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Dispatcher - Communications Technician I
- Type:Full Time
- Salary/Pay Rate:$41,630 - 54,932 depending on qualifications
- Posted Date:02/03/2020
The Town of Herndon is accepting
VA certified dispatch candidates only, at this time!
- Receives emergency and non-emergency calls for service and dispatch assistance to the citizens of the town
- Responsible for receiving requests for service from citizens, dispatching police units on an assigned shift, operation of the public safety radio system and related record keeping tasks
- Provides information, answers questions and/or refers callers to appropriate personnel, town department or outside agency as appropriate; assists citizens on a walk-in basis with request for service, complaints and questions
- Performs other work as required
Position is considered “essential personnel”; defined as staff who are required to report to their designated work location during weather related or other emergencies, even when town offices are closed or normal operations are suspended
- High school diploma or GED
- One to two years previous experience and/or training involving telecommunications or, an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience
- Completion of Basic Telecommunications School
- Ability to obtain and maintain VCIN/NCIC Level A Certification
- Must be at least 18 years of age
- Must be a United States citizen or have been a lawful resident of the United States for the past 10 consecutive years
- Ability to communicate in Spanish a plus
- Written examination, background investigation, polygraph test, psychological evaluation and interview
- Rotating schedule, includes nights and weekends
- Herndon Police Department, 397 Herndon Parkway