Disaster Relief Officer
Disaster Relief Officer
Reports to: FLWG/DOS – Director of Emergency Services
Reviewing Official: A3, Chief of Staff
Who May Apply: Active members of Florida Wing. If you don’t meet the requirements stated below, you may still apply, and be considered.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Assist the DOS in developing agreements with federal and state emergency management officials pertaining to natural or man-made disasters (all-hazards approach).
- Develop a Wing all-hazard preparedness force capable of responding to appropriate requests.
- Ensure the Wing all-hazards training programs are adequate.
- Assist the DOS Officer in developing operational procedures for rapid alerting and assembling of all-hazards preparedness task force personnel.
- Coordinate wing DR evaluations, training missions, and exercises.
- Know the all-hazards preparedness responsibilities of CAP in Florida.
CAP Directives: The Director of Emergency Services should be familiar with the following directives:
- CAPP 2
- CAPP 70-3
- CAPR 60-3
- CAPR 60-5
- CAPR 70-1
- CAPR 77-1
- CAPR 100-1
- CAPR 100-3
- CAPR 111-1
- CAPR 130-2
- Operations CAP Standards
- ES Task Guides
- applicable federal, state, and local MOUs, applicable FEMA publications, and ES-related MOUs and agreements.
- Grade of Capt / Staff Sergeant or above.
- Senior rating in the Emergency Services Specialty Track.
- Strong proficiency with Microsoft Office programs, and working in a Windows environment.
- Very strong organizational skills and extreme attention to detail.
- A highly professional demeanor, positive outlook, and a can-do attitude.
- Reside within the Wing. Infrequent, temporary absences of short duration are permissible.
- Grade of Maj / Master Sergeant or above.
- Master rating in the Emergency Services Specialty Track.
- Completed Level III or above.
- Two years experience as Emergency Services Officer at the Group level.
Required Documents: Applicants must submit the following documents by the application closing date:
- Cover letter.
- Civil Air Patrol Resume.
- Professional resume.
- Unit Commander’s Endorsement.
Applicant screening will be done without regard to race, gender, age, color, religion, national origin, or disability.
Applicants may be asked for a personal or telephonic interview. Upon notification, a mutually convenient time and place will be arranged. Inquiries concerning specific aspects of the duty position should be directed to the Reviewing Official.
Selection criteria are based on Civil Air Patrol training, experience, and participation, as well as civilian education and experience related to the position.