The Southeast and Caribbean Disaster Resilience Partnership (SCDRP) seeks to strengthen community resilience and support rapid recovery from storms and disasters by serving as the primary network for professionals in emergency management, climate adaptation, and disaster recovery in the US Southeast and Caribbean territories.
Organized to coordinate regional disaster recovery and resilience planning, the SCDRP has emerged as a convening forum for professionals from public, private, academic, and non-profit organizations who are committed to building capacity and sharing their expertise to advance community resilience. The SCDRP hosts regular monthly calls and an annual meeting to provide updates on regional and community issues, learn about conferences, webinars, and workshops; inform each other on any new resources; and seek guidance on best practices and new opportunities.
About the Position
The Program Coordinator will support the SCDRP in managing monthly tasks such as a membership meeting (virtual), managing monthly Board meetings (virtual), and assisting in the planning of the SCDRP Annual Meeting. The Annual Meeting, a two-day conference typically held at the end of January, is a significant output of the SCDRP, and support of its organizing, planning, and implementation will be a large component of the Coordinator’s responsibilities. The SCDRP has a very active and engaged
Advisory Board of disaster and resilience professionals across the region from the public, private, non-profit, and academic sectors. A significant role of the position will be to coordinate monthly Board meetings. The Advisory Board members will actively support the Program Coordinator, particularly in the beginning and in relation to the Annual Meeting.
Click here for the full job announcement. The deadline to apply is April 29th, 2022.
Please submit a resume and 1-2 page cover letter explaining why you are uniquely qualified for the position. Please submit your application to email@example.com.
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