IN-FSSA, DMHA-Disaster Behavioral Health Regional Coordinator
Company: Capleo Global
Posted on: May 28, 2023
Disaster Behavioral Health Regional Coordinator with a strong focus on consistent and on-going community engagement, trust building, training.
Vision: The Mission of the Indiana's Disaster Behavioral Health (DBH) Program is to ensure consistent, comprehensive, and compassionate care for all folks in Indiana experiencing a natural or human-caused disaster. Resilience and Emotional Support Teams (REST) will be comprised of a diverse and skilled team, staffed locally and ready to provide psychological first aid and referrals for continued support and community wide opportunities to process the effects of natural or human-caused disasters. This will be facilitated through a strong focus on consistent and on-going community engagement, trust building, training.
Title Position: Disaster Behavioral Health Regional Coordinator
1)Regional Coordinator North
2)Regional Coordinator Central
3)Regional Coordinator South
Major Objectives: This individual will have successfully completed their role if by end of contract:
--- District REST members have completed all training requirements.
--- District REST is administratively compliant, and leadership have been trained on how to maintain an administratively compliant team.
--- District REST received and signed for custody of kits.
--- Successfully complete one tabletop, district, and regional exercise with District REST within assigned region.
--- Additional REST members from community identified and trained.
--- Collaborative relationships created with local stakeholders.
--- Integration with District Health Care Coalition, local emergency management and public safety.
--- Assess and plan for 988 integration and collaboration. and implemented based on their capacity, need and resources.
--- Completed Vulnerability Assessment for each district within region and REST leadership are trained to update and complete new assessments as needed.
--- All written materials provided to District REST within region.
--- Training conducted with District Coordinators and Assistant Coordinators on the following topics:
oAdministrative Requirements - ServeIN set up and training.
oTraining Requirements - Support completion of online training and facilitate/schedule all required in-person training by helping all teams get FEMA Student Identification Numbers and completing all required NIMS courses (outlined in training manual)
oOperational Requirements - Train and rehearse activation, responses and integration with local emergency management, law enforcement, EMS and health care. Test communication paths from local response to State and identify any problems.
--- Distribute kits to District REST.
--- Complete tabletop, district, and regional exercises. Exercises will be created in collaboration with State and local Disaster Behavioral Health staff.
--- Local stakeholder list created with contact information.
--- Assessment of districts ability to integrate with 988 and mobile crisis along with plan for increased integration at appropriate points.
--- Guide completion of District Vulnerability Assessment and train on updating for future assessments.
--- Meet monthly with State Director of Disaster Behavioral Health to report team development progress, barriers, needs and goals.
--- Meet regularly, both in-person and virtual with District REST leadership and members.
--- Meet with 988 teams to plan for appropriate integration points with 988 and mobile crisis.
--- Other duties as assigned.
Supervisory relationships: Reports to the State Director of Disaster Behavioral Health
Qualifications and Experience:
--- Bachelor's degree or advanced degree in business, communication, philanthropy, or education.
--- Experience facilitating, scheduling, and providing training.
--- Experience and familiarity with National Incident Management Structure and Incident Command Structure. Completion of NIMS IS - 100, 200, 700, 800*.
--- Completion of Psychological First Aid*.
--- Experience with relationship building, community trust building, and grass-roots organization development.
*NIMS training and Psychological First Aid must be completed within 6 weeks of hiring.
Skills and knowledge required:
--- Interpersonal communication
--- External engagement
--- Conflict resolution
--- Problem solving
--- Detail oriented
--- Excellent written and oral communication skills
--- Ability to prioritize and execute tasks with deadlines
--- Exceptional analytical and conceptual thinking skills
--- Ability to multi-task and be a self-starter
--- Ability to check all material for consistency and accuracy
Amount of travel: Regular travel in their assigned region.
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