Entry level: $1,517 ($18.96 hourly)
Lateral: $1,622 ($20.28 hourly)
Benefit Package Includes:
The primary function of an Emergency Communication Officer (E.C.O.) is to answer emergency and non-emergency calls for assistance and information.
The principal duties of this class are performed in an office work environment in which the employee may be subject to stressful and emotional situations. Emergency Communication Officers must work varying hours, including night, weekend and/or holiday shifts in a general, 24-hour, office environment. The current 40-hour work week is based on a 10- or 12-hour shift depending on coverage; a three day weekend every other week; shifts begin at either 6:00 a.m. or 6:00 p.m.; shift schedules change from days to nights at two month intervals.
Interested individuals should submit an online application using the following link:
After submitting your application, please call the Human Resources Office to schedule an appointment. Payment is due at the time you take your test. Included in this packet is an overview of the Criticall test, a list of the skills that will be evaluated, and the administrative guidelines for answering the questions. Applicants who successfully complete the computer assessments will be called for an oral interview. This posting will remain open until a suitable pool of applicants has been compiled.
Call Human Resources:
An Equal Opportunity Employer - Drug Free Workplace Qualified veterans who provide required documentation will be given preference in accordance with Idaho state law.
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