The Office of Information Technology, Operations is seeking a CPR Instructor/ Emergency Planner to help increase the preparedness of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) community by developing and delivering CPR/First Aid, Emergency Management, and other safety and security training supporting the comprehensive JHSPH Emergency Management program. This position will also be responsible for program administration to distribute and maintain emergency equipment and kits within JHSPH facilities. Supports the installation and administration of security technology solutions that pertain to emergency management efforts at the School.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
Develop and deliver CPR/First Aid, NIMS, and other safety training as part of the comprehensive Emergency Management program for JHSPH.
Participate in the coordination and support of emergency & risk management programs affecting people and assets for the School, ensuring strategies and services align with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (the School) mission, goals, and objectives.
Responsible for regular review and updates to Emergency Management manuals, training plans, and other documentation. Through well-conceived, well-executed emergency management training programs.
Responsibilities of this position include program administration, maintenance, and replenishment of inventory (Automated External Defibrillators, Stop the Bleed Kits, etc.).
Develop, document, implement, and maintain the emergency management policies, standards, and procedures, maintain oversight of stakeholders in carrying out their responsibilities, and provide support in developing and implementing a program to manage all aspects of compliance with the various regulations (e.g., Joint Commission, FEMA).
Provide for the operation and maintenance of the School’s Electronic Safety and Security Systems (ESS), which broadly includes access control, emergency communications, environmental unit monitoring, and video surveillance.
Other duties may be assigned.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities:
Instruction / Training:
Provide high-quality instruction of American Heart Association and/or Red Cross safety courses to the JHSPH community of faculty, staff, students, and affiliates.
Organize regular continuing education sessions for the JHSPH Incident Command Team and support staff.
Assist in the creation of an evidence-based emergency management exercise/ drill and training program that meets the regulatory requirements of The Joint Commission and the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Maintain knowledge regarding course updates and the latest changes to products/services.
Maintain current basic and instructor level certifications for the courses they intend to teach.
Maintain records of training activity and other course related records; where applicable, submit training and course-related records to certifying agencies.
When an instructor’s certification is at the level of an Instructor Trainer, they may mentor or coach other instructors as part of new instructor orientation or during instructor remediation provide supervision to instructors to ensure high quality delivery of services and products.
Risk Management Program Administration:
Inspect distributed equipment and kits at least once per month, re-order supplies as necessary, and maintain an active inventory of supplies at all times.
Transport, load/unload, carry and/or lift equipment as necessary at assigned teaching locations.
Adhere to appropriate AHA and/or Red Cross guidelines by and managing/cleaning equipment in their possession or under their delegated responsibility according to established decontamination guidelines and addressing any maintenance issues.
Proactively identify projects that advance the preparedness level of JHSPH and promote its mission.
Assist in documenting electronic safety and security system administration and monitoring procedures.
Assist in the development and maintenance of JHSPH domestic and international emergency operations plans.
Manage and apply for pertinent emergency management and preparedness grants.
Serve on various committees related to emergency management and attend assigned emergency management meetings for JHSPH.
Support the Planning Chief during activations of the JHSPH Incident Command Team (ICT), which involves helping to develop the Incident Action Plan and After-Action Reports.
Technical Collaboration & Systems Administration:
Meet with stakeholders to discuss relevant issues related to JHSPH Emergency Management policies and procedures.
Administers electronic safety and security systems (ESS) in support of the mission of the Johns Hopkins Institutions.
Maintain contact with outside contingency planning professional organizations and local/regional emergency response groups.
Communicates critical incident information efficiently with attention to confidentiality concerns.
Assist with security project management to include: coordinating with vendor for security equipment installation/removal, verifying the work performed by the vendor is in accordance with the scope of work, and assisting in the development of requests for proposals.
Research and develop a disaster stockpile dashboard, which aids in real-time visualization of current supplies and equipment throughout the school.
Create a data driven office environment through the identification of key indicators and data metrics to chart success.
Integrate quality improvement activities and measures in overall service provisioning.
Ensure proper safety measures are in place to protect clients who participate in JHSPH sponsored activities.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree. 2 years of relevant experience. Current American Heart Association (AHA) certification to teach Basic Life Support (BLS) for healthcare provider’s class and skills sessions or Red Cross CPR/First Aid certified JHU Equivalency: Additional education may substitute for required experience, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula. Preferred Qualifications:
Two years of experience in a hands-on instruction of CPR highly desired.
One year experience in education, adult training or service industry preferred.
Two years of previous work experience in an emergency management, public health, or public service field is preferred.
Additional Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Must possess an in-depth knowledge of CPR and Life Safety instruction
Knowledge in emergency management including the Incident Command System and National Incident Management System.
Understanding of Electronic Safety and Security Systems (ESS)
Communicate effectively, presenting information in an engaging manner, interacting comfortably with others, displaying patience and understanding, adhering to a schedule and following policies.
Comfort and experience in using audio-visual technology (computer/projector, PowerPoint, etc.) for education delivery.
Ability to identify problems or barriers, research risks, identify related issues and work to create viable solutions
Ability to work on multiple priorities effectively and prioritize conflicting demands and execute within an established schedule.
Capacity to progress a project from a simple idea to a functional product or program
High attention to detail and capacity to develop precise policies and procedures
Customer service orientation
Basic computer and email skills
Classified Title: Program Administrator Working Title: CPR Instructor / Emergency Planner Role/Level/Range: ATP/03/PB Starting Salary Range: $43,101.00 - $59,202.00; Commensurate with experience Employee Group: Full Time Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 5:00pm Exempt Status: Exempt Location: School of Public Health, East Baltimore Campus Department Name: Office of Information Technology, Operations Personnel Area: School of Public Health
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