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Emergency Management Director Survey Results

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Reviewed Date: November 07, 2016

Original Author: 
Stokes, Richard
Date of Material: 
Mar 29, 2016


Subjects:
Emergency management--Personnel
Emergency management--Surveys
Emergency management--Tennessee
Personnel--Classification
Personnel--Surveys

Emergency Management Director Survey Results

Summary: 
Twenty-nine cities and organizations were asked whether they have an emergency management director and salary information for that position.

Knowledgebase-Emergency Management Director Survey Results

Emergency Management Director
Survey Results

Does your city have a position of Emergency Management Director? What is the annual salary paid to the position?

City
EMD Position (yes/no)
Salary Comments
Jackson
No
Springfield
No
Munford
No
Goodlettsville
No
Davidson and Sumner Counties have such a position
Athens
No
Gallatin
No
Sumner County has such a position
Bartlett
No
Fire Chief assumes the roll
Murfreesboro
No
LaVergne
No
Mt. Juliet
No
Crossville
No
Partner with County for EMD
McMinnville
No
Farragut
No
Franklin
No
Martin
No
$56,180 Fire Chief serves in this role.
Collierville
No
Columbia
Yes
$76,798
$66,539.20 - $99,798.18
Position is shared with Maury County. City provides salary and benefits; County provides office space.
Cookeville
No
Putnam County has such a position
Chattanooga
No
Kingsport
No
Bristol
No
Sevierville
No
Metro Housing and Development
No
Knoxville Airport Authority
No
Germantown
No
Fire Chief serves as city’s EMD and is responsible for coordination of emergency management activities.
Elizabethton
No
Maryville
No
The Deputy Fire Chief is compensated an additional $2,000 per year for assuming the additional responsibilities of coordinating the emergency management program.
Lawrenceburg
Yes
$39,998.40 - $52,041.60
Clarksville
No
Montgomery County has such a position


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