The term public safety telecommunicator is used to describe those communications professionals who perform call taking and dispatching duties. A public safety telecommunicator may be assigned to call taking only, dispatching only or may perform both functional responsibilities.
The position of public safety telecommunicator involves more than answering the phone and sending response units to calls for service. Public safety communications has evolved into a specialized and professional field of endeavor requiring the application of knowledge, attributes and skills not commonly found in other occupations.
Our full time telecommunicators work 12 hour shifts following the Pitman Schedule in a climate controlled 24 hour call center that is open 365 days per year. After completing the training process, our Part-Time Telecommunicators work 20 hours per week with an option to work additional hours if available as staffing needs arise.
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If you’d like to learn more about the Webster Parish E-911 Communications Center, contact us to schedule a visit.
The volunteer fire personnel are an integral part of the fire protection we are able to provide to the citizens of Webster parish. Daily, the men and women who serve in this capacity control and extinguish fires or respond to emergency situations where life, property, or the environment is at risk. Duties may include fire prevention, emergency medical service, hazardous material response, search and rescue, and disaster assistance.
You may apply online for any of our parish fire departments by completing this online application
Please submit one application for each department you wish to apply for.