Nominee should hold a title similar to: Nominee should hold a title similar to: dispatch supervisor, shift supervisor, supervising dispatcher, supervisor, shift manager, shift supervisor, communications supervisor, communications shift supervisor, operations supervisor, emergency resource supervisor, telecommunications supervisor, senior fire/law communications supervisor.
Nominee should be tasked with responsibilities similar to: 1) Plans, organizes, establishes objectives; resolves difficult and complex operational issues; participates in the administration of a Communications Center and supervises one or more employees. 2) Is familiar with all operations and functions expected of subordinates and demonstrates that knowledge on a regular basis. 3) Monitors and evaluates staff performance for completeness, accuracy and compliance with established policies and procedures. 4) Recognizes performance issues and takes appropriate measures to correct or praise employees. 5) Quickly prioritizes and organizes operational functions and makes appropriate decisions in stressful situations. 6) Recognizes and mitigates potential issues within, or affecting, the Communications Center and able to diffuse tense situations. 7) Maintains a professional attitude at all times and ensures employees maintain the same. 8) Promotes a positive working relationship with subordinates as well as supervisors, coworkers, and other professional entities.
Nominee should be tasked with responsibilities similar to 1) plans, developes, schedules and conducts on the job and/or classroom training for 9-1-1 and public safety communications call-takers, dispatchers, and supervisors. 2) Evaluates trainees' skills and job performance. 3) Assist with developing and enhancing trainees' professional knowledge, skills, and abilities through in-service training or career development training. 4) serves as a Partnership instructor for basic communications or continuing education courses.
Nominee should be tasked with responsibilities similar to: 1) function as a front-line dispatcher or call-taker for police, fire and/or EMS agencies. 2) Operates telecommunications equipment to receive emergency and non-emergency phone calls. 3) Determines situations from callers and ascertains all required information for dispatch of a call. 4) Relays information to a dispatcher (if a separate position) via CAD or manual dispatch cards. 5) Operates radio equipment to dispatch first responder units to request emergency services; receives radio traffic from first responders; monitors emergency and support radio frequencies. 6) Maintains unit status and practices both decision-making and multitasking skills. 7) Operates computer equipment to assist both officers and citizens with the retrieval of information. 8) Maintains security and confidentiality in the performance of assigned duties.
Nominees should hold a working title similar to systems Administrator, Information Technologist Specialist, Information Technologist, Network Administrator, Systems Engineer, Senior Computer Analyst, CAD/GIS Administrator, Network Services Supervisor, NCIC/CAD System Manager, Technician, 9-1-1 Systems, Information Technology Coordinator, Senior Project Manager, Records Technician (Master Addressing Guide - MSAG Coordinator), Mobile/CAD System Administrator, Information Technology Specialist 4, IT Tech and Address/Mapping Coordinator, Operations Support Technician, GIS Analyst, Radio Technologist etc.
Nominee should hold a working title similar to Radio Frequency Director, Electronics Communications Technician, Telecommunications Engineer, Communications Technician Supervisor, Senior Communications Technician, Radio Lead Technician,Radio Technician, Technical Systems Administrator, Radio Frequency Engineer,Communications Technician, 9-1-1 Systems Technician, Telecommunication Services Engineer, Radio Network Engineer, Radio Frequency Systems Engineer Manager, etc.
Nominee should be tasked with responsibilites similar to: 1. Manages the installation, operation, and maintenance of equipment. 2. Knowledge of current NFPA code adoptions for public safety in-building radio systems. 3. Maintains knowledge of 700 MHz, 800MHz, 900 MHz, and P25 radio communications systems and equipment. 4. Establishes work priorities, implements schedules, coordinates, supervises, and assists with the installation of systems and equipment; troubleshoots complex installation problems and makes appropriate modifications to support member agencies. 5. Possesses experience in UHF/VHF radios, repeaters, digital/analog microwave and extensive network of mobile radios. 6. Demonstrates ability to work with many different user agencies. 7. Has knowledge of radio network administration and connectivity principles, processes, protocols, and systems security. 8. Prepare sand maintains various records of maintenance and operation as required by theFCC including renewal of FCC licensing. 9. Installs and/or oversees the installation of radio site ground, antenna systems, security systems, carrier equipment, emergency power generators, fuel systems, towers, transmission lines, and site alarm status reporting equipment. 10. Maintains current experience in state of the art electronic equipment repair, including bench repair and radio transmitting and receiving equipment. 11. Plans for infrastructure additions, site expansions and improvements as necessary to insure coverage and systems reliability. 12. Assists in troubleshooting and maintaining the communications network and computer-based systems to ensure inter-operability with other government agencies and offsite access in emergencies.