Communications Coordinator Duties
This is highly responsible coordinative and supervisory work
within the University Police Department.
Work involves planning, organizing, implementing and overseeing
the work details of the Communications Section. An employee
allocated to this class of work will be required to perform
specialized functions, which require knowledge and abilities
usually acquired through formal training and experience. This
position offers guidance and direction to subordinate
communications personnel. Work is perform in accordance with
established rules, regulations and instructions from superior
foofer who review the work through reports, conference and
observation of results obtained.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Plans, organized, implements and oversees the work activities of
the Communications Section of the University's Police
Department, which serves the entire campus community and
adjacent areas that are within the departments jurisdiction.
Serves as the Primary Terminal Agency Coordinator; manages all
phases of the Criminal Justice Information System Terminal
Develops and maintains work assignment instructions and
schedules; counsels and supervises the Communications Section
personnel and writes their job performance evaluations.
Operates, inspects and maintains Communications Section
equipment and serves as Communication Officer when necessary.
Performs daily and weekly backups for the computer system and
provides information and instructions to assigned personnel when
difficult situations occur with the system.
Trains personnel in functionally acceptable communications
principles,, practices, methods, techniques and procedures.
Advises assigned personnel on unusual, difficult, or complex
Writes and implements standard operating procedures and reports
that are related to the communications systems and section
Ensures that the division meets the requirements of relevant
regulatory agencies such as, the National Crime Information
Center Georgia Crime Information Center, Insurance Service
Office, and the Federal Communications Commission, and works
with the department's Record Supervisor on matters related to
Performs related work as required.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Completion of high school is required, some college preferred,
with considerable experience in communications work; or any
equivalent combination of training and experience.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Considerable knowledge of radio codes used in police work and
knowledge of applicable federal and state statues, local
ordinances, and departmental policies and procedures.
Considerable knowledge of regulations and procedures of state
and national crime information centers.
Knowledge of sites, properties, population and road system of
Ability too deal firmly, courteously and effectively with
subordinates and the public.
Ability to analyze situations quickly and objectively, and on
own initiative, to determine proper course of action.
Ability to speak and write effectively.
Skill in the operation of radio/communications equipment.
Skill in computer operation.
Skill in oral and written communication.