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Public Safety Dispatcher vacancies - Norwich, NY

Job Information

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Minimum Education Level :
High School Diploma/GED
Experience Required :
1 year
Salary :
$20.96 + hourly
Duration :
Full Time Regular
Shift :
First Shift (Day)
Hours per week:

Job Description



Chenango County is accepting applications for Public Safety Dispatcher vacancies. Successful candidates will be eligible for appointment to full-time and part-time Public Safety Dispatcher vacancies that arise in the Chenango County Sheriff’s Office. Successful completion of a civil service examination, held at a later date, will be required for permanent appointment. To qualify for this job title candidates must have either a high school diploma or GED OR One year FT paid or volunteer experience as a firefighter, law enforcement officer, emergency medical provider for an ambulance service or in a closely related emergency services position OR An equivalent combination of training and experience as defined by the above limits. FT positions will start @ $20.26 per hour and the hourly pay rate for PT positions will be less. For applications contact the Chenango County Personnel Department at (607) 337-1470 or visit EEOE M/F/H/V.

Company Information

Name :
Description :
Local government employment.
Type :
Direct Employer
Address :
5 Court Street
Norwich, NY 13815

Application Information

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Email :
Apply direct or by mail :
Attn: Eloine VonDauber
5 Court Street
Norwich, NY 13815
By Phone :
Call Eloine VonDauber at 607-337-1470
By Fax :
Fax to 607-337-1481 Attn : Eloine VonDauber
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