Texas APCO is proud to host your emergency dispatch related job postings. Flyers must be .jpg format and include the web address of the application. Once received, you will be invoiced by the treasurer with a request for contact information including name, phone, number, and email. Postings are $100.00 and will remain on the site for 30 days.
Williamson County is currently hiring a Telecom Manager who is responsible for providing daily management and guidance to the operations personnel who provide 9-1-1 call taking and radio dispatching in support of non-emergency and emergency operations. Williamson County offers a full range of employee benefit programs for eligible full-time employees, retirees, and their families. The County also provides retirement benefits. Full-time & part-time employees participate in the Texas County & District Retirement System (TCDRS), and employees may also participate in a retirement savings program (Deferred Compensation). In addition to these basic employee benefits and retirement services, employees benefit from a variety of other programs including 12 paid holidays.
We offer a competitive starting salary $64,392.87 which equates to $30.95 hourly.
Did you know Texas APCO offers scholarships to active members in good standing? We are excited to announce, Maria Reyna with Yoakum County Sheriff’s Office will be able to attend the Joint Public Safety Conference this August using this valuable benefit! Congratulations, Maria, we are excited to meet you and happy to have you!
In February, President Kelle Simon and President Elect Jeremy Hill traveled to the Nation’s Capital to participate in the annual NENA event, 9-1-1 Goes to Washington. The event is “…a significant opportunity to shape the nation’s emergency communications policy agenda.” During the days on Capitol Hill, Kelle and Jeremy had the opportunity to meet key politicians and kept the topic of reclassification for Emergency Dispatchers in the forefront of discussions. While not everyone will have the chance to participate in 9-1-1 Goes to Washington, one thing agencies can do at the local level is contact Congressman Joaquin Castro, who is on the committee reviewing the bill. Invite your legislators into your centers to give them first hand knowledge of what it is we’re doing 24/7 as the First, First Responders!
How would you prepare your emergency communications center if you could see into the future?
With APCO’s newest training event, you can get the next best thing – an interactive walk-through of diverse scenarios handled as they will be in the future. Click here for more information and to be taken to the Nexus Website.
TEXAS APCO and TEXAS NENA are excited to provide 8-hours of pre-conference training AT NO COST to you! There are three courses to choose from, check out the Texas Public Safety Conference website for more information and a registration link!
Effective September 1, 2019, the State Legislature voted to include emergency dispatchers in the umbrella of first responders. Click here to read about our success on CNN.
Even more good news comes with this recognition: Wayland Baptist University has invited us to take advantage of their Law Enforcement Scholarship and Academic Program!
Good afternoon: I wanted to let you know that starting with our upcoming Winter term, certified dispatchers in the great state of Texas now qualify for the Law Enforcement Scholarship and Academic Program offered at Wayland! Spouses and dependent children also qualify. You can read more here. Look for the red text! Please help us get the word out to all your dispatchers. Let me know if you have questions or need more information. As always, thanks for what you do. Sincerely, Dr. Daniel Brown Executive Director of Strategic Initiatives (806) 291-3416 Wayland Baptist University 1900 W. 7th St. CMB 1305 Plainview, TX 79072