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The Emergency Communications Director is responsible for providing executive leadership to the center including the direct supervision of the agency personnel, management and oversight activities including planning, developing, implementing and coordinating emergency communication policies and procedures, effective communication, successful oversight of system needs and preparing / administering the Center’s budget. The FYE 20 agency budget is $2.5 million.
QComm911 is at an exciting, challenging juncture where the systems, standards and policies are in transition The center is merging the cultures and procedures of eight agencies desiring to improve operation efficiencies, structure processes while continuing to provide excellent service to the residents of the communities. The workforce benefits from many seasoned and experienced telecommunicators as well as trainees who desire to become competent, proficient team members.
The starting salary is $115,000 +/-. Residency within a reasonable distance of the facility is desirable.QComm911 is committed to on-going employee education and training. There are funds for on-going training, and tuition reimbursement programs available. QComm911 is an IMRF employer.
How to ApplyThe recruitment for this position is being handled by GovHR USA. Candidates should apply by October 11, 2019 with resume, cover letter and contact information for five recent work-related references to www.GovHRjobs.com to the attention of:
Kathleen Rush, Vice President, or Lee McCann, Vice PresidentGovHR USA630 Dundee Road, #130, Northbrook, IL 60062Tel: 847-380-3197