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Tuesday, 10 April 2018 11:54 Written by Emmet County Emergency Management Commission

Employment Opportunity: Emmet County Emergency Management Featured

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The Emmet County Emergency Management Commission and the Emmet County E911 Board are currently taking applications to fill the combined position of Emmet County Emergency Management Coordinator and E911 Coordinator.

The Emergency Management Coordinator shall be responsible for the development of the county comprehensive emergency plan, shall coordinate emergency planning activities, and shall provide technical assistance to political subdivisions comprising the Emmet County Emergency Management Commission.

Additionally when an emergency or disaster occurs the emergency management coordinator shall provide coordination and assistance to the governing officials comprising the Emmet County Emergency Management Commission.

The Emmet County E911 Coordinator duties of this combined position will include but are not limited to; management of the E911 telephone system and associated hardware, maintenance and updates of the associated equipment, data entry, as well as being available as needed for resolve any system issue.

Benefits include: paid vacation, holiday pay, sick benefits, life and health insurance and an IPERS retirement program.

A complete job description for this combined position will be available with the application.

Applications are available at the Emmet County Auditor’s Office or you can get the application online at the Emmet County Website, www.emmetcountyia.com.

The application period is open now. The application period will close at 4:30 pm on the 23rd of April. Applications received after that time will not be considered.

Please return your completed application with a cover letter and resume to the Emmet County Auditor’s Office by 4:30 pm on April 23rd, 2018. Emmet County is an EOE.

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