Skip Navigation
Texas Counties Deliver
Human Resource Department

Lisa Otto
1447 East State Hwy 71, Suite C
Llano, Texas 78643
325-247-3009 Office
325-247-3003 Fax

Application for Employment

Llano County Personnel Policy Manual

Fraud, Waste, & Abuse Policy

Policy on Travel Expenses

Llano County Request for Medical Deductible Reimbursement FY2018
Job Openings

Llano County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Full Time Dispatcher

Investigations and Environmental Enforcement/Compliance Personnel

Part Time Clerk


The Llano County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for a Corrections Officer. Starting pay is $15.28 hr.

Requirements include but not limited to:
Pre-employment screening and testing

Background investigation
Psychological, physical and drug testing

Benefits include:
Health, Dental & life insurance with BCBS of TX.
Retirement with TCDRS

Vacation and Sick

Application packets may be picked up at 2001 N. Hwy 16, Ste. A, Llano, Texas or by email at

For additional information please call 325-247-5767 or you can email us.

Llano County is an Equal Opportunity Employer



Position of:

Dispatcher / Telecommunicator

Llano County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for a full-time dispatcher/telecommunicator.

Applications may be picked up in person or requested by email or phone. 

Our Office is located at:

2001 N SH 16, Suite A

Llano, TX  78643

Phone:  325-247-5767


Salary: 14.66 hourly

Llano County is an EEO M/F employer. 


·         Answer incoming telephone calls including 911 and non-emergency calls for service

·         Enter call information and maintain data entry logs in CAD (Computer Aided Dispatch)

·         Ability to operate radio console consisting of multiple radio channels and talk groups including wearing radio headset

·         Provide pertinent information and updates to responding units

·         Utilize various resources and navigate using multiple different maps

·         Maintain professional competency in all aspects of the job

·         Work in high stress situations due to call volume and nature of emergency calls while remaining calm and able to focus on the job responsibilities

·         Provide exceptional customer service to the public, emergency responders, and county employees in person and by phone, radio, and computer.

·         Dispatch appropriate Law Enforcement, Fire, and EMS agencies.

·         Maintain strict confidentiality and security of all information and systems

·         Extended periods of sitting, typing, computer work, and answering phones.

·         Must be able to work any shift day or night hours including irregular shifts, holidays and weekends

·         Attend all mandatory and required training

·         Maintain applicable and required certifications and licenses

·         Regular attendance

The essential duties describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees holding this position.  This is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all duties and responsibilities required.


·         High school degree or GED

·         Typing 30 WPM +

·         Knowledge of computers and software very helpful

·         Must be able to multi-task

·         No criminal convictions of Misd Class B or higher* (sometimes if a certain amount of time has passed and depending on the offense, a waiver may be obtained)

·         Must have or obtain a valid Texas driver’s license

·         Eligible for and obtain a TCOLE telecommunicator license and county jailer license within one year of employment

·         Eligible for and obtain access to TCIC/NCIC/TLETS systems within six months of employment

·         Pre-employment testing

·         Extensive background investigation will be performed as required by TCOLE

Benefits include vacation and sick leave, health insurance for employee, and retirement

Position is open until filled


Copyright © {{YEAR}} {{COUNTY}} {{STATE}}

powered by ezTaskTitanium TM