Constellis Central Alarm Station Operator in United States

Responsibilities

The Central Alarm Station (CAS) is similar to a police 911 dispatch center. CAS Operators are the nerve center for Protective Force operations and the primary liaison for all internal and external Protective Force (PF) communications. CAS operates a variety of complex communications and computer-based alarm system equipment while interfacing with site employees, the general public, and making sure that all required documentation is completed. CAS provides support 24 hours a day, seven days a week and are assigned a position by shift (Shift One, Two, or Three), dictated by the operational needs of the CAS. The CAS operator is responsible for performing the right actions in response to various types of situations, and must also maintain a wide variety of documentation and write the necessary reports when incidents do occur.

Primary Attributes Desired:

*Strong communication skills, both oral and written

*Experience with full suite of Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)

*Open to working any schedule assigned

*Able to follow complex directions, and implement results

*Must provide excellent customer service to all levels of staff

*Able to Multi Task to handle various duties with competing deadlines

*Must be Reliable and punctual

Qualifications

*Minimum 21 years of age and a U.S. citizen

*Should possess minimum of a high school diploma or GED; Some college preferred ust successfully pass a criminal and credit background investigation

*Must pass a pre-employment drug screen and participate in random drug testing

*Will be subject to a Government Security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for NACI (National Agency Check Inquiry)

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled