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The County of San Mateo, Office of Public Safety Communications is looking for positive, professional, mature, enthusiastic, flexible and responsible individuals for 911 Communications Calltaker positions.
911 Calltakers perform a variety of telephone and computer aided operational duties in performing call taking of law enforcement, fire, and emergency medical dispatch (EMD) calls, and other public service agency calls including non-emergency and business-related calls.
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The City of Gilroy is recruiting for the full-time position Public Safety Communicator in the Police Department. This is a lateral position requiring two and one-half years of public safety dispatching work experience. The general goal of the Communications Unit is to provide 24 hour emergency communication response for all police, fire, and medical emergency calls for service in a courteous and professional manner.
The Office of Councilmember Peralez is recruiting for a Community Relations Coordinator/Representative to assist communication and public information efforts of the District office. The selected individual may be classified as Community Relations Coordinator or Representative, based on relevant education and experience. Education and/or experience in the fields of marketing, communications, public information or public relations is highly desirable. The following are examples of the types of job duties and responsibilities the selected individual may be responsible for:
The Palo Alto Communications Center is seeking highly motivated, positive, and people-oriented candidates for part-time per diem Public Safety Dispatcher positions. Shift coverage is needed on day, swing, and overnight shifts. This position is only open to candidates with one or more year(s) of experience as a Public Safety Dispatcher in California in the previous five (5) years. Per Diem Public Safety Dispatchers must commit to working a minimum of one (1) shift per month.
The Menlo Park Police Department demands the highest level of professionalism from its employees. We maintain that employee contact with the public should inspire respect and generate cooperation and approval from the public we serve.
The Menlo Park Police Department strives to provide the best possible police services. For more than 80 years, our department has worked hard every day to protect those who live, work and visit the City of Menlo Park. We achieve this through crime suppression and problem solving, crime analysis and development of crime prevention strategies.