PART-TIME DISPATCHER/TELECOMMUNICATOR – County of Davie
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How to Apply:
Davie County Communications
Description of Work: This position performs skilled call taking and dispatching work in the Davie
Emergency Communications call center as needed to fill vacancies. An employee in this position is
responsible for processing emergency and non-emergency calls for service for all Davie emergency
services and vital non-emergency agencies instituted by Davie County and all the municipalities
boundaries. Regular, predictable, full attendance is an essential function of the job.
• Able to work in a high stress environment.
• Able to multitask, tracking multiple calls and responding agency with accuracy and efficiency.
• Able to assist responding agency with the geographical locations that compose Davie County.
• Able to assist citizens in times of crisis and ensure proper services are met.
• Able to document essential call information for legal purposes through the centers Computer
Dispatch (CAD) software.
• Able to utilize the communications CAD system software, the 911 Vesta phone systems, and be
proficient in radio dispatch techniques.
• Ability to work flexible hours to meet the needs of Davie County in a 24 hour, 7 day, 365 days
Communications Center operation.
• Be reliable, dependable and report for work.
Education and Experience
• GED/ High school education or higher.
• Experience as a public-safety dispatcher telecommunicator in a police, fire, and EMS or
emergency communications center is desired but not required.
Licenses and Certificates
• Must possess and maintain certifications as Emergency Medical Dispatcher (EMD), Emergency Fire
Dispatch, Emergency Police Dispatch and Division of Criminal Information Modules 1-3, and current
American Heart Association CPR Certification. Must possess a valid unencumbered Driver License.
Hourly: $15.37 (FLSA Status Non-Exempt) Not to exceed 19.5 hours
Apply online at www.daviecountync.gov under Employment
This is a safety-sensitive position and therefore will be subject to random drug screenings