Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office promotes a criminal justice system that balances the protection of life, liberty and property of the community with the rights and privileges of the individual, and to make choices that are consistent with the pursuit to fashion a credible, professional law enforcement agency, engraving the mark of excellence upon all acts and decision.
In order to carry out their mission, the office staffs a 9-1-1 Communications Center, which operates 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Communication Operators perform dual roles by being both call-takers and dispatchers to emergency service providers located in Jefferson County.
The Sheriff’s Office is in immediate need of a Full-Time Communication Operator who is looking for a competitive wage and professional work environment, to provide coverage in the center.
Applicants with excellent multi-tasking, communication, prioritizing, and computer skills, will be successful in this role while completing the below key tasks and responsibilities:
Starting wage: $21.69/hour for those who are new to this career and no prior experience. Candidates who have prior training and experience with another Law Enforcement Agency may be eligible for wages up to $27.56.
Hours: Communication Operators work 40 hours per week during training, on a 5 on 2 off/5 on 3 off rotation. Once off training, shifts consist of 8 to 12 hours per shift, based on coverage needs.
Benefits: This position will be eligible for our excellent benefit package with details at the below link:
Pre-employment written test is required and will be held on December 15, 2021–further information will be sent to all applicants after their applications have been submitted.
Applications deadline will be December 10, 2021 by midnight.
Application and position details are available at www.jeffersoncountywi.gov or Jefferson County Human Resources: 311 S. Center Ave. Room 111, Jefferson, WI 53549.
Jefferson County is an Equal Opportunity Employer