CLDR Program Manager

Integrate

  • Develop local awareness of CLDR and how CCLS can provide valuable support to those affected by disasters. Establish your role as contact.
  • Be involved in your local Red Cross or disaster emergency management group
    • Network & attend local meetings as available (i.e. Community Organizations Active in Disaster (COAD) meetings, Mental Health team meetings, Training opportunities, committees).
  • Create working relationship with regional CL affiliate chair and local CL manager(s)
    • Promote awareness through articles, group meetings, presentations, their website/newsletters, training opportunities, etc.

Organize

  • Develop and maintain a list of CCLS’s who are willing to be called upon for local disaster incidents (fires, shootings, fatal accidents, etc.)
  • Encourage CCLS’s to obtain CDS volunteer certification through CDS training
  • Maintain communication with local responders

Respond

  • Coordinate & assign CLDR local responders during local disaster incidents
  • Compile and restock “emergency play pack” to provide to utilize during local responses

Administrate

  • Report at least monthly to CLDR Directors (communicate support/needs)
    • Communicate support/needs
    • Report CLDR and any CDS response activity (CLDR will then report CDS involvement to CDS)
    • Report CLDR local responder roster (updates)
    • Provide feedback on CLDR local program development
  • Certified Child Life Specialist
  • Certified CDS volunteer
  • Leadership experience
  • Complete any required Red Cross trainings for local involvement
  • Submit resume and cover letter to [email protected] or fill out contact form online
  • Interview with CLDR team
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