ELGIN CITY OF
150 DEXTER COURT
ELGIN, ILLINOIS 60120
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Updated: July 27, 2018
Job Classification: Public Safety Telecommunicator I (9-1-1 Dispatcher)
The City of Elgin is currently building an ongoing list for Public Safety Telecommunicator (9-1-1 Dispatcher).
Candidates must fill out an application with both NTN and the City of Elgin. Applications can be filled out at www.cityofelgin.org/jobs.** Be sure that you fill out an application with the City of Elgin AND National Testing Network, as well as schedule your written exam.
Salary Information: $53,601; plus a comprehensive benefit package.
Department Information: The City of Elgin, Illinois seeks highly qualified Public Safety Telecommunicator candidates. Founded in 1836 and located 35 miles northwest of Chicago, Elgin is proud of its diversity in demographics and culture. From its revitalized downtown area, including the award-winning Riverwalk and the Hemmens Cultural Center, to its many comfortable neighborhoods, four historic districts, 1,600 acre parks system and extensive regional recreational assets, Elgin offers a unique quality of life, whether one is interested in city or suburban living. Elgin's motto, "The City in the Suburbs", embodies a celebration of Elgin's past, enjoyment of the present, and the promise of Elgin's future. Elgin operates under the council-manager form of government, which was adopted in Elgin in 1954. The City has approximately 640 Full Time Employees and a $275 million budget. The City Council has established eight priorities that guide city operations and policies: Diverse Workforce, Financial Stewardship, Economic Development, Education and Workforce Development, Image and Engagement, Neighborhoods and Public Safety.