U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Federal Emergency Management Agency

Resource: Individual Assistance Disaster Assessment Team Leader (See Definition Below)
Category: Other
Kind: Personnel
Minimum Capabilities (Component) Minimum Capabilities
(Metric)
Type I Type II Type III Type IV Other
Personnel Completed Following Trainings:
FEMA IA, Vol. Management Donation Management

Completed mission as administrative lead on
2 federally declared disasters as IA Team leader. Extensive knowledge of all programs (see comments for specifics) as well as assisted writing SAP- completed 10 years in EM in Human Services position

Completed mission as administrative lead on federally declared disasters as IA Team leader. Good knowledge on all programs (see comments for specifics), completed 5 years in EM in Human Services position

Completed mission as IA lead team member on federally declared disasters. Working knowledge on all programs (see comments for specifics), completed 3 years in EM in Human Services position

Completed mission as any member of an IA team on federally declared disasters. Attended classes on all programs (see comments for specifics)

 
Equipment Laptop with wireless Internet capabilities

Laptop with wireless Internet capabilities

Equipment provided by requesting State

Equipment provided by requesting State

 

Comments:

Individual responsible for leading the individual assistance disaster assessment team. (See Individual Assistance Disaster Assessment Team) Possesses an administrative knowledge of IA areas: Complete understanding of the State’s other needs; assistance-State administrative plan, good working knowledge of NEMIS program. Administrative knowledge of the immediate/regular Crisis Counseling program, Manufactured Housing program, IA Housing program. Programmatic/administrative knowledge of SBA disaster loans, IRS disaster program, USDA food stamps/commodities disaster program, legal aid, Farm Services, Administration on Aging Services. Ability to work with personnel issues, as well as work closely with the public information department. This team is not part of the Incident Command System, but rather is a specialty team that may be called on during times of need.



National Mutual Aid & Resource Management Initiative
Emergency Management