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Temporary Trainee Telecommunication Officers – Department of Public Safety/9-1-1 Center

Westmoreland County Department of Public Safety / 9-1-1 Center is accepting applications for the position of Temporary Trainee Telecommunication Officers (TCO). This position is responsible for receiving and dispatching emergency calls within Westmoreland County and requires excellent communication skills, ability to handle stressful situations, and overall understanding of the emergency systems. Applicants must possess a valid driver’s license and a minimum of a high school diploma or GED equivalent. Applicants with prior Police, Fire, or EMS communications experience or prior military service are encouraged to apply, however this background is not mandatory.

Successful applicants must pass a typing test, written performance test, an oral interview, background check, physical exam, eye testing and drug screening to be considered for the class. Class training includes 9-1-1 Call Taking, Fire Dispatch, Police Dispatch and EMS Dispatch.

The TCO training class will begin on October 5, 2020. Westmoreland County has waived the Residency Policy for this opportunity. Applications are being accepted through email and hard copies can be forwarded to address listed below. Testing will be conducted on August 17-21, 2020 and candidates should dress professional as for an interview.

Applications are available at the Human Resources Department located at the Westmoreland County Courthouse or online.  EOE

Completed Applications are to be mailed to:

QA Instructor, Tanya Polinsky
Westmoreland County Department of Public Safety
911 Public Safety Road
Greensburg, PA 15601

Or email to:
Please place TCO in the subject line.

Applications must be received by  August 14th, 2020

Once accepted, testing scheduling should be setup through:

Source: Employment in Westmoreland

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