Emergency Response Planning Coordinator - Mistawasis Nȇhiyawak
Saskatoon Tribal Council
Saskatoon, SK, Canada
1m ago

Full-Time Position Available


Mistawasis Nȇhiyawak is looking to fill a Full-time temporary Emergency Response Planning Coordinator (ERPC). As a subject matter expert, the ERPC is responsible for the development and implementation of resilience management initiatives for Mistawasis Nȇhiyawak.

ERPC will work across a spectrum of activities in areas of security, business continuity and emergency management

Reports To

Director of Operations

Job Duties

  • Work with all departments to create a plan and process that is functional for Mistawasis Nȇhiyawak
  • Develop and maintain a comprehensive program to monitor and report on emergency preparedness and response issues
  • Coordinate with other agencies that are named as essential stakeholders or responsible players in the ERPs / BCPs
  • Develop, update, implement, review and practice Facility Emergency Response Plans, Pandemic Plans and Occupational Health and Safety operational standards related to Accreditation;
  • Facilitate, organize and provide training related to emergency preparedness and response; and increase the awareness and concern for emergency planning;
  • Provide security reviews and recommendations when requested;
  • Exercise and test emergency response and business continuity plans
  • Develop up to date emergency response policies
  • Review currently available emergency response training material and assisting in the development of appropriate material when it is lacking;
  • Develop, maintain and distribute a supply of appropriate emergency preparedness educational material
  • Review current technical literature and reports and maintaining a library of reference material on emergency preparedness and response
  • Qualifications & Skill

  • Should have a relevant diploma or degree in Emergency Management or possess equivalent work experience, training and education.
  • Must also have a minimum of 3 - 5 years of pertinent, proven field experience.

  • Experience in security management is considered an asset
  • Occupational Health and Safety training is considered an asset
  • Familiarity with Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency operations is considered an asset
  • Familiarity and ability to work with the Incident Command System is considered an asset
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and demonstrated organizational skills, with an emphasis on collaborative problem solving;
  • Able to work under pressure, independently, and in a team environment and with flexible hours as workload demands
  • High level of confidentiality, personal and professional integrity
  • Proficient with computers, i.e. Microsoft Office 2010, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
  • Experience working with a First Nations organization and familiarity with First Nations culture, history and governance is considered an asset
  • Must provide a current Canadian Criminal Record Check (CPIC)
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