Pride in Service
We believe in the equitable, fair and impartial application of laws and ordinances without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, sex, gender identification or station in life, and in treating all individuals with acceptance, compassion and the dignity we would expect if found in similar circumstances.
The Decorah Police Department is a talented and committed team who take pride in the service they provide to the community’s residents and visitors. We believe in a balance between service, enforcement, education and community involvement. We invite you to learn about us and to contact us.
Full-time 911 Dispatcher Position
The Winneshiek County Emergency Operations Center is accepting applications for a full-time 911-dispatcher. This position will answer 9-1-1 emergency calls and non-emergency calls. The candidate must be able to obtain accurate, essential information to process each call according to established protocols. Dispatch candidates must be able to multi-task, make important decisions quickly, handle incoming calls, process information promptly while under stress, operate appropriate radio channels, and operate various computer applications and work well in a team environment. Additionally, candidates must be able to work various shifts, holidays and weekends. Previous dispatching experience in not required. Application deadline is December 20th by 5.pm. Applications can be delivered to the Decorah Police Department at 400 Claiborne Dr. Decorah Iowa or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. City of Decorah is an equal opportunity employer.
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