Lancashire County Council are looking for three enthusiastic and experienced resilience professionals to join their high-achieving and respected Resilience Team - two Senior Emergency Planning Officers, and an Assistant Emergency Planning Officer.

The Resilience Team, on behalf of Lancashire County Council, ensures there are plans in place for any emergency within Lancashire that could impact on its residents or on the delivery of county council services. The service makes sure that if-and-when an emergency occurs, our response and recovery plans are ready to be put into action and any disruption is minimised.  The team works collaboratively with many organisations who may be required to respond to an emergency.   

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