Job Summary: Develops, conducts department specific and airport wide tabletop, functional and full-scale emergency exercises as required by FAA and TSA regulations. Coordinates activities of Airport personnel to ensure readiness and preparedness of key first responder personnel. Manages the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Incident Command training programs. Authors after action reports of all emergencies.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Comprehensive Training. Develop, conduct and review department specific and airport wide tabletop, functions and full-scale exercises. Such as Aircraft incident, active shooter, public health, evacuation and family assistance.
Compliance. Ensure the Airport complies with all local, state, and federal regulations. This includes FAA, FEMA, NIMS, ICS, MCSO, ARFF, TSA, EPA, DNR, and County rules and regulations.
Oversight of Airport Emergency Plans. Maintain and enhance the Airport Emergency Plan (AEP) which includes the annual review as required by the FAA, review checklists, plan enhancements with new stakeholders and ensure interoperability with stakeholder plans/checklists.
Maintain emergency management standards. Maintain and enhance NIMS, Incident Command System (ICS), and Emergency Operations Center (EOC) training programs for County and Stakeholder departments as required by FEMA.
Emergency Response. Respond to EOC during training and actual emergency activations and serve as the Airport’s liaison to external resources and/or EOC Commander, if needed.
Refinement of stakeholder emergency plans. Conduct reviews and enhancements for stakeholder emergency plans to ensure their connectivity to airport plans. Such as airlines local emergency response plans, continuity of operations plans, and general emergency plan reviews.
Author Reports. Author official exercise and true emergency after-action reports (AAR) which include aircraft full-scale exercise, special events AAR (snow events, IT outages, etc.
Other duties as assigned. To include proctoring stakeholder training evens, attending/speaking at conferences, researching of other airport practices, and research AAR’s of pertinent events (active shooter, evacuation, crowd control).
Performs other duties as assigned.
Valid Driver’s License at time of application with the ability to obtain a Wisconsin driver’s license within six (6) months of hire and maintain throughout employment.
Bachelor’s Degree in Aviation Management, Emergency Management, Public Administration, Public Health or related field required. NOTE: Additional years of qualifying work experience may substitute for the education requirement on a year to year basis.
Certifications: NIMS: ICS 100, 200, 300, 400, 700 and 800
Three (3) or more years of work experience in Emergency Management at Commercial Service Airport or similar organization.
Ability to lift, carry, push and pull up to 25lbs on an occasional basis.
Intermediate knowledge of all related computer and software applications, such as word processing and spreadsheets.
Certification as an emergency manager by federal or state government.
Certified Emergency Manager (CEM)
Master Exercise Practitioner (MEP)
Project Management Professional (PMP)
Must undergo a criminal history background check to maintain security clearance for unescorted access to secured areas of the airport.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Read, write and comprehend simple instructions, reports, short correspondence and memos.
Speak effectively before both internal and/or external groups.
Read, analyze, and interpret safety rules, operating/maintenance instructions and procedure manuals, scientific/technical journals and procedures, government regulations, financial and legal documents.
Prepare and/or present written communications that pertain to controversial and complex topics.
Makes decisions of responsibility involving evaluation of information. Decisions may require development or application of alternative or precedents.
Makes decisions of responsibility and final results that affect more that one department with multiple units; substantial analysis is required and many factors must be weighed before a decision can be reached.
Makes decisions of responsibility and final recommendations, which may result in the formulation of strategic plans of action to achieve the broad objectives for the organization; involves long-range future planning including scope, direction and goals.
Interpret and adapt established practices and procedures using independent judgement to meet situations to which applications are not clearly defined.
Perform within difficult or complex working conditions or situations not easily evaluated; decisions require considerable judgment, initiative and ingenuity in areas there is little precedent.
PR 30 (Org Unit: 5400) M. Santillan