Posted 1 week ago

Emergency and Training Coordinator

Company: Village of Glen Ellyn
Category: Research & Development, Trainer

 Glen Ellyn

Type: Full Time

The Village of Glen Ellyn seeks an Emergency and Training Coordinator. The Emergency & Training Coordinator is responsible for oversight of all Village matters regarding emergency management. Additionally, this position will assist with policy management, police personnel training management, special event management, and grant writing duties.
This position seeks to plan, organize, and administer new and current programs which are in place to augment or improve current standards, evaluates services to the community, and to broaden Department capabilities through advancement in technology. The Emergency & Training Coordinator is responsible for ensuring Department staff receive training and education consistent with their individual positions and specialty responsibilities. They will assist with the creation and management of policies and procedures, analyze operational functions, and develop reports as necessary.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Attend area and regional training and informational meetings with the Local Emergency Management Coordinator.
  • Develop and maintain emergency plans and exercises as required.
  • Liaison and coordinate with the DuPage County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (OHSEM).
  • Develop and maintain emergency plans for special events.
  • Serve as a liaison with utility companies and provide data as requested.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of, and retain access to, a broad range of law enforcement training courses and programs, both locally and abroad, for all Department personnel.
  • Maintain a curriculum of mandatory training courses for sworn and civilian personnel.
  • Maintain/provide all training records using the appropriate databases.
  • Maintain a list of training vendors and continually seek additional training vendors and courses. All vendors and courses must meet or exceed Department standards for content, credibility, and professionalism.
  • Review course content and instructor performance with personnel attending training, to assess applicability and quality of training.
  • Ensure training certificates are obtained, documented/logged, and appropriately filed.
  • Assist the Administrative Sergeant and/or Commanders with coordinating in service training.
  • Draft new/update current policy and operation bulletins as directed.
  • Research and develop personnel development programs.
  • Coordinate/assist the Field Training Supervisor.
  • Produce and provide quarterly training reports or as requested.
  • Monitor Department training certifications and produce forecasting reports.