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CODE: 188.117-022Buy the DOT:Download
TITLE(s): CIVIL PREPAREDNESS OFFICER (government ser.)

Coordinates activities of workers engaged in preparing for or combating disaster situations and negotiates with civic and professional leaders to develop and implement survival plans in accord with local needs and state and federal policies: Directs marking and stocking of radiation shelters to meet specified standards. Obtains cooperation of property owners, civic leaders, and professional groups in providing facilities and services for emergency preparedness. Confers with business and governmental representatives to assist in local emergency planning. Reviews emergency plans to coordinate with changes in state or federal policies and military technology. Addresses interested civic, social, and religious groups to stimulate awareness of emergency preparedness activities. Directs inspection and inventory of emergency supplies and equipment and requisitions needed materials or arranges for equipment maintenance. May assist in providing warnings and survival information to communities before, during, and after community emergencies. May direct activities of headquarters technical, clerical, and administrative staffs and assign paid or volunteer workers to duty during simulated or actual emergencies. May review and recommend alterations in local emergency planning to coordinate with changes in economic character of community or region. May be designated according to specific function as Civil Preparedness Operations Officer (government ser.); Civil Preparedness Radiological Officer (government ser.); Civil Preparedness Supply Specialist (government ser.); Director, Civil Preparedness Warden (government ser.); Shelter Management Officer (government ser.). May assume responsibility for local, regional, or state civil preparedness or emergency activities and be designated Director, Civil Preparedness (government ser.). May plan and coordinate procedures for meeting civil preparedness emergencies in industrial establishments and be designated Civil Preparedness Coordinator (profess. & kin.). Workers involved in these and other civil preparedness activities may be identified by different titles according to classifications used by local or national authorities.
GOE: 11.05.03 STRENGTH: L GED: R5 M3 L5 SVP: 6 DLU: 77
ONET CROSSWALK: 19005A Government Service Executives

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CODE: 188.117-022 Buy the DOT:Download TITLE(s): CIVIL PREPAREDNESS OFFICER (government ser.)

Coordinates activities of workers engaged in preparing for or combating disaster situations and negotiates with civic and professional leaders to develop and implement survival plans in accord with local needs and state and federal policies: Directs marking and stocking of radiation shelters to meet specified standards. Obtains cooperation of property owners, civic leaders, and professional groups in providing facilities and services for emergency preparedness. Confers with business and governmental representatives to assist in local emergency planning. Reviews emergency plans to coordinate with changes in state or federal policies and military technology. Addresses interested civic, social, and religious groups to stimulate awareness of emergency preparedness activities. Directs inspection and inventory of emergency supplies and equipment and requisitions needed materials or arranges for equipment maintenance. May assist in providing warnings and survival information to communities before, during, and after community emergencies. May direct activities of headquarters technical, clerical, and administrative staffs and assign paid or volunteer workers to duty during simulated or actual emergencies. May review and recommend alterations in local emergency planning to coordinate with changes in economic character of community or region. May be designated according to specific function as Civil Preparedness Operations Officer (government ser.); Civil Preparedness Radiological Officer (government ser.); Civil Preparedness Supply Specialist (government ser.); Director, Civil Preparedness Warden (government ser.); Shelter Management Officer (government ser.). May assume responsibility for local, regional, or state civil preparedness or emergency activities and be designated Director, Civil Preparedness (government ser.). May plan and coordinate procedures for meeting civil preparedness emergencies in industrial establishments and be designated Civil Preparedness Coordinator (profess. & kin.). Workers involved in these and other civil preparedness activities may be identified by different titles according to classifications used by local or national authorities.
GOE: 11.05.03 STRENGTH: L GED: R5 M3 L5 SVP: 6 DLU: 77
ONET CROSSWALK: 19005A Government Service Executives


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