part time 911 Communication Dispatchers
you feel as though you can meet the demands of this profession, submit
your application by February 8, 2018 and plan to attend the skill
analysis testing session on the date shown below.
The test will be given at the Justice Center.
In addition to this test, each qualified applicant will, at a
later date, be interviewed, and then be required to submit to a
polygraph examination, criminal and traffic record check, and employment
DATE & TIME: February 10, 2018 at 10:00 a.m.
Wayne County Justice Center 201 W. North Wooster, Ohio
The 911 Communication
Dispatcher operates as a primary point of contact to coordinate,
monitor, and record police, fire, and EMS activities ensuring prompt
response to assistant in emergency and routine situations.
*High school diploma or
equivalent * Must possess a valid driverís license
*Proficiency in typing.
*Must be able to pass an interview, background check and Computer
Voice Stress Analysis (CVSA) or polygraph.
*Must be available to
work various shifts including day, afternoon, night hours,
holidays, and weekends on a rotational basis as needed.
*Previous 911, police,
fire, or emergency medical dispatch experience preferred but not
required, will train.
Skills, & Abilities
Ability to proficiently
type on a standard computer keyboard.
Ability to listen
accurately, retrieve facts, derive meaning.
Ability to operate in an
interactive, culturally diverse group environment.
Ability to function
effectively in high stress emergency situations.
Ability to handle several
Ability to communicate
effectively in person, by phone, by radio, and through written
Ability to exercise
flexibility, good judgment, and discretion.
*Operate as primary point of contact to
coordinate, monitor, and record police, fire, and EMS activities
ensuring prompt response to request for assistant in emergency and
routine situations. * Responsible for dispatching emergency personal in
an efficient manner to emergency and service calls. Provide direction,
information, and assistance to callers and visitors.
The Wayne County Sheriff's Office accepts
applications on a continual basis for the position of deputy sheriff.
Please note that you must be a certified peace officer, or obtain
certification within one year of appointment, for any position as a
Applications may be picked up at the Justice
Center, 201 W. North Street, Wooster, or you may click
here to complete and print an application form to be mailed. Applications
may also be dropped off at the
Justice Center between normal business hours. If you choose to mail
in your application, please affix the proper postage and address your
envelope to: Wayne County Sheriff's Office, Attn: Human Resources, 201 W.
North Street, Wooster OH 44691.
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