The Teton County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for a part-time Public Safety Communications Officer (Dispatcher).
Public Safety Communications Officer’s duties include receiving requests from the public via telephone, text, or visit to the center, for emergency personnel or other agency services and transmits such requests for services to appropriate personnel.
A PSCO must be certified to access the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) within six months of employment and become P.O.S.T. certified within twelve months of employment. Physical requirements include prolonged sitting or standing. The position requires that no visual, audio or speech impairments exist that would interfere with effectively performing the duties and responsibilities as a PSCO.
This position requires the applicant to be able to obey rules, regulations and follow the instructions from supervisors. Applicant must show a desire to work with the public to solve problems, show strong self-motivation and demonstrate the highest degree of integrity, maturity and confidentiality. A long term commitment to living and serving the citizens of Teton County is desired.
Applicants must submit a Cover Letter, Resume with references, an Application and a photo of their Driver’s License to the Teton County Sheriff’s Office, P.O. Box 1349, Choteau MT 59422 or in person at 26 1st Street SE, Choteau, MT. Fax 406-466-5787. If you have any questions contact the Teton County Sheriff’s Office, 406-466-5781 and speak to the Sheriff, Undersheriff, Chief Deputy or Lead Dispatcher.
Position open until filled.