Douglas County is hiring!  The county's Emergency Management/Communications Center is looking to add to their staff - hiring full time dispatchers.  Applicants would become part of a pool of candidates that could advance on after passing a mandatory entry-level audio-keyboarding exam.

So what does a dispatcher for Douglas County do?  Well, they're the staff that receives emergency and routine calls and dispatches police, fire and other public safety and service personnel and equipment in a coordinated manner using a computer assisted information and telecommunications system.  The job is full time and pays a salary range of $19.41 - $22.18 per hour.

Interested individuals can find the complete job listing - including minimum requirements, duties, and other variables - and application links on the Douglas County website.  

It should be noted that applicants will need to submit to the mandatory entry-level audio-keyboarding exam which will be administered at the Douglas County Government Center the week of January 28, 2019.  Applicants will be notified of the time and date.