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Posted on November 8th, 2019 5:59pm
Listing title: 2 Full Time Dispatch positions
Business name: Jefferson County 911 Central Dispatch
Website address to apply online or learn more: https://jeffersoncounty.in.gov/280/Employment
Business contact's email address (will not be published unless included in the description below): firstname.lastname@example.org
Business contact's phone number (will not be published unless included in the description below): 812-273-3131
Job description, qualifications, etc.: The Jefferson County 911 Central Dispatch is accepting applications for 2 Full-Time dispatcher positions. These positions will answer 9-1-1 emergency and non-emergency calls. The candidate must be able to obtain accurate, essential information to process each call according to established protocols, and use a Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system to enter all relevant information for dispatch. You must be able to type 30 wpm, mutli-task, make important decisions quickly, handle incoming calls, process information promptly while under stress, operate appropriate radio channels, and operate various computer applications. Additionally, there may be times that the candidate must be able to work various shifts.
Mail your resume and completed application along with a letter of interest to:
Jefferson County 911 Central Dispatch Center
320 E Main St
Madison IN 47250
no later than 4pm on Friday December 13, 2019
No Phone Calls Please
Benefits: Starting salary based on experience. Health, Dental and Vision insurance. Public Retirement Fund with employer contribution, sick time, personal time, and vacation time.
Qualifications: Must possess a high school diploma or have passed the General Education Development (GED) exam. Must be able to obtain and maintain current IDACS certification from the Indiana State Police, and any training and/or certifications by NENA/APCO. Must be able to pass a comprehensive background investigation, have no felony convictions and pass a pre-employment drug screen and have a valid drivers license.
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