Emergency Communications Operator Job Questions & Answers

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Does completing your Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program at a local college improve your odds of becoming a dispatcher?
2 answers - Asked By: Ed N - 7/29/2008
Hello, I have been considering entering into an Emergency Response and Communications program, with the goal of becoming an emergency dispatcher/operator (9-1-1). If there is anyone out there who wor...
1 answers - Asked By: smashbox - 3/5/2009
Ok... i know these types of jobs are not for everyone, only for those few who do... my question is i want to know what stores, such as sears, home depot, any store that has a night job i would prefer ...
2 answers - Asked By: - 1/28/2010
This is a career path that I'm thinking of doing. i really would like to know if their is any kind of degree that is required if you want a job like this? or is inexperience in this field alright as l...
1 answers - Asked By: Ray - 7/29/2010
I'm a graduate from the 911 emergency service communication course and in my job search i came across many employers looking for people experienced with radio operations or the "Radio Operator Certifi...
2 answers - Asked By: Dilandau Albatou - 3/3/2010
The person who lists the most gets 10 points !!
1 answers - Asked By: Julie Kim - 9/14/2006
From my experience in real life when I have had to call 911, the operators always sound beyond annoyed. On TV shows like 20/20 and What Would You Do? the operators sound annoyed. Why is this and has a...
13 answers - Asked By: Nini J. - 6/18/2011
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2 answers - Asked By: sweetypie - 7/4/2011
Just want to kno some jobs out there
6 answers - Asked By: aznboi274 - 8/31/2006
1 answers - Asked By: - 7/6/2013
I'm 26 African American female,and for past couple months I'm trying hard getting a job. I apply everywhere. I apply to stores at the mall, waitress, and even fast food won't hire me. I always dress p...
4 answers - Asked By: - 8/9/2011
I have been offered this job and wondered if anyone else has done it as I'd love to hear all about it.
2 answers - Asked By: Anon - 7/20/2010
I am extremely interested and psychologically prepared for the job, im only 18, going on 19 and full time student, but i have trouble with my employers and want a steady job, i want to know the actual...
1 answers - Asked By: - 11/7/2012
1 answers - Asked By: - 3/27/2009
I recently applied for a job as a 911 Communications Operator. I have a BA degree in English, have worked in the healthcare field (emergency situations), and now currently work in communications with...
1 answers - Asked By: lostlilshedevil - 9/8/2009
I have completed B.Sc in microbiology and working as microbiologist in Q.A. Section in co operative sector. i find new job fro my bright future so in which Field should i apply?
1 answers - Asked By: - 9/4/2009
Also, What are some of the requirements, etc...? Thanks!
1 answers - Asked By: Trevor Adams - 9/12/2011
Like arent their people like crying and stuff or yelling when they call? how do they teach them to deal with it ?
7 answers - Asked By: Anthony V - 3/23/2008
I'm 26 African American female,and for past couple months I'm trying hard getting a job. I apply everywhere. I apply to stores at the mall, waitress, and even fast food won't hire me. I always dress p...
2 answers - Asked By: - 8/9/2011
I just need to know the correct title of a 911 operator. Is is a dispatcher, or what?! I am trying to complete my resume and a cover letter, and cannot find the right site to go to tell me about a dis...
2 answers - Asked By: johnsonclik - 4/5/2006
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