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Under general administrative direction, is responsible for managing, supervising and directing the activities of the Public Safety Communications Center and personnel involved with the receiving and dispatching of Police and Fire, Emergency Medical Services, emergency and non-emergency calls, utility personnel and other related City personnel; and, the dispatching of 911 generated Fire and EMS calls in Kerr County. Manages functions of police wireless communications system to include inventory controls, grant applications, maintenance and contracting of repairs of communications equipment and system development.
Duties are generally performed in an office setting. Some light work requiring occasional lifting objects up to 20 pounds to move objects. Must be able to sit for long periods of time. Work may also require stooping, kneeling, crouching, bending, standing, walking, pushing, and pulling. The City of Kerrville is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Qualified Individuals. A City of Kerrville application is required. Resumes are considered additional information, and accepted with a completed City application. Applications may be downloaded from the City of Kerrville website www.kerrvilletx.gov, Employment Opportunities, or obtained at Kerrville City Hall.
The City of Kerrville is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Qualified Individuals. A City of Kerrville application is required. Resumes are considered additional information, and accepted with a completed City application. Applications may be downloaded from the City of Kerrville website www.kerrvilletx.gov, Employment Opportunities, or obtained at Kerrville City Hall.
This mid-level position utilizes GIS mapping technology to collect, develop and manipulate data to produce desired data layers, reports, maps, and/or graphs related to E911 services provided by Smith County 9-1-1 District
Graduate from an accredited college or four years’ experience in GIS, or an equivalent combination of education of education and experience. Have knowledge of GIS function and capabilities and have an understanding of how GIS technology can be applied in 9-1-1.
Successful work experience as an Operations Manager or Senior Operations Supervisor of a public safety communications center, preferably multi-jurisdictional, serving Law Enforcement and Fire/Emergency Medical Services with a combined population of 200,000 or greater.
Essential Job Functions:
Special Requirement: ArcGIS is required Ability to communicate successfully verbally and in writing Proficient in Microsoft Office Professional
Any equivalent combination of education, experience and training that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered.