Acclaro Research Solutions, Inc.is seeking a Senior Emergency Management Specialist to lead the Division of Emergency Management (DEM) at National Institute of Health (NIH) campus located in Bethesda, MD.
Minimum Qualifications: Direct experience in emergency management plan development including Continuity of Operations Plans, Emergency Operations Plans, Occupant Emergency Plans, (HSEEP) Training and hazard specific analysis and planning.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in a related field.
Duties & Responsibilities: The Senior Emergency Management Specialist shall perform the following:
· Prepare a schedule of quarterly fire drills for the month. Conduct quarterly fire drills and provide fire evacuation training for the nursing staff and hospital departments at the NIH Clinical Center. Conduct unannounced fire drills as scheduled for the facility areas and frequencies specified. Observe the actions taken during the fire drill and document deficiencies, actions properly performed, and recommendations for the staff. Upon completion of the fire drill, meet with the nursing staff and review the actions taken, along with recommendations for the future. Lead a short discussion on fire evacuation with the nursing staff and address all items in the Joint Commission guidelines. Document all fire drills and fire evacuation training activities, including attendance sheets. Provide a progress report of drills conducted that month, progress toward quarterly Joint Commission drills, and progress toward annual Joint Commission drills.
· Conduct evacuation drills located on the NIH Campus in Bethesda, MD. Provide training to occupants related to emergency procedures specific to staff in that environment. Drills and training will be provided to staff providing In-Patient and Out-Patient Care, Hospital Administration, Laboratory, and General occupancies. Prepare a training lesson plan for training sessions that is sufficient to ensure that all required and appropriate fire evacuation areas are covered in each session. Develop a recommended list of fire safety handout materials.
· Prepare an annual schedule of training and coordinate scheduling with the Clinical Center Safety Office. Coordinate the fire evacuation training with the Clinical Center department a minimum of one month in advance of the scheduled training. Follow-up coordination shall be made the week prior to the training session.
· Conduct fire evacuation training for personnel in the Clinical Center departments that include, but are not limited to, Pharmacy, Phlebotomy, and Housekeeping. Training sessions are generally in a classroom setting and scheduled for one hour in duration. Conduct informative training sessions that cover all fire evacuation issues. The sessions should be prepared and presented with knowledge of the audience involved to ensure comprehension of the information. Training sessions should include methods to involve the audience and provide feedback of information received. Prepare a training feedback form. Distribute the feedback forms for comment at each session, collect them at the end of the session, and submit them. Document the training performed to include, but not limited to, the topics covered, group trained, supervisory person in attendance, and an attendance listing of the personnel trained for each session.
· Identify and document on a floor plan map, locations that staff can shelter in place in the event of a HAZMAT or severe weather emergency. Review and approve shelter-in-place maps.
· Develop emergency management plans as requested to include, but not limited to, Emergency Operations Plan, Continuity of Operations Plan (including Essential Function analysis), Devolution Plan, Reconstitution Plan, Occupant Emergency Plans, and Standard Operating Procedures.
HUBZone residents are particularly encouraged to apply..
· Develop training and exercises as requested by the Government for Institute and Center Emergency Management Organization Staff, and NIH Security and Emergency Response Staff.
· Emergency Operations Support respond to emergencies that impact NIH Facilities, the Contractor shall be requested to provide remote and/or on-site support to the Government. This may include times that would be considered outside normal business hours (after-hours and weekends).
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The Acclaro team aligns its goals with the organizational goals of our clients to support their vision and strategy. We provide a broad range of services designed to optimize organizational performance and serve the Federal Government, state and local governments, and a variety of private sector organizations.
Acclaro Research Solutions, Inc.
Why Work Here?Acclaro Research Solutions, a HUBZone certified, woman-owned Federal contractor, Acclaro has successfully managed a variety of contract types including firm-fixed-price, performance-based contracts, and task order contracts. We have achieved high ratings for technical, schedule and cost performance. The Acclaro team aligns its goals with the organizational goals of our clients to support their vision and strategy. We provide a broad range of services designed to optimize organizational performance and serve the Federal Government, state and local governments, and a variety of private sector organizations.
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