Bell County Emergency Management Director

Bell County
Emergency Management Director
Salary Range: $47,772 - $55,380

Bell County is seeking a Director for Emergency Management to maintain the County's emergency management program by identifying areas requiring review, update and exercising, performing reviews and updating basic plans and annexes, coordinating plans, conducting drills, coordinating actual disaster occurrences and filing reports. Verbal and written reports are submitted to the Commissioners' Court and/or County Judge on a monthly basis to include details of training attended, responses to calls, meetings held, etc. The director, also, maintains the LEPC and Hazard Communications Act programs by identifying areas of concern, coordinating meetings, developing program policies and procedures, reviewing annual chemical inventory lists and filing reports.
Work requires knowledge of a specific vocational, administrative, or technical nature which may be obtained with six months/one year of advanced study or training past the high school equivalency. Community college, vocational, business, technical or correspondence schools are likely sources. Appropriate certification may be awarded upon satisfactory completion of advanced study or training. Over five years of experience is required.
Certifications and other requirements:
Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education Certification
Federal Emergency Management Agency License
Valid Texas Class C Driver's License
Term of Office: The Emergency Management Director must take the oath of office prescribed by the constitution of this state and post a bond as required by the Commissioners' Court conditioned that the director will faithfully and strictly perform the duties of the office.
Working with various state and federal agencies may also be required of the employee. Vendors and suppliers may be called upon for information on purchases, supplies or products. Meeting and discussions may be conducted with customers and sales representatives.
Interested applicants submit a Bell County application at www.bellcountytx.com, Human Resources page.
An Equal Opportunity Employer

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