TERM: 100 day contract with no benefits or withholding services (1099
consultant). Position is grant funded and is dependent on continued funding
through the Kentucky Department of Education and the Kentucky Center for School
STIPEND: Range from
$30,000-$40,000 (to be paid monthly over the term of the contract).
RESPONSIBILITIES: Increase the numbers of school district personnel trained to assist
schools (including non-public schools) in developing high quality emergency
operations plans (EOP) through the use of comprehensive emergency management
strategies and practices. Refer to the attached detailed job
· A master’s degree in education with current or
prior state certification, or a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or
university in emergency management, community regional planning, educational
administration, or public administration (preferred). Ten years of working in a
K-12 school setting or 2 years of experience in emergency management planning,
law enforcement, or tactical response may substitute.
· Administrative experience in planning and
conducting successful professional development activities to large audiences.
· A working knowledge of the fundamental
principles of emergency operations planning (e.g. mitigation, preparedness,
prevention, protection, continuity of operations, recovery, and response).
· Experience in complex issue analysis and
creative problem solving along with the ability to provide strategic options
· Ability to express ideas effectively, both
orally and in writing.
· Commitment to, experience with, and ability to
work effectively with a broad spectrum of individuals from a variety of diverse
· Incident Command System certificates for ICS
100 and 200.
· Willingness to be trained in the National
Incident Management System.
· Experience working in a school
and/or school district.
· Experience as a school
district School Safety Coordinator or served as a School Safety Consultant.
· Knowledge of adult learning
styles and teaching techniques for adult learners.
· Experience creating and
delivering emergency management training programs.
· Experience in motivating
individuals to dedicate time and effort to tasks which may be a minor
percentage of their responsibilities but are critical to school function (e.g.,
response planning and training).
· Experience working with
special populations including individuals with disabilities (including
deaf/hard of hearing or blind), cultural minorities, English language learners,
migrant populations, etc.
Refer to the attached detailed job description and
Submit resume' and completed application by January 20, 2015 to:
Kentucky School Boards Association
260 Democrat Drive
Frankfort, KY 40601
is an Equal Opportunity Employer