The City of Campbell is looking for an experienced Emergency Services Coordinator with practical experience in emergency response program planning and execution. If you're passionate about ensuring the safety and resilience of our community, we encourage you to apply for this impactful position.

salary & benefits


  • Emergency Services Coordinator Salary: up to $73.80 per hour.


  • Retirement: CalPERS - Formula is dependent on hire date and member status in CalPERS. Please see our benefit summary for more information.

  • Health Insurance: Effective January 1, 2024, the monthly Cafeteria Plan Allowance will be based on selected level of coverage, as follows: Employee Only Coverage: $986.84; Employee Plus One Coverage: $1,973.68, Employee Plus Family: $2,565.78 to use towards a CalPERS medical plan or cash out opt: $750/month.

  • Vision/Dental Insurance: The City pays the monthly premium for employees and their eligible dependents through VSP and Delta Dental.

  • Deferred Compensation: City contributes $50 per pay period Mission Square Retirement 457 Plan available.

  • Flexible Spending Account (FSA): City will contribute $30.76 to a FSA which can be used for IRS eligible medical or dependent care expenses. Effective the first pay period in July 2023, the City will increase the FSA contribution by $25 per period for a total of $55.76 per period. Effective the first pay period in July 2024, the City will increase the FSA contribution by $25 per period for a total of $80.76 per period.

  • VEBA Plan (Voluntary Employee Benefit Association): City contributes $69.24 per pay period.

  • Vacation: Accruals are based on length of service. Employees can earn 11-21 days of vacation based on years of service.

  • Sick: Accrued at an unlimited rate of 3.69 hours of sick leave per pay period.

  • Life Insurance: $50,000 + $50,000 AD&D Life Rate is .27 cents per $1,000: AD&D rate is .04 cents per $1,000.

  • Long Term Disability Insurance: The plan provides for 2/3 of monthly base salary up to a salary maximum of $4,500 per month. The maximum benefit is $3,000 per month. Elimination Period is the first 30 days of each disability. City pays entire premium.

  • Holiday: Receive 10 paid holidays and 5 days of floating holiday.

  • Tuition Reimbursement: $3,000 per fiscal year.

  • Bilingual Pay: $100/pay period if eligible.


Typical duties will include, but are not limited to:

  • Maintains the City’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) functionality through resourcing, training, and development of best practices;

  • Maintains EOC equipment and supplies; schedules regular testing procedures to ensure operational efficiency;

  • Continually reviews new and accepted EOC procedures to keep the EOC current and efficient;

  • Facilitates and or attends planning meetings with stakeholders to develop comprehensive emergency plans;

  • Develops plans relating to the City’s potential exposure to hazards and risks.


Education & Experience:

  • Equivalent to a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university, with major course work in emergency management, business administration, public administration, or a related field.


  • Two years of experience involving emergency response program planning, implementation, and monitoring.

Highly desired training and certificates:

  • Incident Command System (ICS) course work in ICS 100, 200, 300, 400, IS 700& 800 as outlined by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

  • FEMA or Office of Emergency Services (OES) Master Exercise Program Practitioner training.

  • Certificate of Emergency Management or its equivalent, issued by the International Association of Emergency Managers, or a comparable recognized management association.

Knowledge of:

  • Federal, state and local emergency services organizations, programs and objectives;

  • Principles of staff training, development and public education;

  • Issues related to Emergency Preparedness for natural and human caused disasters, such as earthquakes, hazardous materials, civil defense, and floods;

  • Methods for regional coordination and Federal, State, and local collaboration;

  • Principles of emergency preparedness;

  • International and domestic threats;

  • Principles of threat risk mitigation and vulnerability assessments.

Ability to:

  • Work closely with, and engage the cooperation of, diverse groups, including volunteers, City employees, and Federal, State, and local public safety agencies;

  • Make effective presentations, provide training and information on various subjects, including emergency preparedness, homeland security, and other related areas as directed;

  • Perform analysis in disaster planning, emergency management, and department resource allocation;

  • Interpret and apply Federal, State, and local laws, ordinances, and regulations;

  • Coordinate activities across multiple City departments and other agencies;

  • Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; and

  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

  • Be able to respond to emergency events on a 24-hour basis if needed.

Possession of:

  • Valid California Driver’s License.