The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office maintains 2 full-time Lead Telecommunicators and 12 full-time Telecommunicators in our state-of-the-art communications center. Through our Enhanced 911 Center, we provide dispatch services for one full time fire department, sixteen volunteer fire departments, three ambulance services, nine first responder groups, one city police department and one township police department.
The career of an E-911 Telecommunicator can be both exciting and rewarding. Most often the first contact in an emergency, our highly trained and professional dispatchers are capable of providing valuable information in emergencies and insure that the appropriate help is sent quickly. Although this position is not the most visible aspect of law enforcement, many lives have been saved through the calm professionalism of the telecommunicator.
If you have an interest in this exciting profession, please check our Employment Opportunities page often. Our Employment Opportunities page is often the first notification that applications are being accepted.
Emergency Management Director Ken Kortenhof
Telecommunications Lieutenant Sherri Congleton
Telecommunications Sergeant Rachel Malicki
Telecommunications Sergeant Amy Pequet
Telecommunicator Nicole Lea
Telecommunicator Trista Alsteen
Telecommunicator Scott Meier
Telecommunicator Brandi Gray
Telecommunicator Jennifer Thompson
Telecommunicator Jack Lilek
Telecommunicator Connor Newman
Telecommunicator Jasmyn Marten
Telecommunicator Ethan Phelps
LTE Telecommunicator Mary Goeldner
Emergency Management Program Assistant Dawn Robinson
Radio Technician John Heisel