Chesterfield Township is searching for a Part-Time 911 Dispatcher. Under direction, this position is responsible for performing multi-channel emergency radio and communications work for the Chesterfield Township Police Department Dispatch Center (Public Safety Answering Point for police/fire/emergency service personnel). The Dispatcher is responsible for receiving and prioritizing emergency and non-emergency telephone calls from the public and primary Public Safety Answering Point. Work involves evaluating incoming calls to determine appropriate level of police/fire/emergency service personnel required. A Chesterfield Township Police Department Dispatcher dispatches police/fire/emergency service personnel, giving self-help if necessary, and transmitting information and messages upon request according to established procedures. This position monitors public safety units in the field, retrieves and enters computer data, operates TDD/TTY and other related communications equipment. Shift work is performed under general supervision of the on duty road patrol sergeant, but the overall functioning of the dispatch center is overseen by the administrative sergeant and lieutenant.
The salary range for this position is $17.43 – $24.51 per hour.
All applications and resumes must be submitted via email (preferred) or mail, to Megan Burke using the information below. This position will remain open until January 31, 2020.
*If you are emailing your application and resume, please send in file in a PDF*
Attn: Megan Burke, Human Resources Manager
47275 Sugarbush Road
Chesterfield, MI 48047