DResponsible for executing the Arizona site-level Emergency Management Program (EMP) and processes according to the Site Emergency Response Standard. Reviews, assesses and adjusts the site-level EMP processes according to the Site Emergency Administrative Standard, Site Emergency Operations Center Guideline, Corporate Emergency Operations Center Guideline, and Intel Crisis Management Drill Standard.
Performs yearly risk assessment of the Regional/Site EMP and include input from Site Security and Site EHS.
Responsible for performing regular drills that reflect the risks noted in the yearly risk assessment.
Works closely with Site EHS to ensure compliance to local or federal laws or codes. Ensures the Site Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is appropriately staffed, trained, and capable of responding to any unexpected event. Ensures emergency response teams and templates are accurate and tested within the Intel Emergency Notification System. Ensures call lists are audited quarterly.
Either owns or partners with the Site ERT program, depending upon location, and is thoroughly familiar with the Corporate ERT Standard (ERT responsibility will vary according to the level of ownership or partnership). Primary focus of Site ERT is training, personnel development, equipment familiarity and inventory, and liaison with Site Emergency Manager and external response resources. Assists Site Emergency Manager with EOC structure and processes to include membership, drills, self-assessments, and audits for Site/Campus ERT and assists with continuous improvement through the proper tracking and closure of development action plans. Reviews ERT Callouts for proper level and category and conducts post-incident reviews where needed. Keeps ERT leaders informed of global ERT programs, training, and development opportunities. Maintain status as a qualified ERT instructor for pertinent classes.
Provides indicators to the Corporate Crisis Management Program Manager and develops relationships at the corporate response level.
Drives a close relationship with the Director of the Region/Site EOC and senior site management regarding the region/site's ability to respond to unexpected events. Assesses after action performance of the site's emergency response structure and drives improvement as required.
Fluent in the regional/site Emergency Management Program (EMP) and processes, Site Emergency Response Standard, Site Emergency Administrative Standard, Site Emergency Operations Center Guideline, Corporate Emergency Operations Center Guideline, and Intel Crisis Management Drill Standard.
Integrity must be and remain above reproach. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality and follow applicable Privacy laws, policies, and guidelines. Must adhere to a strict Corporate and Security Code of Conduct.
Communicates clearly and calmly during an unexpected event or crisis.
Applies analytical problem solving skills to unusual and unexpected events.
Ability to present to senior site management. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; ability to build solid working relationship with all levels of management, peers, partners, customers, Public Safety, etc. Must be able to work effectively both independently and as part of a local and global team.
Ability to develop drills and associated training.
Ability to develop relationships with external response agencies.
Ability to apply analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to measure and improve emergency programs effectiveness or productivity.
Has strong administrative and organizational skills.
Ability to manage and prioritize multiple events and tasks while maintaining the standard of quality. Ability to be flexible in an often ambiguous and rapidly changing environment. Ability to think critically, apply good judgment, and influence others.
Ability to follow defined processes and procedures. Ability to self-manage and prioritize work with very little day-to-day oversight.
Ability to manage financial spends and budgets.
Ability to learn and use existing and future systems and tools used by the Security organization.
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