State of Wyoming PSEP11-09903-Senior Emergency Preparedness Analyst-Cheyenne in Cheyenne, Wyoming
PSEP11-09903-Senior Emergency Preparedness Analyst-Cheyenne
PSEP11-09903-Senior Emergency Preparedness Analyst-Cheyenne
$4,931.00 - $6,164.00 Monthly
Description and Functions
Open Until Filled
At a senior management level, responsible for managing, directing, and supervising all employee activities in the Security Unit to include compliance of fiscal activities, purchasing, administrative, planning, exercising and training, pre-disaster mitigation and disaster grants, critical infrastructure protection, national incident management systems, and resource activities.
Human Resource Contact: 307-777-6404
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The listed functions are illustrative only and are not intended to describe every function which may be performed in the job level.
Direct supervision of 7 full-time non-exempt employees. Implementation of Homeland Security Directive 8 (HSPD-8) to prevent, prepare, mitigate, respond to, and recover from Natural, Technological and Human-caused hazards and threats.
Responsible for setting and controlling a budget and other administrative duties, including acting in the absence of the Director or Deputy Director.
Has compliance oversight responsibility for all grants involving the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security.
Assists with the implementation and management of Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grants from the US Department of Homeland Security.
Prepares budget, analysis and other reports.
Maintains records and files for over 200 statewide subrecipients of grant funds.
Assists with the conduct of grant close-outs.
Assists with policies, procedures, and implementing instructions.
In concert with the Director and under the direct supervision of the Deputy Director, assists in research and development of new programs designed to enhance the response capacity of the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security.
Management and oversight of the Critical Infrastructure Protection Plan (CIP) components of the State Homeland Security program National Infrastructure Protection Plan and Critical Infrastructure Act of 2002.
Monitors and assists with development of Critical Infrastructure Assessment Programs.
Consults with and supports Federal, State, and Local Agencies in Threat/Vulnerability processes and prioritizing associated risk.
Identify and prioritize United States critical infrastructure and key resources and to protect them from terrorist attacks.
Implement Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD-19) Implementation plan, on the prevention and detection of, protection against, and response to terrorist use of explosives in the United States.
Allocation of funds to state and local jurisdictions to assist in Natural, Technological and Human-caused hazards threats.
Coordinates with other Program Managers' programs as part of a comprehensive approach to assisting local government's activities, including equipment acquisition, planning, exercise, training, and coordination.
Attends meetings with federal, state, and local agencies representing the Office of Homeland Security on topics and subjects pertinent to grant programs.
Accomplishes other duties as assigned by the Deputy Director.
Test amounts reported to FEMA against the grantees accounting system and transactions. For preparedness programs, ensure that all funding streams are tracked separately.
Evaluate internal control structure components to include policies and procedures, segregation of duties and signature authorities.
Conduct compliance assessment, and confirm written policies. Confirm whether files are maintained for all purchases, including copies of all purchase orders/contracts and the bids.
Validate that grantee and sub grantees maintain records sufficient to detail, the significant history of any procurement. Validate whether expenditures are in accordance with codified regulations and program guidance regarding matching/cost sharing.
Reviews all agency fiscal transactions and documents to allow ability under federal grants and state rules and procedures, completeness of documentation, accuracy, timeliness and proper preparation.
Advises agency employees on fiscal rules.
Exercises overall management responsibility for the maintenance of federal balances and meeting federal/state match requirements. Works with other agencies to expedite processing of transactions (State Auditor's Office, A&I Budget Division, A&I Procurement Division, Facilities Management).
Responsible for statewide implementation of Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Resource.
Typing to include asset inventory and facility contracts. Reconciles with Department of Homeland Security physical inventories values over 100 million dollars.
State administrator for the Critical Incident Management Software program WebEOC.
Coordinates statewide training and exercise activities directly involving WebEOC for all County Homeland Security Coordinators, state agencies and representatives, and federal agencies.
In coordination with the Deputy Director, responsible for assisting with the operation of the Wyoming State Operations Center (WYSOC) during "event" and "exercise" operations throughout the State. As part of the agency team, may respond to disasters in the field and provide support to local agencies during Natural, Technological and Human-caused threats.
Performs duty Officer Rotation duties.
Provides Cyber Security.
Familiarity with interoperability, logistics management, deployments, incident command system and structure preferred.
Knowledge of Management and Personnel Rules.
Knowledge of Wyoming Office of Homeland Security policies and procedures, and ability to apply these policies during high stress events
Knowledge of Public Safety and Homeland Security.
Knowledge of computer based systems and the ability to operate computers at a user level.
Knowledge of radio, trunked radio, satellite and internet based communications systems.
Knowledge of National Preparedness Goals and other applicable federal directives.
1-3 years of progressive work experience in (typically in Emergency Preparedness) with acquired knowledge at the level of an Emergency Preparedness Analyst
Education & Experience Substitution:
4-7 years of progressive work experience in (typically in Emergency Preparedness) with acquired knowledge at the level of an Emergency Preparedness Analyst
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
Necessary Special Requirements
Applicants must have the ability to qualify for a Secret Security Clearance.
Successful applicants for employment must pass a limited criminal background investigation.
Additional certifications and/or licenses may be required by the agency.
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