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Brown County

Public Safety Communications

Looking for an opportunity to make a difference?  Do you want to be an essential role in a successful new department?  Apply today for the position of Communications Supervisor.  This critical position is responsible for coordinating, supervising and otherwise managing the daily operation of a shift (or team) of Public Safety Communications Telecommunicators.  Typical tasks include supervising, directing, assigning work and evaluating the performance of subordinate staff.  Oversee and supervise the transmission and receiving of messages to and from User Agencies via public safety radios, 9-1-1 telephone lines, data terminals, and other communication equipment.  Coordinate emergency situations and major incidents.  Ensure staffing levels, oversee training and develop special projects and policies for the Center.  Resolve conflicts as they arise among and between personnel and/or user agencies.  Act as telecommunicator when necessary.  Five years of experience in public safety dispatching and/or communications systems, EMS, fire or law enforcement work required. A two-year degree in Supervisory Management or a related field and supervisory experience  and experience training employees is desired; or any equivalent combination of training, education and experience which provides the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities.  Starting salary:  $41,901.  To apply, obtain and submit an employment application to:  CITY/COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES DEPT., 305 E. Walnut St., Room 620, Green Bay, WI  54301;  (920) 448-4065; Deadline:  4:30 p.m., Friday, January 25, 2002. www.co.brown.wi.us; EOE (1/25/02)


Fargo, North Dakota
Moorhead, Minnesota

The Regional Emergency Communications Authority Board is seeking an experienced, progressive administrator to establish and manage the operations of a new joint dispatch center.  This center will provide public safety emergency and non-emergency dispatch services for the law enforcement, fire and EMS agencies in Cass County, North Dakota, and Clay County Minnesota, including the cities of Fargo, North Dakota and Moorhead, Minnesota.  The proposed center has the strong support of the participating public safety agencies and local elected officials.

·      Cass and Clay counties have a combined population of 174,367 and cover 2,810 square miles.  The director will be given the challenge of establishing the multi-jurisdictional, two-county and two-state emergency communications center.  Minnesota State University and Concordia College are located in Moorhead and Fargo is the home to North Dakota State University.  The two communities offer a quality of life rich with cultural, social, and recreational resources.

·      Responsibilities of the position include planning, developing, coordinating, and managing all aspects of a communications center that operates in a 24-7 environment with multiple jurisdictions.

·      Technical responsibilities include serving as a database systems administrator, providing for system support, maintenance, and updates of all equipment.

·      Supervisory responsibilities including hiring, training, employee relations, scheduling, evaluation performance, recommending performance improvement plans, and discipline.

·      Administrative responsibilities include complying with all applicable federal/state regulations, preparing and managing the budget, short long term planning, providing information, reports, and support for the Regional Emergency Communications Authority Board, and performing liaison duties with all involved jurisdictions as well as the public.

·      The director will report exclusively to a seven member Operations Board of Directors comprised of local public safety directors.

·      The successful candidate will possess a comprehensive knowledge of the principles and procedures used in business administration, modern record management, and an understanding of complex radio, computer and telephone systems, as well as their integration into the emergency response function.  The successful candidate will have education and experience including a four-year degree and two years of management experience working with emergency communications systems


·      Five years of experience working in law enforcement records, communications and 911 systems providing an equivalent combination of education and relevant management experience.

·      Salary DOQ 60-70K.

·      Submit detailed resume, including references by February 1st, 2002 to City of Fargo Human Resources, 200 Third Street North, Fargo, North Dakota, 58102.  Fax: 701-476-6707 or email [email protected]      EOE (1/31/02)

Various Computer Positions

Colorado Springs, CO

El Paso – Teller County Enhanced 9-1-1 in Colorado Springs, Colorado is seeking applicants for three computer positions. They are: