Senior Emergency Services Coordinator, Coastal Region I

$5,529 - $6,874 monthly
  • California Governor's Office of Emergency Services
  • Solano County, CA, USA
  • Sep 13, 2018
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Job Description

Job Description and Duties

If you desire a rewarding and challenging position in public safety where you can make a difference by using your experience and abilities then this is the position for you. 

The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services encourages you to apply as a candidate for our vacant Senior Emergency Services Coordinator position in the Coastal Region I.

Under the direction of the Program Manager I, the Sr. ESC is the lead staff for the Training and Technical Assistance/Regional Readiness unit. The incumbent will serve as lead for REOC Readiness.  The Sr. ESC must demonstrate effective written and oral communication skills and must be able to respond to all forms of disasters and emergencies, at any hour anywhere in the state, within short time frames.  The Region staff serves as the primary staff for the REOC, and as primary field liaisons with Operational Areas. Shift work in the REOC during emergencies and disasters average 12-13 hours per shift, requiring 1 shift per day, and may be required deployment duration to be of a week or more.  Incumbent will be required to respond to any of the three REOCs in the State or the SOC.


Sr. ESC may be assigned specific county liaison duties, working with individual counties reviewing Emergency Operations plans; Dam Safety Program site surveys; and representing the Region and State at meetings, conferences, and workshops.  Ability to meet training and performance requirements for dam waiver site surveys, which may include climbing and hiking on uneven surfaces and unimproved roads; Code-3 driving; 24/7 Duty Officer status; and emergency response which can include extensive driving, working in field situations, and/or emergency operations centers making critical decisions in stressful conditions.

The SESC will function in a demanding and changing environment, which requires the incumbent to act with independence while effectively maintaining a routine workload and also regularly responding to short term tasks. The incumbent is responsible for meeting regulatory and internal deadlines on all assignments. The incumbent may be required to travel on short notice, work in the JFO and provide support as necessary to meet the Recovery Infrastructure Branch and Recovery Section’s objectives.

You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.

Working Conditions

Coastal Region

There are 16 counties within the Coastal Administration Region which is the same area as Mutual Aid Region II. Within the region there are 151 incorporated cities. The total population of all cities and counties in the Coastal region is 8,090,270.

The Coastal Region geography is vast and varied with terrain consisting of valley floor agricultural centers, watershed areas, foothill regions and into the coastal mountain range areas.
Coastal Regional Operations Map link below:

Please see attached Duty Statement.

Minimum Requirements

You will find the Minimum Requirements in the Class Specification.

Additional Documents

Position Details

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Working Title:

Senior Emergency Services Coordinator, Coastal Region I



$5,529.00 - $6,874.00

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Work Location:

Solano County

Job Type:

Permanent, Full Time

Senior Emergency Services Coordinator, Office of Emergency Services

Either I


Experience: One year of experience in the California state service performing the duties of a class with a level of responsibilities equivalent to an Emergency Services Coordinator, Office of Emergency Services, Range B.



Experience: Three years of broad and progressively responsible experience performing analytical staff duties in an interdisciplinary setting on projects with substantial public contact and resulting in the preparation, presentation, and implementation on long-range comprehensive plans, procedures, and reports related to programs for emergency management or emergency response. (State experience applied toward this pattern must include two years of experience performing duties equivalent in level to an Emergency Services Coordinator, Office of Emergency Services, Range B.) and


Education: Equivalent to graduation from college. (Additional qualifying experience may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis.)