Full Time Employment
Are you looking for a rewarding and challenging work environment? Are you passionate about helping the people in your community while learning an invaluable trade? Have you always had a passion to be the person people call when a live saving response is needed?
A job at the Madison County Sheriff’s Office / E-911 Joint Emergency Communications Center (ECC) may be for you.
Madison County is continuously accepting applications for the position of Emergency Communications Officer to work in the Sheriff’s Office/Joint E911 Dispatch Center. Under general supervision, these positions answer emergency and non-emergency calls, transfer calls to proper agencies, dispatch Law Enforcement, Fire & Rescue using computer aided dispatching system, radios and telephone. Emergency communications is a 24 hour, 365 days a year operation. Successful applicants must be at least 18 years of age, high school graduates or holders of GED certificates, be available to work varied hours and shifts to include nights, weekends and holidays. Successful applicants must be able to type at least 25 words per minute and able to pass a written background check. Attendance is required at a basic dispatch school with a passing grade, must also attend and pass a basic VCIN certification course. Computer experience is a plus.
Applications may also be obtained from the Madison Sheriff’s Office/Joint E911 Center; 107 Church St., Madison, VA 22727. Applications will remain active for twelve months. For any questions contact Brian Gordon at 540-948-5144. Position will remain open until filled. EOE
We are continuously accepting applications for employment, download your application today. During continuous recruitment an application that has been completed correctly will be kept active for a period of twelve (12) months after receiving. Completed applications can be turned in at the Dispatch Office, 115 Church St; Madison, VA 22727. All applications should be completely filled out including the notarization of the last page.