Performs supervisory public safety communications work for the County's central communications control center. Work involves overseeing and training personnel working with sophisticated computer and wireless technology equipment and software programming, upgrades and repairs. Work involves supervising shift supervisors and dispatch staff engaged in receiving emergency 911 and non-emergency calls for police, fire, rescue and emergency medical services, and dispatching such calls to appropriate service. The work requires prior experience in the field. The work is performed under general supervision of the Communications Assistant Chief.