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Department Peach County
Job TitleE911 Communication Officer 6PM - 6AM
Salary$37,981 to $40,520
Location Fort Valley, GA

Job Announcement

Peach County, GA





The purpose of this classification is to receive, record, and dispatch 911 calls to the appropriate emergency responders. Duties are performed in a fast-paced Emergency Dispatch Center environment. Communications Officers provide excellent customer service to the public while obtaining information from callers and emergency responders during stressful conditions.


This is a non-exempt, entry-level position. High School Diploma or GED required. Enthusiastic, career-minded applicants, meeting all prerequisite skills and abilities will be trained. Technical/vocational communications training or a closely related field, supplemented by emergency communications training and experience, or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job is preferred. One to two
years’ work experience in the emergency response field and/or customer service field is helpful. Successful completion of pre-employment assessment tests to include (but not limited to) written, oral, and decision-making modules. The computerized assessment test evaluates the applicant’s actual skills, including computer-related skills and multi-tasking capabilities necessary in today’s dispatching environment. Applicant must possess or be eligible to obtain within
first six (6) months of employment valid GCIC Operator, Basic Communication, CPR, Emergency Dispatch, and
POST certifications. Applicant must possess and maintain a valid Georgia driver’s license. DMV history, criminal
background checks, and employment history are required. Applicants must pass pre-employment drug screen.














Please direct questions regarding this position to Chaley-Bridges@peachcounty.net

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