Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2008 16:54:33 -0400
Reply-To: "Reinhardt, Peter" <peter.reinhardt**At_Symbol_Here**YALE.EDU>
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From: "Reinhardt, Peter" <peter.reinhardt**At_Symbol_Here**YALE.EDU>
Subject: Please apply & forward: Director of Emergency Management at Yale
Director of Emergency Management

Yale University is seeking an experienced professional to head the Universi
ty's Emergency Management function, with responsibility for the planning an
d management of the overall response to campus emergencies. This includes d
eveloping and revising emergency preparedness, disaster recovery, and busin
ess continuity documentation and policies, and implementing related trainin
g; working with state and national agencies to coordinate emergency plans a
nd procedures; and training personnel on emergency plans and procedures.
To qualify
You must have a Bachelor's degree in Emergency Management, Business Adminis
tration, Health and Safety, or another related field and at least 10 years 
of administrative experience.  Experience in the development and presentati
on of training seminars and programs; strong public speaking, presentation,
 written/verbal communication, and interpersonal skills are also required. 
 A Master's degree, experience working in higher education, strategic plann
ing experience, and professional development training certifications in Eme
rgency Management from FEMA, NEMA, or related agencies are preferred.

A vibrant and stimulating environment
Being part of the professional staff at Yale is a unique life experience - 
one in which you will inspire and be inspired by people at the pinnacle of 
their fields, enjoy a sense of deep satisfaction and achievement at bringin
g your skills to bear to make the world a better place, and enjoy benefits 
beyond expectations in the nurturing circle of our academic world.

Benefits unique to Yale
Our benefits, including healthcare, pension, life and long-term disability 
insurance, and children's scholarship programs, are excellent. Yale offers 
something more, too. Our WorkLife Program will be at your service throughou
t all of life's situations and stages, from marriage to mortgage loans to e
ldercare...and beyond.

Extraordinary enrichment opportunities, including eligibility to audit Yale
 classes, involvement in campus activities and functions, plus many other p
ossibilities for on-campus learning will contribute to a lifestyle unmatche
d in the corporate world.

Recreational facilities at Yale are far beyond what most corporations or pr
ivate clubs can offer. You can join a gym that offers everything from state
-of-the-art exercise and weight rooms to polo and fencing; golf at a histor
ic and top-rated course; play tennis on one of our recently reconditioned i
ndoor and outdoor courts; sail at our yacht club; and camp in one of the ca
bins at Yale's Outdoor Education Center.
Location, location, relocation
Yale is located in New Haven, Connecticut, a center for the arts (music, dr
ama, museums) and academics between New York and Boston. Our campus, with i
ts towers, arches, lawns, courtyards, walkways, and gates, has been called 
"the most beautiful urban campus in America."  You will love living and wor
king here. Relocation assistance is available.

To learn more about this outstanding opportunity at Yale, visit us at: www.  and apply online for position 4242BR. Yale University is an 
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
Yale University

Peter A. Reinhardt, Director, Office of Environmental Health & Safety, Yale

135 College St., 1st Floor, New Haven, CT   06510-2411

(203) 737-2123, peter.reinhardt**At_Symbol_Here**

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