KSP Hiring to Fill 34 Telecommunicator Positions
By West Kentucky Star Staff
FRANKFORT - The Kentucky State Police says it's looking to fill 34 full-time and part-time telecommunicator positions at 13 post locations across the commonwealth.

KSP telecommunicators are the voice on the other line when someone calls 911. They handle dispatch duties for Kentucky State Troopers, Commercial Vehicle Enforcement officers, Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation officers and other emergency service agencies. In 2020, they answered more than two million calls resulting in 500,236 requests for assistance.

The requirements to become a KSP telecommunicator include:

·Excellent communication skills;

·Ability to handle extremely stressful and challenging conditions;

·Handle flexible work schedules, including nights, weekends and holidays;

·Ability to learn and adapt, especially in areas of technology.

·Must be a high school graduate.

If you're interested in a Telecommunicator position with the Kentucky State Police, you can apply at the link below.

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Published 03:17 PM, Tuesday Jan. 12, 2021
Updated 07:56 AM, Wednesday Jan. 13, 2021



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