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Top Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher resumes they appeared on. For example, 9.7% of Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher resumes contained EMS as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. EMS

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Here's how EMS is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Updated and maintained both Washington and National Crime databases utilizing multiple data systems.
  • Assisted the County in being recognized as an accredited center of excellence for Police, Fire, and EMS through IAED.
  • Monitored multiple radio frequencies and responded to requests for services or records; monitored alarm systems at specific locations.
  • Monitored over 500 intrusion/panic alarm computer systems and other alarm panels at the police operations and switchboard room.
  • Dispatched Law enforcement, EMS, and Fire department to assist community with the appropriate help needed.
  • Skilled in public safety dispatch procedures for Police, Fire, and EMS including Routine/Emergency procedures.
  • Trained and proficient in dispatching law enforcement, EMS and fire for city and county agencies.
  • Worked with and helped fellow public safety personnel including police, fire, and EMS personnel.
  • Routed dispatch calls to police, fire, and EMS departments as appropriate.
  • Answered all incoming public and 911 calls for police, fire, ems.
  • Learned new computer systems, phone systems and radio systems when needed.
  • Handled calls from public for police, fire, and EMS Dispatch
  • Entered, second checked, modified and cleared LINK/NCIC items.
  • Dispatched Police, Fire and EMS personnel
  • Dispatched Law Enforcement, EMS.
  • Operated varied and complex computerized communication and emergency warning systems equipment.
  • Multitasked and monitored multiple security systems.
  • Conducted database entries in relation to FCIC/NCIC entries, verifications and removal of items and persons of interest.
  • Dispatched Police/Fire/EMS responders, NCIC/TCIC duties included running/entering stolen items, vehicles, warrants and missing persons.
  • Answered and direct incoming office calls, took reports,entered data, monitored multiple alarm systems.

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2. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Maintained CPR certification as required by the National Academy of Emergency Dispatchers.
  • Advanced EMD certified*ProQA user certified*CPR certified
  • Administered CPR instructions to numerous third party individuals.
  • Certified to use MULES, CPR, Emergency Medical Dispatcher and Pro QA.
  • Provided first aid, CPR and emergency oxygen as required.
  • Certified in firearms and CPR.

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3. Law Enforcement

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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Entered pertinent information into computer dispatched law enforcement, medical services, and fire departments as situations required.
  • Requested teletype response from initiating law enforcement agency regarding a wanted subject in custody or a located stolen vehicle.
  • Promoted from Public Safety for outstanding response record and demonstration of law enforcement terminology and police codes.
  • Performed oversight of dispatcher training and delegated agency ownership for complex emergency scenarios, inclusive of medical and law enforcement.
  • Looked up and used law enforcement communications for state and national information.
  • Certified in Commonwealth Law Enforcement Agency Network & PennDot confidential databases.

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4. Public Safety

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Here's how Public Safety is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Dispatched Public Safety Personnel and Resources.
  • Obtained knowledge of procedures and methods used in the operation of a public safety communications center
  • Monitored video and audio surveillance of public safety compound.
  • Monitored several complex public safety radio frequencies.
  • Dispatched appropriate public safety units and monitored the status of all emergency and non-emergency situations.
  • Maintained status and locations of public safety personnel.

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5. CAD

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Here's how CAD is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Used CAD to determine appropriate agency response, ensure that request for calls were routed to the appropriate agency /console assignment.
  • Dispatched responses to high-stress calls involving barricades, robberies, assaults, traffic stops and weapons discharge.
  • Utilized numerous computer programs, such as Motorola Dispatch, CAD, Spillman, P.S.
  • Dispatched, by policy and CAD recommendation the appropriate responders on a call-by-call basis.
  • Certified Dispatcher through Southwest Virginia Criminal Justice Academy and VCIN/NCIS certified.
  • Obtained certifications from International Academies of Emergency Dispatch.

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6. Non-Emergency Calls

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Here's how Non-Emergency Calls is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Prioritized, managed and dispatched emergency and non-emergency calls for service while retrieving critical information from officers and the public.
  • Determined the nature and location of the emergency or non-emergency calls to dispatch appropriate units necessary per established procedures.
  • Required to process emergency and non-emergency calls while listening, communicating, and speaking effectively with units on patrol.
  • Operated telephonic and radio systems to dispatch police officers to emergency and non-emergency calls for service.
  • Dispatched fire and police personnel to various emergency and non-emergency calls throughout Chattanooga and outlying areas.
  • Received non-emergency calls to the Sheriff's office and provided public information or dispatched non-emergency service personnel in response.

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7. Ncic

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Here's how Ncic is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Entered and removed various entries in the NCIC system and did bolos.
  • Obtained TCIC/NCIC Certification, TLETS Certification, TCLEOSE Certification, Family Violence and Sexual Assault Certification, and Crisis Communication Certification.
  • Certified on the Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS) and the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) system.
  • Operated National Crime Information Center (NCIC) & Crime Information Network terminals to make inquiries and enter data
  • Maintained Top Secret Military Security Clearance and NCIC and FCIC security clearances through the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
  • Operated and monitored local, state (ACIC) and national (NCIC) crime information computer systems.

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8. Fire Departments

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Here's how Fire Departments is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Routed police, ambulance, and fire departments to locations by using google earth and mapquest.
  • Coordinated calls with local agencies including fire department, Sheriff's Office, ambulances, and 10 volunteer fire departments.
  • Clarified requests from area fire departments for Advanced Life Support intercepts for 9-1-1 calls in the area.
  • Dispatched out calls received the Fire Departments and Police Officers.
  • Dispatched all units and representatives from fire departments, rescue squads, animal control, public utilities.
  • Maintained the written records of all responses and services provided by the police and fire departments.

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9. Communications Equipment

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Here's how Communications Equipment is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Maintained operation of critical communications equipment.
  • Performed lead work and full performance police dispatch work operating and monitoring communications equipment in response to police emergencies.
  • Entered, retrieved and updated information on three computers and communications equipment.
  • Operated Computer Aided Dispatch communications equipment, and performed related duties as assigned.
  • Operated a variety of communications equipment, including radio consoles, telephones and computer systems.
  • Operated a variety of communications equipment.

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10. Vehicle Registration

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Here's how Vehicle Registration is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Received and processed requests for information regarding vehicle registration, driving records and warrants.
  • Retrieved information on vehicle registrations, drivers license and outstanding warrants for officers.
  • Maintained information regarding vehicle registration, stolen vehicles, and emergency situations.
  • Received and processed requests for information regarding vehicle registration, driving records and warrants, and provided pertinent data.
  • Received requests for information regarding vehicle registration, driving records and warrants, and provides pertinent data.
  • Conducted State and Federal personal background check along with vehicle registration and driver's license authorizations.

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11. EMD

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Here's how EMD is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Provided Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) in life threatening situations.
  • Obtained certification in Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) in 2014.
  • Answered 911 calls using EMD to gather chief complaint, and give instructions if needed.
  • Completed quality assurance reviews for medical calls received by each employee within the agency to ensure compliance with EMD standards.
  • Maintained certification pursuant to CJIS/NCIC and EMD regulations.
  • Obtained NCIC, VCIN Certification, EMD certification.

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12. Two-Way Radios

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Here's how Two-Way Radios is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Operated numerous personal computer applications and two-way radios.

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13. Fire Units

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Here's how Fire Units is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Prioritized incoming calls for service and 911, dispatched all police and fire units required utilizing CAD and all government systems.
  • Maintained contact and status with police and fire units on assignments.
  • Dispatched police and fire units by utilizing a computer and two-way radio.
  • Dispatched police and/or fire units given the call for service.
  • Used maps and computers to assist responding fire units locating fire plugs that would be needed.
  • Maintained contact with all units on assignment, status and location of police and fire units.

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14. Pertinent Information

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Here's how Pertinent Information is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Processed restraining orders for the court by researching and obtaining pertinent information.
  • Dispatched field units to complaints for investigation; obtained and relayed all pertinent information utilizing clear communication methods and skills
  • Maintained two way radio dispatch requests and obtained pertinent information for officers while answering incoming radio transmission.
  • Verified vehicle registration driving records, active warrants, criminal history and other pertinent information.
  • Determined nature of emergency, collected pertinent information, and transferred calls to appropriate emergency agencies.
  • Dispatched police units and obtained pertinent information from distressed citizens in order to assist police officers.

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15. Criminal History

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Here's how Criminal History is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Conducted NCIC and criminal history checks for FPS officers.
  • Conducted background investigations, prepared criminal history packages, monitored surveillance cameras and interacted with the public and various agencies.
  • Operated telecommunication equipment and retrieved requests for information regarding vehicle registration, driving records and criminal history.
  • Processed request on the National Crime Information Center computer including license request and criminal history inquiries.
  • Passed extensive criminal history and background checks as well as a psychological examination.
  • Searched computer database for driving records, vehicle registration and criminal history.

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16. Pre-Arrival Instructions

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Here's how Pre-Arrival Instructions is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Asked vital questions and provided pre-arrival instructions for emergency medical calls.
  • Asked vital questions and provided pre-arrival instructions to responding personnel.
  • Provided pre-arrival instructions to caller.
  • Provided medical pre-arrival instructions to callers until the medic rigs were on-scene and with the caller.
  • Provided Fire or EMS personnel gave pre-arrival instructions using calming techniques per event type.
  • Provided pre-arrival instructions to callers, determined nature of calls and assigned appropriate responders.

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17. Radio Communications

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Here's how Radio Communications is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Operated computer aided dispatch and radio communications for multiple Police, Fire, and Ambulance services.
  • Communicated effectively with the public while accessing the dispatch database and providing detailed radio communications to police units.
  • Monitored and answered radio communications with officers and firefighters via radio console while ensuring their safety.
  • Monitored and answered radio communications with officers via radio console while ensuring their safety.
  • Communicated over law enforcement radio channels while initiating and responding to radio communications.
  • Inputted reports and assisted police officers on duty with radio communications.

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18. Appropriate Personnel

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Here's how Appropriate Personnel is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Maintained information regarding emergencies and identified appropriate personnel and equipment needed in those situations.
  • Dispatched appropriate personnel to incident locations; monitored radio traffic and maintain awareness of activities.
  • Identified appropriate personnel and equipment needed in emergency situations.
  • Prioritized calls and dispatched appropriate personnel.
  • Contacted appropriate personnel to advise and notify of monitored situations.
  • Identified appropriate personnel and equipment needed in emergency situations.

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19. Criminal Information

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Here's how Criminal Information is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Operated Division of Criminal Information computer equipment in support of various police functions to facilitate data retrieval needed for effective police operations
  • Obtained sensitive data for police officers from the Georgia Criminal Information Center.
  • Operated the State Bureau of Investigation's Division of Criminal Information computer.

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20. Radio Traffic

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Here's how Radio Traffic is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Monitored radio channels for service requests from other jurisdictions and emergency radio traffic.
  • Dispatched and monitored police radio traffic.
  • Monitored radio traffic and communications.
  • Entered missing and/or stolen license plate information, monitoring and responding to radio traffic.
  • Dispatched calls for service and handled all officer initiated radio traffic.
  • Monitored radio traffic, and dispatched animal control (AC) officers on trapped, wounded or lost animal calls.

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21. Computer System

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Here's how Computer System is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Entered papers into our computer system as well as the state system.
  • Verified judicial documents were entered into computer system correctly.
  • Entered pertinent information into computer system to document call.
  • Monitored and operated the National Criminal Information Center computer system.
  • Monitored, maintained and accessed University wide alarm computer system.
  • Performed data preparation tasks by entering information into the computer system and running necessary reports.

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22. Radio Consoles

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Here's how Radio Consoles is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Required the ability to operate state of the art computer integrated telephone and radio consoles.
  • Operated 3 multi-channel radio consoles.

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23. Dispatch Personnel

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Here's how Dispatch Personnel is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Developed a flash card based training system allowing non-dispatch personnel to act as dispatchers during heavy call volume.
  • Eliminated 66 hours of mandatory overtime per two-week pay period by better utilization of dispatch personnel.
  • Interfaced with customers to identify needs, field questions, and dispatch personnel as needed.
  • Trained and assisted in the professional development of dispatch personnel.
  • Participated in collaborative problem solving with Police, Fire and Dispatch personnel.
  • Prepared payroll sheets for police/dispatch personnel.

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24. Dispatch System

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Here's how Dispatch System is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Assisted in the implementation of the Computer Aided Dispatch system as well as Enhanced 911.
  • Worked on computer aided dispatch system.
  • entered and updated information in computer aided dispatch system.
  • Dispatched calls for ambulances primarily and fire/rescue resources as needed through a computerized dispatch system and manually when required.
  • Dispatched emergency response personnel using digital and/or analog voice communications equipment, and/or an emergency computer dispatch systems.
  • Dispatched emergency response personnel using digital and/or analog voice communications equipment, and/or an emergency computer dispatch system.

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25. Emergency Ambulance Service

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Here's how Emergency Ambulance Service is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Received incoming telephone or alarm system calls regarding emergency and non-emergency requests for police, fire, and emergency ambulance services.

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26. Retrieve Information

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Here's how Retrieve Information is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Used data entry procedures to update, verify and retrieve information.
  • Performed various computer operations to retrieve information from various computers used in criminal justice environment (i.e.

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27. Appropriate Agencies

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Here's how Appropriate Agencies is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Routed information to appropriate agencies, in and out of the county.
  • Answered and dispatched to appropriate agencies.
  • Answered 911 & in house calls, dispatched appropriate agencies to these calls
  • Dispatched calls to the appropriate agencies.

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28. Police Department

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Here's how Police Department is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Communicated and dispatched for 28 fire departments, 15 police departments, and two ambulance services.
  • Receives/transferred emergency and non-emergency calls to the Police department assuring all calls were directed to the appropriate department/units.
  • Dispatched police personnel to emergency and non-emergency situations in accordance with Albuquerque Police Department Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Provided community and inter agency communications for the police department through various methods.
  • Received and dispatched calls for emergency police department service for Metro Nashville Police Department.
  • Supervised and coordinated the activities of clerical workers of police department.

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29. Computer Equipment

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Here's how Computer Equipment is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Monitored and operated a radio console and computer equipment.
  • Monitored radio, telephone and computer equipment.
  • Monitored and operated a radio console and computer equipment.
  • Operated emergency communication and computer equipment such as a radio, telephone, local alarm systems and paging systems.
  • Used computer equipment to generate logs and do other day to day operations.
  • Operated radio and computer equipment, Communicated with hysterical callers and maintained control during emergency situations.

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30. Emergency Telephone Calls

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Here's how Emergency Telephone Calls is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Facilitated emergency 911 and non-emergency telephone calls Dispatched appropriate emergency personnel for the county of Putnam Supervised inmates

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31. Federal Agencies

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Here's how Federal Agencies is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Administered multiple calls at once while communicating with local, state, and federal agencies.

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32. Medical Instructions

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Here's how Medical Instructions is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Provided emergency medical instructions to callers in advance of the arrival of trained medical personnel.

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33. Police Reports

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Here's how Police Reports is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Collected information and completed police reports as needed.
  • Generated official police reports and criminal histories utilizing N.C.I.C.
  • Completed minor and supplemental police reports.
  • Processed police reports, mail, subpoenas, warrants, bail, case followups, data entry, and report classification.
  • Managed billing and application of payments to citations along with preparing orders and legal documents and transcription of police reports.
  • Answered phone calls and determined nature of incidents to create police reports on behalf of citizens.

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34. Computer Screens

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Here's how Computer Screens is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Monitored seven computer screens, while efficiently gathering, prioritizing, and documenting caller information.
  • Operated multiple keyboards and computer screens concurrently.
  • Monitored four computer screens, while efficiently gathering, prioritizing, and documenting caller information.
  • Scanned status charts, computer screens.
  • Monitored multiple radios, phone lines, and computer screens at one time.
  • Used 6 computer screens (viewing and typing).

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35. Fire Service

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Here's how Fire Service is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Assisted citizens over the phone with various requests that included police/fire services, direction, public information, etc.
  • Dispatched multiple Fire Services and Ambulance in West st. Louis County.
  • Adapted to the fire service quickly and proficiently while having no previous or similar background.

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36. Response Requirements

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Here's how Response Requirements is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Determined response requirements and priorities relevant to the situation, and dispatch units in accordance with established procedures.
  • Determined response requirements and relative priorities of situations, anddispatch units in accordance with established procedures.
  • Determined response requirements and relative priorities of situations, and dispatched units in accordance with established procedures.
  • Determined response requirements and relative priorities of situations, and dispatch units in accordance with established procedures.
  • Determined response requirements and relative priorities of situations, and dispatch units in accordance with established procedures.
  • Determined response requirements and priorities of situations.

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37. TDD

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Here's how TDD is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Operated a Telecommunication Device for the Deaf (TDD).
  • Responded verbally and used TDD (text telephone device for hearing or speech impaired) to communicate with callers when needed.
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency phone contacts to include TDD's, with City residents and the public.
  • Trained in the use of TDD for communicating with the hearing impaired community.
  • Operated computers, fax machines, copiers, printers, TDD systems etc.
  • Operated the Teletype, TTY /TDD for updates and for the hearing impaired.

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38. DCI

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Here's how DCI is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Entered information into computer system and performed various functions on the DCI terminal.
  • Obtained warrant information locally and nationally through DCI and NCIC.
  • Operated DCI terminal, county Computer system, two-way radio, and multi line phone system.
  • Performed criminal, license, and registration inquiries for Officers utilizing the DCI Ominxx software.
  • Entered warrants and wanted personnel into the NCDCI system and PISTOL system.
  • Entered information into the NCAware system and the DCI System.

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39. Background Checks

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Here's how Background Checks is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Assisted with running routine license, registration, and background checks.
  • Performed background checks using NCIC and filed paper work.
  • Conducted background checks for Background investigators.
  • Monitored police zones; verified background checks and vehicle registrations; monitored alarms.
  • Conducted background checks concerning outstanding warrants on a local and national level.
  • Verified background checks and vehicle registrations.

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40. Appropriate Response

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Here's how Appropriate Response is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Advanced to Police Dispatcher Coordinated a team to produce a rapid and appropriate response to any given situation.
  • Received emergency requests for service by radio and telephone and determined appropriate responses.
  • Assimilated critical information and determined service required, prioritized requests, and dispatched the appropriate response team.
  • Determined and dispatched appropriate response.
  • Determined appropriate response and course of action in accordance with policies and procedures.
  • Determined and assigned priority to a call, dispatched the appropriate response services.

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41. EMT

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Here's how EMT is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Dispatched various emergency personnel including police officers, fire department and EMT personnel utilizing several software programs and multi-tasking ability.

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42. Alarm System Calls

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Here's how Alarm System Calls is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Received incoming telephone or alarm system calls regarding emergency and non-emergency police, fire and ambulance services.
  • Monitored alarm system calls for residential locations West End Neighborhood House (Non-Profit) 09-97-05/01 Case Manager.

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43. General Public

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Here's how General Public is used in Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher jobs:
  • Provided assistance and information to the general public regarding police operations.
  • Observed District regulations and employed appropriate protocol while serving the College District community and the general public.
  • Responded to all inquiries from the general public in a prompt and professional manner.
  • Interacted with patients, families, hospital staff and the general public.
  • Provided information and assistance to the general public.
  • Answered 911 calls, assisted the general public in emergent situations and dispatched appropriate agencies.

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20 Most Common Skill For An Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher

EMS9.7%
CPR5.9%
Law Enforcement5.7%
Public Safety5.3%
CAD4.4%
Non-Emergency Calls4.2%
Ncic4.1%
Fire Departments3.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
EMS
EMS
9.7%
9.7%
2
2
CPR
CPR
5.9%
5.9%
3
3
Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement
5.7%
5.7%
4
4
Public Safety
Public Safety
5.3%
5.3%
5
5
CAD
CAD
4.4%
4.4%
6
6
Non-Emergency Calls
Non-Emergency Calls
4.2%
4.2%
7
7
Ncic
Ncic
4.1%
4.1%
8
8
Fire Departments
Fire Departments
3.8%
3.8%
9
9
Communications Equipment
Communications Equipment
3.4%
3.4%
10
10
Vehicle Registration
Vehicle Registration
3.2%
3.2%
11
11
EMD
EMD
3%
3%
12
12
Two-Way Radios
Two-Way Radios
2.8%
2.8%
13
13
Fire Units
Fire Units
2.7%
2.7%
14
14
Pertinent Information
Pertinent Information
2.7%
2.7%
15
15
Criminal History
Criminal History
2.3%
2.3%
16
16
Pre-Arrival Instructions
Pre-Arrival Instructions
2.2%
2.2%
17
17
Radio Communications
Radio Communications
2.1%
2.1%
18
18
Appropriate Personnel
Appropriate Personnel
2%
2%
19
19
Criminal Information
Criminal Information
2%
2%
20
20
Radio Traffic
Radio Traffic
2%
2%
21
21
Computer System
Computer System
1.9%
1.9%
22
22
Radio Consoles
Radio Consoles
1.8%
1.8%
23
23
Dispatch Personnel
Dispatch Personnel
1.8%
1.8%
24
24
Dispatch System
Dispatch System
1.8%
1.8%
25
25
Emergency Ambulance Service
Emergency Ambulance Service
1.7%
1.7%
26
26
Retrieve Information
Retrieve Information
1.6%
1.6%
27
27
Appropriate Agencies
Appropriate Agencies
1.6%
1.6%
28
28
Police Department
Police Department
1.3%
1.3%
29
29
Computer Equipment
Computer Equipment
1.2%
1.2%
30
30
Emergency Telephone Calls
Emergency Telephone Calls
1.2%
1.2%
31
31
Federal Agencies
Federal Agencies
1.2%
1.2%
32
32
Medical Instructions
Medical Instructions
1.1%
1.1%
33
33
Police Reports
Police Reports
1%
1%
34
34
Computer Screens
Computer Screens
0.9%
0.9%
35
35
Fire Service
Fire Service
0.8%
0.8%
36
36
Response Requirements
Response Requirements
0.8%
0.8%
37
37
TDD
TDD
0.8%
0.8%
38
38
DCI
DCI
0.8%
0.8%
39
39
Background Checks
Background Checks
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
Appropriate Response
Appropriate Response
0.7%
0.7%
41
41
EMT
EMT
0.7%
0.7%
42
42
Alarm System Calls
Alarm System Calls
0.7%
0.7%
43
43
General Public
General Public
0.6%
0.6%

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