Site Director- Responsible for overall site management. Strong management and interpersonal skills needed. Good at directing large teams and thinking on your feet.
Security-Responsible for overall visual security and reporting any concerns to onsite law enforcement and Site Director. Provides traffic control inside or outside.
Safety-Responsible for ensuring that basic safety precautions are followed and enforced. Promotes a safe and operational facility for large crowds and children. Usually former military, security, safety officials or electricians.
Counselor/Chaplain-Degreed professional provides basic counseling or religious support services to guest during a disaster response and reports areas of concern or that require focused attention to the Counselor Coordinator.
Communications-Responsible for Ham Radio Operations at the facility. Must possess Ham License.
Health Education-Responsible for providing Health Education regarding current disease/threat (info provided by CDC or Health Authority). Should be comfortable speaking to large groups
Staff/Volunteer Coordinator-Should possess excellent people and organization skills and be very detail oriented.
Greeter-Provides warm and engaging professional welcome setting the stage for a positive experience in the shelter or POD. Organized, attentive and great with people.
Interpreter-Provides language translation skills for guest in a shelter or POD with limited English speaking capabilities. This assignment usually includes an alternate job assignment. (Includes ASL)
Planning/IT-Completes data entry for all state or federal paperwork and ensures accuracy of information being tracked. Also responsible for the facility set up & take down.
Logistics-Responsible for monitoring and distributing POD or shelter supplies. Will coordinate tracking and ordering of additional resources that may be needed including meals for volunteers when they are not available on site.
Supply-Responsible for monitoring, tracking and re-ordering drug inventory at a POD. Ensures that drugs are not depleted during mass dispensing event.
Medical & Support Team
Clinic Manager-Experienced licensed RN or Pharmacist who is responsible for overseeing the operations of a clinic in a shelter or POD. Will direct clinic staff to ensure that medical standards are set and maintained during an emergency.
Triage/Vaccinator/ Dispenser-Provides basic triage, vaccinations or pill dispensing at a shelter or POD. Licensed Professionals including EMT, LVN, and RN or licensed Phlebotomist.
Physician/Medical Evaluators-Provides medical support, direction/recommendations in a shelter or POD. Licensed professionals including MD, DO, Nurse Practitioner, and Physician Assistant
Entrance/Exit Interviewer-Experienced RN reviews prescriptions to ensure that contraindications have been considered and provides additional educational as appropriate.