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- Communications Center Specialist I/II/III – 10/14/2011
City of Thornton
Under general supervision, provides 24-hour emergency/non-emergency dispatch services.
- MANAGER PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS – 10/20/2011
Alachua County Sheriff’s Office
NATURE OF WORK:
This is a highly responsible division head position appointed by the Sheriff, and reports directly to the Major of Support Services. Work includes supervisory and management oversight of all aspects of the Alachua County Combined Communications Center, the Alachua County Sheriffs Office Information Technology Unit, and the False Alarm Reduction Unit. This division operates 24/7 and employs approximately 120 full-time civilian staff with an annual budget of approximately $7,000,000. The Combined Communication Center serves the Alachua County Sheriffs Office, Alachua County Fire Rescue, the Gainesville Police Department and Gainesville Fire Rescue, in addition to law enforcement dispatch for the Waldo and High Springs Police Department.
- Director Of Emergency Communications – 10/26/2011
Ray County 911
This position is responsible for the administration and coordination of activities involved with the operation of the Ray County 9-1-1 System. These include: Administer, supervise and coordinate the day-to-day operation of the Ray County 9-1-1 System and communication center including supervision of personnel, finances and maintenance of the system. Maintain the Master Street Address Guide and provide resolution of discrepancies involving addresses and changes to the MSAG and providing updates to the system database. Performs any other related duties as needed or assigned relating to the overall operation and administration of the Ray County 9-1-1 System and centralized communication center.
- REGIONAL ACCOUNT MANAGER – 10/29/2011
POSITION SUMMARY: Responsible to manage the sales cycle and client relationships, along with the pre-sale technical solution determination for channel partners and potential and current clients in a given geographic territory, or as directed by the Sales Manager. The Regional Account Manager provides expert knowledge of our solution and services and provide feedback to the Sales Manager regarding industry trends, pros and cons of how our solution is received and enhancements that need to be made in any area of our business. Plans strategic sales development and meets targets for growth in assigned territory, in a highly competitive market. Highly motivated, self-learning and disciplined individual with ability to work from a satellite office. Extensive travel (up to 50%) is required. Ability to handle levels of stress normally associated with a marketing and sales environment.
- Telecommunicator I – 10/30/2011
Wilson County Emergency Communications
Under direct supervision, performs specialized radio and communications work for the County, serving as radio dispatcher on an assigned rotating shift. Position continuous until filled.