The Agency-level Emergency Management will ensure sustainment and delivery of an NGA EM Program for all NGA sites (Springfield, VA, St. Louis, MO, and Arnold, MO). An NGA EM Program includes All Hazards EM, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High-Yield Explosive (CBRNE) and a Test/Training and Exercise Program, supporting and enhancing NGA threat mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery. The EM program must be inclusive of NGA Key Component activities, and be coordinated and synchronized with plans and protocol across the Agency. The EM program comprises overall Agency strategic direction through site level execution. EM Program effort shall provide an integrated internal and external planning and exercise approach to EM, Mission, and Operational Risk Management as directed or outlined in DoD or NGA policy.
- Develop and implement a multi-year strategic management plan, updated as required, reviewed annually, linked to compliance with DoD and NGA requirements and metrics, in support of AT, EM, Mission Assurance and risk management.
- Advise the N2W Program Office to support the development and implementation of site level EM-AT Programs requirements.
- Identify all NGA compliance elements within DoD, IC and other applicable government statutes, directives and regulations, and provide insight into government and industry -œbest practices- / industry standards governing EM planning.
- Develop a POA&M assigning contract resources with metrics toward improving on Annual EM Assessments required by DoD and NORTHCOM standards.
- Establish and maintain a foundational level EM Program process based on DoD, NGA guidance and government and industry best practices. The foundational program may include an auditing process that spans daily operational status, enterprise management, periodic formal plan audits, and test, training and exercises inclusive of corrective action plans, performance metrics and standard reports. The foundational program must include support and advice to site planners as they develop or maintain site specific emergency operations, and antiterrorism plans and procedures.
- Create, maintain and continuously evaluate and improve Agency and Site-level process-oriented Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) to include a quarterly Current Program reflecting individual site status of program strength and planning review and leadership support to EM planning
- Maintain, update and report periodic metrics as required to the Chief, EM and the COTR. This spans the full range of metrics from internal NGA through National and DoD EM Programs.
- Assess readiness and response, internal and external compliance, and EM programs at the Agency, Division and site-level.
- Develop and maintain EM program documentation to include: NGAD 3021, Joint Lessons Learned Information System, Memorandums of Understanding(s), forum agendas, meeting minutes, CBRNE project plans, cost estimates, systems installation design and delivery documentation, multi-year exercise schedule and documentation, briefings, metrics, internal reports, and issue papers.
- Develop an integrated EM TT&E Program supporting and validating the foundational level All Hazards EM process standing plans and procedures.
- Maintain a multi-year holistic program schedule, which incorporates sustainment of EM Subject Matter Experts (SME), annual orientations, internal and external test and exercise activities linked to annual testing of primary and back-up infrastructure, annual EM plan(s) exercises and associated documentation.
- Document the execution and results of the exercise program; identify lessons learned; and develop and monitor a timely and effective corrective action plan through incorporation into plans and procedures for future TT&E validation. This documentation must culminate in an ability to support performance measurement up to and including DoD and NORTHCOM in support of any mandated performance management direction. Support documentation within the NGA approved Lessons Learned Program repository.
- Support NGA Emergency Operations Center (EOC) locations including conducting facility tours to NGA Leadership and facilitating EOC TT&E requirements.
- Project management experience.
- Demonstrated successful experience in supervising to 10 personnel.
- Test, train, and exercise (TT&E) experience under the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP).
- Demonstrated experience with risk management.
- Demonstrated ability to perform both detailed and high-level work.
- Demonstrated ability to negotiate and collaborate with diverse organizations.
- Familiarity with CBRNE systems and protocol.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
- Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience within related field and a minimum of 11 years' experience.
CERTIFICATION / TRAINING REQUIREMENTS:
- Completed FEMA approved Incident Command System (ICS) training (e.g., ICS-100/200/300/700/800).
- FEMA Level 2 professional continuity practitioner certificate from the Emergency Management Institute.
Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to work on computer for long periods, and communicate with individuals by telephone, email and face to face. Some travel may be required.
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