PEI's Complete Employee Interviewing and Hiring Kit for Public Safety Communications Positions
PEI’s Complete Employee Interviewing and Hiring Kit is included in PEI’s EEP-Communications. It is also available as a stand-alone product.
PEI’s Complete Employee Interviewing and Hiring Kit puts YOU in charge of your interview and hiring process. Informative and practical, this kit takes you through each step in the hiring and interview process, from laying the foundation to making the final hiring decision.
Each chapter outlines essential information and includes sample documents and checklists that can be customized to any agency’s specific organizational needs. All suggested interview questions relate specifically to the knowledge, skills, abilities and other (personal) characteristics (KSAOs) identified through job analysis for a public safety telecommunicator and a communications supervisor position.
You can download templates from our password-protected Resources page that will help you create agency-specific versions of the documents and checklists included in the kit. You can also download ready-to-use Interview Summary Sheets for your use at the end of the interview process.
In one comprehensive kit you receive…
Over *190 suggested interview questions for use in personal interviews with call-taker/dispatcher and communications supervisor candidates; (*EEP Edition. Non EEP Edition - 150 suggested questions)
Documents and checklists you can download and customize to fit your specific needs
Hiring and Interviewing Checklists, Job Descriptions, Job Facts Sheets, Self-Screening Questionnaires, Interview Rating Sheets, Interview Summary Sheets, Reference Check Forms and more…
Information on how to:
Conduct a job analysis and determine your selection criteria, PLUS listings of the core or “common” selection criteria identified by PEI for public safety communications positions, regardless of agency type, size or geographic location;
Write clear and accurate Job Descriptions, Job Facts Sheets and Self-Screening Questionnaires;
Write your job advertisements and job announcements;
Screen resumes and applications forms;
Select your pre-employment testing and design and conduct a job preview/testing session;
Develop your interview questions and Interview Rating Sheet;
Conduct a valid and reliable interview under Title VII and the ADA;
Interpret the interview data;
Develop your reference check questions and Reference Check Form;
Conduct a valid and reliable reference check; and
Make the final hiring decision and notify candidates.
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