Here's the deal: I've been working in primary for a couple of months and going to school full time during the afternoons and evenings. There are no problems, everything is going great, but there is an opening for the Dispatch Sup and I was approached by HR to see if I'd be interested, which I am. My concerns are that the last two people to hold the position quit, but the one before them did it for four years and was promoted out of it. I'm not familiar with the position of Dispatch Sup, but can anyone tell me if it's a job that can be done "right." And by that I mean, is it possible for the Dispatch Sup to make all sides happy, or is it a job that's just set up for failure? I know what kind of grief management gets from all sides, and that's not too much of a concern, but I don't want to jump into something that's broken from the start with no hope of fixing it. Any opinions are greatly appreciated or stories about the P/T Dispatch Sup in your center. Thanks.