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Position TitleJob NumberJob DescriptionPay Scale
Emergency Planning Technician

Assists the Health & Safety Coordinator in helping participating school districts to implement changes and programs related to emergency planning; Documents compliance with emergency laws and regulations and assists in completing reports as needed; Conducts workshops, drills and other similar activities in order to keep participating school districts current with changes in laws and regulations concerning multi-hazard approach to emergencies and Homeland Security issues; Performs building inspections and completes assessments regarding potential hazards; Creates digital floor plans to identify rooms, utilities, exits, etc., to aid in emergency response activities; Assists participating school districts in collecting all pertinent information from manufacturers and other agencies concerning resources needed and available for assistance during emergency situations; Provides and/or organizes training and informational programs in conjunction with emergency response agencies for school employees, students, parents, and community groups. Conducts threat assessment, site evaluations for security and safety vulnerabilities.

Health and Safety Technician

Assists the Health & Safety Coordinator in helping participating school districts to implement changes and programs and to document compliance with health and safety laws and regulations; Conducts workshops and other similar activities in order to keep participating school districts current with changes in laws and regulations concerning health and safety issues; Provides and/or organizes training programs for school employees regarding toxic substance law, First Aid/CPR, use of Automated External Defibrillator (AED), American Red Cross Shelter Worker Training and other related issues; Performs building inspections to assess the risks of occupational exposure to asbestos, radon and other environmental hazards; utilizes scientific instrumentation to assess environmental conditions; Assists participating school districts by maintaining databases to manage supplies for Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs), collects and organizes all pertinent health hazard information/Safety Data Sheets from manufacturers and other agencies concerning toxic substances and cleaning supplies; Conducts mandated Department of Health drinking water and wastewater sampling; Conducts "train the trainer" workshops; Assists participating school districts in implementing Emergency Planning, policy and procedures as required by New York State Department of Education and other governing agencies; Assists participating school districts with establishing record keeping systems for trainings, inventories, and periodic inspections; Act as a local liaison for the New York State Department of Education by assisting participating district with all concerns relating to building and fire code violations.

The Orange-Ulster BOCES does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, national origin, age, ancestry, sex, pregnancy, disability, sexual orientation (actual or perceived), predisposing genetic characteristics, domestic violence victim status, military status, lawful off-duty activities, genetic information or testing, arrest or conviction, and marital status and any other legally protected status in its educational programs or employment practices. The Coordinator of Title IX and Section 504 is Kerri B. Stroka, Assistant Superintendent, Orange-Ulster BOCES, 4 Harriman Drive, Goshen, New York 10924; (845) 291-0100