Public Safety Communications Officer (Lateral Transfers)
This is for qualified experienced lateral transfer applicants for the role of Public Safety Communications Officer.
- Work schedule requires overtime, nights, evenings, weekends, and/or holidays.
- Work is confined to an immediate work area that requires continuous staffing.
- Sit for long periods, using telephones, computers, which require some extended read-ling and repetitive motion, and two way radios.
- Time is spent at computer display terminals, viewing several monitors and observing traffic patterns.
- Work involves sensitive telephone contact with the members of the public, who may be hostile, emotional, unstable, or physically or mentally distraught.
- This safety sensitive position requires the ability to deal with times of high stress due to medical and other emergencies.
- Light physical effort required.
- Regularly required to sit or stand, bend and move about the facility.
- Utah State P.O.S.T dispatch certified
- Current on EMD, CPR and BCI certifications.
- An oral interview and a drug screen test will be given prior to employment.
- Prior dispatch experience is required for lateral transfers.
Perks of the Job
Competitive Salary / Benefits
Central Utah 911 offers pay increases to all new employees as they sign off on each discipline. Central Utah 911 gives vacation benefit accural to all Full-Time employees. Sick Time hours are also accured up to 104 hours per year.
Health / Dental / Vision
Central Utah 911 offers Full-Time employees Health insurance through PEHP with a High Deductible option or a Traditional Plan. High Deductible Plan includes Health Saving Account Funds. Dental and Vision options are available.
Pension, 457, 401 (Retirement)
Central Utah 911 participates in the Utah Retire System. All Full-Time employees are eligible. We also participate in 457 + 401 instead of paying into Social Security.
3047 N 400 W
Spanish Fork, UT 84660
(801) 794 – 4000