The Capital Area Council of Governments is seeking a 9-1-1 Senior Project manager who will manage and coordinate the implementation and installation of new 9-1-1 call handling equipment and network throughout the CAPCOG — Capital Area Emergency Communication District — 10-county region. The region comprises of 31 supported PSAPs/ECCs with more than 250 call handling positions in metropolitan and rural jurisdictions. This position will be responsible for the live production transition off current systems onto new systems. CAPCOG offers generous medical and retirement benefits. Read the full job description.
Experience: Minimum five years’ experience in telecommunications project management or IT project management in a progressively lead role over multiple concurrent projects is required. A list of required and preferred certifications are in the job description.
Education: A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in telecommunications, information systems management, project management, public safety or related fields required; work experience may substitute.
Pay range: $83,000-$95,000
Application Closing Date: Until Filled
To apply, please download the application. Submit a complete and signed CAPCOG application to the attention of JobApps@capcog.org, by mail, or fax. CAPCOG will not consider resumes without completed applications.