City of Weston Lakes
December 7, 2016
Notice is hereby given that The City of Weston Lakes is accepting applications for an Administrative Assistance for Emergency Management. The City Emergency Management Coordinator would prefer a person with the following experience:
WebEOC experience –
a. Certificate required for formal user training or be obtained within 6 months of beginning work.
b. Prior experience using WebEOC in either a drill or actual activation.
Mission Manager experience or prior experience using MM.
Complete OEM required training within 6 months of beginning work.
Completed and passed the following FEMA courses, or complete these courses with 6 months of beginning work;
a) ICS 100,200,300,400 700, 800 and 907
Experience working in the EOC environment during a drill or actual activation:
a) In administrative capacity or
b) Supervisory capacity or
c) Manager capacity
Experience in coordinating training OEM member training and record keeping.
Experience using Office suites (MS, LibreOffice, OpenOffice, Google etc.) and working with blogging and website tools such as WordPress and Google.
Documented experience in productive interactions and interfacing with FBC OEM
Experience using Excel as a finance and budget tool, or Quickbooks or similar.
Experience maintaining income and expense accounts and ledgers and supporting use of funds documentation.
Experience in preparing periodic statements of financial position versus approved budgets and supporting OEM management to forecast budget requirements.
Experience working in an emergency planning and disaster response team environment.
The position requires good verbal and written communications skill and experience using social media to gather and disseminate information.
|Just over 7 weeks left in the 84th legislative session and transportation continues to be a priority for lawmakers from all over the state. If you missed yesterday morning’s live chat with Senator Robert Nichols and Rep. Joe Pickett, watch it here now. Both leaders provided an excellent overview of top transportation issues so far this session.This morning the Senate Transportation Committee heard testimony for and against SB 1601 which would prevent High Speed Rail projects from exercising eminent domain authority. Following testimony, it passed the committee in a 5-4 vote and has the potential to severely impair route implementation. TAG will continue to oppose this and other legislation aimed at hindering high speed rail and we ask that you take less than 2 minutes to send a letter to your legislators urging them to also oppose this legislation. If you are interested in learning more, feel free to attend an open house meeting. The full meeting tour can be found here. Our state cannot afford to lose high speed rail.
Tomorrow morning the House Transportation Committee convenes at 8 a.m. to review several bills. TAG will formally support HB 373 (Simmons), HB 1370 (Phillips) and HJR 29 (Pickett) which all aim to dedicate funds from the motor vehicle sales tax.
Notice of Public Hearing by Fort Bend Subsidence District on Thursday,
April 24, 2014, at 2:00 p.m. in the Travis Building, First Floor Meeting
Room, 301 Jackson Street, Richmond, Texas.