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- Non-Commissioned Employee
Starting Salary is $18.00 while in training & $18.50 after successful completion of training and Oklahoma Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (O.L.E.T.S.) Certification plus Competitive Benefits Package.
- High School Diploma or G.E.D.
- Valid Oklahoma driver’s license
- Must be able to pass a drug screening and background check
- Must be skilled in the use of computers and various software programs as well as multi-line telephone systems
- Ability to read, write, spell, and perform mathematical calculations at a level commonly associated with the completion of high school or equivalent
- Ability to make critical decisions and judgments with the speed and accuracy required of the position
- Ability to have the high degree of multi-tasking required for the position
- Ability to work different shifts. An example would be shift work, including weekends and holidays as needed to maintain a 24 hours per day, 365-days-per-year operation
- For more information view the Non-Commissioned Employee Recruitment Process (PDF) Opens a New Window. .
Non-Commissioned Employee Benefits
Non-Commissioned Employee Benefits include but are not limited to:
- Medical and Dental paid for employee, dependent coverage is available.
- Life Insurance in the amount of $20,000 paid for employees with additional coverage available on employees and dependents.
- Vision, Injury, Cancer, Hospitalization, and Critical Care Coverage available for employees and dependents.
- Retirement is through Oklahoma Public Employees Retirement System (O.P.E.R.S.), the employee contributes 3.5% biweekly and the City contributes 16.5%. Learn more by visiting the Oklahoma O.P.E.R.S. website.
- Education: The City offers various training classes and seminars at no cost to the employee.
- College reimbursement of up to 50% of tuition costs with an annual limit of up to $1,500.
- Holidays: The City offers 12 paid Holidays
- Upon completion of 1 year of full-time employment employees will receive 10 days of vacation (2 weeks).
- After Completing 8 to 12 years of full-time employment, the employee will receive 15 days of vacation (3 weeks).
- After Completing 13 to 14 years of full-time employment, the employee will receive 20 days of vacation (4 weeks).
- After Completing Over 15 years of full-time employment, the employee will receive 25 days of vacation (5 weeks).
- Sick Leave: After 30 days of full-time employment employees accrue 1 day (8 hours) of sick leave per month.
- Acts as jailer providing supervision, meals, and hourly cell check of prisoners
- Answers incoming emergency and non-emergency phone calls; transfers calls to special units within the department as appropriate
- Completes records checks upon the request of police officers and fire marshal including driver’s license and criminal histories
- Dispatches calls for service to the appropriate police, fire, animal control, and emergency medical agencies or units
- Dispatches after-hours public works calls
- Enters and updates N.C.I.C. files
- Monitors video surveillance
- Performs other related duties as assigned
PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT
The work is typically performed while sitting at a desk or while intermittently sitting, standing, walking, or stooping. The employee frequently lifts light and occasionally heavy objects and uses tools or equipment requiring a high degree of dexterity. The work is typically performed in the Public Safety Communications Center. The employee may be exposed to loud noises.
- Download the Employment Application (PDF). Opens a New Window.
- Submit the completed application in person by mail to or in person at: