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Public Safety Radio Dispatcher Trainee -- San Jose Fire Department

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 Salary range: $2,422.40 biweekly during training, $69950.40 - $85030.40 annually thereafter. 
 

This position is a dynamic and integral link in the chain of public safety for the City of San Jose.

 

PSRDs answer emergency (9-1-1) and non-emergency calls from the public, gather information from callers, dispatch appropriate field resources, provide callers with life-saving medical and safety instructions, track the status of field resources, handle resource requests from field units, and assist in the management of emergency events and city-wide field unit coverage.

 

The selection process may include: one or more panel interviews, a practical skills examination, a comprehensive background investigation, polygraph, psychological exam, medical exam, and an initial probationary period.

 

For more information about the position, and to submit your electronic application, please follow the links on our website at http://www.sjfd911.org.

 

Job application period closes on Monday, January 4, 2016.

 

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