Snohomish County 911

Everett , WA
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Snohomish County 911
Everett, WA Full-time
Posted on August 29, 2018

Snohomish County 911 - Help Starts Here!

$25.93- $34.23 Per Hour | Multiple Vacancies


Full Benefits:

  • Medical/Dental/Vision Coverage
  • Generous Paid-time-off & Paid Holidays
  • Retirement & Deferred Compensation Match


Join a vibrant and energized group of highly trained professionals who are dedicated to making a positive difference in all communities within Snohomish County. We pride ourselves on the level of dedication our teams bring to the table and we want you to be a part of it!

If you want to make a difference in your community, then let us help you shape that passion through our fully paid training program and turn it into a career of a lifetime!

We are a driven organization and our teams leverage technology to connect directly with police officers, firefighters, search and rescue teams and members of the public. A 911 Dispatcher’s job is much more than answering 911 calls and includes supporting responses with more than 49 public safety agencies.

Snohomish County 911 is a consolidated 9-1-1 communications center providing Police, Fire & EMS services to the community and first responders. Snohomish County is home to nearly 800,000, is the third largest county in Washington State and home of Boeing. Public Safety 911 is a rewarding career where our teams have opportunities to make lasting differences in people’s lives each and every day.


We are hiring 911 Emergency Dispatchers to work all shifts within our centers.


Position requirements include:

  • A High School Diploma or Equivalent (GED)
  • Ability to accurately type at least 35 wpm
  • Positive attitude and ability to work through rapidly unfolding situations
  • Desire to assist police and fire as well as members of the public who may be in distress
  • Desire to work with modern technology with a focus on providing a fantastic customer experience
  • Ability to pass the applicant testing process, background investigation, psychological exam and drug screening


Snohomish County 911 is an equal opportunity employer. Snohomish County 911 will not discriminate in employment, recruitment, or selection practices. Reasonable accommodations may be requested for Snohomish County 911’s application process for applicants with disabilities by contacting our office by email or phone during normal business hours.