Staff Profiles – The Training Program

In this series of posts, RRRDC staff tells in their own words of their experiences working at RRRDC.  If you are interested in a career at RRRDC, please check out our employment page here: Employment To learn more about our Training Program check out our page here: Training Program The training program is: Extremely informative! It is a long process but every single day is needed. There is a lot to learn about the variety of calls we take. There is a lot of information to learn. It’s great that you are never left alone. There is always a Certified Training Officer with

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Staff Profiles – What Surprised Me About This Job

In this series of posts, RRRDC staff tells in their own words of their experiences working at RRRDC.  If you are interested in a career at RRRDC, please check out our employment page here: Employment What most surprised me about this job is. The amount and the diversity of the work we do. I was like a lot of people that think dispatchers take calls and send help to people when needed. The different types of calls, the medical assistance we provide, and the variety of the work! You learn something new every single day and every day is different. How different it is on a day to

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Staff Profiles – Why I Became a Communications Operator

In this series of posts, RRRDC staff tells in their own words of their experiences working at RRRDC.  If you are interested in a career at RRRDC, please check out our employment page here: Employment. I became a Communications Operator because: I was looking for a career that would let me help people. I was also interested in an exciting field of work where every day is something different! I’m an adrenaline junkie. It’s a bizarre profession for sure where you’re never sure what you’re going to hear on the other end of that line when you answer a call. It could be a

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