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Public Safety Radio Dispatcher (PSRD) Trainee

 

This position is a dynamic and integral link in the chain of public safety for the City of San José.  It is part of the 44 people who receive emergency and non-emergency calls for service, dispatch and direct Fire Department emergency vehicles and personnel, and support other non-emergency services in the City. 

 

The PSRD uses a computer aided dispatch system, several ancillary software programs, a fully computerized telephone system, ergonomic sit-stand workstations, and a city-wide radio system daily.

 

The PSRD trainee salary rate is $64,875.20 annually

The PSRD classification salary range is $72,051.20 - $87,588.80 annually

 

The application period for this position closes January 26, 2017 at 11:59 PM. 

 

For more information about San José Fire Department Communications,

visit the following website:      

www.sjfd911.org

You may view the full job announcement and apply for this position online

https://sanjoseca.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobdetail.ftl?job=1700004&lang=en

 To receive e-mail updates regarding future recruitments,

sign up for the “SJFD - Dispatcher Recruitments News Flash List” at

www.sanjoseca.gov/list.aspx

 

 

 

 

Public Safety Radio Dispatcher (PSRD) Trainee San Jose CA

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