Target Hire Date
04/30/2021 - 28 days to go
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The dispatcher serves as the first point of contact for campus police officers, students, members of the College community and other outside Public Safety agencies.
Essential Functions of the Position:
- Receive phone calls as well as walk-in reports for emergency and public safety-related matters, general college information, facilities management issues and housing questions; refer said calls to appropriate departments.
- Maintain radio communication with officers, dispatch officers to emergency and service calls, monitor BAPERN radio system, and transmit emergency messages to the community. through ENS system when required.
- Monitor campus-wide camera, access and alarm systems via various means.
- Document all activity in department log
- Document reported lost ID's, and issue temporary ID's, as necessary, to community members authorized access.
- Access CJIS/LEAPS terminal for the officers in the field.
- Able to pass an FBI Fingerprint supported Background Check
- Ability to sit for several hours at a time.
- Willingness to work extended, non-scheduled, hours.
- No travel
Please be sure to include a cover letter to best explain which shift would be best suited for your work/life balance possibilities.
Grade of Position: A13N40
Scheduled Weekly Hours: 40.00
Hiring Range: $36,150.00 - $37,800.00
To apply, please visit: https://emerson.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Emerson_College_Staff/job/Boston-Campus/Police-Dispatcher_JR002533
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