Emergency Telecommunicator - 911
INGHAM COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES
$16.96 per hour
Under the supervision of the Director or his/her designee and in a 24 hour work environment, the Emergency Telecommunicator receives emergency calls from the public in need of law enforcement, fire, medical or other emergency services. Determines the location and priority of the emergency and dispatches appropriate emergency units. Answers non-emergency calls for assistance and processes criminal justice information. Monitors multiple public safety radio talk groups and operates a variety of communication/computer equipment. Works 12 hour shifts, overtime shifts including mandatory overtime and must be available to work on scheduled days off and in the event of an emergency.
Education: High School Diploma or equivalent is required. College course work in Criminal Justice, Emergency Services, Public Safety or related field preferred.
Experience: Prior experience in law enforcement, fire service, EMS, high volume customer service center or emergency response dispatch experience is strongly preferred.
Other Requirements: Must pass a data entry/keyboarding test. Must be able to achieve and maintain LEIN processing status. Must pass criminal, credit and other background checks as required by the County. CPR, EMD or advanced first-aid training is preferred. A general knowledge of local streets and traffic patterns is preferred.
How to Apply:
See website: http://pe.ingham.org/Home/CurrentJobOpening.aspx
Michigan Talent Bank Job Order Number: 4095743
Inspector 1 - Full Time
CITY OF EAST LANSING HUMAN RESOURCES
$18 per hour
Performs a variety of activities relating to investigation and inspection of residential structures and vacant lands to determine compliance with the Housing Code; including the minimum housing standards, litter, nuisance and zoning ordinances; to maintain records and prepare reports on projects inspected and to perform a variety of technical tasks relative to assigned area of responsibility. Requires consistent interaction with the public. Enforcement actions required and include issuing tickets and appearing in court as a witness.
Equivalent to a high school diploma supplemented by specialized knowledge of building construction, inspection services, construction codes, including structure and electrical, plumbing and mechanical systems. One to two years work experience dealing directly with the general public; experience in inspection work desirable.
Moderate computer data entry skills.
Must possess an unrestricted Michigan driver's license; with an excellent driving record. Use of personal vehicle required.
Previous work record should reflect a good attendance and timeliness record.
Job will require exposure to construction site environments in possible inclement weather conditions and involve significant walking for prolonged periods of time, inspect in confined spaces; sitting and standing for prolonged periods; climbing, stooping, kneeling, heavy lifting in a field and office environment.
How to Apply:
Required application may be downloaded from www.cityofeastlansing.com and returned to:
East Lansing City Hall, Human Resources, 410 Abbot Road, East Lansing, MI 48823.
Applications will be accepted through 4:00pm on Wednesday March 12, 2014.
All candidates will be notified of our decision by mail or phone within 3-4 weeks after the deadline date, so we ask that no inquiries be made about the status of the application during this period.
Michigan Talent Bank Job Order Number: 4722067