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Alarm Monitor (PART-TIME) – Fort Campbell, KY (ID#15580)

Cherokee Nation Mission Solutions provides support services and project support personnel to our Government and industry partners. Our highly skilled experts support and supplement the mission, expertise, and skill sets of our clients. Utilizing our customer-intimate approach, we partner with our clients to provide strategic solutions that maximize the use of human and financial resources to ensure that mission-critical projects are completed on time and within budget.

Job Description:

The Alarm Monitor will provide the soldiers, family members, citizens and visitors of Fort Campbell, Kentucky, the most professional, courteous, efficient and effective emergency and non-emergency communications possible. NOTE: You may be asked to work 20 hours one week and 0 the next and 40 the next so this position requires a flexible schedule

Essential Duties and Responsibilities (Deliverables):

Includes the following (Other duties may be assigned):

  • Monitor and operate multiple channel trunked radio system.
  • Operate commercial intrusion detection and fire alarm monitoring computer systems.
  • Document emergency call and responder dispatch information in the CAD system.
  • Document daily dispatches and movement of vehicles and equipment resources during routine and emergency response events. PST shall also record benchmark events during incidents in the CAD.
  • Conduct the daily test of radio systems, emergency dispatch tones and emergency phones in accordance with SOP/GTA. PST shall record system deficiencies and make applicable notifications in accordance with SOP/GTA.
  • Record fire and intrusion alarm tests manually as required.
  • Forward all request for copies of recordings to the COR of the contract.
  • Contact Regional Network Enterprise Center (RNEC) if trunked radio system and or primary crash fails in accordance with SOP/GTA.
  • Contact DES, ICIDS Administrator if ICIDS alarm system malfunctions.
  • Notify support agencies for assistance as requested by emergency responders.
  • Contact Directorate of Public Works (DPW) and Fire Department if fire alarms monitoring malfunction.
  • Place work orders with DPW at the request of any First Responder and ICIDS Administrator.
  • Upon receipt of five (5) continuous Kingfisher (KF) trouble alarms, the PST will submit a work order through DPW to have the fire alarm system checked/repaired.
  • Submit a DPW work order for any ICIDS Zone when in A/C Power Failure.
  • Initiate fire incident reports; provide incident numbers, time, responding units, etc to the responsible Fire Station after each emergency. Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) Management Information System (MIS) such as Emergency Reporting will be used.
  • Required to communicate via radio or telephone to surrounding mutual aid Fire Departments and EMS providers as needed and or directed by Incident Commander.
  • Contractor personnel will be responsible for the cleanliness of their workstations, restroom, locker/kitchen area and dispatching areas.
  • Determines the nature of the phone call and may transfer caller to the appropriate Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) upon determining the location of the incident.
  • Obtains, verifies, and records the location of the emergency, the name of the caller, the nature, severity and current status of the emergency, and obtains and other appropriate information needed to secure a full assessment of the circumstances.
  • Operates automatic number identification (ANI), automatic location identification (ALI), telecommunications devices for the deaf (TTY/TDD) or other electronic devices to obtain and verify required data.
  • Maintains a reassuring and calming manner with caller in order to obtain required information; persuades callers to stay on the line.
  • In response to medical emergencies, provides guidance using the APCO EMD protocols until the arrival of professional medical assistance.
  • In non-medical emergencies, provides precautionary instructions and advice to help assure the personal safety of person and/or to minimize the loss of property, pending the arrival of fire, police, and other assistance.
  • Refers non-emergency situations to other appropriate public or private agencies, and may dispatch non-emergency personnel or equipment.
  • Assist in the training of new trainees under the supervision of the shift supervisor.
  • Comply, adhere and remain in compliance with all ECC SOP/GTA.
  • Must be available at all times should an emergency occur.
  • Complete all required reports for customer.
  • Performs other job related duties as required.

Education and/or Experience:

• Must be a High School graduate or equivalent

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 

  • Read, write, and speak the English language fluently.
  • Prepare clear and factually accurate reports.
  • Have the ability of hearing, eyesight, and finger/hand usage for operations, be of good health and mentally alert.
  • This position is considered essential.  As an essential employee, you must report for duty and remain on duty during inclement weather, declared emergencies, and/or elevated FPCON levels unless otherwise directed.
  • Successfully pass all required training and certifications required for this position including:
    • APCO Public Safety Telecommunicator I.
    • APCO Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD).
    • APCO Fire Service Communications.
    • APCO Law Enforcement Communications.
    • HAZMAT Awareness.
    • Cardio, Pulmonary, Resuscitation (CPR).


This position is primarily performed in a climate-controlled office environment.

With $400 million in annual revenue, 20% growth per year, approximately 950+ active contracts serving 60+ government agencies in 25 countries, 47 states, 2 territories and 2000+ employees, Cherokee Nation Businesses’ (CNB) group of Federal Contracting Section 8(a) companies is well positioned to deliver expertise needed to solve complex technical issues. Federal Solutions provides an array of services for 12 of the 15 cabinet-level departments and agencies – from applications and data services to cybersecurity and national defense.

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