40 HOURS PER WEEK W/BENEFITS
HOURS MAY VARY TO INCLUDE EVENINGS AND SATURDAY MORNINGS
The Director will be responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and supervising the overall operation of the E 911 Center. The Director directs and supervises staff, including assigning and delegating work projects, scheduling employees to ensure proper staffing levels are maintained, and performance management including evaluating work performance, coaching, mentoring, and suggesting corrective action for performance and conduct issues. Oversees the training of emergency dispatch personnel; instructs employees in the proper methods of operating communications and dispatch equipment, monitoring specified radio frequencies and dispatching public safety personnel and equipment; oversees the training of new employees on the receiving, dispatching and monitoring of routine and emergency communications; assigns, supervises and evaluates the work of supervisors. Performs all duties of a Telecommunicator, Communications Training Officer, Chief Communications Training Officer and Supervisor when required, responsible for Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement Program. Must be available for response to 911 Center during emergencies and for problems that may arise after regular working hours, this includes weekends, evenings, and holidays. This position is responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and supervising the overall operation of the E 911 Center. This position reports directly to the County Administrator, and ultimately to the Morgan County Commission.
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Emergency Telecommunicator- Trainee/ETC1
Please complete Morgan County Employment Application & submit a Resume. Applications & Resumes can be submitted to the County Commission Office