Application Guide





High school diploma or G.E.D., type 35 wpm, computer skills, outstanding multi tasking skills, ability to handle and perform well under stress, excellent customer service.  Ability and willingness to work full time, 12 hour shifts, overtime, holidays, weekends, days/nights.  Must pass comprehensive background check, drug and psychological testing. 

Applicants must be able to attend testing and interviews at scheduled times.

Click on the link below to complete the application.  Applications must be completed even if the applicant is submitting a resume.  Applications must also signed by applicant.


Accepted applicants must be able to attend testing and interviews at scheduled times as they pass each phase.  Applicants will be notified of their scheduled testing and interview dates and times.  Tests and interviews cannot be rescheduled.

  •     Test
  •     Interviews 
  •     Typing and Peer Interview Board 
  •     Skills test 
  •     Background Investigation
  •     Psychological Screening
  •     Drug Screening
  •     Fingerprint Check


Successful candidates are placed in the Midland County Central Dispatch Authority Training Program.  Trainees undergo an intensive hands on training program that includes classroom instruction. Trainees are assigned to a dedicated Communications Training Officer (CTO) for each of the 4 steps of training, which is approximately 6 months in duration.  Each step of training lasts approximately a month and a half and rotates through both day and night shift assignments.

Click here to see the Telecommunicator Job Description

Click here to download our fillable application. Please email the completed form to snellinm@midland911.org