SAINT LOUIS COUNTY 911 EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS
2030 N Arlington Avenue
DULUTH, MINNESOTA 55811
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Updated: June 22, 2020
Position Title: Emergency Communications Specialist
St. Louis County is currently hiring for the position of Emergency Communications Specialist. Successful applicants will have filled out an application that can be found here. The closing date for applicatins is May 21st, 2020. Testing must be completed by June 12, 2020.
Salary Information: $21.10-$24.44 hourly
Benefit Information: Eligible St. Louis County employees earn a competitive salary and benefits package, including:
Benefits are prorated for part-time employees and administered in accordance withthe applicable collective bargaining agreement or management compensation plan.
Department Contact: Christina HansenHuman Resources Senior Advisor218email@example.com
Department Information: Something for Everyone
St. Louis County provides opportunities for great jobs within a proven organization. With over 300 different types of jobs in the County, you can customize your employment experience in many ways. Live in a big city or small town, work indoors or outdoors, take training classes to sharpen your skills, and seize the chance to give back to your community. Providing Stability, Livability, and Community for 154 years, SLC has something for you.
Hiring Process: To be considered for this opportunity, candidates
must apply through St. Louis County, MN website at:
Application deadline May 21, 2020.
Distinguishing Features of Work: An employee in this class performs law enforcement, fire, medical and
rescue related telecommunications dispatch work in a County 9-1-1
Communications Center. Duties include operating computer aided
dispatch system, multi-line telecommunications and radio communications
equipment to receive requests for emergency public safety assistance,
determine the type and level of response necessary, accomplish timely and
effective dispatch of emergency response units, monitor response and
safety of responding units, and retrieve supplemental information from
other local, state and federal information systems. The work is performed
in accordance with prescribed communication center dispatch policies,
procedures and practices, and under the general direction of assigned
Please Note:The Sheriff's Office primarily hires permanent, part-time
Emergency Communications Specialists to fill its vacancies. Most
permanent, full-time Emergency Communications Specialist vacancies are
filled by employees who have previously worked part-time.