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Management Manager

Location:
New Delhi, Delhi, India
Salary:
20 lakh + incentives
Posted:
March 23, 2019

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C-**, Mo No 099********

Sewak Park Email Id ac8vjy@r.postjobfree.com

New Delhi-59

Nakul Kumar Tarun (BE+MBA(DM) + 15 Yr exp.)

Personal Information

Name:-Nakul Kumar Tarun

Father’s Name: Mr. Girindra Kumar

Date of Birth: 14/ 01 /1978

Nationality: Indian

Languages Known: English, Hindi and German.

Passport no: H4785263

Blood Group:O+ve

Name of the organization currently working with

Super Highway Lab private Ltd. Since 14 Jan 2016.

(Shuttl.com) Shuttl is a mobile based office bus company.

Position in organization

Manager, Emergency Response Team (ERT)

TOR

1. Provides professional assistance in risk analysis to identify emergency-prone conditions/situations and contribute to early information timely preparedness to avoid business interruption.

2. Identifies formal and informal sources of information including government departments. Collects, interprets and analyses all available data on the evolving emergency and its implications to the Shuttl operation. Keeps the effective flow of information and communication crucial for the planning and implementation of emergency measures.

3. Assists in organizing and conducting staff training for the office’s capacity building for uninterrupted Shuttl operation.

Branding

4. organize social activities with government and share space with government to improve the brand value under CSR Scheem.

5. Assists supervisor with assessment of local emergency and security situation. No case of stop operation.

6.arrange government support and Provides input in and contributes toward determining priorities and an appropriate intervention by man on ground handling operation and marketing activities.

7. Participates in Implementing the Security/emergency preparedness and response plan as necessary. Assists in identifying urgent staffing requirements and redeploying office staff. Follows up with the timely delivery of assistance to the affected, and monitors the appropriate and effective use of available resources.

8. Responsible for all government relations and contract and sub contract management.

9. Responsible for organizing joint activities with Govt departments.

Experience

More than +15 Years

Key Qualifications/

Expertise

Disaster Management including DRR and CCA

Emergency Response

Capacity Development

Safety and Security

Project Management

Project Monitoring and Evaluation

Contractor and subcontractor Management

Information Technology

Government Procurement

Land-use/land cover mapping

Preparation of SDMP/DDMP

Education

MBA in Disaster Management from GGSIPU, Delhi in 2005-2007 batches with 70.22%.

Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science & Engineering from Dr. K.N.Modi Institute of Engineering & Technology, Modinagar in 1997-2001 batches with 78%.

Few Important Trainings

Basic & Intermediate CourseonIncident Command System fromCenter of Disaster management, Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Mussorrie.

Legal Framework for Disaster Management at the National

Institute Disaster Management (NIDM).

CertificatesfromWorld Bank Institute (WBI),Washington(one month online course)on Disaster Risk Management

ComprehensiveNaturalDisaster Risk Management Framework

Financial Strategies for managing Economic Impacts of Disasters

Course on Community Based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM)

Climate Change & Disaster Management

Damage & Reconstruction Needs Assessment (DRNA)

Safe Cities

Course on Earthquake Risk Mitigation

Risk Analysis

Publications

Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction Convergence: An indicator for Sustainable Development,2013

Preliminary Analysis based on GIS and Remote Sensing Technologies of Jammu and Kashmir Flood Disaster, 2014.

Flood Management and Response in Assam – Particularly in Reference to the Study of Four Selected Vulnerable Districts, namely Barpeta, Dhemaji, Dhubri and Jorhat, 2014.

Editor for the newsletter “Resilience” released quarterly from IPUDMA, GGS Indraprastha University, Delhi.

Hazard- Risk Assessment and Mitigation Measures for West Delhi District, Delhi, India, 2014.

Role of Geospatial Techniques in Incident Command System for

Disaster Management, 2014.

School Fire Safety Plan, 2011.

How to organize a mock drill, 2011.

Teaching experience

Visiting faculty at GGSIPU Delhi for MBA in Disaster Management Course for Subject “GIS & Remote Sensing in Disaster Management” and Incident Response System since 2009 to till date.

Employment Record

Worked as Regional Response head at SAARC Disaster Management Center New Delhi. Sept 2014 to December 2015.

Handled Regional Response Mechanism including capacity Development of the region to respond any Natural Disaster. SAARC is an organization of Eight Countries including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Pakistan and Srilanka.

Worked as Consultant at Centre for Disaster Management, LBSNAA, Mussoorie- April 2014 to August 2014.

Completed study of Flood response plan including capacity development plan of four most vulnerable District of Assam

Worked as Consultant MHA, on strength of United Nation Development Programme (UNDP)-April 2013 to March 2014.

Worked as Dy. Project Director (Fire Projects), DGCD, Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA)-August 2010 to March 2013. I was in charge of Strengthening of fire and emergency services of India. Under this scheme we accessed the gab in resources required and resources including manpower.

Worked as Assistant Technical Specialist (ATS) in Risk Management Solutions India (RMSI )-April 2010 to August2010.

Dy. Manager (GIS/Disaster Management) in Ramky Enviro Engineers Limited - July 2008 to April 2010.

Worked as Assistant Network Administrator in German embassy- October 2001 to July 2008

GIS and Remote Sensing Software Proficiency

ArcGIS ArcInfo9.1 and ArcInfo9.2

ERDAS IMAGINE 8.6-9.1

Computer Proficiency

Operating System: Win 20XX.

Database, Statistical and other Computer Skills:MS OFFICE,SYSTAT

References

Shri Sanjay Agrawal, Director, CVC, Delhi. Phone no. 23438154

Shri M. P sethy, Sr Consultant, SDMC, mo no 995-***-****

Dr. Indrajit Pal, Associate professor, LBSNAA, Mussoorie.ph.no.

013********.

DECLARATION:

I hereby declare that the information furnished above is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.

(Nakul Kr Tarun)

List of important government projects in which I was directly associated.

Sl. No.

Name of Assignment

Brief Detail

a.

GOI-UNDP project on Enhancing Institutional and Community Resilience to Disasters and Climate Change (2013-2017)

GOI-UNDP project on “Enhancing Institutional and Community Resilience to Disasters and Climate Change (2013-2017)” would provide technical support to strengthen capacities of government, communities and institutions to fast-track implementation of the planning

Frameworks on Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation. The project with an overall budget of US$ 6.117 million will be implemented in 10 states viz Assam, Andhra

Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Kerala, Maharashtra, Orissa, Sikkim, Tripura and Uttarakhand. In total, 25 districts, 10 cities and 10,000 villages would be targeted over a during the project duration.

b.

"Flood Management and Response in Assam – Study of four

vulnerable districts

(Barpeta, Dhemaji, Jorhat and Dhubri district)"

The scope of the study is to review the existing mechanism of disaster response andmanagement by the district administration. The review should specifically look at the completeness ofthe study with respect to hazards and vulnerability as well as to what extent the capacities have beencaptured. Finally the review should address the learning by the district administration in terms ofdifficulties faced during disaster for response, relief and thereafter rehabilitation.

c.

Preparation and development of District Disaster Flood Management Plan (DFMP) and District Disaster Management Plan (DDMP) of all 18 districts of State of Chhattisgarh

The purpose of preparing this plan was to evolve a system to assess the status of existing resources and facilities available with the various departments and agencies involved in disaster management in the state of Chhattisgarh. Assess their adequacies in dealing with a disaster; identify the requirements for institutional strengthening, technological support, up gradation of information system and data management, for improving the quality of administrative response to disasters at state level.

d.

Preparation and development of State Disaster Management Plan (SDMP) State of Rajasthan

The purpose of preparing this plan was to evolve a system to assess the status of existing resources and facilities available with the various departments and agencies involved in disaster management in Rajasthan. Assess their adequacies in dealing with a disaster; identify the requirements for institutional strengthening, technological support, up gradation of information system and data management, for improving the quality of administrative response to disasters at state level.

e.

Preparation and development of State Disaster Management Plan (SDMP) State of Haryana

The purpose of preparing this plan was to evolve a system to assess the status of existing resources and facilities available with the various departments and agencies involved in disaster management in Haryana. Assess their adequacies in dealing with a disaster; identify the requirements for institutional strengthening, technological support, up gradation of information system and data management, for improving the quality of administrative response to disasters at state level.

f.

Preparation and development of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) of emergency support functions at state (Uttar Pradesh) level for UPAAM

The purpose of preparing SOPs was to evolve a standard system work pre-disaster, during and after disaster for smooth functioning of Emergency Support Functions (ESFs).

g.

Fire Hazard and Risk Analysis in the Country (India)(Rs 10 Cr)

Director General NDRF and Civil Defence, Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), Government of India, initiated carrying out GIS based Fire Hazard & Risk Analysis in the Country for identifying existing gap in terms of No. of Fire Stations, Fire Personnel and equipments with an objective to Prepare Capital Investment and Institutional Strengthening Plan for Accelerated Development of Fire and Emergency Services in the Country.

h.

Up-gradation National Fire Service College (NFSC) Nagpur (Rs 205 Cr)

The overall objective of this scheme is to enhance the capacity of the College to meet the requirements of specialized professional training in all aspects of fire namely fire prevention, fire protection and fire fighting, urban search and rescue, medical first responder and also to cater for research, documentation and consultancy requirements in the field. Under this project Rs. 141.80 cr. was earmarked for various construction works and Rs. 58.20 cr. was earmarked for the procurement of equipment for NFSC. Rs. 5 cr. was kept for engagement of an international consultant.

i.

Strengthening of Fire and Emergency Services in Country(Rs.200 Cr)

Strengthening of Fire and Emergency Services in the Country(India) to transform the Fire Services into Multi-Hazard Response Force capable of acting as First Responder in all types of emergency situations. Strengthening of Fire and Emergency Services in the Country. Coverage:- 28 States and 573 Districts, Major component :-Purchase of Capital Items (Advanced Water Tender, Quick Response Vehicle, High Pressure Pump and Combi- tools ),Training of trainers, School safety and Advertisement and publicity for awareness generation.

j.

National Disaster Emergency Management (NDEM) (Rs.900 Cr)

National Disaster Emergency Management (NDEM)is conceived as a GIS based repository of data to support disaster/ emergency management in the country, in real/ near real time and this database will support the total cycle of disaster/ emergency management in the country viz planning, mitigation, preparedness, response, recovery and rehabilitation. NRSA, Department of Space, Hyderabad would be the nodal agency responsible for designing, developing and implementing the NDEM. The mirror image of the database would be setup in MHA under the supervision of a team of experts located in the office of MHA.

k.

National Disaster Communication Network ( NDCN) Rs 943 Cr.

National Disaster Communication Network project in April, 2011, with a view to provide a reliable, responsive and dedicated communication and IT support for effective disaster management at the National, State and District levels, with optimum redundancy and diversity, coupled with dynamic integration, reconfiguration and management capabilities in a seamless environment for a total outlay of Rs.943 crore.



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