Do you want an exciting career that makes a real difference in people’s lives?
The Communications Division of the Fayetteville Police Department serves the citizens of the City of Fayetteville, N.C., which has a population of 174,000. We answer an average of 1,400 9-1-1 and other calls per day and we provide police, fire and first-responder medical service to our community. We also handle all radio communications for the Fayetteville Police and Fire Departments.
As one of our public safety communications professionals, you’ll embark on an exciting career as the primary link between people who desperately need help and the help they seek.
Each day in our center is an adventure, because no two days are alike, and no one can predict what the next phone call will bring - a fire, robbery, daring rescue or just someone who doesn’t know where else to turn?
As you can probably guess, handling the variety of challenges we face every day requires special people with special skills – and you could be one of them!
Read on for information on how to begin a career in public safety communications.
Candidates must be U.S. citizens, at least 18 years of age and have no felony convictions or pending charges and limited misdemeanor convictions. All candidates are subject to a background investigation. This challenging opportunity offers:
Comprehensive benefits package
Fully paid on-the-job training
State-of-the-art equipment and work environment
Opportunity for advancement
A chance to save lives, make a difference and be a local hero in your community
Contact Fayetteville Human Resource Development (HRD) to receive an application packet. Submit applications in person or by mail to:
City of Fayetteville
Human Resource Development
433 Hay Street âˆ™ Fayetteville, NC 28301
The City of Fayetteville Human Resource Development contacts qualified applicants to arrange for on-site, pre-employment examinations which will include computerized and written skills assessments. Successful applicants are scheduled for interviews. If selected, you are invited to sit with one of our public safety communications operators for a few hours so you can see what this exciting job entails and ask any questions you may have.