OPPORTUNITIES EXIST FOR PERSONNEL WITH MILITARY BASE CAMP LOGISTICS EXPERIENCE AND THOSE WITH INSTITUTIONAL FOOD SERVICE EXPERIENCE TO WORK HURRICANE RESPONSE POSITIONS.
IMMEDIATE NEED FOR PEOPLE WITH EXPERIENCE SETTING UP MOBILE EQUIPMENT IN ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS TO INCLUDE UTILITY HOOKUPS
Multiple opportunities exist for individuals interested in working temporary contract positions in the Gulf States during the 2017 hurricane season. We are building and supporting base camps, servicing humanitarian groups, industry and emergency response teams. You can reside in your current city and state and we pay for all transportation costs to and from the job location. In addition, food and housing is provided for the duration of the project. Wage potential is competitive with much overtime.
Personnel are needed for base camp operations. These positions will support all base camp operations including but not limited to food services/catering, set up and ongoing maintenance of portable showers, laundry facilities, housing units and kitchens. Think of this as a mobile hotel. Positions available include:
· AFIMAC Operations Site Manager is responsible for all areas of the contract firm to include Housing, Resources, Maintenance, Food Services, and Reporting. The AFIMAC Operations Site Manager reports to the Company Contract Administrator (Base Camp Manager).
· Resource Officer is responsible for ensuring all inventory reorder points, ordering, receiving, distribution and accountability for reporting purposes is maintained and other responsibilities as directed by the Operations Site Manager. Works closely with all other AFIMAC Personnel to ensure adequate supplies are readily available at all times. Ensures Resource/Re-supply reports are directed to the Reporting Officer. AFIMAC will attempt to purchase all re-supply inventories from local merchants with the exception of food & water.
· Housing is responsible for ensuring all temporary structures are properly erected and maintained (coordinates with Maintenance Officer), proper segregation of male/female, night/day shift, coordinating linen exchange, coordinating structure maintenance and cooling and other responsibilities as directed. Ensures housing reports are directed to the Reporting Officer.
· Maintenance Officer is responsible for all AFIMAC contractual obligations regarding maintenance to include, housing, vehicles, HVAC, laundry, showers, food services, waste management and other responsibilities as directed by the Operations Section Chief. Direct reports of the Maintenance Officer include the Waste Management Technician(s), Electrician(s), and Plumber(s). Ensures maintenance reports are directed to the Reporting Officer.
· Administration Officer is responsible for structuring any additional reports required by your organization in addition to AFIMAC Reporting. The Reporting Officer will work closely with all AFIMAC Contract Officers to establish reporting policies and procedures as defined by the Base Camp Manager; collate any reports into a single submission document. The Reporting Officer reports to your organization’s Base Camp Manager, but administratively reports to the AFIMAC’s Operations Site Manager.
· Food Services Officer is responsible for coordinating the initial food inventory for deployment with the Resources Officer, ensures the variety of menu, quality of nutrition, adequate food for meals, quality of delivery, quality of service and a safe kitchen environment. The Food Services Officer reports to AFIMAC’s Operations Site Manager. Direct reports include all chef/food services support personnel. Ensures inventory re-supply reports are directed to the Resource Officer and meal reports are directed to the Reporting Officer.
· Security Officer is responsible for all related activities for AFIMAC on site. Responsible for the planning, strategy, organizing, coordinating and directing of security personnel at the job site to include supervision of logistical support, health and welfare. Responsibilities also include, the safety of all employees and your organization’s or AFIMAC’s personnel entering or leaving the premises. If there is no Project Manager available then the Security Officer becomes the chief liaison between your organization and AFIMAC, police agencies, media and all outside contacts and AFIMAC on site. Responsible for all the staffing and payroll decisions on site including relieving of positions, demotions, firing or promotions as the situation warrants within AFIMAC policies and guidelines. Can delegate authority but not responsibility.
Able to mobilize within 24-48 hours
Able to be away from home for up to 60 days
Able to work 7 days a week, 12 hours per day
Up to date on current vaccinations
Pass drug and background screening
Able to work in harsh environments & all elements; hot, cold, rain, sun
Able to be housed in hotels, bunkhouses or tents during the project
Able to work in pressure situations and handle stress
Able to follow a chain of command
Agree to complete all required training
For consideration please complete an online application at www.afimacglobal.com UNDER LABOR, or forward resume to email@example.com. We will review your application and if you meet our qualifications a recruiter will call you to further discuss the opportunities.
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