Assistant Area Commander Planning, ACPC
- Assembles information on individual incident strategies and objectives and determine potential conflicts based on the following information:
- Wildland Fire Situation Analysis
- Delegations of Authority
- Objectives from Incident Action Plans
- List of Incident Management Teams critical resources
- Incident Status Summaries
- Agency Administrator direction
- Maintains an Area Command Incident Status Summary including critical resources by operational period by incident.
- Prepares recommendations for allocation and/or reassignment of critical resources.
- Prepares and distribute Area Command Team decisions.
- Prepares and facilitate Area Command briefings as requested or needed.
- Establishes direction for demobilization of critical resources.
- Ensures demobilization plans are coordinated between Incident Management Teams and agency dispatchers.
- Maintains unit log and log of strategic decisions.
- Assures Area Commander re-delegates authorities to Incident Commanders as needed.
- Prepares and maintains information for Area command documentation package:
- Area Command briefing agenda(s) and schedules
- Phone lists/organization charts
- Area Command Delegations of Authority, roles, performance and other written agency administrator direction
- Incident Management Team performance ratings
- Dated priority/critical resources
Position Knowledge and/or Requirements
- Area Command S-620
- Satisfactory performance as an Incident Commander or general staff on a National Type 1 IMT
- Satisfactory position performance as an Assistant Area Commander, Planning on a wildland fire incident
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