Saturday, 30 March 2013

Water police career description


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Water police career description

In this post, you can ref career description of Water police in details. A complete career description concludes Water police key duties/responsibilities, Water police career qualifications (knowledge, education, skills, abilities, experience…KSA model) and other ones such as daily tasks, key activities, key/core competencies, job functions/purpose…

I. List of Water police duties:

  1. Provide technical assistance to the client in relation to the FEMA regulations associated with the Public Assistance program
  2. Establish partnerships with FEMA, State and applicant
  3. Provide program oversight and expert technical assistance on recovery planning and community development related policies, principles, and procedures
  4. Conduct site visits, including to temporary debris storage and reduction sites/landfills
    Work closely with local officials to ensure all work is in compliance with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) guidelines as well as other federal, state and local requirements
  5. Serve as Subject Matter Expert and apply technical expertise to mitigation and emergency management projects including areas such as hazard identification and risk assessment; disaster and mitigation project scoping, analysis, and review; benefit cost analysis; development and delivery of training materials; and analysis of building codes and standards as they relate to disaster-impacted facilities
  6. Develop scopes of work and related costs estimates for damaged infrastructure
  7. Coordinate with FEMA and State Environmental agencies on environmental issues and historic guidance
  8. Provide strong adaptability skills in converting insurance knowledge for use in the FEMA Public Assistance Program and guidelines/ disaster recovery discipline, including NFIP
    Provide guidance on applicant's supporting documentation to ensure accuracy and compliance with applicable FEMA policies and procedures
  9. Assist in the Private Property Debris Removal and Demolition Program
  10. Assist in developing of demolition plans with applicants
  11. Review of Right of Entry permits and hold harmless agreements
  12. Coordinate applicant closeout procedures and agreements
  13. Plan/ organizes administrative, operational, budgetary or other activities
  14. Provides liaison and staff support to a variety of localities and government administrators
  15. Conduct both parametric and detailed cost analysis of various municipal structures including, but not limited to; schools, libraries, police and fire stations, water treatment facilities, and public transit systems
  16. Cost Estimators will develop detailed project worksheets, identify scope of eligible work for projects, including cause and dimensions of damage, and the work necessary to repair the damage, and produce efficient, traceable, verifiable and defendable cost estimates meeting the quality review requirements of FEMA.
II. List of Water police qualifications
  1. High School diploma/GED
  2. Two years of previous Law Enforcement experience
  3. Must be at least 21 years of age
  4. Must possess a valid police officer's certification from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy
  5. Possess a valid driver's license
  6. No felony convictions or convictions for domestic abuse, weapons violations, illegal substance possession, substance possession, alcohol or substance use while operating a motor vehicle or water craft
  7. Must have strong verbal and written communication skills and have a good working knowledge of constitutional law and criminal and traffic codes, University rules and regulations and department policies and procedures. 
  8. Must be able to adapt or react to unusual conditions and work under pressure
  9. Must have the ability to handle and react to job hazards and working conditions associated with police work
  10. Must be physically and mentally capable of performing all duties required of a police officer
  11. Must be able to work in a team environment with a focus on community oriented policing and dedicated to quality customer service
  12. Must complete and pass a medical exam upon hire to determine physical, emotional and mental fitness as determined by a medical physician
  13. Must be able to lift, pull, push and carry up to 60 lbs 
  14. Must be able to work in extreme weather conditions
  15. Working hours may vary and overtime is necessary



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