The Emergency Planning and Preparedness Desk Officer serves as a planning and crisis management specialist responsible for providing policy and procedural guidance on Emergency Action Plans (EAPs) for diplomatic and consular posts within one or more geographic areas. Incumbent develops post-specific knowledge of post conditions through research and familiarization visits. Utilizing this knowledge, incumbent conducts comprehensive reviews of draft and updated EAPs for validity and conformity to format and policy ensuring the plans adequately account for post-specific nuances that will impact preparedness and response and that the plans are synchronized with DoD crisis response plans, interagency stakeholders, and DS operational planners, as appropriate. Incumbent works with Regional Security Officers, Post-designated incident commanders, and Emergency Action Committee members to develop appropriate training, drills, and full-field exercises to test these plans under operational conditions. At posts with EPCs, incumbent reviews the duties, training, and activities of the EPC to ensure the program meets Department policy guidelines.
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