We are hiring a Lead Park Police Communications Technician. Apply online
Positions in our Communications Section are available for civilians interested in joining our team. Using state-of-the-art equipment, Communication Technicians work with the community and Officers to keep Montgomery County Parks safe. Communication Technicians work in a fast-paced environment and must be able to multi-task to provide Montgomery County Citizens with the highest level of service.
Civilian salary and benefits
The starting salary range for Communication Technicians is $28,056 - $46,385. Holiday work is paid at 2.5 times the rate of pay. Overtime is paid at 1.5 times. Shift differential is $1.35 an hour for evening work and $1.45 an hour for the midnight shift. Uniforms are issued in accordance with the bargaining unit agreement.
Benefits include a variety of health insurance plans, dental, vision, life insurance, and long term disability. Tuition assistance is available for those seeking college degrees. Communication Technicians earn 120 hours annual and 120 hours sick leave each year plus three personal days. Ten holidays a year are observed. Retirement is paid at 60% after 30 years of credited service.
Applications are being accepted for Communication Technicians. To qualify to be a Park Police Communication Technician, you must meet the following qualifications:
- Be a U.S. Citizen
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Have a High School Diploma or GED
- Possess a valid driver's license
- Have excellent mental and physical health
- Have excellent moral character
Civilian application process
The application process consists of the following:
- An Entry Level Written Test*
- A Psychological Pre-Screening
- A Thorough Background Investigation
- An Oral Review Board (Interview)
- A Tentative Job Offer (if above is satisfactory)
- Medical and Psychological Examinations
- Final Job Offer (if above is satisfactory)
- Employee Orientation
- On-the-Job Training
- One Year Probationary Period
"We are an equal employment opportunity employer and encourage minorities and females to apply."
Date of last update: January 11, 2013