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Looking To Hire An Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher


The Brookline Public Safety Communications Center is currently accepting applicants for full-time Emergency Telecommunications Dispatchers. Candidates for the Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher position must successfully pass a computer based pre-employment exam in order to be considered for employment. The Brookline Public Safety Communications Center and the Town of Brookline Human Resources Department will schedule each candidate with a date and time to take the exam.

A candidate for the E-911 Dispatcher position must be willing to work all shifts, including nights, weekends, and holidays. Candidates must possess the ability to earn and maintain all dispatch-related certifications, including those for CPR, Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD), and CJIS. Candidates must possess a High School Diploma or Government Equivalency Degree (GED).

Other prerequisites include; superior keyboard, computer and communication skills as well as the ability to handle multiple incidents simultaneously in a stressful environment. Experience is preferred but not required.

Additionally, candidates for the position are required to undergo a thorough background investigation, including, but not limited to employment, financial and criminal background. Starting salary is $20.69 per hour plus benefits.

Please submit Resume and Cover Letter by July 14, 2017 to:

BrooklineJobs@Brooklinema.gov or

Town of Brookline
Human Resources Division
333 Washington Street
Brookline, MA, 02445

The Town of Brookline recognizes and values diversity as a vital characteristic of the town. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment and advancement without regard to race, color, ethnicity, gender (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, age, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, military or veteran status, genetic information, marital status, receipt of public
benefits (including housing subsidies), family status (e.g. because one has or does not have children), or other protected classes as defined by the Town, State and Federal law. The Town of Brookline supports and complies with the MA CORI reform law.