General Responsibilities of the Barry County E9-1-1 Telecommunicators
Dispatch Training is on-going
Upon Meeting all qualifications, recruits will interviewed with a panel consisting of at least two members of the administrative staff, most often the Executive Director and the Operations Manager.
Post interview, potential candidates will be scheduled to experience the dispatch environment in a four-hour session. This session is critical to the Center as well as to the potential candidates, as some recruits realize the enormity to the task ahead of them and conclude that dispatching may not suit them.
After the dispatch session the Executive Director, with input from the Operations Manager and Team Leaders, will choose the best candidate (s) for the open position and an offer of employment will be made.
The hiring process at Barry County E9-1-1 is a four (4) stage process.
1st Stage - Must pass a full criminial background check
2nd Stage - Written Exam with a minimum score of 80%
Typing Test with a minimum of 35 words per minute
3th Stage - Oral Interview
4th Stage - For hour observation in Dispatch
Come Join our Staff
Currently we have 2 open Positions in Dispatch
Barry County E9-1-1 accepts applications year-round. When a position becomes available, the Center will post an employment ad in at least one countywide publication and post on www.jobs.mo.gov . Applications are available at the 911 Center and on our website.
Office Hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 AM-4:00 PM
Administrative Personnel 417-846-4911
Mapping & Addressing 417-846-4911
Administrative Fax 417-847-1717
Dispatch is staffed 24/7
Dispatch Non -Emergency 417-847-4911
Dispatch Fax 417-846-0251