Hancock County Regional Communications Center
911 Public Safety Dispatcher
The County of Hancock is accepting applications for a full time position as a 911 Public Safety Dispatcher. Applicants must be a high school graduate or equivalent, and have no criminal history. Potential applicants will have to pass a criminal background check and a multi-step screening process. Applicants without previous experience must be able to obtain all required certifications for continued employment. This position requires shift work with scheduled overtime, and includes overnights, weekends and holidays.
The successful applicant(s) will be responsible for the operation of communications equipment including radio, telephone and computer systems to gather and disseminate information to dispatch police, fire and medical agencies, coordinate with outside agencies as required to support ongoing incidents. Multi-tasking skills in a busy environment are essential. Paid training will be provided to obtain required certifications. Starting wage is $17.96/hr without experience.
Interested applicants can contact Bob Conary (HCRCC Director) or go to the RCC on the lower level for an application.
The County Reserves the right to reject any and all applications and to select the applicant(s) most qualified. Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate is selected.