Salary: $4,195 monthly Answers and responds to emergency (9-1-1) and non-emergency calls for police, fire, EMS, public works, animal control, and water service. Evaluates and prioritizes the needs of the caller, dispatches the appropriate personnel, provides pre-arrival instructions (when needed), and while operating various types of communications equipment. Other duties include entering information into federal, […]

Deadline to apply: Fri. Feb. 28, 2020 Hours:  Full-time, 40 hours/week.  Must be flexible to work days, evenings, nights, weekends, holidays. Compensation: $19.69/hr base pay during training. Upon completion of training, $19.69/hr + Regional Pay of $166.67 bi-weekly (24 pp) combined to an equivalent to $21.61/hr. ** Certification Pay available for those with Intermediate, Advanced, & Master Telecommunication Certificates from […]

Salary Range $40,000 to $45,000 Annually DOQ The Tarrant County 9-1-1 District is recruiting for the position of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Technician. The successful candidate will report to the Manager of the GIS Department and will be an integral part of the District’s GIS and Operations teams. Under direct supervision of the GIS Manager, […]

Call Taker – System Status Controller SUMMARY:   Personnel in this position are directly responsible for properly deploying and monitoring the status and locations of all on-duty units.  These individuals must use approved System Status Management techniques which ensures the efficient and appropriate use of those resources.  Controllers serve as the first contact with callers […]

Under direct supervision of the Dispatch Supervisor operates equipment and coordinates all emergency calls coming into the Police Department for Police/Fire/EMS services. Position requires constant contact with the public in stressful situations that require clear thinking, calmness, stability, discretion, good judgment, and clearly understandable speaking skills. This position is also responsible for prisoner book-in and […]

Starting Salary $44,000 (yearly) Responsible for operating central base radio equipment to provide timely and accurate transmittal of information and messages regarding City operations. Responsibilities do not extend beyond providing employees with the information needed to provide services. Employees in this class report to a Communications Supervisor. Dispatchers may supervise other dispatchers with lesser skills. […]

Under general direction of the Tactical Telecommunicator Supervisor, operates telecommunications equipment to receive and evaluate incoming calls for police, fire and medical assistance and dispatch appropriate personnel and equipment to emergencies; operates and monitor the various CCTV systems, terminal alarms, and provide surveillance support for daily incidents and criminal cases to local, state, and federal […]

Dispatcher II ADDITIONAL PAY OFFERED FOR TCOLE CERTIFICATION! Duties include receiving and dispatching emergency calls from citizens requesting police service; maintaining contact with police field units; entering, updating and retrieving information from teletype networks; and providing assistance in taking reports over the telephone. Duties require being able to work an eight or 12 hour shift […]

Job Summary Receives citizen and other incoming 9-1-1, emergency or non-emergency calls, analyzes nature of call depending on life and death status as circumstances are described by conversation, provides verbal emergency or non-emergency assistance or information and depending on situation priority directs or dispatches call information to appropriate City individuals/departments for immediate or follow-up action. […]

THIS POSITION IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED.  SALARY: 20.39 – 20.39 Hourly USD Under general supervision answers incoming emergency and non-emergency calls for police, fire, and EMS; processes and updates calls for service in the Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system; prioritizes and dispatches calls to emergency responders and accurately manages unit location; and enters, retrieves and confirms […]

JOB SUMMARY Operates city emergency communications system consisting of telephone, radio, teletype and other related equipment. QUALIFICATIONS High School diploma Eighteen years of age Type a minimum of 40 wpm Knowledge of computers and office machines Emergency Communications Experience Preferred Salary Range: $42,906 to $57,498 annually Position open until filled Learn More

The Burleson Police Department offers public safety communication specialists an exciting and rewarding public service position with excellent benefits and a retirement plan. This position receives emergency and nonemergency service calls and transmits messages via various communication systems consisting of 911 emergency lines, TDD, radio, and data terminals which operate 24 hours a day, 7 […]

The purpose of this position is to ensure the safety of the City’s residents and employees through the proper handling of the City’s emergency services calls. This is accomplished by answering and responding to emergency and non-emergency calls for police, fire, medical, water, public works and animal control services, evaluating and prioritizing needs of caller, […]

The purpose of this position is to prioritize emergency and non-emergency requests for Police & Fire Department assistance received on 9-1-1 and administrative telephone lines; coordinate and dispatch appropriate response to requests for assistance; provide radio and telephone communication support to Police, Fire and other city departmental personnel; perform clerical duties related to Emergency Communications. […]

Under supervision of the Police Support Service Supervisor.  Receive requests for police, fire and medical services via multi-line telephones, including E911 lines and Computer-Aided Dispatch (CAD); dispatch public safety units, including police, fire and EMS; operate various telecommunications equipment; simultaneously attend to telephone and radio traffic while inputting and extracting data from computer systems; prepare […]