911 Dispatcher

911 dispatchers are responsible for coordinating a prompt and efficient response to requests for
POLICE, FIRE, or MEDICAL services.
Emergency 911 dispatchers have primary responsbility for the initial deployment of personnel and equipment.

→ Base Salary $58,000 to $80,000 with annual step increases *Subject to Contract approval*
→ Training with an opportunity to earn sought-after professional certifications
→ Performance bonus, shift differential pay, and overtime
→ Health, Dental, Vision, Life, and Disability insurance
→ Paid sick, holiday, and vacation time
→ Flexible spending account
→ Tuition reimbursement
→ Education incentives
→ State Pension

An emergency 911 dispatcher has primary responsbility for the initial deployment of personnel and equipment.

→ Follow established procedures, employ common sense, and maintain a calm demeanor to provide aid and support to emergency personnel and ensure that messages are clear, concise, and delivered in a timely manner.
→ Utilize the Computer-Aided Dispatch (CAD) system for all dispatched activity.
→ Maintain and retrieve records, files, and infomation for prompt communication to field units and department personnel.
→ Demonstrate excellent communication and computer skills.
→ Maintain situational awareness of local, regional, state, and national emergencies and events.

→ Experience in 911 EMD, Police, and Fire is required.
→ Highschool diploma or equivalent required.
→ Candidates preferred with the following certifications:
• LEAPS/CJIS certification
• NG911 Equipment certification
• APCO public safety telecommunications
Certifications can be earned through PCSD training - Speak with ADS DeFrancesco.
→ Candidates must successfully complete a background investigation.
→ Candidates must have excellent communication and computer skills.
→ 911 Dispatcher is a full time position.

Full Job Description for Dispatchers

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Plymouth County Sheriff's Department is an equal opportunity employer. The department does not discriminate based on race, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, age (if 40 years of age or older), sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, genetic information, color, veteran status, handicap, pregnancy or a condition related to said pregnancy.