The Safety and Emergency Preparedness Coordinator will serve as the safety officer for the facility. They will provide coordination of environmental risk management, departmental environmental safety processes for patients, visitors, physicians and employees while maintaining compliance with Federal, State, Local and other regulatory agencies having jurisdiction over the hospital physical environment. Assist with other departmental functions as necessary including review of liability claims, regulatory survey compliance, and environmental regulatory compliance. Will provide coordination in the development, implementation and maintenance of Emergency Management services. Will use a multi-disciplinary approach to facilitate emergency preparedness readiness for Greene County Medical Center facilities, and represent Greene County Medical Center in community initiatives focused on emergency preparedness planning, preparedness, response and recovery.
Full-time position (80 hours/2 week pay period)
Benefits eligible; IPERS
Monday-Friday, salaried position
Will provide coordination of environmental risk management and departmental environmental safety processes while maintaining compliance with federal, state and other regulatory agencies.
Minimum of 2 years' work experience in emergency management in healthcare environment or related experience required.
Two years of risk management and / or safety in the medical field or related field experience preferred.
Completion of FEMA 100, 200, 700 and 800 online courses within one year of hire
Completion of MOAB training within one year of hire
Completion of MOAB instructor training within the second year of employment.
High School degree required; Associate's Degree or higher desirable (preferably in the field of emergency management or related degree). NOTE: Many organizations do not require a degree; however, some
form of continued education or certification is preferred.