POSTED: 07/14/20


Responds to requests from citizens, law enforcement, and other agencies who request records related to 911 calls. Assesses requests in accordance with Missouri Revised Statutes Chapter 610 related to governmental records and "Sunshine Law" confidentiality. Write and distribute press releases and public alerts relevant to PSAP operations, public safety or as a public service. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, co-workers, employees of other public safety and emergency organizations, the media, other governmental agencies, local organizations and agencies, and the public. Maintains social media sites and information. Prioritizes requests and duties. Performs other clerical and administrative projects/tasks as assigned.


Full-time, non-exempt, benefited

Working hours: 

8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday


Columbia, Missouri


Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent and at least two years' experience doing clerical work. Demonstrated writing skills. Willingness to work a flexible schedule as dictated by workload, special events, weather-related or other emergency situations. Must possess a clear criminal history. Must meet minimum qualifications set forth by the FBI and MSHP CJIS Security policy.

Preferred Qualifications: Working knowledge of the "Sunshine Law". Experience responding to records requests.

Starting Hourly Pay Rate: 

$13.77 - $14.63

Additional Forms Required: 

Applicant must submit a signed Authorization to Release Information, and submit a Military Release (Sheriff's Department).

Deadline for Application: 

Applications will be accepted until the posting is removed.

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Benefit-eligible employees receive paid vacation, 13 paid holidays, enrollment in the County Employees Retirement Fund, and two matching deferred compensation plans. Other benefits include 100% County paid or low-cost employee health insurance premium options, 100% County paid employee dental premiums, subsidized dependent premiums, and County paid long-term disability and life insurance.

An Equal Opportunity Employer