The Llano County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for patrol deputy. Starting at $17.05 a hour plus certificate pay. Applicants should possess a TCOLE Basic Certification and are subject to pre-employment screening and testing including but not limited to: background investigation, psychological, physical and drug testing.
Patrolling your area
Holidays: 13 days per year
Vacation: 40 hrs first year, up to 120 hrs per year at 15 yrs service
Sick: 8 hrs a month
Insurance: Blue Cross-Blue Shield
Retirement: Texas County and District Retirement System / employee contributes 7% Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 325-247-5050 for an application or additional information
Llano County Sheriff’s Office
LLANO COUNTY ATTORNEY
OPEN POSITION: INVESTIGATOR/CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
Anticipated Starting Date: October 15, 2015.(position posted 10-2-2015)
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please read the complete description of duties found below. This is not an entry-level position. A broad knowledge of criminal justice and code enforcement processes and accompanying administrative skills is required.
Applications are available at www .co.llano.tx.us or in the Llano County Treasurer's Office on the second floor of 100 West Sandstone.
General Description of Duties:
This position serves two roles: Investigator and Code Enforcement Officer for Llano County.
The Investigator is a certified peace officer and works with the Llano County Attorney's Office and conducts investigations of crimes by gathering and analyzing evidence from crime scenes, witnesses, victims and suspects; assists with the administrative intake and processing of criminal cases prepared by area law enforcement agencies; prepares criminal cases for County Court; and, performs other duties and responsibilities as required by the County Attorney.
The Code Enforcement Officer works with the Llano County Attorney's Office and the Environmental Services Department to inspect, improve, and rehabilitate environmental hazards in public and private premises by determining the presence of fire or health hazards, nuisance violations, unsafe building conditions, and violations of any fire, health, or building regulation, statue, or ordinance.
Highly motivated, positive, mature and self-starting professional with exceptional problem-solving, communication and interpersonal skills. Position may require travel to other courts or locations within the county or beyond. Essential and other important responsibilities and duties may require maintaining physical conditioning necessary for walking, standing or sitting for prolonged periods of time, climb stairs or ladders and lift and carry light to heavy materials as well as the ability to run, crouch or crawl, and coordinate hand and eye movement in a rapid and accurate manner. Requires the ability to see, smell, taste, hear and speak as well as differentiate color, texture and depth.
Emergency Management Office Assistant Coordinator
Llano County is seeking an entry level Emergency Management Office Assistant Coordinator in the County’s Emergency Management and Compliance Department. Position will assist with the coordination and management of Llano County Emergency Program and Operations; 911 Addressing Program, and other County permitting and compliance programs. Minimum requirements are: high school diploma or GED, and 5 years of experience in technically related matters including computer operations, software, mapping, graphical information systems, computer aided drawings, photos, communications, records administration, grant applications, fee collection, and other comparable technical matters. Two years junior college, resident of Llano county, emergency management, and 911 program experience are preferred. Texas Department of Emergency Management Course Transcript should be submitted with the application if available. The starting full time Salary Range is $22,500 to $30,000 plus benefits, and is dependent on qualifications. However, the Position may also be part time on an hourly basis.
Physical requirements: lift 20 lbs, sit at desk, operate computer and phone. Have Texas driver’s license, some outside work. Limited travel, etc. Llano County is an EEO M/F employer.
Submit application by November 1, 2015 to Mike Thuss at Llano County Emergency Management, Land Development and Permitting, Llano County Annex, 100 West Sandstone, 2nd Floor, Llano Texas.