DHSES Program Administrator 3 - Grade 25

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This title exists in Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Div of and has approximately 9 positions.

*The number of positions is approximate and represents the number of positions established (both filled and vacant); it is not an indication or reference to position type or duration, or intent to be filled.

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Salary Information for DHSES Program Administrator Tr 1
Title Grade Hiring Rate/yr Job Rate/yr
DHSES Program Administrator Tr 1 13 $49,363 $63,169
DHSES Program Administrator Tr 2 14 $52,198 $66,634
DHSES Program Administrator 1 18 $65,001 $82,656
DHSES Program Administrator 2 23 $84,156 $106,454
DHSES Program Administrator 3 25 $93,530 $117,875
DHSES Program Manager 29 $114,976 $140,815

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Job Duties

As a DHSES Program Administrator 3, you will serve as the primary contact on various disaster related recovery programs and supervise the daily activities of the professional staff. Typical duties include: overseeing all daily activities of the assigned Recovery unit; organizing, prioritizing and coordinating the preparation of section work plans and identifying key
deliverables, lead responsibility and critical dates; reviewing staff work and ensure staff is trained and proficient in all tasks; coordinating recovery resources for declared and undeclared events and program information with established local Long Term Recovery Groups; providing subject matter expertise and interpreting rules and regulations as required for staff and other stakeholders; facilitating the delivery and production of training courses and constituent briefings throughout the state; monitoring and tracking multiple grants, projects, financial information and reconciliations, and issues from start through final resolution and make recommendations concerning program effectiveness; deploying staff to support the State Emergency Operations Center or field offices during emergency or disaster activations and ongoing events; deploying and acting as the liaison to operational FEMA/State Joint Field Offices during declared disasters; preparing and delivering comprehensive written and verbal status reports, briefings, presentations, correspondence and related critical data; and supervising subordinate staff.

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Summary of Minimum Qualifications

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