Emergency Management Commissioner
- Critical leadership and strategic direction role
- Operational standards for performance in consultation with responder agencies
- Lead on complex emergency incidents
The Emergency Management Commissioner (EMC) provides leadership for emergency management in Victoria, including driving improvements, particularly for operational capability and interoperability. During a major emergency, the EMC has an overarching role to ensure that the response and recovery is coordinated, and control arrangements are in place. The EMC has responsibility for coordination before, during and after major emergencies, including the management of consequences of an emergency.
Emergency Management Victoria (EMV) was established in July 2014 and plays a key role in implementing the Victorian Government’s emergency management reform agenda.
EMV supports the Emergency Management Commissioner, who has overall responsibility for coordination before, during and after major emergencies including management of consequences of an emergency.
EMV is an integral part of the emergency management sector and shares responsibility with a range of agencies, organisations and departments for ensuring the system of emergency management in Victoria is sustainable, effective and community focussed.
For more information on the organisation, visit: www.emv.vic.gov.au
Expressions of interest – please call David Baber, Partner of Fisher Leadership on 1300 347 437 and quote reference DOJemc0523 for further information and to discuss your suitability.