Top Control Center Operator Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Control Center Operator. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Control Center Operator resumes they appeared on. For example, 18.7% of Control Center Operator resumes contained Emergency Situations as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Control Center Operator actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Control Center Operator resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Emergency Situations

high Demand
Here's how Emergency Situations is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Gathered information concerning security and emergency situations, and maintained daily reporting data base.
  • Established security plan with local agencies to prevent future ground emergency situations.
  • Monitor simplex, daily report writing and respond to emergency situations
  • Communicated emergency and non-emergency situations to executive staff.
  • Used ability to make instant decisions and select a course of action under high stress conditions associated with emergency situations.
  • Dispatch units to emergency situations, active alarms, door force, and Burglar alarms.
  • Record and answer 911 phone calls, ensure quick responses to emergency situations.
  • Respond to call for citizen safety and render first aid in emergency situations.
  • Briefed and dispatched lawenforcement and security patrols to any incidents, alarms and emergency situations.
  • Directed and dispatched police units to routine/emergency situations, led/completed investigations and reports.
  • Communicated with SAP/SAR/D.O.D management after work hours in emergency situations.
  • Direct all staff during routine and emergency situations.
  • Coordinate responses to onsite emergency situations.

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2. Cctv

high Demand
Here's how Cctv is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Monitor CCTV for any unauthorized activity and generate reports when required.
  • Monitor 300+ CCTV cameras for HST Main State and 17 other states to monitor the activities at the Consular Affairs offices.
  • Used CCTV, data logs, card access logs and alarm inputs to carry investigations and produce precise reports.
  • Perform security functions at the Global Security Control Center to include alarm monitoring, CCTV, and investigating disturbances.
  • Gathered CCTV footage, employee statements, and relevant documentation to support criminal proceedings against violators.
  • Monitor an array of both analog and digital CCTV cameras, covering the SSA complex.
  • Sustained, and upgraded Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) components around classified areas.
  • Monitored Intrusion Alarms, CCTV cameras, and dispatched security officers to problematic areas.
  • Monitored CCTV cameras of authorized entrance and departure of employees and visitors.
  • Monitor and control CCTV, NVR's, elevators and stairwell intercoms.
  • Monitor the CCTV camera to check passengers load inside the terminals.
  • Dispatch Patrolman to alarms, monitor CCTV, provide internal 911 services
  • Investigated all alarms via CCTV or security officer inspection.
  • Monitored CCTV, badge readers, and alarms.
  • Monitored CCTV for manufacturing, shipping, receiving, metal detectors, employee work Responsible for dispatching all appropriate response teams.
  • Monitored alarms and CCTV's Monitor and operate a radio console and computer equipment
  • Monitor CCTV camera, C-Cure administration, Intellex and Access Sentry software.
  • Dispatch Fire/ Elevator alarm monitoring Report writing Floor and perimeter patrols Monitor CCTV cameras

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3. Law Enforcement

high Demand
Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Performed emergency dispatcher duties and directed the response of law enforcement patrols to accidents or incidents for preliminary or complete investigation.
  • Investigate incidents and compose detailed reports to be delivered to management and law enforcement officials as needed.
  • Estimated $100,000 monetary loss for each evacuation for reduction of productivity and additional law enforcement responses.
  • Coordinated security operations and activities with public law enforcement, fire departments and other agencies.
  • Maintained and safeguarded classified material while operating the Air Force law enforcement terminal system.
  • Established technical proficiency and expertise in law enforcement and security of Dover AFB.
  • Recommended changes, and improvements to security and law enforcement procedures.
  • Investigated missing persons and other Maritime Law Enforcement incidents
  • Liaised daily with Federal Protective Service, Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department, and local law enforcement around the U.S.
  • Controlled, dispatched, monitored and coordinated security and law enforcement operations for 58 posts & patrols.
  • Dispatched law enforcement patrols on reports from the public of crime or disturbances with emergency services.
  • Observed and reported inconsistencies, crime and/or discrepancies to company sites or law enforcement.
  • Coordinated with Local law enforcement on individuals suspected of Driving under the influence.
  • Provided training on basic law enforcement, combat skills, self-defense.
  • Acted as liaison between local forces and international law enforcement.
  • Dispatched Law Enforcement, Security, or Base Defense Units to emergencies and incidents -Directed daily Base Security and Defense measures.
  • Monitored the emergency 911 phone line dispatched law enforcement patrols to all incidences law enforcement related.STANDARDIZED EVALUATION
  • Monitor ATM machine alarms and dispatch security supervisors and local law enforcement for a response.
  • Controlled and monitored law enforcement, security and resource protection for Eglin AFB.

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4. Access Control

high Demand
Here's how Access Control is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Monitored and controlled alarm/access control systems; facilitated security related communications, and coordination of aircraft and ground operations emergencies.
  • Operate computerized alarm, access control and alarm monitoring equipment.
  • Monitor automated access control and video surveillance systems.
  • Monitor CCTV's, Answer all incoming calls, Dispatch officers to needed areas, access control.
  • Assist all security posts and security officers with access control, employee records, and general information.
  • Radio dispatch, access control, audio/video monitoring, & records for County Jail.
  • Obtained identification of contractors and monitored sign in/out charts as part of access control.
  • Access control, CCTV monitoring and LENEL alarm monitoring on a regional scale.
  • Alarm monitoring, access control, CCTV and PTZ cameras.
  • Managed access to several facilities via AMAG access control system.
  • Access control at all points of entry in complex.
  • Monitor and maintain access control of Samsung property.
  • Monitor CCTV and access control systems.
  • Instruct All Security Officers In All Phases Of Access Control I.e.
  • Update the ACL's (access control lists).
  • Achieved and conducted effective surveillance of access control using a working knowledge of electronic security systems (Closed Circuit T.V.
  • Assist in oversight for the Key Access Control program ensuring 100% accountability for facility access.
  • Monitor both CCTV and sophisticated access control system for a 1.1 million square foot facility.
  • Operated and maintained access control systems, including biometric devices and property access control software.
  • Monitor CCTVs, Alarms, Access Control, and Company Property Movement.

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5. Customer Service

high Demand
Here's how Customer Service is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Performed additional general administrative and customer service-related tasks as necessary.
  • Acted as customer service/security at building entrances.
  • Direct and supervise market center accounts receivable, accounts payable, billing, customer service, and human resources.
  • Used a customer service mentality to establish a personal rapport with both internal and external customers.
  • Maintain continuous focus on providing outstanding customer service (both internal and external).
  • Monitored all building access and acted as customer service associate at building entrances.
  • Provided outstanding customer service via phone calls, e-mails, and in person.
  • Provided over the phone customer service in small scale office setting.
  • Provided face to face customer service to maintenance personnel.
  • Provide quality customer service for Sailors and their families.
  • Worked in an office atmosphere where I had direct face to face, or over the phone experience in customer service.
  • Key Results: * Provide excellent customer service while taking various payments from customers.
  • Provided customer service face to face and over multi line telephones.

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6. Alarm Activations

high Demand
Here's how Alarm Activations is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Monitored base alarm system for over 50 alarmed facilities and dispatched patrols to investigate alarm activations and duress situations.
  • Monitor over 60 alarm facilities; dispatched patrols alarm activations with zero loss to Air Force resources.
  • Responded to alarm activations, major accidents and 911 emergencies - initial on-scene commander.
  • Monitored alarm activations for over 51 buildings.

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7. Security Personnel

high Demand
Here's how Security Personnel is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Monitored alarms for over 40 facilities and dispatched security personnel as appropriate.
  • Managed and maintained shift scheduling using Valiant HRIS to ensure all security personnel were at their designated posts.
  • Monitored over 35 stairway alarms and dispatched the appropriate security personnel to prevent breaches.
  • Assist in training new Security personnel.

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8. Financial Statements

high Demand
Here's how Financial Statements is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Prepared monthly financial statements, budget analysis and projected cash flow requirement reports.
  • Supervised a staff of seven to develop the financial statements for the fourteen units.
  • Completed monthly close, prepared financial statements, developed monthly forecast and annual budget.
  • Oversee the accounting process including the preparation and analysis of financial statements.
  • Led the annual property audit and issued tax basis financial statements.
  • Prepared budget and aided in the preparation of financial statements.
  • Generated monthly financial statements (Oracle).
  • Prepare and present financial statements.

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9. CNC

high Demand
Here's how CNC is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Operated 5-axis Willemin-Macodel CNC milling centers and assorted 3-axis milling centers with 2-axis programmable indexing units.
  • Operated Toshiba and OKK horizontal CNC machining center for production * Programmed, set-up, and ran CNC machining centers for production
  • Gained opportunity to learn to operate and program a CNC vertical milling machine using a CAM programming system, GIBBS.
  • Worked primarily on the CNC milling center machine, also did secondary operations when needed.
  • Operated conventional and CNC machines to manufacture fire fighting nozzles.
  • Write and/or edit programs on CNC machines as needed.
  • Set up and operated STAR CNC swiss turning centers, laying an excellent foundation for my manual turning skill set.
  • Generated machining center program files and machined assembly parts on CNC panel processing machines.
  • Programmed and operated a CNC Machining center..made pistons for Cadillacs
  • Set up and operated CNC Matsurra 1000 Twin Spindle and Excello machining centers.

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10. Incident Reports

high Demand
Here's how Incident Reports is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Prepare accurate/chronological incident reports and conduct preliminary investigations.
  • Prepare detailed incident reports for submission.
  • Organized and reviewed security forces blotter, incident reports, and other necessary shift level correspondences.
  • Scrutinized, reviewed, and aided with preparation and maintenance of security forces incident reports.
  • Complete incident reports as required for all high priority incidents within the CMMS.
  • Prepare Security shift logs, Safety reports, Incident reports.
  • Review and approve incident reports of Guards prior to submission.
  • Maintain security reports and write incident reports as required.

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11. Property Damage

high Demand
Here's how Property Damage is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Investigate any incident that occurs on shift, including thefts, traffic accidents, property damage, etc.
  • Write reports on property damage, theft, presence of unauthorized persons and unusual occurrences.

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12. Emergency Response

high Demand
Here's how Emergency Response is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Report incidents or suspicious activity to client representatives, company management, and Emergency Response Team members.
  • Coordinate emergency responses utilizing communication devices, such as phones, 2-way radio and email notification.
  • Maintain constant communications with supervisors, outside contractors, and emergency response personnel.
  • Handled call volume regarding distressful situations and emergency response, briefed upper management.
  • Perform recall procedures of base personnel during emergency response situations.
  • Dispatched emergency response personnel to fire, smoke, security, and medical emergencies on campus.
  • Provide travel and hotel accommodations for HELP TEAM members and clients during active emergency responses.
  • Single point of contact for building services, electrical assistance, or emergency response.
  • Gained experience in developing/carrying out contingency operations, rout planning and multiple emergency responses plans.
  • Provide Alarm monitoring and emergency response for one of G4Ss premier accounts.
  • Coordinated emergency response actions with medical personnel and first responders to ensure the evacuation of wounded personnel in a timely manner.

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13. Computer System

average Demand
Here's how Computer System is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Completed necessary computer system backups and data transfers to support the Veterans Private Network requirements.
  • Pulled orders from the computer system and ensure products were ready to be shipped.
  • Entered information into computer system.

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14. Data Entry

average Demand
Here's how Data Entry is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Operated keyboard and other data entry device to enter data into computer or onto magnetic tape and disk.

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15. Logistics

average Demand
Here's how Logistics is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Analyzed logistics coordination and manifests cargo/passengers through the use of the Global Air Transportation Execution System to any aircraft destination.
  • Worked directly with the Secret Service and presidential transportation detail to coordinate intricate logistics measures.
  • Directed logistics and administrative support; monitored discipline and morale.
  • Coordinated logistics of supporting entire fleet of presidential aircraft that included 19 helicopters and 22 aircraft on missions worldwide.
  • Responded to and assisted with resolution of maintenance failure, logistics issues or in-flight emergencies.
  • Provided sustained, effective and timely support of strategic and tactical logistics for U.S.
  • Plan daily the entire logistics of there travel and security.
  • Perform all administrative & logistics functions for all force protections member and report to Shift Supervisor.
  • Key Accomplishments Include: Drove suggestions and recommendations from frontline staff to aid in the development of logistics processes.

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16. Fire Departments

average Demand
Here's how Fire Departments is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Coordinated these responding units with fire departments, police & sheriff's office responders, and Alarm Company.
  • Call police or fire departments in cases of emergency, such as fire or presence of unauthorized persons.

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17. Phone Calls

average Demand
Here's how Phone Calls is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Screened telephone calls for management and provided clerical support, assisting with faxing, filing, and copying projects.
  • Accommodated a multitude of phone calls while completing daily tasks within their deadlines.
  • Received 911 telephone calls, communications, and dispatched emergency personnel to incidents.
  • Patched phone calls to various crews, departments, or other individuals.
  • Received complicated phone calls which were successful handle through training and professionalism.
  • Answered multi-line telephone calls and activated corporate paging system when needed.

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18. Lenel

average Demand
Here's how Lenel is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Maintained the computer hardware and software on the Lenel Security system.
  • Dispatch collect pertinent information as well As perform detailed duties using the Lenel system for multiple government facilities.
  • Monitor lenel system for alerts and alarms.

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19. Commander

average Demand
Here's how Commander is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Performed internal and external armed security response for Headquarters and Commanders of US Central and Special Operations Commands.
  • Prepared GO/SES Senior Leader notifications for the Commander and builds case files and updates internal tracking documents.
  • Collaborated with watch commander on site with all incidents that were reported to the command center.
  • Provided outbound load and hazardous cargo briefings to aircraft commanders or designated crew members.
  • Acted as a liaison between different base agencies including several agency commanders.
  • Provided PSD for United States Air Forces Europe Commander.

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20. Scada

average Demand
Here's how Scada is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Review SCADA reports daily and make decision based on analysis in order to improve efficiency throughout the cooperative.
  • Monitor and control SCADA and any power outages in GVEC service area.
  • Work with ESCA, SCADA and Distribution Automation devices.
  • Monitor 400 wells via the SCADA computer program.
  • Monitor and edit SCADA one-lines on the SCADA system to improve accuracy of the system model.

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21. Management System

average Demand
Here's how Management System is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Analyzed normal / abnormal operating conditions utilizing experience and Energy management System computer resources.
  • Developed highly skilled accounting and financial management system to achieve established objectives.
  • Implemented pay-on-receipt process and online document management system.
  • Update Remedy ticketing management system to include Master Station Logs, Trouble Tickets, and Status Reports.
  • Use XM's Remedy Trouble Management System to dispatch, document and track repairs and work-in-progress.
  • Supervised the use of the Energy Management System, SPP Net, ECAR Net, and MAIN Net.
  • Worked with the Honeywell Energy Management and Security System and the Archibus Computer Integration Facility Management System.
  • Monitor the Keltron Fire and Life Safety Event Management System.

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22. Security Incidents

average Demand
Here's how Security Incidents is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Initiated reports of 16+ nuclear security incidents, ensured precise information was relayed to installation commander.
  • Safeguarded $4.1+ million in U.S. / Host Nation assets with zero security incidents.

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23. Setup

average Demand
Here's how Setup is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Accomplished mission folder, logs and trip setup sheets manually or automated into GATES.
  • Machine setup and tool changes were also a part of the job.
  • Used Excel, Top View, and Process Book to setup active monitoring and alarming for curtailment and other.
  • Program, setup and operate Okuma Genos L250 Turning Centers.
  • Assisted with Communications to setup emergency channels and tactical channels.

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24. DOD

average Demand
Here's how DOD is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Coordinated with aerial port agencies throughout the DoD to facilitate the movement of originating, transiting and terminating cargo and passengers.
  • Ensured aircraft contractors met all DoD contracting standards and requirements.
  • Worked closely with NSA and DISA to ensure Charleston AFB met all directives in accordance with DOD and U.S. Law.
  • Conducted 50 inspections as Quality Assurance Evaluator validating $750M DoD airlift Contract.
  • Maintain mission readiness for worldwide deployment supporting DoD and Overseas Contingency Operations.
  • COORDINATE extensively with DGS, AOC and other Department of Defense (DOD) organizations when collecting/analyzing intelligence data.4.

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25. Emergency Services

average Demand
Here's how Emergency Services is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Contacted Emergency Services in the event of fuel spills or other emergencies involving fuels personnel.
  • Report as necessary any incidents to the emergency services.

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26. Hvac

low Demand
Here's how Hvac is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Monitored HVAC and building security of two large high-rise towers and a large retail establishment on a nightly basis.
  • Operated Building Automated Control Center - nerve center for all building operations including HVAC and security.
  • Viewed a large bank of video monitors for fire, security and HVAC control.

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27. Daily Activities

low Demand
Here's how Daily Activities is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Completed reports of daily activities and requirements during work assignment.
  • Report daily activities to the Watch commander on security related issue and contractor entering the secure area without proper authorization.
  • Maintain detailed log documentation of daily activities that has been communicated via 2-way radio, telephone and the intercom.
  • Logged daily activities into police blotter.

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28. Computer Programs

low Demand
Here's how Computer Programs is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Compiled, stored and retrieved PSI Data using a variety of computer programs not limited to the Microsoft Suite.
  • Insert computer programs into CNC workcenters and set machine speeds and feeds.
  • Worked with various computer programs.

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29. Missile

low Demand
Here's how Missile is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Tracked, monitored, and ensured constant surveillance of nuclear missile, and nuclear warhead convoy activities.
  • Tracked all vehicles operating in the 13,800 square mile missile complex and follows established tracking priorities.
  • Provided security for navy nuclear submarines during offloading, unloading of nuclear missiles and warheads.
  • Obtained travel conditions and communicated with teams traveling to Missile Alert Facilities & Launch Facilities
  • Monitor and direct security personnel to control direct access to the Missile Defense Agency.
  • Posted inside the Missile Defense Agency Security Operations Control Center (SOC) on Schriever Air Force Base.

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30. Appropriate Personnel

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Here's how Appropriate Personnel is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Received emergency phone calls and determined appropriate personnel to dispatch to location based on circumstances.
  • Monitor and direct the Black Hills FiberCom network and report/escalate all outages/alarms to appropriate personnel.

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31. Airmen

low Demand
Here's how Airmen is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Trained Airmen according to Aerial Port regulations and coordinate training activities to optimize knowledge retention and job readiness.
  • Monitored all Airport Operations Control Center alarms, issue and cancel airport/airfield condition reports and Notice to Airmen.
  • Evaluated, and reviewed police operations to help junior airmen to assist them in performing their duties.
  • Developed and maintained the unit's daily personnel accountability report for 323 airmen.

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32. Key Personnel

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Here's how Key Personnel is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Ensured emergency action information was disseminated to various aerial port work centers and key personnel.
  • Coordinated with other Law Enforcement Agencies, monitored custody of detained persons, and notified key personnel.

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33. Alarm Points

low Demand
Here's how Alarm Points is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Managed $2.5M Advantor Alarm System which monitors over 100 alarm points and 64 facilities.

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34. Terminal Operations

low Demand
Here's how Terminal Operations is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Order and receive Jet fuel Tank trucks receipt for daily fuels Terminal Operations.

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35. Patrol Officers

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Here's how Patrol Officers is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Relayed pertinent information to patrol officers and other staff as requested.
  • Monitored 25 Dell executive residence alarms Responsible for dispatching interior and exterior patrol officers to include five police officers.

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36. Daily Operations

low Demand
Here's how Daily Operations is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Coordinated the completion of daily operations including physical security checks and briefed Senior US/NATO leadership of all incidents.
  • Controlled and directed 45 security and law enforcement personnel during daily operations and emergency situations.
  • Directed communications and daily operations of security forces.
  • Provide tours of Tech Control Facility to all levels of military and civilian personnel explaining daily operations and functions of equipment.
  • Operated a global operation control center at a 12 building complex for daily operations and emergencies.

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37. EMS

low Demand
Here's how EMS is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Integrated reporting across multiple financial reporting systems for weekly and monthly updates of financial and manufacturing data.
  • Identify data communication circuit and equipment problems, then initiate and lead fault isolation efforts until resolution.
  • Communicated with various centers across the country and entered important information for surveillance and detection systems.
  • Responded to customer/client questions and solved problems according to standardized procedures while maintaining a courteous manner.
  • Operate alphanumeric and computerized paging systems to provide government notifications for emergency and non-emergency incidents.
  • Coordinated OCPS security officer responses to emergencies and critical incidents using Available systems of communication.
  • Operated control systems and regulated equipment according to unit design and system requirements.
  • Scheduled staff and on-call 7/24 to support software application and telecommunication equipment problems.
  • Integrated general ledger productivity model attached with weighted average inventory costing systems.
  • Utilized Honeywell systems program to control building operations throughout Baltimore Metro area.
  • Watched for suspicious events or items, including international cargo receiving.
  • Operated computerized patrol tour and key control systems, radios, automated public address system, and other SCC security-related equipment.
  • Improved plant by relabeling and tagging plant equipment and piping systems making it safer and easier for someone new to learn.
  • Logged in and retrieved emergency related information from the security monitoring systems - SMS, GMS, STARS and so on.
  • Communicate and interact with United States Coast Guard, local EMS, Fire, and Law Enforcement personnel when required.
  • Monitor SIPRNET and track or resolve problems which impact continuing system operations and make recommendations for corrective actions as required.
  • Monitored cameras and alarm systems for the both the OCPS Community, Retrieved and transcribed video information, as requested.
  • Monitored closed circuit television camera systems for base restricted and controlled area protecting $1B in Air Force resources.
  • Controlled all communications and surveillance via CCTV, radio systems, 911 system and California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System.
  • Fire panel equipment and procedures that monitored any and all malfunctions, tests and problems with the fire system.

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38. Technical Support

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Here's how Technical Support is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Provided support to technical support representative and took on escalated calls.
  • Provided technical support to Nodal Managers.
  • Provide technical support for field performers using the Mobile Data Terminal.
  • Provide technical support to Boeing customer's world wide.
  • Provided technical support to field workers.

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39. AMC

low Demand
Here's how AMC is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Coordinated/recorded aircraft flight-line operations with TACC and Air Passenger Services, Air Freight, Fleet Services, MACC, and AMCC.
  • Coordinated advanced payload information with AMCC duty controller within AMC standards for accurate fuel and load planning.
  • Compiled aircraft handling data and completed AMC Form 77, Aircraft Ground Handling Reports.
  • Supervised contractors who perform maintenance tasks for ARAMCO properties to insure quality.
  • Received and Transmitted Transportation documents and Information from HQ AMC.
  • Coordinated 19 Critical AMC MICAP Shipments
  • Documented data pertinent to the loading/offloading/ground servicing of aircraft using local and AMC directed forms, and processes..

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40. Medal

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Here's how Medal is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Audit Evaluation Program Technician Received multiple Military Medallions for contributing to process/program improvements and implementation.
  • Air Force Commendation Medal for Exemplary Service Honored as Pacific Air Force Airman of the Year.

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41. Bomb Threats

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Here's how Bomb Threats is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Provided swift response to emergencies such as bomb threats, civil disturbances, and aircraft accidents.

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42. Radio Communications

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Here's how Radio Communications is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Monitor and utilizes radio communications over VHF radio and Local Mobile Radio (LMR) Network.
  • Trained 15 foreign nationals on flight line driving, radio communications, and safety.
  • Provided Command and Control through the use of radio communications or telephonic abilities.

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43. Critical Information

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Here's how Critical Information is used in Control Center Operator jobs:
  • Relayed critical information to the appropriate stations in various regions in the country needed for interpreting and evaluating logistical solutions.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Control Center Operator

Emergency Situations23.2%
Cctv8.7%
Law Enforcement7.2%
Access Control6.5%
Customer Service5.6%
Alarm Activations5.3%
Security Personnel5.1%
Financial Statements4.3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Control Center Operator

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Emergency Situations
Emergency Situations
18.7%
18.7%
2
2
Cctv
Cctv
7%
7%
3
3
Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement
5.8%
5.8%
4
4
Access Control
Access Control
5.2%
5.2%
5
5
Customer Service
Customer Service
4.5%
4.5%
6
6
Alarm Activations
Alarm Activations
4.3%
4.3%
7
7
Security Personnel
Security Personnel
4.1%
4.1%
8
8
Financial Statements
Financial Statements
3.4%
3.4%
9
9
CNC
CNC
3.3%
3.3%
10
10
Incident Reports
Incident Reports
3.3%
3.3%
11
11
Property Damage
Property Damage
3.2%
3.2%
12
12
Emergency Response
Emergency Response
2.7%
2.7%
13
13
Computer System
Computer System
2.3%
2.3%
14
14
Data Entry
Data Entry
2.1%
2.1%
15
15
Logistics
Logistics
2%
2%
16
16
Fire Departments
Fire Departments
2%
2%
17
17
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
1.8%
1.8%
18
18
Lenel
Lenel
1.6%
1.6%
19
19
Commander
Commander
1.6%
1.6%
20
20
Scada
Scada
1.5%
1.5%
21
21
Management System
Management System
1.4%
1.4%
22
22
Security Incidents
Security Incidents
1.2%
1.2%
23
23
Setup
Setup
1.1%
1.1%
24
24
DOD
DOD
1%
1%
25
25
Emergency Services
Emergency Services
1%
1%
26
26
Hvac
Hvac
1%
1%
27
27
Daily Activities
Daily Activities
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Computer Programs
Computer Programs
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Missile
Missile
0.9%
0.9%
30
30
Appropriate Personnel
Appropriate Personnel
0.9%
0.9%
31
31
Airmen
Airmen
0.9%
0.9%
32
32
Key Personnel
Key Personnel
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Alarm Points
Alarm Points
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
Terminal Operations
Terminal Operations
0.8%
0.8%
35
35
Patrol Officers
Patrol Officers
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Daily Operations
Daily Operations
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
EMS
EMS
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Technical Support
Technical Support
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
AMC
AMC
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Medal
Medal
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Bomb Threats
Bomb Threats
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Radio Communications
Radio Communications
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Critical Information
Critical Information
0.6%
0.6%

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