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Dispatcher - Georgia State Patrol
Our Dispatchers are the vital link between the public and law enforcement. The work is challenging and crucial to maintaining public safety on Georgia’s streets and highways. GSP Dispatchers receive calls from the public and dispatch troopers to crashes and other calls for service. They monitor trooper safety and provide any assistance a trooper may need.
Annual Salary Minimum: $27,861
Duties & Responsibilities: Coordinates radio and data communication traffic according to established federal, state, and local rules and regulations. Performs duties of sending, receiving, relaying, monitoring, logging, recording, reporting and interpreting emergency and non-emergency information to and from mobile units or computerized data bases; operates radio and other data transmitting equipment. Performs administrative duties necessary for the operation of the communications center.
Minimum Training & Experience: Must be 18 years old. Have a high school diploma or its equivalent.
Applicants must also successfully pass the pre-employment process which includes the completion of an entrance test that will be administered by the department, background/polygraph (click here to view the employment disqualifiers), and oral interview.
Preferred Qualification: One year experience in a dispatch environment and keyboarding skills are preferred.
The Department of Public Safety is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Directions on applying for Georgia State Patrol Dispatcher :
To apply for this position, you must submit a State Employment Application to the Human Resources Division:
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For more information about this job contact:
Human Resources Division