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Communications Operations Supervisor and Communications Dispatcher I

Clackamas County, Oregon

 

 

Clackamas County

Department of Employee Services

900 Main Street

Oregon City, OR 97045

Phone: 503-655-8459

Website: www.co.clackamas.or.us  

 

 

Salary: See Below

 


Application Deadline: 2/4/04 by 5 PM

  

 

 

 

Become part of Clackamas County (South Metro Area of Portland, OR) 9-1-1!

 

Our dynamic team serves 14 agencies, including 5 law enforcement agencies and 9 fire and medical service providers.

 

Excellent benefits and paid retirement contribution.

 

 

COMMUNICATIONS OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR:

 

$3553 - $4797 Per Month

 

We are seeking an additional supervisor to perform the highest level technical duties and responsibilities for shift supervision in the operation of a 24-hour central communications system. Individuals possessing lead work or supervisory experience in a consolidated public safety communications center are encouraged to apply.

 

COMMUNICATIONS DISPATCHER 1 (IN TRAINING):

 

$2726 - $3434 Per Month* ($17.97 - $22.64/hour)

*Salary subject to change, pending outcome of current contract negotiations.

 

We are seeking experienced, professional, dedicated dispatchers. We are committed to our dispatchers receiving complete cross-training and maintaining currency in all skills to dispatch police, fire and medical units. Competitive candidates will possess a minimum of two years (three or more years preferred) public safety communication dispatching experience in a comparable dispatch center.

 

COUNTY EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION REQUIRED

 

 

Detailed job announcements and application materials available at:

 

Clackamas County Personnel

900 Main Street

Oregon City, OR 97045

503-655-8459

 

OR

 

Download an application packet from our website:

 

http://www.co.clackamas.or.us 

 

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