Deputy Director of General Services-Emergency Operations

San Joaquin County
(209) 468-3273

The Deputy Director of General Services-Emergency Operations is responsible for directing and managing the administrative, service-related and operational emergency activities of the Office of Emergency Services (OES) with the General Services Department. An incumbent in this senior management position is responsible for leading, managing and administering the County’s non-medical emergency response and recovery activities as well as provide lead coordination for other San Joaquin County and San Joaquin Operational Area emergency organizations. The ideal candidate will model a strong work ethic, innovation and leadership skills, including accountability for oneself and others and demonstrate best practices for the delivery of OES services to the community.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate strong leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills as well as excellent presentation and organizational abilities. Incumbent will have knowledge of the principles and practices of emergency administration, program development, and evaluation. Emergency response and disaster preparedness systems including, but not limited to, Incident Command System (ICS), Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS), National Incident Management System (NIMS) and related systems.  Experience should include budgeting, contract administration and organizational planning and analysis for current and long term emergency services planning goals and an ability to maintain effective, productive and respectful working relationships with a wide variety of people, including elected officials, members of the public, staff and colleagues.

Please visit our website at to view the recruitment brochure and apply online today for this exciting position! The current final filing date is Monday, January 3, 2022. San Joaquin is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

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