About our Agency: The Washington State Patrol is a professional public safety agency made up of dedicated professionals who work hard to improve the quality of life as well as prevent the unnecessary loss of life on a daily basis. The WSP has approximately 2,200 employees and is organized into five bureaus: Field Operations, Technical Services, Forensic Laboratory Services, Fire Protection, and Investigative Services. More than half of all WSP employees work in a variety of non-commissioned jobs to support the Patrol's mission. Mission Statement: The Washington State Patrol makes a difference every day, enhancing the safety and security of our state by providing the best in public safety services.
Property Management Division:
This division provides the best in public safety services by constructing, acquiring and maintaining all agency facilities, scale program and infrastructure, procuring and equipping patrol and emergency vehicles, and providing logistical support to all members of the agency.
This position provides critical support to the mission of the organization by installing and maintaining equipment that enhances the operational capabilities of the agency. The installation of safety equipment reduces the risks to Field Operations personnel while performing public safety services.
This position installs and removes radio communications electronic equipment, mobile data systems, mobile video systems, and other safety equipment used in Washington State Patrol vehicles.
High School graduate or possession of a GED equivalent.
Must have a valid Washington State driver's license.
Four years of work experience in the layout, construction, installation and removal of the following types of equipment: Two-way mobile radio communications systems, sirens, citizen band radios, electronic and safety equipment.
A valid General Radiotelephone Operator license issued by the Federal Communications Commission will substitute for two years of work experience.
Must be proficient in the safe and effective use of hand and power tools.
Must be proficient in reading and composing schematics, technical drawings, and installation manuals.
Must be proficient in basic computer skills and other standard office equipment.
Possess excellent customer service skills.
Work effectively with others, while promoting a cooperative environment.
Must possess the ability to communicate clearly and concisely.
Have the ability to organize multiple assignments, sometimes of a complex nature or involving competing priorities, to produce quality work products that are accurate, thorough, and timely.
Provides quality control and monitors production, ensuring that deadlines are met.
Must have the ability to lift and carry 65 pounds.
Must have the physical dexterity to handle awkward equipment in confined vehicle interior spaces.
Must demonstrate adequate color recognition for working with electronic systems and equipment.
Must be able to sit, stand, kneel, and walk for extended periods of time.
Must be able to climb, including but not limited to, ladders. DESIRED :
A valid General Radiotelephone Operator license issued by the Federal Communications Commission.
Washington State Patrol - 2 years ago