The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for a fulltime dispatch position. The position will be located at the Law and Justice Center in Boulder Montana. Requirements: 18 Years of age, High School Diploma, Must have or be able to obtain a Montana Driver’s License, Must be of good moral character with no criminal record (a background investigation will be conducted), Must successfully complete public safety communicator and emergency medical dispatch courses after hire, Law Enforcement and computer experience preferred, Must be willing and able to do shift work to include nights, weekends, and holidays. 10 or 12 hour shifts available. After successful completion of the 14-week in-house training program, the incumbent will have the option of Sunday-Wednesday 6am-4pm or Sunday-Wednesday 8pm-6am. Both shifts can be 10- or 12-hour shifts. Beginning salary: $16.75 per hour or higher depending on qualifications, plus excellent benefits. Routine cost of living increases, County contributed health insurance and HSA, yearly uniform allowance, sick leave accrual, paid time off accrual, union representation, & on-going training. Applications may be obtained at the Jefferson County Dispatch Center or the Jefferson County Website and must be returned to the Sheriff’s Office no later than 5:00 PM on April 16th, 2021. For a full job description or if you have questions please contact HR Kellie Doherty at 225-4010 or Sheriff Craig Doolittle at 225-4075 Incomplete application materials will not be processed. Jefferson County may use the following factors to determine whether an applicant meets the qualifications for this position: review of application materials, past work performance, reference checks and structured oral interview. Jefferson County is an equal opportunity employer.