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Please fax your Employment Application to 334-285-6460, e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or drop off at Millbrook City Hall located at 3160 Main Street during regular office hours.
Beginning Salary: $14.00 per hour
Dispatchers are on duty 24 hours, 7 days a week, including holidays. This position will work an 8-hour shift.
This position receives and dispatches emergency and routine calls for police, fire, ambulance, and other emergency services using a computer-aided dispatch system.
Applicant should have considerable knowledge of the geography of the area serviced by the department, including knowledge of the streets, roads, and highways including county roads. This person will be required to learn the communications equipment and terminology of the department. This person must be able to speak clearly and distinctly and be able to act quickly and calmly in emergency situations. This person must be able to acquire and maintain certification from the National Criminal Intelligence Center. Applicant must be able to maintain confidentiality of information.
This position may require prolonged periods of time sitting and standing. Applicant must be able to lift up to 25 pounds. The work environment may become stressful at times. Applicant must be able to work varied shift schedules, to include weekends and holidays and be available for emergency call outs.
Applicant must be a high school graduate or have their GED.
A background check will be done for this position.
Beginning Salary: $13.00 per hour
This is a routine manual labor position. The work involves both light and heavy physical labor in a wide variety of construction, maintenance, repair and beautification projects throughout the jurisdiction. This position involves working in various weather conditions.
Applicants must have working knowledge of hand and power tools, be able to perform heavy manual labor for extended periods under various weather conditions, be able to understand and follow specific oral instructions, and be able to remember instructions and relay them to automobile or equipment operators. A working knowledge of heavy equipment is preferred.
Qualifications include high school graduate or equivalent, the ability to perform heavy manual labor, and a driver’s license with a clean driving record.
Beginning Salary: $18.00 per hr.
This is general duty police work in the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances. This position normally consists of routine patrol, preliminary investigations and traffic regulation duties in a designated area on an assigned shift and which may be performed in cruiser cars, on motorcycles, or on foot. This position may involve an element of personal danger and employees must be able to act without direct supervision and exercise independent judgment in meeting emergencies. This employee may be assigned to work on special assignments which call upon specialized abilities and knowledge usually attained through experience as a uniformed officer.
Applicants must have some knowledge of police methods, practices and procedures and ability to apply this knowledge to specific situations. Applicant should have some knowledge of the geography of the city and the location of important buildings. This person should be able to remember names, faces, and details of incidents and be able to understand and carry out oral and written instructions. This person must develop skill in the use of firearms. This person must be able to deal courteously, but firmly with the public. This person must be able to analyze situations and to adopt quick, effective and reasonable courses of action, with due regard to surrounding hazards and circumstances.
Qualifications are that the applicant be a high school graduate. Applicant must have a valid driver’s license and good driving record. Applicant shall meet the minimum standards for law enforcement officers as established by Alabama Law (State of Alabama Act No. 1981, H. 732, 1971 regular session).