Jamie Storrie is a crisis manager, who has worked in both Australia and the United Kingdom. Jamie has worked for the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) since 2006 and is currently the Manager of Crisis Preparedness & Response. Jamie is responsible for maintaining national preparedness for oil and hazardous material incidents and manages the AMSA Response School which provides national training programs for emergency management, oil and hazardous material response and search and rescue. Jamie has responded to numerous significant emergencies, notably establishing and managing the operations of the Joint Agencies Coordination Centre as part of the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 and led the response to the Montara Wellhead oil spill in the Timor Sea.
Jamie is a natural scientist holding a Bachelor of Science (Honours) from the James Cook University and Master of Studies (Advanced) from the Australian National University (ANU). He is currently a PhD Candidate within the National Security College of ANU focused on the organisational and leadership behaviours required to manage large-scale crises.
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