Yosemite National Park is seeking candidates interested in a park dispatcher. Dispatchers provide all emergency and non-emergency law enforcement, fire, aviation, search and rescue and emergency medical dispatch ommunications for the area. The park’s communications center is also a primary answering point for all 911 calls in Yosemite and is an alternate answering point for 911 services for Mariposa County. The center is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Operate within a number of computer networks
Handle 911 telephone calls
Function as fully qualified emergency medical dispatcher
Monitor activity of public safety field personnel and assists in coordinating response to incidents.
Maintain current status of public safety units and ensures proper radio procedure.
Sound good? Contact Human Resources Office by November 15th. Nancy Bissmeyer at 209-379-1188.
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