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Company Name : The State of New Hampshire
Company Location : 33 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH 03305
Job Position : POLICE COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST
Job Category : Jobs in New Hampshire
Job Description :
State of New Hampshire Job Posting
Department of Safety
Division of State Police
33 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH 03305
POLICE COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST
Labor Grade: 18
$41,704.00 – $48,942.40
The State of New Hampshire, Department of Safety, Division of State Police has a full-time vacancy for Police Communications Specialist II, which has a 40 hour work week and is non-exempt.
SCOPE OF WORK:
To provide supervision and review of Police Communications Specialist Is, and to train personnel in analyzing and interpreting information in order to provide critical coordination of law enforcement response; to receive and transmit messages via two-way radio, telephone, and other communications equipment nationwide involving enforcement and emergency field personnel.
Monitors daily functions of Police Communication Specialist Is, reviews assignments, provides training and mentoring for work and standards, and ensures policies and procedures are being appropriately followed; provides evaluation and progress notes to assist the supervisor with performance appraisals and reviews.
Assists the supervisor when necessary in answering telephones for general testing or emergency response at nuclear facilities and in contacting agencies to coordinate services/responses.
Provides training and supervision in utilizing the following systems: Computer Aided Dispatch, Astro Two-Way Radio System, National Weather Alert System, Emergency Alert System, Group Wise, State Police On-Line Telecommunications System, National Law Enforcement Telecommunication System, National Crime Information Center; in order to receive/transmit messages and monitor alerts, monitor changes and updates to information, and to relay data to emergency responders during incidents, emergencies, disasters, or critical events.
Operates complex computer and telecommunications systems to transmit enforcement and emergency information to a variety of state and municipal agencies. Radios assignment of law enforcement personnel to proper locations during police emergencies; alerts and coordinates other emergency personnel and arranges for necessary equipment resources.
Uses computer programs and databases containing multiple data sources to enter and retrieve information including: standard office software, boat and motor vehicle information, mooring, boater education. Updates and removes data from the National Crime Information Database as needed adhering to federal guidelines.
Completes reports including documentation of towed vehicles, emergency responses, and traffic records and maintains and organizes a daily logs in order to assist supervisor with data and information tracking; complies data on accident and service related calls to the US Coast Guard for annual reports.
Reviews call logs and reports after critical incidents such as high speed pursuits, shooting events, major traffic accidents, and riots, and leads incident debriefings.
Education: Associate’s degree from an accredited institute of higher education. Each additional year of approved formal education may be substituted for one year of required work experience.
Experience: Three years of experience in a service-oriented position such as paramedic, firefighter, emergency medical technician, dispatcher, law enforcement, public safety, or a related field, involving a high volume of interactive public contact, requiring the need for quick response and accuracy, as well as multitasking ability, while working in a stressful environment; with some experience in public safety dispatching. Each additional year of approved work experience may be substituted for one year of required formal education
License/Certification: Must obtain certification as a State Police On-Line Telecommunications Systems Operator within six (6) months of hire.
1. Selected candidate will undergo a background investigation including fingerprint-based criminal records check and motor vehicle record check in order to ensure suitability for exposure to confidential information, in accordance with department policy.
2. Prospective appointees must possess normal hearing and qualify in a controlled substance screening test, as determined by the Bureau of Emergency Communications.
DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: The supplemental job description lists the essential functions of the position and is not intended to include every job duty and responsibility specific to the position. An employee may be required to perform other related duties not listed on the supplemental job description provided that such duties are characteristic of that classification.
For further information please contact Lieutenant Matthew Lapierre at [email protected]
or at (603) 223-8543.
TDD Access: Relay NH 1-800-735-2964