There are some more examples concerning the matter in question. I hope they help you up.
dismiss (v) = to remove someone from their job [= fire, sack] , send away (from one’s employment, from service)
dismiss somebody from something
Bryant was unfairly dismissed from his post.
To be dismissed from the army.
He was dismissed from his job.
The servant was dismissed forbeing lazy and dishonest.
The officer was dismissed from the service for neglect of duty.
I was dismissed forbeing late.
The fast bowler dismissed the next batsman for six runs.
dismiss something as something
He just laughed and dismissed my proposal asunrealistic.
Interior minister Rumen Petkov may be dismissed as deputy chairman of the BSP at the upcoming extraordinary party congress.
Van Gundy dismissed as Rockets coach.
He was dismissed asincompetent.