Deputy Director of Medical Emergency Planning Unit at US Embassy Kabul, Afghanistan is responsible for medical emergency planning, response, logistics, and training; lead, manage, supervise, teach, mentor, train, equip and provide logistical support to Medical First Responder team; maintain 24/7 readiness at Mass Casualty Treatment areas and supporting facilities.
- Deputy Director at Department of State Health Services
- Foreign Service Registered Nurse at Department of State Health Services
- Registered Nurse (RN) at US Army
- Registered Nurse at Department of Veterans Affairs
4 years, 8 months at this Job
- Associate - Nursing
- Associate - General Science
- Certificate - Electronics Precision Measurement Equipment
The Deputy Director reports directly to the Senior VP/Executive Director and oversees all aspects of the Occupational Health, OPWDD, Education and Mental Health Programs for the organization in New York, New Jersey and Rhode Island.
• Work with the Senior VP/Executive Director to pace and drive organizational development, including analysis and implementation of priorities, partnerships and infrastructure needs.
• Assist the Senior VP/Executive Director with strategic planning and coordination of the organization's programs, projects and policy position.
• Serve as senior-level thought partner, mentor and bridge builder for programs across the organization.
• Responsible to communicate organizational goals and operation plans to all levels of the organization.
• Develop and oversee budgets for all clinical services and programs including NYS OMH Behavioral Health Clinic, NYS Diagnostic & Treatment Center, Home Care, Education & Residential Programs for individuals with developmental disabilities, Preschool Programs, Early Intervention Programs, Partial Day Programs for Adults & Veterans Programs.
• Work closely with Finance, HR and Billing Departments to coordinate management of fiscal and personnel matters.
• Successfully executed a turnaround plan for an OPWDD/SED residential placement program providing both special education services and ICF level of care.
• Assist with operational oversight and growth planning of Article 31/Article 28 Behavioral Health Clinics in Rochester & Bronx NY.
- Deputy Director at Education Practice Fedcap, Easterseals
- Chief Financial Officer at Developmental Disabilities & Hospitals, State of RI
- Director of Administration & Finance at Coventry Public School District
- Director of Finance & Planning at Brown University
4 years at this Job
- BACHELOR OF SCIENCE in MANAGEMENT & ECONOMICS - Finance
Deputy Director of the City of Tucson's Housing and Community Development Department, which provides affordable and public housing services to more than 7,000 families and has an annual operating budget of just under $100 million.
• Led the successful Choice Neighborhood Planning Grant application process, which was awarded to the City of Tucson in September 2018. This planning grant will help the City of Tucson focus their efforts on creating a neighborhood redevelopment plan for the Historic Oracle Road Area and submit an application for the Choice Neighborhoods Implementation Grant.
• Redesigned the operational structure of the Housing Choice Voucher program, which operates over 5,600 vouchers and serves over 20,000 individuals in Tucson, Arizona. Redesign introduced changes to process flow, landlord communication and client engagement; Decreased timeframe from application to completed lease and increased voucher utilization from 92% to 97%.
• Currently lead the South 12th Avenue Corridor redevelopment team on behalf of the City, which is focusing on redeveloping an underutilized corridor on the City's south side. The redevelopment plan includes more than $300 million in planned activities including complete streets design, infill development incentives, affordable housing development and art space.
- Deputy Director at City of Tucson Housing and Community Development
- President/CEO at Tlingit-Haida Regional Housing Authority
- Executive Director at Aurora Housing Authority
- Director of Finance at Housing Authority of Fulton County
9 months at this Job
- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Finance
Highest grade: SV-1801-K
• Serves as the Deputy Director for Security Threat Assessment Operations (STAO) Division within TSA, oversees national Security Threat Assessments (STAs) and personnel security adjudications utilizing various intelligence and law enforcement sources and systems on individuals with access to sensitive areas of the nation’s transportation system
• Directs the actions of three unique branches within STAO: TSA Adjudication Center (AC); Investigations, Referrals, and Analysis (IR&A); and the Law Enforcement Investigations Unit (LEIU) responsible for adjudicating over 10 million individuals annually against specific Terrorist, Criminal, and Immigration criteria in support of over 28 government security programs
• Coordinates with senior government officials (Federal Bureau of Investigation, Coast Guard, DHS components, etc.) that have overlapping interests and/or critical information that must be considered when making credentialing decisions
• Expert knowledge of intelligence sharing parameters to maintain awareness of and support TSA and cross-agency operations
• Political awareness and communication skills to facilitate compromises among stakeholders in situations that often involve competing critical priorities
• Represented TSA as an active participant in testimony of redress court case with TSA’s Office of Chief Counsel
• Reviews and authorizes STAO determinations and decisions regarding issuing and revoking transportation credentials, permissions, licenses, and access to secure areas of critical transportation infrastructure and facilities
- Deputy Director at Transportation Security Administration
- Branch Manager at Transportation Security Administration
- Transportation Security Specialist at Transportation Security Administration
- Transportation Security Specialist at Transportation Security Administration
4 years, 1 month at this Job
• Deputy Director of organization with more than 1,500 Soldiers
• Directs and leads a staff of over 100 personnel
• Manages and approves expenditures of a budget of over $10 million
• Professionally develops and conducts performance appraisals of subordinate civilian and military leaders
• Routinely interacts with senior Civilian, Community and Military leaders
- Deputy Director at US Army
- Deputy Director at US Army
- Director at US Army
- Chief Planner at NATO - OTAN
6 months at this Job
An evolving rabbinate based on asking questions to shape the conversation for evolving Jewish communities. Providing support for Jewish professionals at all points in their careers. Dedicated to using Judaism as a springboard for social change. Deputy Director, JWB Jewish Chaplains Council (October 2013 - October 2018) Lead developer of Jewish educational materials and experiences for chaplains, Jewish lay leaders, including production of the JWB siddur, siddur education materials, and an annual training course. Regularly engaged with chaplains regarding their professional development and role as a Jewish communal leader within the military context. Oversaw and aided lay leaders in Jewish military communities throughout the world, providing educational and logistic support. Leader in early development, launch, pilot implementation, and all materials developed for community outreach and awareness program about Jewish military personnel and veterans in JCCs and the greater Jewish community. Other responsibilities include working with military families, outreach to the Jewish community, providing pastoral care when needed, supporting the work of the JWB Director, engaging with partner organizations to further the work of JWB. Supported and aided fundraising efforts for the organization, including donor stewardship, annual appeals, and grant writing.
- Deputy Director at JWB Jewish Chaplains Council
- Chaplain Resident at VA NYHHS
- Teacher and Student Life Coordinator at Ivry Prozdor High School
- National Program Coordinator for the Ramah Philanthropy Initiative at Ivry Prozdor High School
5 years at this Job
- Rabbinic ordination - pastoral care
- B.A. - Psychology and the Arts Applied to Female Development
- - Informal and Communal Education
500 C Street SW Washington DC, DC 20472 United States 09/2010 - Present Hours per week: 50 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 15 Deputy Director (This is a federal job) Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Over 35 years of experience culminating as DEPUTY DIVISION DIRECTOR for the Disaster Emergency Communications Division (DECD), Office of Response and Recovery Directorate (ORR), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) - Performs Senior Program Management functions for four functional programs. The programs consist of Mobile Emergency Response Support (MERS), Mobile Communications Office Vehicle (MCOV), Contingency Satellite and Mobile Emergency Communications Vehicle (MEOV) all of which fall within the Disaster Emergency Communications Division (DECD). The combined value of these programs exceed $35 million excluding salaries and benefits (S & B). Supervise six MERS Detachments strategically located throughout CONUS consisting of 277 FTE personnel with a combined total of approximately 500 personnel which includes DECD Cadre reservists. My supervision provides oversight and integrates key national and program goals, priorities and values while continuing to ensure each detachment maintains a proper state of readiness in order to function at the national level; providing both tactical, strategic level communications and command and control C2 for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), FEMA, National Security (NS), National Capital Region (NCR), Health and Human Services -National Disaster Medical System (NDMS) and Urban Search and Rescue (US&R). This communications support also includes but is not limited to direct tactical communications support for the Federal Coordinating Official (FCO) during Stafford Act deployments. Serves as the primary engineer who is responsible for developing precise technical evaluation systems for dozens of communications platforms by utilizing technical prowess, innovation and developing a more streamlined evaluation process by utilizing best practices. Oversees budget development and management of a $12.5-million-dollar budget (MERS). Served as one of the primary DECD point of contacts for interface with and response to inquiries of the General Accounting Office, House and Senate Appropriations Committees Surveys and Investigations Staffs, and FEMA Office of Inspector General regarding DECD issues. This included developing written responses and audit plans to address often complex program issues. Serves as the subject matter expert (SME) for all Emergency Support Functions (ESF) communications policies and procedures; developed the ESF-8 and ESF-9 appendix for the newly developed Tactical Communications CONOPS implemented by DECD in FY10. As a primary member of the implementation team for the National Response Network (NRN) Communications Initiative several milestones and accomplishments are noteworthy: A weekly test of Radio over IP is conducted via each FEMA Regional Headquarters, the National Law Enforcement Communications Center and Land Mobile Radio Systems from MERS assets with very positive results. The establishment and performance of this network provides C2 for the FEMA Administrator and will increase FEMA's tactical footprint during all-hazard disasters. The NRN will serve as the keystone for disaster response and provide integration/coordination through interoperable communications strategic partners and other Federal entities some of which are the National Communications Systems (NCS), United States Coast Guard (USCG), National Guard Bureau (NGB), Department of Defense (DOD), and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). This system will allow for an increased situational awareness capability for the supported incident commanders. Provide oversight and guidance for the Regional Emergency Communications Working Group (RECCWG). The RECCWG program is congressionally mandated. It consists of 10 working groups - one in each region. As directed by Congress, each RECCWG consists of a full range of State/Tribal and local representatives charged with addressing communications interoperability issues from both a technical and user view point. These working groups are required to report through the FEMA Regional Administrators on issues related to interoperability. Each of the 10 FEMA Regional offices administratively supports the deliberations and reporting requirements of the RECCWG membership. Technical communications staffs are provided to the regions to ensure the deliberations and recommendations of the RECCWGs is accurately captured in the form of Regional RECCWG Annual Report and assist the FEMA Regional Emergency Coordinator and the Regional Administrators with membership coordination. Regions typically host 1-2 plenary meetings a year and support monthly teleconferences in each of the Regions. These planning efforts provide the backdrop and venue for state, local and tribal interaction with Federal entities to develop interoperable communications plans at the state and local levels that increase the nation's readiness and the ability to overcome and mitigate all-hazard disasters through internal and external stakeholder interface. Supervisor: Eric L. Edwards (202-646-2979) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes
- Deputy Director at FEMA - Disaster Emergency Communications Division
- MERS Chief at FEMA-MERS
- Supervisory Program Specialist at FEMA-MERS
- Communications Manager at CIBER, Inc
8 years, 4 months at this Job
- Certificate - Level II Program/Project Management Certification w(IT) from the Federal Acquisition Institute
US Army Communications Electronics Research Development Engineering Center (CERDEC) Product Realization Systems Engineering and Quality Directorate (PRD)
Deputy Director (July 2015 – Present), Chief Intelligence Electronics Warfare Division (June 2014 – July 2015), Chief Engineering Operations Division (December 2011 – June 2014). As Deputy Director, I manage a Directorate workforce of 235 Engineers, Quality Assurance Specialists, and Administrative personnel. As the Division Chief for Intelligence Electronic Warfare, I managed a Division of 51 Engineers supporting Program Executive Office IEWS and the CECOM Logistics Readiness Center. As Division Chief for Engineering Operations, I managed the Directorate Budget Office, Human Capital Cell, CERDEC Standardization Group and Specialty Engineering Group. The Directorate has a budget of approximately $31 million in OPA, AWCF, and OMA Direct funding. The four main competencies of the Directorate are Technical Project Leadership, Maintenance Engineering, Production/Manufacturing Engineering, and Quality Engineering.
- Deputy Director (Engineering) at US Army Communications Electronics Research Development Engineering Center (CERDEC) Product Realization Systems Engineering and Quality Directorate (PRD)
- Chief, PM Aviation Mission Equipment Field Office (Logistics Management Specialist) at US Army, PM Aviation Mission Equipment
- Chief, Avionics Engineering Branch at US Army Communications-Electronics Command
- Electronics Engineer at US Army, PM Aviation Mission Equipment Field Office
7 years, 1 month at this Job
- Associate - Computer Science
- MBA - Business Administration
- BS - Civil Engineering
• Managed a staff of 10 people for a 17 county government agency while still maintaining all technical responsibilities.
• Served as the Financial Director/Purchasing Agent which including budget and purchasing responsibilities for a 1.4 million dollar budget.
• Served as the primary point of contact between YMD and several state and federal agencies. Specific Description: From January 1, 2017 to April 1, 2018 I served the YMD Board as the Deputy Director during the installation of a new Executive Director. I was responsible for managing staff and providing input for policy and program decisions while still maintaining all technical responsibilities. I served as the primary point of contact between YMD and several local, state, and federal agencies. I worked with the public to obtain land easements for field project construction and maintenance efforts. For six months during this period I also performed the duties of the Financial Director/Purchasing Agent which included payroll, accounts payable, budget, and purchasing responsibilities for a 1.4 million dollar budget.
- Deputy Director at YMD Joint Water Mgmt Dist
- Technical Director at YMD Joint Water Mgmt Dist
1 year, 3 months at this Job
- Bachelor's - Computer Information Systems
As Deputy Director of Elections for the state of Colorado I was responsible for all aspects of the electoral process in the state of Colorado. This included but was not limited to budgetary requirements for federal, state and local elections. Procurement of equipment and training for its utilization. One aspect of the position that was illuminating, the vast array of communication tools for a variety of economic and educational levels. One conversation would include potential or current elected leaders the next intereaction an 18 year old attempting to excersise a fundamental right for the first time.
- Deputy director of Elections at Colorando Secretary of State
- Receiving Clerk/Stocker at Neiman Marcus
15 years, 2 months at this Job
- Bachelor's - Political Science