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  Come apply to join the team!

Would you like to be a 9-1-1 dispatcher? Do you have the desire to make a difference and be able to help people in need? Then this career choice is the right one for you.

For more information on how to become a 9-1-1 dispatcher call 254-933-5500 or come by the center and fill out an application.

 

Detailed information on the hiring process and benefits can be downloaded here.
Application can be downloaded here.
Application supplement download here.
Drug Use Policy download here.

 

 

 

Employment Requirements

High School Graduate or GED
Type 40 words per minute
Pass Windows-based computer test on "Criticall"
Pass Background Check
Hearing Test
Drug Screening
Polygraph

Shift Work required - Shifts are 7-3, 3-11, 11-7

Employment Benefits

Competitive starting salary depending on experience
Paid training...In classroom and on the job
Paid Vacation after 1 year
Paid Sick Leave, Holidays, and Funeral Leave
Health Plans available
Dental Plan available
Life Insurance
Investment Choices
Retirement System

New Fax Number for Bell County Communications: 254-933-5937

Your Career in 911

Become part of the team that serves as the first responder
in emergencies

Work in a state of the art communications center that serves 54 Police, Fire and EMS agencies
Up to date modern equipment designed for the ultimate comfort and ease of operation by the
telecommunicator.
Extensive paid classroom and on the job training conducted by professional personnel
For more information contact our administrative staff at 254-933-5500

The Communications Center is located at 708 W Ave O in Belton.