2024 Calls to Date: Emergency - Non-Emergency
February 27, 2024: Emergency - Non-Emergency

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Employment

Welcome to ADCOM’s Employment Page. We look forward to reviewing your application and resume.

Are you interested in working for a 911 Emergency Communications Center and joining the team of the fourth largest populated county in the state?

Answer your calling and apply today! 

Adams County Communications Center (ADCOM911) was the first Public Service Answering Point (PSAP) in the State of Colorado, in 1975. As the dispatch center for the fourth largest populated county in the state, this fast-paced, exciting, challenging and rewarding career field is one of the most essential parts of public safety. ADCOM911 also provides an APCO (Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials) Certified Training Program.

Emergency Communications Specialists are the first people to help when you have an emergency.  As the backbone of Police and Fire agencies, they are responsible for receiving and processing emergency and non-emergency calls for police, fire, medical and other emergency services.

During a normal day, Emergency Communications Specialists receive and process emergency and non-emergency calls from the public. They determine the location and nature of the emergency, establish priorities, and dispatch police, fire, ambulance, or other emergency units as necessary.  Beyond processing calls, telecommunicators also dispatch and track the locations of the four (4) police agencies, and four (4) fire agencies dispatched by the Adams County Communications Center, as well as Adams County Animal Control and Park Rangers. As incidents unfold, communications specialists enter, update, and retrieve information from a variety of computer systems and receive requests for information regarding vehicle registration, driving records and warrants, and provides pertinent data.

If you decide to apply for a position with ADCOM911, please make sure you have the following before starting the process:

* Previous job information
* Previous education information
* Resume (optional)
* References to include phone numbers, or email addresses (optional)

Don’t forget to date and sign your application at the end!

The application may include questions, please slow down, and read them carefully. If the incorrect answer is entered, you may be locked out and not allowed to complete the application process.

If you run into any issues or have questions, please call 303-227-7134 or send an email to HR@adcom911.org

Have a wonderful day!
ADCOM HR