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Service Branch Director
Service Branch Director, SVBD
Provides for the safety and welfare of assigned personnel to the incident.
Establishes and maintains positive internal and external interpersonal working relationships.
Gathers information necessary to assess incident assignment and determine immediate needs and actions.
Evaluates and shares with Logistics Section Chief pertinent information for the section which may affect incident management at logistics meeting.
Develops and implements a branch operating plan.
Determines branch capabilities and limitations.
Reviews contracts and agreements to make sure all unit leaders understand them and ascertain their impact on the branch.
Attends section meeting with unit leaders and other necessary personnel.
Provides financial summary information on current incident operations.
Supervises the branch.
Maintains unit log, ICS 214, and ensures all reports and forms are complete, accurate and timely. Checks periodically.
Position Knowledge and/or Requirements
Interpersonal skill level to communicate, verbally or in writing, with local, state and national politicians or the private sector.
Qualified as LSC2.
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