Are You 911?
NORCOM is looking for professional, dynamic individuals who have an interest in working in the field of emergency communications. We hire for positions throughout the agency including technical, clerical and management level jobs.
How to Apply
As a member of the eCityGov Alliance, a national and local award-winning inter-local agency, the NORCOM Human Resource Department has partnered with local jurisdictions to develop and implement GovJobsToday.com, an online database of government jobs in the Puget Sound region.
Applicants can search and apply for NORCOM jobs at this site as well as jobs offered by other local agencies. At GovJobsToday.com you can:
- Create a Free Secure Applicant Account
- Apply Online Instantly
- View Screening Status Online of Jobs Applied
- Search and Apply for Jobs at Multiple Agencies
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The Hiring Process
NORCOM wants you to know what to expect during the hiring process. The following will help you navigate this process and have some idea about the approximate length of time this should take. NORCOM uses GovJobsToday to streamline the on-line application process and this also allows the applicant to track their progress as they move through the process. Most communication is made via E–mail and secondarily by phone so please be sure that we have accurate contact information.
For the Telecommunicator position, applications are screened continuously as long as recruitment remains open on GovJobsToday. The hiring process for this position includes the following:
- Register with Public Safety Testing (PST) at Public Safety Testing. A written test will be administered by PST and requires a fee of $31.00.
- Apply to NORCOM via the online application process, GovJobsToday, which can be found on our web site under "Employment."
Once you have completed your written test through PST, NORCOM will contact you via E-mail to set up your multiple task/split ear appointment.
- Take and pass the Multiple Task/Split ear exam. A minimum score of 80% is required to pass
- Initial interview
- Suitability Assessment Report - administered through Public Safety Testing
- Conditional offer of employment
- Psychological evaluation
- Extensive background investigation; credit and criminal history reports
- Final interview
- Post offer physical examination to include an audiogram (hearing test) and drug screen.
- Applicants will be allowed to reschedule for testing or interviews once during the recruitment process. Failure to appear without notice for any NORCOM initiated test or interview will result in your removal from the hiring process.
- Applicants may retake the multiple task/split ear exam up to three times. The waiting period between retakes is 90 days. An applicant is eligible to go through the hiring process up to and including the initial interview every two years.
For ALL Other positions, applications are screened the first business day after a position closes. The process will depend upon the position and may include any or all of the following: skills tests and evaluations; panel interviews; scenario role plays; group dynamic exercises; written questionnaires; work styles assessments. This hiring process typically takes approximately four to six weeks.
Candidates who are considered finalists for all positions will be required to complete a Personal History Statement and sign an Authorization to Release information form so that a criminal history and background investigation can be completed.
NORCOM is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Persons with a disability who need assistance in the application process, or those needing an application in an alternative format please call 425-577-5680 or E-mail jobs (at) norcom.org.
For questions about any of the above information, please contact NORCOM Human Resources at 425-577-5680.