Salary Range: $44,000 - $50,000, depending on qualifications
Pay Basis: Monthly
Position Status: Regular full-time
Function: The primary function of a Police Telecommunicator is to receive and prioritize Emergency 9-1-1 and non-emergency telephone calls from the public. Enters information into a Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system, and processes non-emergency and routine requests for police and security services. Dispatch appropriate emergency services such as police, fire, and emergency medical services. Monitors public safety units in the field. Retrieves computer data for emergency response personnel within the service area. The Police Telecommunicator may provide alarm and closed-circuit television monitoring services while performing multiple tasks concurrently in a fast-paced environment maintaining a professional and positive demeanor. Serves as a Campus Security Authority as defined by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act).
Scope: Impacts law enforcement and security efforts of UTPD.
Physical demands: Must be able to perform extensive standing, driving, walking, and climbing; to lift up to 50lbs. regularly. Must be able to push/pull, stoop, kneel, grasping, talking, hearing, eye/hand/foot coordination.
Working Condition: Exposure to weather, campus environment, as well as general office setting.
High school diploma or equivalent. One year experience in customer service or related field. Basic Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) Telecommunications Operator license or is qualified to acquire a basic license.
Preferred Education and Experience:
Associate's degree or thirty credit hours in Criminal Justice or related field. One year experience in a public safety or emergency communications field.
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