Successful candidate will operate dispatching equipment, paging equipment, call logger, fire alarm, two-way radio equipment, police scanner, various computers, and standard office equipment. Duties include activation and use of outside resources such as mutual aid communities, Mass. State Police, Life Flight, District 6, ALS, NEMLEC, and CEMLEC. Utilizes Registry computers and associated software, Sex Offender Registry, Immigration and Customs, Board of Probation, Division of Families and Children, Closed Circuit TV and associated hardware in monitoring station security and prisoners in custody, dispatch recording devices for the purpose of call review and information checking, internal and external fire-alarm panels. Hours are varied and flexible but not more than 19 per week. A complete job description and application information can be found at littletonma.org/human-resources.