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  • Jason Campbell, MS, MoCEMEmergency Management Professionalemergencymanager13@yahoo.comSummaryI have completed a Masters of Science Degree in Emergency Management at Jacksonville StateUniversity, my Advanced Professsional Development Series thru FEMA, and accredidation as aMissouri Certified Emergency Manager. I also have over 6 years experience as a firefighter, 10 yearsmanagement experience, and over 90 training certifications in emergency management throughFEMA, MO SEMA, MoFRUTI, and numerous other organizations. Although I have enjoyed my careerof almost 15 years with my current/ main employer, I am seeking to begin a new chapter in my lifeand transition into a career that compliments my current education and career goals.SpecialtiesResidential Construction, Emergency Response, Shelter Operations, and Disaster Planning.ExperienceFounder/ Lead Consultant at Household Disaster Planning ConsultantsSeptember 2011 - Present (6 months) Certifications: • Missouri Certified Emergency Manager (MoCEM) • CPR/AED Healthcare Provider •FEMA Professional Development Series •FEMA Advanced Professional Development Series • Introduction to the Incident Command System (IS 100) • ICS for Single Resource and Initial Action Incidents (IS 200) • ICS Intermediate for Expanding Incidents (IS-300) • ICS Advanced Incident Command (IS-400) • National Incident Management System (IS-700) • National Response Framework, An Introduction (IS 800.b) • National Incident Management System Resource Management (IS-701) • National Incident Management System Public Information Systems (IS 702) • Hazardous Materials Awareness Level - Missouri Division of Fire Safety • Hazardous Materials Operations Level - Missouri Division of Fire Safety • 16 Hour Air Monitoring Course – Environmental Protection Agency • Orientation, Prevention, and Deterrence – Franklin County Homeland Security Response Team • Outdoor Search and Rescue-MUFRTI • Fighting Chimney and Flue Fires-MUFRTI • Automotive Technology and Incident Safety-MUFRTI Page1
  • • Introduction to SNS and Mass Prophylaxis-Texas Engineering Extension Service • Basic EMS Concepts for WMD Incidents- Texas Engineering Extension Service • Emergency Management Concerns for the First Responder in Terrorism and Disasters- Texas Engineering Extension Service • NEW WMD Incident Management/Unified Command Concept- Texas Engineering Extension Service • All-Hazards Emergency Management-International Disaster/Fire Training Institute, Inc. •Plus many more Master’s Degree Level Coursework • Introduction to Emergency Management • Research Methods in Emergency Management • Disaster Response • Hazard Mitigation • Disaster Recovery • Disaster Preparedness • Military Role in Disaster Relief • Capstone in Emergency Management • Business Crisis Management • Biosecurity and BioterrorismIAP Specialist, Resource Unit Leader, Facilities Mgmt Supervisor at ConOPsJanuary 2010 - Present (2 years 2 months) I am an Independant Contractor/Consultant that works on an on-call/Temp employees basis to facilitate mass care sheltering operations upon deployment by FEMA during times of disaster. 1 recommendation available upon requestReserve Firefighter at Boles Fire Protection DistrictMay 2003 - Present (8 years 10 months) Volunteer Firefighter for a very active rural fire district. Work on an as needed basis in fire and medical emergency situations. Seek out any and all training available. o Fire Prevention/Response/Emergency Response Activities o Basic life-saving practices o Public relations o Extensive FEMA training and certification o Extensive State of Missouri training and certificationsDepartment Manager at Dierbergs MarketsMay 1995 - Present (16 years 10 months) I have held various positions with large high end gourmet food and grocery store. I was promoted up through various positions due to a strong work ethic and the ability to go above-and-beyond the Page2
  • task at hand. I was promoted from a part-time stock clerk to night manager within 6months of my initial employment, where I served for three years. I then transferred to the assistant department manager in 1999 then was promoted to my current position of department manager in 2001. Department Manager 1999 – Present I have overseen both the frozen foods and diary departments (the two highest profit centers of any given store). The department manager is responsible for all operations and oversight of that particular area of the store – from ordering to inventory management and stocking (and all attendant paperwork) – to customer and employee satisfaction. Spearheaded a plan for large order quantity buying that locks in special discounts that results in an increase of profits while lowering consumer costs – this plan resulted in a 1st year increase of profits (over 140k in increased profits). o Associate Supervision o Training and Associate Evaluations o Ordering and Inventory Control o Merchandising and profit margins o Customer service Night Manager 1996 – 1999 The night manager’s primary responsibility is the oversight for all store operations during the night shift with a reduced nighttime work force. o Supervised 10-30 associates o Inventory control and restocking oversight o Store and property cleaning oversight o Preparing the store for the next day’s activities o Ordering and inventory control o Merchandising and profit margins o Employee training and supervision o Customer servicemember at MFDEA Disaster Response Team Member2010 - 2012 (2 years)Volunteer/Intern at Franklin County Emergency ManagementJune 2009 - December 2010 (1 year 7 months) As an emergency management volunteer/intern, I worked on increasing my practical knowledge in emergency management to compliment the post graduate emergency management education that I have completed. Accomplishments: o Major player in the revision of the county’s emergency operations plan o Updated/Maintained the county’s CAMEO hazardous materials database Page3
  • Skills & ExpertiseEmergency ManagementEmergency OperationsDisaster PreparednessDisaster ResponseDisaster RecoveryICSNIMSPreparednessCrisis ManagementPublic SafetyIncident ManagementFirefightingBusiness ContinuityProblem SolvingConstructionFirst AidVolunteer ManagementCpr CertifiedContingency PlanningMicrosoft OfficeRisk AssessmentStrategic PlanningPlanningCertificationsMissouri Certified Emergency ManagerMissouri Emergency Preparedness Association April 2010 to April 2013EducationJacksonville State UniversityMasters of Science, Emergency Management, 2008 - 2010 1 recommendation available upon requestUniversity of Missouri-Saint LouisBachelors of Science, Criminology and Criminal Justice, 1995 - 2004St. Louis Community CollegeAssociates of Arts, Fine Arts, 1992 - 1995 Page4
  • Jason Campbell, MS, MoCEMEmergency Management Professionalemergencymanager13@yahoo.com2 people have recommended Jason "Jason Campbell is a highly knowledgeable honorable American citizen that has plans to assist Laura in future in the training development in becoming a certified 1st responder in efforts with Operation Noahs Ark Organization. I look forward to an awesome future to make this world a more peaceful world to live in. Thanks for all your help!" — Laura Bacon, was Jasons client "Jason provided strong leadership skills on group projects. He worked well with team members on coordinating, editing and submitting research projects and the required PPT presentations. Also, Jason has been resourceful in creating his own business and has offered assistance to classmates with their future prospective careers, which is greatly appreciated." — Bella W. Benefield, Health Care NCO 68W20, Medical Detachment, studied with Jason at Jacksonville State UniversityContact Jason on LinkedIn Page 5