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Posted on: July 12, 2018
[ARCHIVED] Lee County 911 Communications Center Director Vacancy
The Lee County Iowa 911 Communications Center currently has an opening for a Director of Operations. The 911 Center provides 911 and public safety communications for all of Lee County and is governed by a Board of Directors. The Center currently employs twelve employees that provide 24-7 coverage for Lee County. The Center takes approximately 8,000 phone calls per month, of which approximately 1550 are 911 calls and generated approximately 4,000 calls for service.
Lee County has a population of approximately 34,000 residents. There are two population centers; the cities of Fort Madison and Keokuk. There are six law enforcement agencies and eleven fire departments. The Communications center is located at the Lee County Sheriff's Department.
The Board of Directors is seeking a highly motivated, proven leader, to oversee, guide and lead the operations of the Center. The Board of Directors offers a competitive salary and benefit package. Residence within Lee County is required within one year of hire. A thorough background check will be conducted. Interested persons can submit a cover letter and resume to:
Sheriff Stacy Weber
Lee County Sheriff's Department
2530 255th Street
Montrose, IA 52639
Applications will be received through the end of business on August 3, 2018.
Applications can be submitted through mail or by e-mail. The Lee County PSAP Control board is an equal opportunity employer. Minorities who meet the job requirements are encouraged to apply.