Title: PUBLIC SAFETY DISPATCHER, CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL Salary: $3,413.00 - $4,562.00 Posted: 04/10/2013
Communications Center offers a 3/12 schedule with seniority sign-ups.
Duties: These include operating the radio, InformCAD,
and VESTA; dispatching appropriate personnel and resources; answering both
emergency and non-emergency calls from officers, public, media and allied
agencies; processing reports and records, and sitting/standing for prolonged
periods of time. This classification requires a net typing speed of 40 words
per minute. Employees work various shifts, including nights, weekends, and
holidays. They are required to work overtime as needed. They must
consistently report to work on time with a minimum of absences.
Desirable qualifications: The position requires a motivated
individual with excellent interpersonal skills and attendance.
Who may apply: Persons currently in the Public Safety Dispatcher
classification who are eligible to transfer, should submit a CHP 220, Request
for Transfer, to the contact person below. The most senior same-class transfer
who responds by the final filing date shall be selected.
Persons eligible to
apply must be on a certification list, eligible to transfer, voluntarily
demote, reinstate, or be on an SROA list or designated Surplus. All applicants
will be considered; only the most qualified will be interviewed.
How to apply: Interested individuals should submit a STD. 678,
Examination/Employment Application (Rev. 6/2010), with a Criminal Record
Supplemental Questionnaire to the address below. Please indicate eligibility
in the Explanation Box of the application. The STD. 678 can be accessed
through the California Department Human Resources (CalHR) Website: www.calhr.ca.gov.
The criminal supplemental questionnaire may be accessed through the CalHR jobs
website at http://jobs.ca.gov/pdf/crsq.pdf.
Please include a copy of this notice with your application.
Although the intent is to fill this
vacancy as soon as possible, the exact duration of the selection process can
vary and is unknown at this time.