The Communications Operators serve as the primary link between the public, police, and fire personnel. Operators dispatch police and fire apparatus utilizing a computer-aided dispatch system; receive emergency telephone calls and assist citizens with requests for service and general inquiries; refer calls to other agencies; make appropriate notifications, exercise independent judgment in dispatching units and prioritizing calls; provide information to police personnel regarding warrants, driving records and property; and provide pre-arrival EMS instructions and life saving directions over the telephone. We are looking for flexible, dedicated and motivated individuals who have a proven background in job performance.
To read more about becoming a Communications Operator, download the POST Exemplary Public Safety Dispatcher information guide.
If interested in applying, please download the application below, fill it out completely and email it to email@example.com.
Under general supervision, performs professional accounting functions involving the preparation and reconciliation of payroll, purchasing, accounts payable and receivable, accounting records, prepares accounting schedules and worksheets related to special projects and audits, and performs other related duties as assigned.
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