVs name, qualifications, post applying for to the HR : cv. Donchest @gmail.com OR their mobile number in the message box or mobile number stated on this advert. Not abiding to this advice will lead to total disqualification. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted

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