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Telecommunicators handle emergency and non-emergency calls for service, maintain two-way radio contact with University Police Officers, Community Service Officers, and maintenance personnel, monitors campus alarms, operates the Access Control system, and operates telephones and communications equipment in a communications center of OHSU within the Department of Public Safety (University Police Department). Telecommunicators provide customer service to a wide range of stakeholders, making notifications to impacted departments and provides the focal point for emergency services for the campus and institution. Responsible for problem solving, critical thinking, assessing and prioritizing appropriate response and management of calls for service.
Salary Range: $26.13 - $35.33 per hour
This position must work multiple shifts (days, evenings, nights), weekdays/weekends, and holidays. Work is in an area with moderate noise due to phones and radio equipment. The position may require long hours due to emergency situations or workload, and is subject to mandatory overtime.
This position may require long hours sitting or standing and viewing multiple computer monitors.