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KCSO 9-1-1 Communications Specialist

As a KCSO 9-1-1 Communications Specialist, you’ll embark on an exciting career as the primary link between people who desperately need help and people who provide it.

Each day in our center is an adventure -- no one can predict what the next phone call will bring. Will you handle an accident? Talk a victim through domestic violence? Initiate a search and rescue? Or will you be the lifeline to a deputy needing help on the street?

Become a KCSO 9-1-1 Communications Specialist and make a difference today.

911 Government Relations & Outreach Manager

King County Department of Information Technology is looking for a skilled, knowledgeable, highly motivated, and enthusiastic team player to collaboratively lead the government relations and outreach efforts for the E-911 Program Office. The Government Relations and Outreach Manager is a key member of the E-911 management team and is primarily responsible for building, engaging, promoting and maintaining healthy and positive relationships with our PSAP, legislative, state and local government, and other external partners.

Become a KCSO 9-1-1 Communications Specialist and make a difference today.

Police Communications Dispatcher-I

Join the Seattle Community Safety and Communication Center team to answer the Seattle Police Department’s 9-1-1 and non-emergency telephone lines, screen and process those calls from the general public, and make quick decisions about the handling of those calls. The work environment is dynamic and fast-paced. The ideal candidate will possess strong multi-tasking and critical thinking skills and has worked in a fast paced, high-stress environment and/or has a background in social services, psychology, or other related fields. The City of Seattle offers a great benefit package including a pension, healthcare and a minimum starting annual salary of $62,848.80.

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Valley Com 911 job openings

Valley Com 911 is an accredited, nationally recognized 9-1-1 emergency dispatch center providing quality emergency response and dispatch services to the communities we serve. Valley Com employees follow 6 guiding principles of reliability, transparency, compassion, accountability, teamwork and continuous improvement.

Employment opportunities generally fall into two categories; Operations (Communications Officer I & II) and Administrative support positions (IT, HR, Finance, Training and Administrative Services). We offer a great working environment, competitive pay and excellent benefits for all positions. Benefits include medical and dental insurance, retirement and paid training for operational positions. Please click the links below for more information.

Valley Com 911 job openings.

PSERN Executive Director

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Port of Seattle

Port of Seattle Police and Fire Communications center is a primary public safety answering point (PSAP) for all areas of The Port of Seattle jurisdiction which includes SeaTac International Airport and 30 miles of Seattle waterfront property. Our center is located at SeaTac International Airport. Our dispatchers answer 911 emergency calls from landline phones and cell phone calls along with calls for non-emergency police and fire calls. Port of Seattle dispatches for the Port of Seattle Police Department, Port of Seattle Fire Department and Burlington Norther Railroad Police. We also work closely with various other State, Local and Federal agencies. Port of Seattle Police/Fire dispatchers provide professional service for our first responders, travelers, employees, residents, and citizens . All of our dispatchers are crossed trained in police dispatching, fire/medical dispatching and call taking. In 2020 we processed 97, 643 total calls for service which included 4457 medical calls. Come join our team of dedicated and highly trained dispatchers and work for an unique agency that offers competitive wages and a generous benefit package that includes a 4/10 work schedule, paid time off, full family medical coverage, supplemental pension and is Teamster 117 Union represented.

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Washington State Patrol

Communications Officer 1 / Dispatcher Series (Applicant Pool 2020+) | Job Details tab | Career Pages (governmentjobs.com)

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NORCOM

Are you looking for a career that's rewarding AND pays well? Join a team of professionals who contribute to NORCOM's positive and inclusive culture where everyone in the organization wants you to succeed. Every NORCOM Telecommunicator is cross-trained on 911 calls, police dispatch and fire dispatch. We offer fully paid medical, dental, and vision insurance for employees, participation in PERS, a 4x10 schedule and robust Paid Time Off program. To be considered, sign up to take the written 911 Dispatcher test at Public Safety Testing and have your scores sent to NORCOM. A minimum score of 80% on the written exam, 35 WPM on the typing test and a completed Personal History Statement are required to be considered. Candidates who successfully complete all steps of the hiring process will be placed on a wait list for future new hire classes.

University of Washington Police Dispatch

Join our unique communications team at University of Washington Police Department! We are proud to serve the students, staff, and visitors of the University of Washington's Seattle campus. Our team forms the critical link between the community and our triple-accredited police department's public safety resources.

Our dispatchers answer 911 and non-emergency phone lines, as well as dispatching police, security, and additional university services. Starting pay dependent on experience.

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