Company: Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fishing Commission
Location: Hood River
Posted on: June 21, 2022
CRITPD Enforcement Department Hood River Office Multiple
VacanciesSalary: $41,135 - $44,971 (DOQ)Columbia River Inter-Tribal
Police dispatchers are based in Hood River, Oregon and are the
communication link for all incoming communications to the Columbia
River Inter-Tribal Police Department (CRITPD). Dispatchers are
directly responsible for the operation of all office radio
communications and telephone equipment, they monitor patrol officer
activities, and answer incoming emergency calls for service,
business, and assistance calls. The position works rotating shifts
to support the round the clock police service provided by the
Columbia River Inter-Tribal Police Department. Classification:
Regular, Full-time. Closing date: Open Until Filled. Please visit
our jobs board to apply,
The Columbia River Inter-Tribal Police Department (CRITPD) is based
in Hood River, Oregon. It is the law enforcement arm of the
Columbia River Inter-tribal Fish Commission (CRITFC) an agency of
tribal government. The team consists of patrol officers,
dispatchers, victim advocate, and administrative personnel. The
department maintains a 24-hour policing effort focused on the
150-mile stretch of the Columbia River from Bonneville Dam to
McNary Dam and lands adjacent. CRITPD dispatchers are directly
responsible for the operation of all office radio/telephone
communication equipment, monitoring patrol officer activities and
assisting with general office needs of the agency.
Essential Job Functions
- Responsible for CRITPD radio communications and all incoming
business calls, calls for assistance, dispatching officers to
complaints, disturbances, and general assistance to the public or
other police agencies.
- Responsible for secretarial, receptionist and general office
duties, and maintaining accurate radio, telephone and department
- Operate and maintain all office equipment associated with
dispatch responsibilities; radio system, computer system and
printers, fax machine, postage meter, phone system, copier and LEDS
and know when to report system problems.
- Have a working knowledge of the CRITFC Personnel Policy Manual,
Lexipol Policies, Department Operations Manual and the
Communications Division Procedures as well as a general knowledge
of the applicable tribal, inter-tribal, state/federal laws,
resolutions and procedures pertaining to fishing and related
activities on the Columbia River, reading and maintaining all
current and updated information.
- Work rotating shifts and emergency coverage as
- Maintain LEDS, CJIS Security and First-aid/CPR
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- High school diploma or equivalent training and/or
- Be at least 18 years of age.
- Possess tact, good communication skills (oral and written),
clear and concise speaking voice and excellent listening
- Ability to multi-task and prioritize duties.
- DPSST certified or certifiable in the State of Oregon.
- Knowledge or ability to learn tribal fishing rights.
- Become certified through the Oregon state criminal computer
- Possess general office typing ability.
- Possess self-initiative and ability to function with minimal
- Ability to direct and provide sound guidance to
- Ability to remain calm while under extreme pressure.
- Maintain the physical and health standards required of the
- Residence must be within 30 minutes driving time from the
CRITFE's Hood River Enforcement Office
- Valid driver license, excellent driving record and no criminal
- Supervision Received: This position works under the direct
supervision of the Dispatch Supervisor and receives indirect
supervision from the Administrative Supervisor and
- Supervision Given: Generally, a Communications officer
exercises no supervisory authority. However, in those instances
where a supervisor is not available, a Communications officer
having clear and unmistakable seniority over another, shall be
responsible for supervisor decision affecting the Communications
Office environment; rotating shifts with 24-hour coverage, 7 days a
week, including holidays. Some overtime may be necessary to ensure
shift coverage or to attend mandatory meetings/training. Some
lifting, moving of equipment and office supplies. Travel for
training can be overnight to three weeks to fulfill basic
CRITFC Motor Vehicle Policy
The driver operating a CRITFC vehicle or their own private vehicle
for business related purposes shall be in possession of a valid,
unrestricted current driver's license, or other operator's license,
as required by law; and be eligible for coverage under CRITFC's
Motor Vehicle insurance policy. Upon request, CRITFC's Motor
Vehicle policy is available to applicants to review the required
Keywords: Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fishing Commission, Gresham , DISPATCHER/COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER, Professions , Hood River, Oregon
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