Goverment Jobs
Published
March 5, 2019
Location
Indiana
Category
Job Type

Description

Description

The position is responsible for receiving and dispatching 911 emergency calls. This is an entry level position and advancement is available.

Examples of Duties

Answers telephone complaints and emergency calls, determine needs of caller; responds to question and advises caller of actions to be taken; ties 911 callers into appropriate agencies.

Dispatches law enforcement units as appropriate; broadcasts radio runs and additional information on complaints (descriptions of wanted persons, stolen vehicles, lost children, weather conditions, traffic conditions, etc.); contacts additional emergency services personnel for radio runs; receives information form field and relays to appropriate personnel.

Enters appropriate info into CAD/PC keyboard; types information in IDACS/NCIC systems (wanted checks, stolen checks, computer work, etc.)

Assists law enforcement units with request for support services (wrecker, ambulance, wagon, evidence technician, backup units, computer work, etc.)

Receives and broaddcasts messages for law enforcement units in the field.

Monitors officer emergency lanyard alarm systems; monitors other agencies radio braodcasts; monitors MDT messages, monitors status/location of law enforcement units.

Performs other duties as directed

Typical Qualifications

Must be 18 years of age
High School Diploma or High School Equivalent (HSE) required
Must type minimum of 25 wpm
Must be American Citizen
NO felony convictions
NO battery convictions
Must be able to work weekends and holidays
Must be able to work any shift
Must submit to and pass a psychological/physical exam

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Supplemental Information

Applicants should possess the following skills:

Good verbal, grammar, spelling and dictation
High stress tolerance
Above average retention level
Common sense and logical reasoning
Have good people skills
Flexibility (holidays & weekends)
Geographical knowledge (reading street guides & maps)
Be personable
Able to multi-task
Have good people skills
Bilingual and minority applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.

It is the policy of the Marion County Sheriff's Office if an applicant is unsuccessful in completing any portion of the pre-employment screening, the applicant may not reapply for the same position for the period of one calendar year from the date notified. The duration of the pre-employment screening may extend up to one calendar year depending on number of available positions.

All rates are bi-weekly.

Anthem CDHP High Single: $29.60 EE + Spouse: $70.59 EE + Child(ren): $51.53 Family: $95.63

Anthem CDHP Medium Single: $45.95 EE + Spouse: $109.57 EE + Child(ren): $79.99 Family: $148.43

Anthem CDHP Low Single: $61.51 EE + Spouse: $146.67 EE + Child(ren): $107.07 Family: $198.69

Anthem Dental High Single: $13.53 EE + Spouse: $28.79 EE + Child(ren): $32.25 Family: $51.24

Anthem Dental Low Single: $7.80 EE + Spouse: $15.51 EE + Child(ren): $20.99 Family: $32.25

ANTHEM Vision Plan Single: $2.59 EE + Spouse: $4.68 EE + Child(ren): $5.02 Family: $7.60

Optional Life Insurance Employee Only (rates per $1,000 per month) Additional:

IMPORTANT PERF UPDATE:

1. All employees hired/rehired prior to 1/1/2017 are grandfathered into PERF Hybrid plan. The Hybrid plan consists of two components: Annuity Savings Account (ASA) -This consists of the mandatory employee contribution of three (3%) percent of compensation (made for the employee by the City), plus interest credits or earnings. You're always vested in your ASA portion - it's always yours. Pension - The pension portion of the retirement benefit is funded by contributions made by the employer over the course of the employee's career and separate from the annuity savings account. Employees enrolled in the PERF Hybrid plan are eligible for retirement benefits at age sixty-five (65) if they have ten (10) or more years of creditable service. After June 30, 1995, employees may retire at age sixty (60) with at least fifteen (15) years of credible service or if the member's age in years plus the years of credible service equals at least 85 and the member is at least fifty-five (55) years of age. With fifteen (15) or more years of creditable service, the employee may retire as early as age fifty (50) with a reduced pension. 2. Employees hired/rehired by the City and County after 1/1/2017 will be automatically enrolled in the PERF My Choice: Retirement Savings plan. This plan is an annuity savings account (ASA) only plan and does not have a pension component. Any service that an employee has in the My Choice: Retirement Savings Plan will not count toward the service time requirements for pension eligibility in the Hybrid Plan. With the PERF My Choice: Retirement Savings Plan, the ASA is split up into two parts: Part one - This consists of the mandatory employee contribution of three (3%) percent of compensation (made for the employee by the City), plus interest credits or earnings. You're always vested in your ASA portion - it's always yours.

Part two - This consists of an additional variable rate contribution paid by the City toward your ASA. This variable rate contribution is currently 1% of your gross wages. Vesting in the value of the variable rate employer contribution will vary by length of participation. You are: ? 20 percent vested after 1 full year of participation ? 40 percent vested after 2 full years of participation ? 60 percent vested after 3 full years of participation ? 80 percent vested after 4 full years of participation ? 100 percent vested after 5 full years of participation 3. City Employees hired/rehired after 1/1/2017 that are members of the City AFSCME labor union can choose to enroll in either the PERF My Choice: Retirement Savings plan or the PERF Hybrid plan. Both of these plans are described above. Employees have 60 days to choose which option they want, and by state law this cannot be changed. If no choice is made, the employee will then be automatically added to the PERF My Choice: Retirement Savings plan. The Indiana General Assembly has enacted a provision that allows public employees to make voluntary contributions in addition to the mandatory three-percent (3%) contributions. Employees may contribute up to an additional ten- percent (10%) of their compensation per pay period to the annuity savings account. This means that the maximum level of contributions to the annuity savings account under this new provision is thirteen percent (13%) of an employee's compensation per pay period. Employees who separate from the city within their first ten (10) years of employment need to contact INPRS - PERF regarding their ASA account. Questions relating to PERF may be directed to INPRS - PERF at: Indiana Public Retirement System Public Employees' Retirement Fund One North Capitol, Suite 001 Indianapolis, Indiana 46204 (888) 236-3544