The Bureau of Environmental Surveillance and Policy (BESP) collects and analyzes environmental health services data, exposure data, and health data to inform and improve environmental health policies, programs, emergency preparedness and response. The Residential Building Assessment (RBA) project is developing plans, training, and data systems to support rapid assessment of essential building systems and environmental conditions in buildings greater than 6 stories in areas impacted by coastal storms, power outages, flooding or other events that may disable essential systems in large numbers of buildings. RBA is a joint initiative of DOHMH and the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) aimed at notifying appropriate city resources to initiate actions supporting prompt restoration of building systems and environmental conditions for needed to maintain habitability. RBA will also inform post-emergency canvassing operations (PECO) of individual dwelling units and residents to assess needs of vulnerable populations. The candidate will: - Planning data management operations and activities - Organizing drills and exercises to train data management staff - Establishing staffing process and staffing plans - Assisting in identifying, evaluating and implementing technical solutions for field data collection, analysis, and presentation - Collecting, maintaining, and analyzing data sets to support operations. - Working with other city agencies to establish data sharing protocols and practices. - Defining data management processes and protocols.