Read the definitions below to determine what options you are eligible to apply. Please check all that apply (you must select at least one to receive consideration).
001 All U.S. Citizens
THE RESUME YOU SUBMIT FOR THIS ANNOUNCEMENT MUST SUPPORT THE ANSWER YOU CLAIM UNDER THIS AND OTHER QUESTIONS. IF NOT, YOU WILL BE FOUND NOT QUALIFIED OR YOUR SCORE WILL BE LOWERED
1. Carefully read the following descriptions of experience. Select the response that best describes your qualifications for the Emergency Management Specialist (Planning Section Chief) AD-0089-05. Make sure your resume supports the response that you select.A. I am credentialed and qualified as a NIMS Planning Section Chief or am in a commensurate position in a non-NIMS compliant organization and have performed this position on multiple incidents.
From the following items, choose the ONE statement from the list below that best describes your experience and/or training. It is important that your application package submitted, including a resume or application form, clearly shows how you possess the experience and skills levels you claim in this questionnaire. Each of your responses must be clearly supported by your education, training, and/or specific work experience you describe in your resume submitted for this position. If not, your score will be lowered or you will be found not qualified. The information you provide will be verified. Any exaggeration of your experience, false statements, or attempts to conceal information may be grounds for rating you ineligible, not hiring you, or firing you after you begin work.A- I have not had education, training or experience in performing this task.
2. Establish and supervise the development and implementation of Incident Action Plans for an all-hazard Incident Command System.
3. Coordinate the implementation of Incident Action Plans for an all-hazard Incident Command System .
4. Collaborate in the analyses and development of response strategy policy and standard operating procedures (SOP).
5. Develop internal supporting plans such as demobilization plans, future operations plans, and contingency plans.
6. Develop deliberate and crisis action plans.
7. Plans overall work operations and sets priorities.
8. Collaborates with internal senior managers to decide on, coordinate and develop the production of incident plans.
9. Collaborates with peers of other activities, such as state and local, non-government response organization to decide on, coordinate and develop the production of incident plans.
10. Develop supporting plans, such as demobilization plan, future operations plans, and contingency plans.
11. Develop deliberate and crisis action strategic, operation and tactical plans.
12. Establish, maintain and track a continuous improvement plan.
13. Establish an Incident Management Assistance Team (IMAT) preparedness program.
14. Establish and maintain incident-wide knowledge management processes and procedures to collect, distribute, and share critical incident status, resources and operational information.
15. Utilize information security procedures.
16. Manage the planning and coordination of training exercises to improve response readiness.
17. Analyze issues and identify unique solutions to complex problems.
18. Manage the collecting, distributing and sharing of incident information and data and produce unified response plans.
19. Oversees archiving of incident information and data, including geospatial data.
20. Analyze and evaluate integration issues and provide forecasts of future operational requirements and capabilities.
21. Coordinate internal and external planning efforts that require developing consensus among partners having overlapping authorities and jurisdictions for response.
22. Collaborate on planning and managing the Information Technology function of knowledge management.
Please select the response below that best reflects your understanding of the special requirements for the National Incident Management Assistance Teams (IMAT).
23. Are you aware that all FEMA employees are subject to 24-hour on-call in the event of an emergency, and all Federal employees may be subject to emergency deployment?
24. Are you able to meet this commitment?A. Yes
25. Do you understand that the length of such deployment may last anywhere from days to months, depending upon the nature of the emergency or disaster?A. Yes
26. Would you able to meet this commitment?A. Yes
27. Do you understand that in the event of an emergency deployment, your travel requirements may be extensive in nature (weeks to months), with little advance notice, and may require you to relocate to emergency sites, some of which are quite austere?A. Yes
28. Are you able to meet this commitment?