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Emergency Management Coordinator

Open Date:  10/2021

Close Date:  Open Until Filled

The Emergency Management Coordinator leads the city’s emergency preparedness and is responsible for managing and coordinating the city’s resources and responsibilities in planning for all aspects of emergencies. This Emergency Management Coordinator promotes public awareness and manages and oversees the development, maintenance, and testing of a comprehensive, all-hazard emergency management program for the city and community. This position develops the strategic direction necessary for the city to be prepared, equipped, trained, and ready to respond to the consequences of disasters as well as mitigate the effects and recover from the impacts.

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Senior Operations and Response Officer

Open Date:  07/22/2020

Close Date:  Open Until Filled

The Williamson County Office of Public Safety/Emergency Management Agency has a vacancy for a full time Senior Operations and Response Officer.  Responsibilities include:

Core Responsibilities

  • Works with director to ensure strategic goals are communicated across staff and ensures daily activity aligns with mission, vision and annual strategic plan objectives.

  • Supervises and coordinates day to day activities of emergency management staff including: plans and programs, training and exercises, communications and daily response operations.

  • Responsible for aligning daily tasks with overall program mission and goals and ensuring staff and program partners develop and work toward readiness objectives Major program coordination (specialized teams, reserve program, EOC staff)

  • Develop and maintain Operational readiness (individual, specialized equipment, special teams, EOC)

  • Ensures development of regular threat and vulnerability assessments, for EM program core staff

  • Special Event support coordination throughout the community

  • Ensure development of weekly threat and readiness briefings as well as monthly program status reports.


College degree and five years of professional emergency management or equivalent emergency services experience is required. Master’s degree, professional and specialized technical certifications and instructor certification preferred.

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Williamson County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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In compliance with Tennessee Law, all applications are subject to public disclosure.