The Stevens County Sheriff's Office is seeking a full-time dispatch/jailer. The right candidate will be dependable, can effectively multi-task and has an interest in law enforcement and public safety. A high school diploma and one-year clerical, administrative or dispatching experience or a combination of training and experience are required. Computer experience/knowledge required. Extensive on-the-job training is provided.
Receiving, prioritizing and managing multiple simultaneous emergency and non-emergency calls utilizing a multi-line telephone system and 800mHz radio. Ability to operate multiple informational computer based programs while logging accurate radio and telephone communications in order to dispatch appropriate police/fire/EMS to a response. Processing complaints (via telephone and in person) and making appropriate referrals on a broad variety of public safety matters utilizing reference materials and standard operating procedures. Ability to maintain composure during emergency and stressful situations.
Typical schedule is 40 hours per week. Union, non-exempt position. Hourly wage range $18.77 - $26.60. Employer contribution of $800/month to be used toward group health insurance with option to purchase dental, vision, life insurance, Critical Illness, Hospital, Accident, STD and LTD. Employer contributes 7.5% into the Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA). Generous paid vacation and sick leave and 11 paid Holidays per year. Prior to employment, candidates must successfully pass a criminal history background check and fingerprint submission.
DEADLINE: 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021.
ADA accommodations available.
Stevens County is an EOE