Illinois National Emergency Number Association


INENA Employment


Applications are now being accepted for the position of Telecommunicator for the new Waukesha County Consolidated Public Safety Communications Center (completed January 2004). The new Communications Center is a state of the art; stand-alone 12,000 square foot facility dedicated to communications and includes a dedicated training center. Telecommunicators provide countywide emergency communications (including EMD) for Law Enforcement, Fire, and EMS (by the end of 2004 will provide service for more than 50 agencies). The Communications Center is an Enhanced 911 PSAP utilizing Spillman CAD, Motorola 800mhz Trunked Radio system, and Positron 9-1-1 situated on Watson Dispatch consoles. Requires high school graduation or GED with 2 years of post high school experience. Desire prior experience as a dispatcher/EMD in a public safety radio communications system; prior knowledge of Windows software applications; ability to type 25 WPM; good hearing; clear speaking voice; and ability to work 1st, 2nd, and 3rd shifts. Salary range: $16.65-$19.12 per hour plus excellent benefit package including health, dental, life insurance, paid vacation, sick leave, holidays, plus much more.

Applicants must apply in person, typing test required at time of application. Skills testing tentatively scheduled to take place on March 9th and 10th. NO RESUMES PLEASE. Please apply at: Waukesha County Administration Center, Human Resources Division, 1320 Pewaukee Rd. Waukesha, WI 53188 (262)548-7044 Hearing Impaired Number (262)548-7903 Equal Opportunity Employer

For more information or to receive pictures of the communications center or to arrange a tour (if you are or will be in the area), please contact Paul Logan, Communications Supervisor at [email protected] or 262-446-5083.

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