New Zealand Police is the lead agency responsible for reducing crime and enhancing community safety. They work in partnership with individuals, communities, businesses and other public sector agencies to achieve their vision of having trust and confidence of all.
As an emergency communicator you will be taking direct incoming calls from the public. Being one of the highest point of contact our community has with New Zealand Police, this role is key to building trusted confidence on every call to ensure public safety at all times.
This role operates 24/7 and will be on a rotating shift cycle.
Key Responsibilities (but not limited to):
Respond to emergency calls in a timely and suitable response manner
Be the initial response to emergency incidents ensuring full information is clear, concise and given appropriate priority and risk
Triage calls of non-emergency to the right channels without compromising service
Participate in ongoing training and development
Develop and maintain working relationships both internally and externally
How to apply:
To apply please follow the below steps to ensure your application is successfully accepted to be considered for the position:
Answer all the questions truthfully. Questions marked * are mandatory.
Submit your current resume ONLY (no more than four (4) pages) outlining your skills and experience as relevant to the key responsibilities and key attributes of the role.
When you have answered all questions, please click on 'SUBMIT APPLICATION' at the end of the page. It might ask you to answer question(s) that are mandatory before you are able to successfully submit your application.