The Town of Kittery’s Police department has an immediate opening for an experienced Public Safety Dispatcher to provide emergency and non-emergency dispatch services for law enforcement, fire service and emergency medical services. This part-time, non-union position will typically work four (4) to twelve (12) hours per week, but may be scheduled for more or less hours, and for any day or shift, including weekends and holidays. The working environment can be high-pressured and fast-paced. The successful candidate will possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills; the ability to receive and disseminate information accurately and without delay; knowledge of computer, telephone, use of radio and teletype.

Candidates must possess a minimum of a high school diploma or GED and undergo a significant background check including psychological tests and polygraph. Preferred candidate will possess ETC and EMD/EFD certifications, EMS licensure and NCIC, METRO and IMC records management system software knowledge.

The pay rate for this non-exempt position is $19.64 per hour. This position is not benefit- eligible.

Please submit an application located on our website at www.kitteryme.gov under employment opportunities and submit a cover letter, resume and three professional references to:

Human Resources Generalist Town of Kittery
200 Rogers Road, Kittery, ME 03904 jobs@kitteryme.org

This position will remain open until filled

The Town of Kittery is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and is committed to excellence through diversity in its staff. We strongly encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

Posted 11/13/2019

TOWN OF KITTERY Human Resources

200 Rogers Road, Kittery, ME 03904

Telephone: 207-475-1332 Fax: 207-439-6806


For questions regarding employment please contact:

Sergeant William "Bill" Walsh 


Interested in a career in Law Enforcement?

  The Kittery Police Department may be right for you!

The Kittery Police Department offers a competitive starting salary and benefits package.

 Uniforms and equipment provided by the department.

 Lateral entry up to 8 years

Retirement = 50% @ 20 yrs.


Voted #6th safest Town in Maine - 2014