Job Opportunity: State Resiliency Office Deputy, West Virginia State Resiliency Office (SRO) – Application Deadline 1/4/21

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West Virginia State Resiliency Office (SRO) job posting        12/17/2020

Title: State Resiliency Office Deputy
Division: The Governor’s Office
Reports To: State Resiliency Officer
Work Unit: State Resiliency Office
Annual Salary: $85,000.00
Opening Date: December 21, 2020
Closing Date: January 4, 2021

Serves as a principle advisor to the State Resiliency Officer. Performs complex executive level work involving the development, planning, coordination, and execution of the West Virginia State Resiliency Office mission. Responsible for the efficient and effective execution of all programs and activities related to the State Resiliency office. Oversees the formulation of goals and objectives of the State Resiliency Office programs and for ensuring compliance with the regulations, guidelines requirements set forth in Article 31 of the West Virginia State Code. The work of this position involves strategic and operational planning, policy development, the execution and integration of complex and multi-faceted programs statewide. Oversees the development of policies and work procedures, operational priorities and establishment of goals and objectives for all West Virginia State Resiliency Office programs and personnel. Assist the State Resiliency Officer in coordinating and developing major policies related to resiliency initiatives statewide. Interacts effectively with a wide variety of federal, state, and local emergency management officials, community organization leaders, volunteer organizations and the general public.

Experience: Minimum 3 years managerial or strategic planning experience in matters relating to flood control and hazard mitigation or, alternatively, in disaster recovery, emergency management, or emergency response. Be thoroughly knowledgeable in matters relating to flood control and hazard mitigation, or alternatively, in matters relating to disaster recovery, emergency management, and emergency response.

Anyone interested in applying for this position must submit a cover letter and resume to the State Resiliency Office via email to To be considered for this position, all documents must be received by the closing date.

The State of West Virginia assures all applicants of equal opportunity when applying for employment. No applicant will be discriminated against based on race, sex, age, religion, national origin, political affiliation, disability, or any other non-job-related factors.?

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