In the job, you'd be answering multiple phone lines for emergency and non-emergency calls, operate a radio console, receive and transmit voice radio messages and requests for assistance.
You'd also be interacting with people who call police and fire for help and able to get important information to give first responders the information they need to do their jobs safely and efficiently.
The job requires a high school diploma, familiarity with the city, a calm demeanor and excellent oral and communication skills.
The 40-hour per week job pays between $37,984 and $45,355 per year. The application period closes March 10.