MRCKC Executive Committee Administrative Officer
Position Summary: The Administrative Officer is responsible for working with the Executive Committee and Work Groups, as the need arises, to ensure that the appropriate administrative issues of the Medical Reserve Corps of Greater Kansas City are addressed, in particular, issues such as liability insurance for MRCKC volunteers and memorandum of understanding (MOUs) with regional partners for particular services should be addressed by the Administrative Officer.
Elected By: MRCKC Full-Corps
Length of Term: 2 years, with eligibility for re-election to one additional 2 year term, if desired.
Time Commitment: 100% of Chaired Meetings, 80% of Executive Committee Meetings, 60% of Full Corps Meetings,
2 Events open to all trained MRCKC Volunteers
Reports To: The Executive Committee
- Works with the MRCKC Executive Committee, the MRCKC Advisory Board, and MARC staff to determine what documents (i. e., MOUs, contracts, etc.)need to be in place in order for the MRCKC to provide services in the community
- Works with the Medical Services Officer, the Nursing Services Officer, and MARC staff to determine that liability for the services provided by the various types of services that the MRCKC provides is adequately covered
- Participates in at least two MRCKC Events per calendar year. Events must be open to all trained MRCKC Volunteers and cannot
be an MRCKC Executive Committee or Workgroup meeting. Examples include but are not limited to: Community outreach events, training, workshops, and regional exercises.
- Responds to requests for information via telecommunications within 48-hours of receipt for non-urgent messages and within 24-hours of receipt for urgent messages
- Completion of all training required of MRCKC Volunteers
- A commitment to the value and mission of the MRCKC
- Knowledge, experience and appreciation for the work of volunteers
- Comprehensive understanding of how the MRCKC integrates into the KC Metro Region
- Comprehensive understanding of Regional Homeland Security Coordination Committee structure, policies and methods of operation
- Strong organizational and administrative skills
- Knowledge of KC Metro Regional Disaster Volunteer initiatives
- Positive working relationship with KC Metro stakeholders and ability to demonstrate diplomacy when working with local, state and federal planning and response partners
- Ability to pass a Red Cross background check