SEMINOLE COUNTY EMERGENCY FIRE/EMS COMMUNICATIONS
150 BUSH BLVD
SANFORD, FLORIDA 32773
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Updated: May 21, 2018
Job Classification: Emergency Communications Fire/EMS Dispatcher
Seminole County is currently hiring for Emergency Communications Dispatcher. Interested candidates should submit their ECOMM testing results via NTN as soon as possible. This position will remain open until filled.Interested candidates should complete their ECOMM testing via NTN as soon as possible forwarding the test results to Seminole County. The department requires the candidate to complete an application at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seminolecountyfl?page=1
Pay Range: Minimum starting wage is $13.79/hrBenefits: Annual leave and sick leave, paid holidays, group health insurance (medical, dental, & vision), disability insurance, Florida Retirement System, deferred compensation plans. Upon completion of New-Hire Orientation program, employees are assigned to a regular shift.
Candidate Contact:Jackie CroninHuman Resources Department(407)-email@example.com
Candidate Contact:Susan HughesEmergency Communications(407)-firstname.lastname@example.org
Age: Must be at least 18 years old
US Citizen: Lawful to work in the US for unlimited duration
High School Grad/GED: Yes, or equivalency certificate issued by a State Board of Education.
Valid FLORIDA State Driver's License: Must possess a Florida driver’s license upon hire
Requirements: Minimum Required Certifications (Prior to application):
Application Process: To be considered for employment as an Emergency Communication Fire/EMS Dispatcher with Seminole County Emergency Communications, follow these steps:
PART 1 - Complete ECOMM testing
Prior to submitting an application for employment as an Emergency Communication Dispatcher, you must successfully complete the ECOMM assessment. The National Testing Network (NTN) offers ECOMM; sign up at https://nationaltestingnetwork.com/publicsafetyjobs/ntn-test-ecomm.cfm. Tests are offered on multiple days and at multiple locations. During the NTN registration process, make certain you select Seminole County Emergency Communications as a recipient of your test results; upon completion of the ECOMM test, your results will automatically be forwarded to us.
Further info regarding ECOMM can be found at: https://nationaltestingnetwork.com/publicsafetyjobs/ntn-test-ecomm.cfm
PART 2 – Wait to be contacted by Seminole County Emergency Communications
Seminole County Emergency Communications will review ECOMM results and contact candidates directly regarding an employment application. Employment applications are accepted only upon request from Seminole County Emergency Communications and must include supporting documents as detailed in the “Required Certifications” and “Preferred Certifications” sections. All information provided on your application (as well as in all other phases of the employment process) must be true, accurate, up-to-date, and without omission.
PART 3 – In-house testing
Seminole County Emergency Communications will review applications and successful candidates will be invited to move forward in the application process. Further information will be provided to those candidates at that time.
Evaluation of training and experience; ECOMM (scores valid one year from testing date); driving record check; background investigation; pre-employment medical exam including drug testing.
Contact Information: All inquiries should be directed to National Testing Network at 866-563-3882 or via the following link: https://nationaltestingnetwork.com/publicsafetyjobs/contact.cfm
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