WAYNE COUNTY, OH, May 3, 2021 — Wayne County Communications is currently accepting applications for a full-time dispatcher.
The position of public safety dispatcher requires a person who is able to gather pertinent information quickly and accurately and relay that information to others. The position demands the performance of several tasks simultaneously in an organized manner despite interruptions. A successful candidate for this position will have the ability to remain calm and even-tempered, emotionally stable, dependable, and courteous during the many stressful events that may occur. A significant amount of a dispatcher's time is spent dealing with the public via telephone; therefore, a dispatcher must be willing and able to be cooperative and helpful to those who call.
Wayne County Communications personnel are required to work all shifts, weekends, and holidays. Good hearing, speech, and computer keyboarding skills are also necessary.
If you feel as though you can meet the demands of this profession, download an application HERE. Each qualified applicant will, at a later date, be interviewed, and then be required to submit to a polygraph examination, criminal and traffic record check, and employment background investigation.