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Systems Administrator

Post Date: 06-01-2023

End Date:: until filled

The Emergency Communications District (ECD) supplies and maintains hardware and software needed for the successful operation of the Emergency Communications Center (ECC) as well as maintains addressing and mapping databases for Sumner County. The Sumner County Emergency Communications Center is the primary answering  point for all 9‐1‐1 emergency calls in Sumner County and is responsible for the dispatching of police, fire, and EMS field responders.

The system administrator will perform professional information technology work installing, configuring, and maintaining critical systems and applications for computer-aided dispatch (CAD) and voice recording systems utilized by the Sumner County Emergency Communications Center; maintain and repair routine issues with hardware and software;
troubleshoot, install, and repair user issues, desktop hardware and software, and network infrastructure, including components, switches, routers, and servers. Administer firewalls and internal network security, and maintain existing anti‐spam and antivirus systems. The system administrator will ensure that the underlying infrastructure platforms
provide industry-leading stability, reliability, high performance, and security.
The system administrator will work with both ECC and ECD directors to ensure all network and infrastructure development, design, implementation, capacity, planning, and decisions are met for the 9‐1‐1 system in Sumner County.

$70,000 ‐ $80,000 DOQ plus Sumner County Government benefits including paid holidays, sick, and vacation leave, and TCRS state retirement. Benefits also include a competitive medical insurance package and access to health clinics at no additional charge.

For more detailed information, click here

Interested applicants should email their resume and a cover letter to Michael Guthrie, ECD director:
Individuals selected for an interview will be required to complete a Sumner County Government employment application.

Sumner County is an equal opportunity employer.



Police Communications Director

Post Date: 04-16-2023

End Date:: 

Works under the general direction of the Chief of Police to plan, organize, direct, and manage the E-911 Communication Center’s operations. Formulates short and long-range plans, goals, and objectives for the center. Identifies and implements changes to maximize use of resources, and to achieve the goals and objectives of the department. Develops and implements its operational budget, including establishing priorities for capital and material requirements. Implements and develops policies, procedures, and standards. Manages the E-911 financial resources. Oversees employee work schedules to ensure adequate coverage and control. Keeps top management abreast of 911 situations, major incidents, and other public safety issues that occur in the city. Hires personnel, assigns duties, develops training programs, evaluates performance, and takes disciplinary action as needed. Reviews time records and approves/processes employee concerns. Completes employee performance appraisals. Acts as a liaison between employees and management and trains staff in operations, policies, and procedures. Develops, plans, and directs operational programs, service improvement plans, resources, and staff. Directs the implementation of programs and services through subordinate supervisors and staff. Assesses department effectiveness and performance. Manages quality assurance and quality improvement initiatives. Serves as a member of varying task forces, committees, and planning teams, by representing the department to other county, state, and federal agencies. Coordinates with public safety agencies, or other officials to review and enhance operations/activities. Reviews/resolves problems, receives advice/direction, and makes recommendations for improvements. Monitors expenditures to ensure compliance with approved budget. Reviews and approves payroll, bills, invoices, purchase orders, contracts, and other financial documents. Plans for and manages the use of department equipment, communication systems, and facilities. Ensures proper maintenance and repair of communications equipment, radios, and systems. Assigns and oversees research of vendor pricing, coordinates with contractors, vendors, and suppliers regarding the procurement of new equipment, services, and supplies. Works with vendors regarding wireless services and planning for future department technology needs. Researches problems and initiates problem resolution. Responds to questions or complaints related to communications activities. Travels to and attends various meetings across the City. Presents proposals and recommendations regarding department services and needs. Prepares and/or reviews operational and statistical reports.


For a complete job description or to submit an application, go to City of Memphis Career Center

Obion Co


Public Safety Telecommunicator

Post Date: 03-21-2023

End Date::  until filled

Obion County Emergency Communications District (E-911) is seeking applicants for the position of Public Safety Telecommunicator. Minimum requirements are as follows:

  • At least 18 years old with a high school diploma or GED

  • U.S. Citizen

  • Successfully pass a criminal background screening, drug and hearing tests

  • Able to work all shifts including overnight, weekends and holidays on a continuous operation schedule


All prospective team members must apply through Job World, Inc. through one of the following means:


Probationary employees are contracted to the District through Job World for a minimum of 90 days. Probationary employees who have successfully completed this will become District employees with eligibility for benefits immediately. The District offers:

  • Tennessee Consolidated Retirement System (TCRS)

  • Vacation, sick and holiday pay

  • Weekly pay by direct deposit

  • Team schedule up to 12 months in advance


We look forward to meeting you soon.



Emergency Communications Division Deputy

Post Date: 02-10-2023

End Date:

The purpose of this classification is to receive/process requests for emergency/non-emergency assistance and to dispatch law enforcement or other agency resources. Duties and responsibilities include receiving and prioritizing emergency calls, dispatching law enforcement, and emergency personnel, serving as the liaison between callers and emergency responders; operating computers and communication equipment, preparing documentation, maintaining records, and performing additional tasks as assigned. Reports to the Emergency Communications Division Corporal.

it's a full-time position and the salary runs from $43,816.00 up to $47,022.00 with five years of experience. Currently, work 5/8 hours shifts, however, am planning to implement 10-hour shifts with 3 days off in the very near future.

For additional information or to apply, click here

Cheatham Co


911 Telecommunicator

Post Date: 08-25-2022

End Date: until filled

The Cheatham County, Tennessee  Emergency 911 Communications Center will be accepting applications for the position of 911 Telecomunicator,  until positions are filled.


Education and Experience:  Requires a high school diploma or GED and preferably a two year degree.  Must be able to pass a criminal background check and be able to work nights, weekends, and holidays.  Must be 18 years of age.  Starting pay is $19.96 / hour


For a complete job description and application, contact

Cheatham County Emergency 911 Communications Center at

615-792-3221, Monday thru Friday. 8am-4pm CST.


Cheatham County Emergency 911 Communications Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Hawkins Co


Emergency Communications Specialist

Post Date: 07-26-2022

End Date: until filled

Hawkins County Emergency Communications District is now taking applications for full-time Emergency Communication Specialists. Applications may be picked up during business hours, 8:30 am–4:30 pm Monday through Friday, at the District office or by email at Your application will be screened for the minimum requirements listed below.


Minimum requirements include:

High school diploma or G.E.D. equivalent

Must be 18 years of age

Must be a citizen of the United States

Must be willing to submit to a criminal background investigation

Must meet the minimum standards on all tests and evaluations

Must be willing to work variable shifts, including days, evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays.


Hawkins County Emergency Communications District

2291 E. Main Street

Rogersville, TN 37857


Hawkins County Emergency Communications District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.

Hamilton Co


Telecommunicator Trainee

Post Date: 05-31-2022

End Date: until filled

$38,145.00 - $47,681.00 Annually

 Under close supervision of Emergency Communications District (ECD) training and supervisory personnel acquires the skills, training, and certifications necessary to answer multiple phone lines, communicate effectively with persons requesting emergency and non-emergency police, fire, or EMS assistance, to clearly relay information to first response personnel or to transfer information to dispatchers and to perform administrative support tasks as required.  This position requires weekend and shift work.

​Hamilton County 9-1-1 Emergency Communications District

3404 Amnicola Highway

Chattanooga, TN 37406


Hamilton County 9-1-1 Emergency Communications District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.

Rhea Co


911 Telecommunicator

Post Date: 04-16-2021

End Date:Until filled

Rhea County 911 is accepting applications from qualified individuals interested in a career as a 911 Telecommunicator.


Preliminary testing will be conducted to judge skills in typing, data entry, reading and listening comprehension, situational judgment, critical thinking, and map reading. Applicants must pass all preliminary testing in order to proceed to the next phase of the hiring process.

After basic training, Telecommunicators will earn a salary of $16.27 per hour, which increases to $17.41 after basic training.  The position does include health insurance, benefits package, and retirement.


Please call (423) 775-6078 or (423) 775-5089 for any further questions regarding the position.

Applicants can also apply for the position by email, or if local, by picking up an application at Rhea County Finance Department, located inside the Rhea County Courthouse Annex Building at 375 Church Street Suite 200, Dayton, TN 37321.

If inquiring by email, send an application request to and we will email you a packet to complete.

Sumner Co


911 Public Safety Telecommunicator & Calltakers

Post Date: 01-11-2021

End Date:Until Filled

Sumner County Emergency Communication Center is currently accepting applications for 911 Public Safety Telecommunicators and Call-takers. Candidates must possess a valid Tennessee Driver’s License, be able to type 3000 keystroke per hour (net) and possess either a GED or a high school diploma. The process consists of an oral interview, extensive background investigation, psychological and job-related physical examinations and drug testing.

Salary for entry level Call-takers beginning at $17.00 $19.37 per hour and increasing to Telecommunicator pay $18.60, upon successfully completion of training and promotion to Telecommunicator. There are opportunities for periodic pay increases, as well as great benefits (medical, vision, and dental). Our standard shifts are 12-hour shifts, 2 days on and 2 days off, 3 days on 3 days off.

Testing dates will be scheduled, and candidates will be notified via call, text, or email. You may download a job description and application from our website at Questions contact Missy Behel at email:

Williamson Co


911 Dispatcher / Telecommunicator

Post Date: 01-04-2021

End Date: Until Filled

Williamson County Government Emergency Communications Department is accepting applications for full-time 911 Dispatchers/Telecommunicators. A High School Diploma or a GED is required. Preference will be given to those with experience in Emergency Communications. These positions will require excellent communication skills along with the ability to multitask. It is essential that employees be able to do more than one task at a time and take appropriate action when presented with a stressful life/death situation and remain calm under all circumstances.

Starting pay for those fully meeting the minimum qualifications $19.15 per hour

For additional information or to apply, visit the website at



Emergency Communications Specialist II

(this is not an entry-level position)

Post Date: 11-28-2020

End Date: Until Filled

The CITY OF MURFREESBORO Emergency Communications Center invites applications to apply for the position of Emergency Communications Specialist II


SALARY: $22.68 Hourly and applicants may qualify for additional experience pay up to $25.66 Hourly.

We now offer the added benefit of a 4 x Day work week/3 x Day weekend.

DESCRIPTION: The purpose of this position as a Public Safety Telecommunicator who performs 911 emergency and non-emergency call taker functions and dispatches police, fire, and medical personnel appropriately in conjunction with other Emergency Communications Personnel. Calmly deals with emergency situations and dispassionately and logically communicates with the public, some of whom are under extreme distress.


For additional information or to apply, visit the website at

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