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Salary: $45,000 - $70,000 per annum
New Zealand has had it's fair share of emergencies/disasters of late and we want to make sure that we are as prepared as ever!
We have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated Emergency Planner to join us to ensure that the West Coast District Health Board is capable of responding immediately and effectively to major incidents/emergencies.
Your job will be to assist with the development, implementation, testing and review of the internal and external emergency plans. You will also facilitate staff learning, particularly with key personnel in the successful management of major internal or external emergencies.
It goes without saying that you will have a broad knowledge of emergency responses appropriate to health institutions as well as experience working in the health sector. You will be analytical in your approach and ideally have experience working on projects both independently and as part of a team.
Prior knowledge of Coordinated Incident Management Systems and NZ Legislation in relation to Emergencies/Disasters would also be a distinct advantage in this role. Our ideal applicant will have experience in training and or teaching adults as well as the ability to engage with a wide range of medical professionals and hospital staff of all levels.
You will have the skill to interpret information and explain this to others both verbally and in writing. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone that wants to branch into this area and further develop their career in the health and wider emergency response sector.
This position is full time fixed-term for twelve months.
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Fixed term – 18 months
Gisborne District Council are working together with our communities to make our aspirations happen. Tairawhiti is the first place to see the light and we're working to transform our region to be the first choice for people and lifestyle, the first place for environment, economy and culture. We're looking for an innovative professional to join our team.
An exciting opportunity exists to join the Tairāwhiti Civil Defence Emergency Management Team. This role will undertake an administration role keeping contact lists updated, assist with training and exercises as well as be involved with emergency responses.
While an emergency management or natural hazards qualification is desirable we are looking for a team player who can communicate with our team and the community, has good written and computer skills, has a good sense of humour and can work under pressure.
Applicants will be highly motivated team players who are well organised and committed to providing excellent service and quality results.
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Applications Close: 10am, Monday 10 April 2017.
Full-time permanent role
Salary: $58,000 - $65,000
Over the last few years we have come to understand that what never happens, does! New Zealand has had its fair share of emergencies/disasters and we are working hard to ensure we, and our communities, are as prepared as possible for the next event.
We have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated person to join the Emergency Management Otago Team, based predominantly in the Dunedin District, to help us further develop our capability to respond immediately and effectively to any major incident/emergency.
The focus of this new role is to assist with the development, implementation, and continuous improvement of our emergency plans, with a major focus on the development and delivery of partnership based community emergency response plans.
We are looking for a person with a broad knowledge of the issues and challenges of emergency management as well as demonstrable experience working in the community sector. The role requires someone who is approachable and inclusive, but who can also be analytical in their approach. Experience working on projects both independently and as part of a team is also desirable.
Prior knowledge of Coordinated Incident Management Systems and NZ Legislation in relation to Emergencies/Disasters would also be a distinct advantage in this role. Our ideal applicant will also have experience in training and or teaching adults as well as the ability to engage with a wide range of people and community groups.
This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who has had previous experience or who wants to branch into this area and further develop their career in the wider emergency response sector.
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Applications close on Sunday 9th April 2017.
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