9-1-1 Communications Center
As part of the 911 network, emergency service dispatchers of the Pueblo 911 Communications Center provide dispatching services and support for the City of Pueblo's Police and Fire Department.
Each year, over 130,000 calls for service are dispatched from the center. The telecommunicators also provide supplemental communication services for many city departments in addition to providing mutual aid for other area agencies including the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office, Colorado State Patrol, Pueblo Rural Fire Department, and Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region .
The Communications Section exists to provide for our community's safety and well being. To accomplish our mission, we will:
- Assist our citizens by dispatching appropriate responses to their concerns
- Be compassionate and empathetic in our delivery of service
- Be proactive in providing a safe community for our citizens
- Protect those in harm's way by providing resources to assist them
- Strive to achieve a high level of citizen and user satisfaction
- Work as a team within our division, within our city organization, and with other agencies
- Manage your false alarms.
Police Officers and
Lateral Patrol Officers
Application Process Closes: August 20, 2022
Wednesday September 07, 2022
Physical Agility Test/ Written exam:
Wednesday September 07, 2022
September 13, 2022 – September 16, 2022
Academy Start Date:
Qualified candidates can earn starting wages up to a five year officer depending on experience and qualifications.
Must have two years patrol experience.
- A high school diploma or GED
The following qualifications are highly preferred:
- At least one (1) year of successful demonstrated experience in a fast-paced customer service work environment that includes multi-tasking, significant public contact, and multi-line telephone communications
- At least one (1) year of successful demonstrated experience using computers and computer-related equipment Call Center or related experience
- Experience with shift work
- Any use of marijuana within 1 year prior to the date of application.
- Any usage of any illegal drugs other than marijuana (i.e. heroin, cocaine, LSD, amphetamines, steroids, or other illegal drug as defined in schedules I through V of Section 202 of the Controlled Substances Act) within two (2) years prior to the date of application.
Emergency Services Dispatcher
- $47,096.40 - $56,453.76 Annually
The City of Pueblo offers a comprehensive benefits package for full-time classified positions, delivering quality and value to meet the diverse needs of our workforce. From paid holidays and personal holidays to accruing vacation time, City employment lets you plan for your future, stay healthy and maintain a quality work/life balance for you and your family.
- Pera Retirement
- Health and Wellness year- round
- Jobs that say we care
- Work/life Balance