May 062012

We have another great job for you guys to take a look at.  Its a pretty good job considering its a full time position and pays over $18.00 per hour.  You would basically be giving information to people like directions or instructions on the telephone and radio.  A lot of people in Alaska use radios so if you are unfamiliar with one, I suggest you look at them before you apply for this job.  But do so quickly because this job posting expires in 6 days!

The City of Wasilla is currently recruiting applicants for the Wasilla Police Department for the position of Emergency Dispatcher Trainee. This is a nonexempt, full-time position with benefits. If you are interested and meet the qualifications for this position that are listed in the job description, please submit a completed application packet consisting of the following:

  • City of Wasilla Employment Application
  • Background Investigation Form
  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • Typing test with a minimum result of 40 WPM
  • Current copy of driving record obtained from the Department of Motor Vehicles

Candidate’s driving records will be evaluated based on the attached City of Wasilla Driving Guidelines.

Submit to the City of Wasilla, Attn: Human Resources, 290 E. Herning Ave., Wasilla AK 99654 or fax to (907) 373-9039.  Should accommodations be needed to receive or complete the application, please call (907) 373-9035 or email

Applicants should have:

  • No felony convictions
  • Selected applicants will be required to perform additional testing and be able to pass a background investigation and audiological examination.

Full Job Description:Emergency Dispatcher Trainee

Employment Application: Employment Application

Background Investigation Form: Background Investigation Form

City of Wasilla Driving Guidelines: City of Wasilla Driving History Guidelines

The City of Wasilla is a drug free workplace and an Affirmative Action Equal Employment Opportunity employer.  Applicants must be eligible for employment under the Immigration Reform and Control Act as of 1986 and subsequent amendments.

 Posted by at 8:53 am
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