The Communication Center duty is to provide professional services to the citizens and public safety agencies of Grand County utilizing team-oriented, professional, courteous, and trained telecommunicators.
Now Hiring Dispatchers
For any questions about the Dispatcher position please call 970-725-3343 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dispatchers work 12 hour shifts for a total of seven days in a two week period allowing you to enjoy three days off one week and four days off the next. We cover the clock 24 hours a day. Time and a half overtime is paid for all hours worked over 80. All uniforms are provided and frequent overtime shifts are available. On the job training is provided as only a High School Diploma or GED is required. Dispatchers are paid to talk on the phone and radio, some conversations are critical lifesaving calls and many chats are pleasant, helping serve the citizens of Grand County. Dispatchers play a crucial role within law enforcement and public safety. Dispatchers are heroes and know they make a difference in the lives of others every single day.
The Grand County Communications Center is the primary answering point for 911 calls in Grand County. We dispatch emergency and non-emergency calls for service and provide support for:
Grand County Sheriff’s Department
Fraser Winter Park Police Department
Granby Police Department
Kremmling Police Department
Grand County EMS
Fire and Rescue
Search and Rescue
Road and Bridge
The Communications Center also handles air traffic control for Flight for Life and Airlife medical helicopters while in Grand County.
We have reverse 911 capabilities that will evacuate a designated area of our county in case of a disaster, by calling all telephones in that area and playing a recorded message instructing residents what action to take for safety.