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A Dispatcher I is a civilian employee of the Police Department who performs a variety of tasks in the Department’s Support Services Division. The Dispatcher I receives incoming calls for police assistance and response; acts as a primary Dispatcher when appropriate; performs a variety of general support duties related to police communications; completes a wide variety of general clerical duties.
The Dispatcher I duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
The City of Albany is looking for qualified applicants who are interested in a fast-paced, rewarding career as a Public Safety Dispatcher. The job classification for this position falls under the Communication Clerk job description with the City. This position offers you a competitive salary, excellent benefits, and the ability to be a part of a cohesive team environment.
The mission of the Livermore Area Recreation and Park District is to provide the people of the Livermore area with outstanding recreation programs and a system of parks, trails, recreation areas and facilities that promote enjoyment, lifelong learning and healthy active lifestyles.
Application Start Date: August 1, 2019
Application Deadline: Open until filled
Schedule: Hours vary. Must be available to work evenings, Monday-Thursday and late nights on weekends, Friday-Sunday.
The Coordinator is responsible for providing the highest quality of guest service to all visitors. The Coordinator will be responsible for administrative duties and assist at various City facilities, as assigned. In addition, the Coordinator will monitor facility rentals and support the special events. This is potentially a year around part time position.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES (This is a general description of duties and is not all-inclusive)
POSITION: The Police Public Service Assistant III works within the Police Department’s Animal Services Unit to provide customer service to the many people visiting the animal shelter. Duties include taking in stray and surrendered animals, adoption interviews, answering phones and e-mails as well as animal behavioral assessments. In addition, the PSA III will assist the shelter officer with other related tasks. This is a long-term temporary assignment and may work up to 20 hours per week.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: