Under the supervision of the CEO, CPPGG, the incumbent will –
1.Provide technical support to the State as a Specialist for disaster management and efficiently translate the goals and targets as agreed upon the SDG Vision Document as well as implementation of Sendai Framework. He/she will carry out the following tasks;
•To provide technical assistance in preparation of the Hazard Risk Vulnerability Atlas for the State
•To align the State plans and District plans in accordance with the Sendai framework
•To facilitate State/UT Government Departments in preparation of their Departmental Disaster management Plan
•To coordinate Mock drills, compile reports, compile data during disasters, help in organization of joint workshop with states
•To compile and timely furnish the data and information to NDMA on disaster aspects, implementation of NDMA Schemes and Sendai framework monitoring indicators
•To enhance disaster preparedness for effective response and to “Build Back Better” in recovery, rehabilitation and reconstruction.
•To help in setting up of Disaster database at the State and District level
•To collect reports about the lessons learnt and best practices from the State and exchange/sharing of these among the states and NDMA
•To assist the Department of Disaster Management in identifying opportunities for mainstreaming DRR in development programmes
•To support the State Governments in taking measures for implementation of Sendai Framework for DRR and reporting on the Sendai Framework Monitoring Indicators
•To develop coordination mechanism with the aim of implementing Sendai Framework at State and District levels
•To ensure implementation of Programmes and Schemes of NDMA by States/ UTs
•To help in capacity building and training activities carried out by NDMA
•To liaison with the SDMAs relief Commissioners and other Government Departments dealing with Disaster management.
•To do any other tasks assigned by Department of Disaster Management
2.Support the institution in chalking out strategy for creating resilient communities through scaling up climate smart disaster risk reduction
•Support the centre in identifying the most vulnerable and create effective policy and regulatory frameworks
•Ensure Global Commitments for resilience creation is translated into local action and impact
•Provide support to strengthen the early warning systems and enabling the early action to the communities at risk
•Provide strategies to the centre on integrated approach to disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation.
•Identify global, national and State best practices in Climate change adaptation strategies, document and up-scale them
•Facilitate scaling-up of integrated approaches to climate change adaptation especially for the vulnerable and disaster prone , natural resource dependent communities
3.Generate reports on disaster management actions and resilience creation:
•Coordinate with various agencies and departments to compile data for planning and forecasting.
•Devise campaigns and behavior change communication strategies for the State to adapt to the resilience building
•Ensure effective participation of the people to the mitigation strategies by devising communication campaigns on the eventuality’s disaster.
•Performing other duties within the purview of the programme and any related activities as assigned by the supervisor