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PUBLIC SAFETY DISPATCHER (URI)

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PUBLIC SAFETY DISPATCHER (URI)   

JOB TITLE:

PUBLIC SAFETY DISPATCHER (URI)

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Kingston Rhode Island United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Position Information

Posting Number
CS01788

Job Title
PUBLIC SAFETY DISPATCHER (URI)

Position Number
5498

FTE

FLSA

Pay Rate
$44,309 - $48,292 PLUS SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL OF $1,456 ANNUALLY

Salary Range

Position Type
Classified Civil Service Staff

Union
C94/L528 - Council 94/Local 528 (Serv/Maint)

Status
Calendar Year, Full-time, Limited

Restriction or Limitation Reason
Leave to Protect Status

End Date of Restriction or Limitation
Limited to 11/30/24 due to Leave to Protect Status

Department Information

Department
Public Safety Administration

Contact(s)
Karen G.
Healey
Specialist, Talent Acquisition
Office of Human Resource Administration
80 Lower College Road
Kingston, RI 02881

Contact Phone/Extension
401-874-5267

Contact Email
karen_healey@uri.
edu

Physical Demands

Campus Location
Kingston

Building(s)

Grant Funded

Extension Contingent on Funding Date

Extension Contingency Notes

Duties and Responsibilities
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES:

Within the Universitys Public Safety Department,to operate(on an assigned shift)a multi-campus 24/7communication system, involving the collection, processing and dissemination of police/enforcement information and data relative to violations or laws, rules and regulations involving EMS, parking services, security, fire/life safety
and environmental health units for all campuses; and to do related work as required.


SUPERVISION RECEIVED:

Works under the general supervision of a superior who occasionally reviews daily work activities in process but always upon completion for results obtained and conformance to divisional and departmental policies, objectives, rules and regulations.


SUPERVISION EXERCISED:

As assigned, may supervise students and/or others in the communications area.


ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:

Within the Universitys Public Safety Department, to operate (on an assigned shift) a multi-campus 24/7 communication system, involving the collection, processing and dissemination of police/enforcement information and data relative to violations or laws, rules and regulations involving EMS, parking services, security, fire/life safety and environmental health units for all campuses.

To accept communications and information via various media from the University community, the general public, internal and external public safety sources, including calls originating directly or indirectly via the 911 Emergency Communications System.

To collect, process and disseminate information and data relative to University police, emergency management, emergency medical services, parking services, security, fire/life safety, environmental health and facilities services units for all campuses relative to the University of Rhode Island and surrounding communities as they relate to the safety of students, faculty, staff, and the general public.

To conduct simultaneous use of a computer aided dispatch (CAD) system, multi-line phone system, 911-Emergency phones, Direct Connect phone systems, two-way radio systems, RI State Police RILETS, and to monitor and communicate with other public safety agencies.

To transmit and/or receive communications from local, outside agencies and/or the public, noting any hazardous conditions, manmade or natural, and to dispatch the appropriate persons to the scene for investigation and the implementation of corrective action.

To monitor all communications using but not limited to; radio, phone, teletype, utilizing video cameras, computers, intrusion, fire alarms through the ticker tape and digital decoder, water tower and other facility alarms.

To notify various University officials in emergencies, following the emergency procedure policies.

To perform clerical tasks and operational tests related to the systems and equipment.

To perform routine broadcasts on prevailing conditions when necessary.

To attend training seminars as assigned.

To follow all policies and procedures of the University of Rhode Islands Public Safety Department.

To do related work as required.

Required Qualifications

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS FOR APPOINTMENT:

KNOWLEDGES, SKILLS AND CAPACITIES:

A working knowledge of the operation of radio receiving and transmitting equipment and the ability to use this equipment properly and follow protocol; the ability to perform simple filing tasks and establish an alphabetical filing system; the ability to complete simple forms or written memos; the ability to understand oral communications and relay them to proper personnel in a clear and concise manner; the ability to perform all the above tasks under stressful conditions; a working knowledge of a Windows-based computer operating system; and related capacities and abilities.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

EDUCATION: Such as may have been gained through:
graduation from a high school or G.
E.
D.
; and

EXPERIENCE: Such as may have been gained through:
employment as a Dispatcher, Telecommunicator, teletype operator, or radio technician as part of an overall communication system.

OR, any combination of education and experience that shall be substantially equivalent to the above education and experience.



Preferred Qualifications
Ability to pass a background investigation including state and federal requirements.

Environmental Conditions
This position is not substantially exposed to adverse environmental conditions

Work Hours
MIDNIGHT TO 8:00 AM Tuesday through Saturday

Days Off: Sunday & Monday

WORK HOURS AND DAYS OFF MAY VARY AND ARE SUBJECT TO DEPARTMENTAL NEEDS.

Posting Date
02/03/2024

Closing Date
02/13/2024

Special Instructions to Applicants
SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE MUST PASS A BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION WHICH WILL INCLUDE STATE AND FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS.

Quicklink for Posting
https://jobs.
uri.
edu/postings/12956

Applicant Documents

Required Documents
  • Resume
  • Cover Letter/Letter of Application
Optional Documents

Position Details

POSTED:

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

48292 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707249408-712bdeb62098cc150f306f2306b5ad3c

LOCATION:

Rhode Island United States

CITY:

Kingston

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Position Information

Posting Number
CS01788

Job Title
PUBLIC SAFETY DISPATCHER (URI)

Position Number
5498

FTE

FLSA

Pay Rate
$44,309 - $48,292 PLUS SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL OF $1,456 ANNUALLY

Salary Range

Position Type
Classified Civil Service Staff

Union
C94/L528 - Council 94/Local 528 (Serv/Maint)

Status
Calendar Year, Full-time, Limited

Restriction or Limitation Reason
Leave to Protect Status

End Date of Restriction or Limitation
Limited to 11/30/24 due to Leave to Protect Status

Department Information

Department
Public Safety Administration

Contact(s)
Karen G. Healey
Specialist, Talent Acquisition
Office of Human Resource Administration
80 Lower College Road
Kingston, RI 02881

Contact Phone/Extension
401-874-5267

Contact Email
karen_healey@uri.edu

Physical Demands

Campus Location
Kingston

Building(s)

Grant Funded

Extension Contingent on Funding Date

Extension Contingency Notes

Duties and Responsibilities
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES:

Within the Universitys Public Safety Department,to operate(on an assigned shift)a multi-campus 24/7communication system, involving the collection, processing and dissemination of police/enforcement information and data relative to violations or laws, rules and regulations involving EMS, parking services, security, fire/life safety
and environmental health units for all campuses; and to do related work as required.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:

Works under the general supervision of a superior who occasionally reviews daily work activities in process but always upon completion for results obtained and conformance to divisional and departmental policies, objectives, rules and regulations.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED:

As assigned, may supervise students and/or others in the communications area.

ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:

Within the Universitys Public Safety Department, to operate (on an assigned shift) a multi-campus 24/7 communication system, involving the collection, processing and dissemination of police/enforcement information and data relative to violations or laws, rules and regulations involving EMS, parking services, security, fire/life safety and environmental health units for all campuses.
To accept communications and information via various media from the University community, the general public, internal and external public safety sources, including calls originating directly or indirectly via the 911 Emergency Communications System.
To collect, process and disseminate information and data relative to University police, emergency management, emergency medical services, parking services, security, fire/life safety, environmental health and facilities services units for all campuses relative to the University of Rhode Island and surrounding communities as they relate to the safety of students, faculty, staff, and the general public.
To conduct simultaneous use of a computer aided dispatch (CAD) system, multi-line phone system, 911-Emergency phones, Direct Connect phone systems, two-way radio systems, RI State Police RILETS, and to monitor and communicate with other public safety agencies.
To transmit and/or receive communications from local, outside agencies and/or the public, noting any hazardous conditions, manmade or natural, and to dispatch the appropriate persons to the scene for investigation and the implementation of corrective action.
To monitor all communications using but not limited to; radio, phone, teletype, utilizing video cameras, computers, intrusion, fire alarms through the ticker tape and digital decoder, water tower and other facility alarms.
To notify various University officials in emergencies, following the emergency procedure policies.
To perform clerical tasks and operational tests related to the systems and equipment.
To perform routine broadcasts on prevailing conditions when necessary.
To attend training seminars as assigned.
To follow all policies and procedures of the University of Rhode Islands Public Safety Department.
To do related work as required.

Required Qualifications

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS FOR APPOINTMENT:

KNOWLEDGES, SKILLS AND CAPACITIES:

A working knowledge of the operation of radio receiving and transmitting equipment and the ability to use this equipment properly and follow protocol; the ability to perform simple filing tasks and establish an alphabetical filing system; the ability to complete simple forms or written memos; the ability to understand oral communications and relay them to proper personnel in a clear and concise manner; the ability to perform all the above tasks under stressful conditions; a working knowledge of a Windows-based computer operating system; and related capacities and abilities.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

EDUCATION: Such as may have been gained through:
graduation from a high school or G.E.D.; and

EXPERIENCE: Such as may have been gained through:
employment as a Dispatcher, Telecommunicator, teletype operator, or radio technician as part of an overall communication system.

OR, any combination of education and experience that shall be substantially equivalent to the above education and experience.



Preferred Qualifications
Ability to pass a background investigation including state and federal requirements.

Environmental Conditions
This position is not substantially exposed to adverse environmental conditions

Work Hours
MIDNIGHT TO 8:00 AM Tuesday through Saturday

Days Off: Sunday & Monday

WORK HOURS AND DAYS OFF MAY VARY AND ARE SUBJECT TO DEPARTMENTAL NEEDS.

Posting Date
02/03/2024

Closing Date
02/13/2024

Special Instructions to Applicants
SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE MUST PASS A BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION WHICH WILL INCLUDE STATE AND FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS.

Quicklink for Posting
https://jobs.uri.edu/postings/12956

Applicant Documents

Required Documents
  • Resume
  • Cover Letter/Letter of Application
Optional Documents


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