UCSF Police Department
The UCSF Police Department handles all patrol, investigations, crime prevention, emergency management, homeland security and related law enforcement duties for the UCSF campus. The Police Department consists of 120.5 authorized staff, serving a population that exceeds 60,000 patients, visitors, students, faculty, staff and affiliates.
Mission Continuity is the ability of an organization to continue serving its constituents and maintain its viability following a disaster or other disruption. It assures your department has a plan to continue your critical administrative, patient care, animal care, academic, research, or service functions.
Under the general direction of the Manager of the Mission Continuity Program, the UCSF Mission Continuity Planner (MCP) will assist in the development and maintenance of mission continuity plans for those departments and divisions with essential functions and services which cannot be interrupted longer than 30 days without causing serious harm to the UCSF mission.
The position will help provide subject matter expertise in mission (business) continuity planning, mission continuity exercising development, and systems security and be able to articulate this knowledge to administrators, researchers, and faculty throughout the UCSF Enterprise.
The position will routinely assist and occasionally lead in the promotion, training, technical assistance, facilitation and maintenance for most aspects of Mission Continuity Planning. The MCP will be assigned responsibilities that will vary from time to time but will include all of the functions listed in Section 1.2) "Description of Duties" below.
The MCP will also fulfill Emergency Management Program functions, thereby supporting UCSF in its all-hazard emergency preparedness activities and Emergency Operations Center functions during emergency response and recovery. The incumbent will also perform other related duties.
This position will occasionally need to drive the department vehicle to alternate work locations.
Note: This will be a 1 year Contract Employee position with the possibility of an extension for an additional year.
The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) is a leading university dedicated to promoting health worldwide through advanced biomedical research, graduate-level education in the life sciences and health professions, and excellence in patient care. It is the only campus in the 10-campus UC system dedicated exclusively to the health sciences.
Important Application Instructions:
In order to apply for this position we require:
1) A current resume
2) Complete the Police Officer application found on the Police Department website. The application can be accessed at: http://police.ucsf.edu/index.php?/Employment/how-to-apply.html
3) Save both your resume and application as one document. Upload this combined document into your profile under resumes and use it to submit to this position.
If you are unable to combine these two documents, please submit your resume and mail the Police Officer application to:
UCSF Police Department
Professional Standards Division
654 Minnesota Street, Room 180
San Francisco, CA 94143-0238
Note: Both documents must be received in order to be considered for available positions.
• BA/BS with a major in Business Administration, Public Administration, Emergency Services, Political Science or a related field and three to four years of experience in administrative analysis or operations research; or an equivalent combination of education and experience;
• Intermediate knowledge and understanding of current disaster recovery planning techniques and technologies as well as the methods used in performing risk analyses and business impact analyses;
• The ability to develop a clear understanding of the University's key functional processes and resources;
• Ability to be flexible and work analytically in a problem-solving environment;
• Excellent communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills, multi-tasking, and time-management skills;
• Able to communicate with internal and external senior management confidently and demonstrate the professionalism of the job family;
• Ability to work in a high stress, noise-filled environment with multiple distractions and competing priorities for 12-hour durations for extended periods during disaster operations is essential (during non-emergencies, regular work requirement is 40 hours weekly in an open office environment);
• Excellent organization skills utilizing electronic and manual systems to support the UCSF Emergency Management Division’s compliance with NIMS, CALEA and NFPA 1600 surveys/audits;
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office software including Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Internet Explorer, and Outlook;
• Verifiable history of quickly learning communications and data/software applications;
• Excellent customer service and effective problem-solving skills;
• Ability to develop and maintain good public relations with other university departments, public safety organizations, city and county officials, and others.
Physical Demands: requires sitting, standing, walking, squatting, bending, waist twisting, kneeling, crawling, climbing stairs/ladders, reaching up to shoulder height, lifting up to 30 lbs. overhead, up to 40 lbs. above waist, up to 50 lbs. below waist, carrying up to 60 lbs., pushing/pulling over 60 lbs., carrying up to 30 lbs., fine finger manipulation, gross manipulation, simple/power grasp, repetitive movements of upper extremities; may be exposed to loud noise, dust, fumes or gases, chemicals or toxic substances, latex; ability to differentiate color, operating motor vehicles, use of protective equipment, work in open office environments.
Note: Fingerprinting and background check required.
• NIMS/SEMS/ICS Knowledge: Strong operational knowledge National Incident Management System (NIMS);
• California Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS) and Incident Command System (ICS);
• Ability to create and present emergency preparedness presentations, including volunteer emergency response training;
• History of successful project implementation that includes creating a charter, project plan, risk analysis and ensuring deliverables are completed on time;
• Experience fulfilling an ICS function in an EOC, ICP, or ERT during an actual activation;
• Knowledge and experience in working with HSEEP, CALEA and NFPA 1600 standards, requirements and guidance;
• Grants: Experience in federal grant application and administration;
• Knowledge/Understanding of the principles of training, education, and adult learning and the ability to effectively train people;
• Proficiency in Mass Notification Systems;
• Certified Business Continuity Planner (CBCP) certification;
• Certified Information System Auditor (CISA) certification;
• Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) Certification;
• Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Certification;
• Certificates of training in National Incident Management System (NIMS), California Emergency Management System (SEMS), and Incident Command System (ICS) including and beyond ICS 100, 200, 700, and 800;
• Completion of HSEEP intermediate level training with certificate;
• Disaster Recovery: Experience in Information Technology Recovery including infrastructure and data.