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Lead Communications Dispatcher

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Description:  The Lead Communications Dispatcher supervises, coordinates and prioritizes all Communications Center activities and acts in the absence of the  Communications Manager. The Lead position is also responsible for ensuring that standards of performance, contractual requirements and client needs are met in the daily operations of the Communications Center.  Duties include identify, investigate, and resolve service related issues; assist in the development of the communications center to ensure that the contractual obligations are met; coordinate with other departments; communicate with, and motivate employees; maintain departmental records and reports; monitor call accounting software to ensure proper use of staff and equipment; prepare written reports and summaries as requested; maintain positive behaviors, approaches, attitude and commitment to interpersonal service toward customers, visitors, and coworkers.

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  1. Tell us about yourself.
    Focus on the aspects of your experience that apply to this position.  Tips on your interview opening.

  2. How long do you plan on working for us?

  3. Who do you admire?  Why?

  4. What concerns you about our company?

  5. How do you determine priorities?

Follow-up:  How do you plan your day?

  1. What happens when two priorities compete for your time?

  2. What do you see as some of your most pressing developmental needs?

  3. What have you been most frequently criticized for?

  4. Why do want this job?

Follow-up:  What interests you least about this job?

  1. If you could do one thing to improve the morale of the Communications Center staff, what would it be?

  2. Name three things that our company does well. 

Follow-up:  Name three things that currently broken with our company.

  1. What could you do to help fix the three things that you define above as broken?

  2. Is there anything you'd like to add?
    Summarize by emphasize your qualifications as they apply to this job.   Also cover anything you missed from your opening.  Tips on your interview closing.


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