Emergency Preparedness Analyst

Senate - Legislative Branch

Work requires a Bachelor’s Degree with one to three years of experience in government/industry emergency planning/preparedness, training, and administrative support work; or any equivalent combination of education that provides the following knowledge, skills and abilities: Knowledge of government/industry emergency planning/preparedness programs. Knowledge of modern inventory control and asset management practices. Knowledge of office equipment, computers and relevant software/Web applications, and spreadsheets and databases. Ability to gather and analyze data. Ability to accurately prepare and process a variety of reports, records, and documents. Ability to effectively interact with staff members representing all levels of the organization, as well as with outside vendors. Ability to conduct professional presentations and present training to a variety of participants. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
This is professional level work responsible for providing emergency equipment and supplies to offices throughout the Senate community, writing/maintaining emergency action plans and other associated documents, developing and conducting staff education and training, and providing customer services. Work also involves providing administrative support to the section. Work is performed under the direction of the Director.