Angelina County is currently accepting applications for the following position(s):


MECHANIC – ROAD AND BRIDGE DEPARTMENT

The Angelina County Road and Bridge Department has an opening for a Mechanic. More information and job requirements may be found here.


VICTIM’S ASSISTANCE COORDINATOR – DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE

The Angelina County District Attorney’s Office has an opening for a Victims’ Assistance Coordinator.  The selected applicant will provide services to victims of crime, which may include but are not limited to the following: crime victims compensation information and assistance, referrals to community services, victim accompaniment and advocacy within the Criminal Justice System, prepare and maintain grant statistics, and process victim notifications and files. The selected applicant will also work closely with prosecutors and investigators to help facilitate victim contact and witness coordination.  The selected applicant may also be asked to complete other office tasks as assigned.  The selected applicant will be required to complete the VAC certification program through the Texas District and County Attorneys Association.  The salary for this position is $42000 and includes insurance and benefits as well as membership to TDCAA and opportunities for training throughout the year.

Applications may be picked up at the Angelina County Auditors office located at 606 E. Lufkin Ave., Lufkin or downloaded from the link on this page. Completed applications may be emailed to jcassels@angelinacounty.net or mailed to:

Janet Cassels
Angelina County District Attorney
P.O. Box 908
Lufkin, TX. 75902


ELECTIONS ADMINISTRATOR

OPENING DATE: 12/10/21  
CLOSING DATE: January 11th, 2022
SUMMARY/OBJECTIVE:

The Elections Administrator acts as the county voter registrar, administers all local, state and federal elections in Angelina County, and oversees county election operations, including voter registration, public education and outreach, and recruitment and supervision of election judges and poll workers. Regular and punctual attendance is required.

The Elections Administrator also works to modernize Angelina County elections, expand access to registration and voting, and ensure that voting is fair, easy, efficient, secure and accessible for all eligible Angelina County voters consistent with the Texas Election Code and federal regulations.

The Angelina County Election Commission appoints and oversees the Elections Administrator.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  
  •         Oversees and coordinates election and voter registration activities and operations in Angelina County, including the conducting of ongoing registration of Angelina County voters. Reviews voter registration records and monitors voter registration activities in compliance with state and federal laws.
  •         Monitors and ensures compliance with state and federal laws and regulations governing elections and voters’ rights, including the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
  •         Conducts and expands public education and outreach on voter registration and election participation.
  •         Develops and implements protections and initiatives to modernize Angelina County elections, expand access to registration and voting in Angelina County and otherwise ensure registration and voting processes are fair, easy, convenient and accessible for all eligible Angelina County citizens.
  •         Coordinates with election judges and workers, as well as local organizations and citizens, to enable all eligible citizens to be properly registered and informed on voting processes and procedures.
  •         Works with political parties in Angelina County to coordinate primary elections.
  •         Negotiates and prepares inter-local agreements and joint contracts for any and all elections.
  •         Assembles, trains and supervises teams of election judges and workers in performing all elections in Angelina County.
  •         Gathers and provides information to the Angelina County Election Commission, Angelina County Commissioners Court, election judges, election workers and the public regarding the state and federal laws and procedures for registering voters and conducting elections.
  •         Identifies and designates all facilities and locations for each election event and ensures an equitable distribution of voting locations across county precincts. Angelina County participates in the Countywide Election Day Vote Center Program for all elections.
  •         Provides to each voting location the required equipment, forms, records, maps and other materials needed to conduct the election and report election results.
  •         Prepares and administers the annual budget for approval by Commissioners Court, and monitors expenditures for the election’s office.
  •         Audits and submits all authorizations for payments for election workers, services and equipment according to Angelina County purchasing requirements.
  •         Compiles election results for reporting to the Commissioners Court, the Secretary of State, or any jurisdictional authority with which Angelina County contracts to provide election services.
  •         Maintains records of election results and makes them available as public record as required by law.
  •         Develops and implements a robust community engagement plan to ensure public participation throughout the election administration process.
  •         Develops and implements an election administration plan by using data and metrics, and in collaboration with community members and stakeholders.
  •         Oversees general management and human resources responsibilities for the elections office.
  •         Responds to election inquiries from candidates, the media and the public. Addresses and resolves complaints pertaining to election matters.
  •         Attends and participates in a variety of meetings, conferences and seminars. Stays abreast of developments and legislative changes affecting elections and voter registration.
  •         Develops a working knowledge of all applicable election and voter registration software.
  •         Studies and obtains a working level of competency of the Texas Election Code and the Secretary of State regulations.
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REQUIRED SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
  •         Able to work with Party Chairs in recruiting, training and supervising election workers.·        Able to exercise tact and courtesy in frequent contact with various county personnel, public officials and the public.
  •         Able to meet multiple deadlines and balance numerous projects in a fast-paced environment.
  •         Able to develop and drive new initiatives, work cross-departmentally, work within multidisciplinary teams, oversee projects to completion and measure results.
  •         Deep commitment to expanding voter rights, voter integrity and voter accessibility.
  •         Knowledge of regulations, principles and practices governing elections administration and voter registration.
  •         Familiar with specialized elections equipment and database programming principles.
  •         Excellent oral and written communication, management, supervisory and organizational skills.
  •         Per the Texas Election Code, the Elections Administrator may not be a candidate for a public office or an office of a political party, hold public office, or hold an office of or a        position in a political party.
  •         Per the Texas Election Code, to be eligible for appointment as the Elections Administrator, the individual must be a qualified voter of the state.
  •         For additional Elections Administrator state requirements, refer to Chapter 31 of the Texas Election Code.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
  •         Bachelor’s Degree or above in a relevant field, preferred.
  •         Minimum of 2 years of experience in relevant positions with increasing levels of responsibility, required. Additional relevant experience over 4 years, preferred.
  •         Having worked on jurisdiction of comparable size, preferred.
  •        Prior experience related to or knowledge of elections and voter registration laws, procedures, practices, documentation and equipment.

Licenses and Certifications

  •  Certified Elections Registration Administrator (CERA) preferred.
  • Must have or be able to obtain a Texas Driver License within 90 days of employment.

Physical Demands and Work Environment
The Elections Administrator must be physically able to operate a variety of machinery and equipment. This requires being able to exert up to 40 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 15 pounds of force frequently, and/or stretch arms, legs or other part of body to grasp objects.

The Elections Administrator must have the ability to coordinate hands and eyes rapidly and accurately when using automated office equipment. Minimal levels of eye/hand/foot coordination and color perception are required.

The Elections Administrator will require extended work during elections and meetings across Angelina County outside normal business hours. During election cycles, extended and irregular hours during the workweek and weekend may be required.

Travel

The Elections Administrator will be required to travel to various election locations across Angelina County.

SALARY and BENEFITS

Annual Salary – $48,304

Benefits Package

  • Texas County & District Retirement System
  • County paid Insurance for Employees who participates in the Wellness Program
  • Fourteen Paid Holidays a Year
  • Accumulating Eight Hours of Sick Time Month
  • Longevity Pay, $8.00 per month for each full year worked, paid in one lump sum each December
  • Paid Vacations days starting at five days for first year of service, ten days for second year of service and fifteen days after five years of service

Applications can be picked up at the County Auditor’s office or on our website at:

http://www.angelinacounty.net/files/pdf/jobapp.pdf

For any questions, please call the office of the County Judge at (936) 634-5413

Completed applications need to be returned to Angelina County Judge Don Lymbery by email or by USPS.

Mailing address:
Angelina County Judge
Don Lymbery
P.O. Box 908
Lufkin, TX.  75902-0908

Email Address – dlymbery@angelinacounty.net


HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR

Job Title: Human Resources Director Immediate Supervisor: Angelina County Commissioners’ Court
Department/Group: Human Resources Position Type: Full-Time / Exempt
Pay: Up to $57,500/YR Date posted: December 9, 2021
Start Date: January 1, 2022 Posting Expires: When filled

 

Job Summary

The Human Resources Director will be responsible for planning, directing and coordinating human resources management activities of Angelina County to maximize the strategic use of human resources and maintain functions such as new employee onboarding, employee relations, terminations, employee compensation, recruitment, personnel policies, fringe benefit administration, FMLA administration, record-keeping, workers compensation documentation and reporting, wellness programs, and compliance with all applicable local, state, federal statutes, as well as rules and regulations on pay outlined in the Angelina County Employee Handbook. Incumbents will follow other instructions, and perform other related duties, as may be required by the Commissioners’ Court.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Serve as a link between the Angelina County Commissioners Court and employees by handling questions, helping resolve work-related issues, etc. Communicates all changes and personnel activities to Commissioners Court and/or additional elected officials, department heads, and employees as necessary.  Maintains strict confidentiality in dealing with employee records and personnel files including all personnel transactions that occur. Responsible for scheduling employment physicals and drug and alcohol testing.
  • Respond to requests for assistance regarding departmental vacancies, posting job openings, recruiting and interviewing, where applicable. Oversee the maintenance of records retention according to federal, state and local laws and compile statistical reports.  Planning and providing new employee onboarding. Responds to employment classification, salary, and other survey requests from the Department of Labor, the Texas Workforce Commission, and other requesters.
  • Administer the benefit program for all full-time employees. Serve as the initial contact/resource for employees’ questions regarding health-related issues, supplemental benefits, etc.  Serve as the initial contact or representative for Angelina County for all benefit providers.
  • Serve as the initial contact and oversee the process of County employment issues that may arise such as FMLA compliance, Workers’ Compensation claims, Unemployment Claims, Fair Labor Standards violation complaints, etc. Advise elected officials and department heads on organizational policy matters such as equal employment opportunity, sexual harassment, etc. and recommend needed changes where applicable.  Serves as the ADA and Title VII representative for Angelina County and as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy Officer.
  • Provide current and prospective employees with information about policies, working conditions, wages, supplements and employee benefits through in-house training based on County needs. Assure all appropriate county staff is trained in the interpretation of personnel policies and procedures.
  • Administer the random drug testing pool program for Federal & Motor Vehicle CDL holders.
  • Initiate, publish, and maintain the Angelina County Employee Personnel Policy. Verify and monitor compliance with personnel policy, laws, and regulations. Recommend changes and updates to the commissioners’ court, as needed.
  • Conduct internal investigations regarding safety and personnel issues. Responds to internal or external cases of discrimination. Assure all grievances are administered effectively and responded to in a timely manner.
  • Assures the services delivered by the Human Resources meet quality and timeliness standards.
  • Prepare and follow budget for the Human Resources department. Assists in preparation of work papers for external auditors.
  • Study legislation, employment laws, legal codes, court procedures, precedents, government regulations, etc. to assess industry trends and attend training periodically to remain current on issues. Communicate new issues/laws to elected officials, department heads and employees.
  • Serve as the administrator for the county’s sick leave pool.
  • Advise or serve on Angelina County’s insurance committee.
  • Respond to inquiries regarding employment verifications, requests for public information, and similar communications.

Additional Job Duties: Other duties as assigned by the Angelina County Commissioners’ Court.

Education / Experience

  • High School graduation, GED equivalent, or higher.
  • Three to five years’ supervisory experience in human resources.
  • Knowledge of county government preferred.
  • PHR, SPHR, or similar certification preferred.
  • A valid state issued driver license is required.

Knowledge

  • General knowledge of word-processing specifically windows and Microsoft office suite.
  • General knowledge of or a willingness to learn federal, state, and local laws and protocols related to county government specifically in personnel management, worker’s compensation, and employment especially in Texas state statutes, Texas Local Government Code, Attorney General opinions, and Commissioners Court decisions.

Skills

  • Communicate effectively, both orally and in written form; grasp the technical, regulatory and human/political implications of proposed HR programs, policies and regulations and/or labor contract provisions; articulate the concerns of County employees, anticipate policy problems and to accomplish the County’s HR objectives, oversee the implementation of comprehensive County-wide risk management programs including risk analysis, workers compensation, comprehensive health insurance program.
  • Policies, procedures, laws, and regulations; establish and maintain effective working relationships with elected officials, department heads, and employees.

Working Conditions:        

  • Able to work additional hours and attend conferences either local or various locations throughout the state;
  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job.
  • Subject to occasional work beyond normal workweek (8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday – Friday).
  • May be subject to occasional travel.
  • Must be able to bend, sit, stoop, reach overhead, climb ladders, and move objects up to 25lbs.
Applications can be picked up at the County Auditor’s office or on our website at:

http://www.angelinacounty.net/files/pdf/jobapp.pdf

Fax or E-mail:

936-634-4972 or jcordray@angelinacounty.net

Subject Line: HR Director Opening

Attention: HR Director Opening

Mail:

Angelina County Auditor’s Office

Attn: HR Director Opening

P.O. Box 727

Lufkin, TX  75902


 


ANGELINA COUNTY JUVENILE SERVICES

Job Vacancy

JOB TITLE:        Full-time Juvenile Supervision Officer (Not probation)

BASIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Angelina County Juvenile Supervision Officer’s primary responsibility is the supervision of the daily activities of detained juveniles and to ensure the personal safety of each resident, their co-worker(s), and themselves while on duty in the Detention Center.

The Supervision Officer, under the supervision of the Superintendent of Detention or the Designated Facility Administrator will direct the activities of detained youth in all areas of programming.

SALARY:            Commensurate with experience.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

  • Security: A supervision officer is responsible for maintaining a maximum-security environment. This includes keeping detention keys on your person at all times. A supervision officer shall be responsible for making sure all doors and windows are secure throughout the shift.
  • Safety: A supervision officer shall be sure all juveniles and staff are safe. All staff should be constantly aware of a child’s moods and behaviors to determine possible risks of injury, suicide, or escape. A supervision officer must attempt to prevent and/or intervene in any crisis that may arise at the detention center.
  • A supervision officer is responsible for proper documentation in the communication log, intake packets, incident reports, etc.
  • Supervision officers are responsible for ensuring that each child is served proper meals as approved by a licensed dietician.
  • Supervision officers are responsible for following all shift responsibilities and ensuring the building is well-maintained and clean.
  • Supervision officers are responsible for knowing and following all policies and procedures, written and unwritten. Detention staff is responsible for any duty directed by the Superintendent or Chief of Juvenile Services.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Required: High School diploma or GED
  • Required: Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Required: Clean criminal history
  • Required: Texas Driver’s License and proof of liability coverage insurance

 

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS:

  • Applications may be obtained on the Angelina County website or at Angelina County Juvenile Detention Center at 705 Ellen Trout, Lufkin, TX.
  • Employment applications will be accepted until 4:00 p.m. on November 22, 2021.
  • All applications must be delivered in person to the Angelina County Juvenile Detention Center at the above address or mailed to Attn: Greg Shepherd, P.O. Box 222, Lufkin, TX 75902.
  • Please do not call Angelina County Juvenile Services regarding applications.
  • If your last application submitted is over 6 months old, please re-submit.

 


ASSISTANT COUNTY ATTORNEY – CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES

The Angelina County Attorney’s Office has an opening for an assistant county attorney.  The primary focus of the position will be representing the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services in cases of child abuse and neglect (CPS cases) in Angelina County, Texas.  Duties for the position will include all aspects of civil litigation on behalf of the Department, including trial and appeal.  Additional civil and criminal duties may also be assigned from time to time.

Applicants must be licensed to practice law in the state of Texas and in good standing with the State Bar of Texas.  Experience is preferred but not required.

The current salary for the position is $64,471.00.  The salary will increase to $67,551.00 on January 1, 2022.  The position carries full county benefits, including retirement, paid vacation, and health insurance.  Bar dues, TDCAA membership and CLE are also included.

This position is available beginning October 25, 2021.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

To apply, please submit a letter of interest, a resume and references to Cary Kirby, Angelina County Attorney, at ckirby@angelinacounty.net  or at the following mailing address: P.O. Box 1845, Lufkin, Texas 75902.


ROAD AND BRIDGE – OPERATOR

BASIC FUNCTION:  This position is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of heavy equipment in the Road & Bridge Division.

JOB NARRATIVE:

This position is responsible for operating a backhoe, maintainer, grade-all, front end loader, driving a dump truck and other miscellaneous pieces of equipment. As the situation warrants, the incumbent may also be called to assist other crew members in patching roads, rebuild bridges, and perform minor mechanical maintenance on equipment.

The incumbent reports directly to the Foreman. This work group is responsible for maintaining the County roads and bridges in Angelina County.

This position must be able to read and write in English, perform basic math calculations and have demonstrated proficiency in the operation of the heavy equipment utilized by the Road and Bridge Division of Angelina County. Although it could take up to several years to attain the required proficiency levels on individual pieces of equipment, the incumbent must bring skill to the position. This position must possess or have the ability to obtain a Class A Commercial Drivers License.

The incumbent must possess better than average interpersonal skills since one of the functions of this position is to ensure that operators are competently trained in the operation of on-hand equipment. Other than in this training role, however, the incumbent must possess and exhibit normal, everyday interpersonal skills.

The incumbent is also responsible for accomplishing all assignments, whether part of normal tasks or not, in the most efficient and expeditious manner possible.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  1. Proficiently operate the heavy equipment utilized by the Road and Bridge Division.
  2. Must be able to read and write English and complete basic math calculations.
  3. Must have valid Texas CDL Class A Drivers License or ability to obtain within six months of employment.

To apply, please submit your application to Chuck Walker,  Angelina County Road and Bridge Engineer, at cwalker@angelinacounty.net  or at the following mailing address: 130 Precinct 4 Barn Rd, Diboll, Texas 75941.

Application forms can be obtained at www.angelinacounty.net



TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPERATOR

Angelina County Sheriff’s Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Telecommunications Operator.  This posting will remain open until position is filled.

The Angelina County Sheriff’s Department is looking for positive, proactive, energetic, enthusiastic individuals that support our core principles of professionalism, community, safety and service to fill the position of Telecommunications Operator.

This position will be responsible for a full range of radio and telephone operational duties in a 24-hour facility. Telecommunications Operators are required to process and prioritize incoming emergency calls for Sheriff’s Office, police, fire, and EMS assistance.  The position will be a permanent, full-time position and normally consist of twelve (12) hour shifts.  Certain situations and assignments may arise and require extended duty hours as well as a thorough training program.  Reports to the assigned supervisor and Lieutenant and follows chain of command.  All new hires must successfully complete a twelve (12) month probationary period.

The Angelina County Sheriff’s Department has an obligation to employ persons of good integrity who will maintain the security and high standards of its services, and whose conduct will maintain public confidence.  To achieve these objectives, the Angelina County Sheriff’s Department will conduct a thorough background investigation on candidates who pass the initial application review, to include but not limited to the following:

  • Educational review
  • Work history review
  • Driving record review
  • Criminal record review
  • Family history review
  • Personal reference review
  • Initial interview
  • Pre-employment physical examination
  • Pre-employment drug screening
  • Pre-employment psychological screening
  • Any other requirement determined necessary by the Angelina County Sheriff’s Department

Applicants are required to successfully pass a complete background investigation check and successfully complete a pre-employment interview board.  It is critical that all questions on the History Statement and the additional application questions are answered and answered truthfully.  The completion of the history statement and the additional application questions represent your ability to provide written communication and follow directions.  Incomplete history statements and the additional application questions will not be processed.

Eligibility Requirements (partial list):

  • Complete a Personal History Statement (Application) Required by TCOLE.
  • Must be a US Citizen.
  • Must be 18 years of age or older.
  • Must have a High School Diploma or general education degree (GED).
  • Must possess a valid and eligible Texas Driver’s License.
  • Must not have ever been convicted of an offense above a Class B Misdemeanor and must not have any convictions for a Class B misdemeanor within the past 10 years.
  • Must not have any convictions of any family violence.
  • Must not have pending litigation – criminal or civil.
  • Must not have been discharged from any military service under less than honorable conditions.
  • Be subjected to a thorough comprehensive background investigation and interview.
  • All applicants must pass medical, mental and drug testing requirements.
  • Must be willing to work shift work, holidays and weekends.
  • Must be of good moral character.
  • Must be able to type at or above 35 net words per minute, (corrected), proof of passing score required and provided by the local Texas Work Force Center.
  • Must qualify for and obtain TLETS Terminal Operator certification from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education within Twelve (12) months of employment. Previous law enforcement experience is not necessary, but, helpful.

Other Skills and Abilities:

  • Law Enforcement experience strongly desired but not required.
  • Bilingual skills strongly desired but not required.
  • Exercises sound judgment.
  • Able to relay emergency information.
  • Ability to tolerate, react and maintain composure in highly stressful emergencies situations.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
  • Ability to make sound decisions using all available information.
  • Skills to accomplish tasks in a controlled, effective manner while working under stress.
  • Ability to develop and maintain cooperative working relationships with co-workers and the general public.
  • Ability to operate computer systems.
  • Ability to speak clearly and concisely over the radio and telephone.
  • Ability to perform multiple duties simultaneously.
  • Ability to read maps and coordinates.
  • Ability to resolve conflict in a professional and efficient manner.

 Salary and Benefits:

  • Telecommunications Operator Annual Salary $32,760.00
  • Certificate Pay
  • Texas County & District Retirement System
  • County paid Insurance for Employees who participates in the Wellness Program
  • Thirteen Paid Holidays a Year
  • Accumulating Eight Hours of Sick Time Month
  • Longevity Pay, $8.00 per month for each full year, paid in one lump sum each December
  • Paid Vacations days starting at five days for first year of service, ten days for second year of service and fifteen days after five years of service

Special Instructions:

  • Personal History Statement (Application) can be obtained at www.angelinacounty.net/employment/ on the right hand side of the page under links under Sheriff’s Department Job Application or picked up at the:

Angelina County Sheriff’s Department

2311 E. Lufkin Ave. Lufkin, Texas

  • To apply at angelinacounty.net click on Visitors tab then Employment Opportunity, on the right side of the page is a link to the 32 page Sheriff’s Department Job Application.

The Angelina County Sheriff Office is currently accepting applications for:

Patrol Deputy

Angelina County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for the position of Deputy assigned to Patrol.

The Angelina County Sheriff’s Office is looking for positive, proactive, energetic, enthusiastic individuals that support our core principles of community, safety, service to fill the position of Patrol Deputy.  The Patrol Deputy enforces the laws for the County of Angelina, State of Texas by patrolling and responding to and investigating incidents and complaints received through communications, according to the rules, regulations, policies and procedures of the Sheriff’s Department.  Under general supervision, exercises responsibility for the enforcement of state and local laws relating to public safety and welfare.  Exercises independent judgment in dealing with dangerous or unusual situations, exercising safety practices and procedures.  Works under stressful, high risk conditions. Reports to assigned Sergeant or Lieutenant.

The Angelina County Sheriff’s Office has an obligation to employ persons of good integrity who will maintain the security and high standards of its services, and whose conduct will maintain public confidence.  To achieve these objectives, the Angelina County Sheriff’s Office will conduct a thorough background investigation on all candidates who pass the initial application review, to include but not limited to the following:

  • Educational review
  • Work history review
  • Driving record review
  • Criminal record review
  • Family history review
  • Personal reference review
  • Initial interview
  • Pre-employment physical examination
  • Pre-employment drug screening
  • Pre-employment psychological screening
  • Any other requirement determined necessary by the Angelina County Sheriff’s Department

Applicants are required to successfully pass a complete background investigation check and successfully complete a pre-employment interview board.  It is critical that all questions on the History Statement and the additional application questions are answered and answered truthfully.  The completion of the history statement and the additional application questions represent your ability to provide written communication and follow directions.  Incomplete history statements and the additional application questions will not be processed.

Eligibility Requirements (partial list):

  • Must be a US citizen.
  • Minimum of 21 years of age or older.
  • Must have a High School Diploma or general education degree (GED).
  • Must possess a valid and eligible Texas Driver’s License.
  • Must be a licensed Peace officer by Texas Commission on Law Enforcement.
  • Must not have ever been convicted of an offense above a Class B Misdemeanor and no convictions for a Class B misdemeanor within the past 10 years.
  • Must not have convictions for any family violence of any degree ever.
  • Must not have pending litigation – criminal or civil.
  • Must not have been discharged from any military service under less than honorable conditions.
  • Be subjected to a thorough comprehensive background investigation and interview.
  • All applicants must pass medical, mental and drug testing requirements.
  • Must be willing to work shift work, holidays and weekends.
  • Be of good moral character.
  • Ability to tolerate and react to high stress situations and emergencies and to maintain composure.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
  • Ability to make sound decisions using all available information.
  • Skills to accomplish tasks in a controlled, effective manner while working under stress.
  • Ability to develop and maintain cooperative working relationships with co-workers and the general public.
  • Ability to operate computer systems.

Salary and Benefits:

  • Patrol Deputy Annual Salary $39,312.00
  • Certificate Pay
  • Texas County & District Retirement System
  • County Paid Insurance for Employees
  • Thirteen Paid Holidays a Year
  • Accumulating Eight Hours of Sick Time a Month
  • Longevity Pay, $8.00 per month for each full year, paid in one lump sum each December
  • Paid Vacations days starting at forty hours after first year of service, eighty hours after second year of service and one hundred and twenty hours after five years of service

Special Instructions:

  • Application forms can be obtained at www.angelinacounty.net or picked up at the Angelina County Sheriff’s Department, 2311 E. Lufkin, Ave., Lufkin.
  • Angelina County is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

JAILER (FULL AND PART TIME)

Angelina County Sheriff’s Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Jailer.  This posting will remain open until positions are filled.

The Angelina County Sheriff’s Department is looking for positive, proactive, energetic, enthusiastic individuals that support our core principles of professionalism, community, safety and service to fill the position of Jailer.

This position will be responsible for providing care, custody and control over the inmates remanded to the Sheriff’s jurisdiction. Jailers are required to effectively communicate accurately and completely.  Positions that are part-time positions normally consist of no more than 29 hours per week.  This particular position will also be assigned to a night-time shift. Full time positions may be day or night shifts, depending on the need. Each Jailer reports to the assigned supervisor and Lieutenant and follows chain of command.

The Angelina County Sheriff’s Department has an obligation to employ persons of good integrity who will maintain the security and high standards of its services, and whose conduct will maintain public confidence.  To achieve these objectives, the Angelina County Sheriff’s Department will conduct a thorough background investigation on candidates who pass the initial application review, to include but not limited to the following:

  • Educational review
  • Work history review
  • Driving record review
  • Criminal record review
  • Family history review
  • Personal reference review
  • Initial interview
  • Pre-employment physical examination
  • Pre-employment drug screening
  • Pre-employment psychological screening
  • Any other requirement determined necessary by the Angelina County Sheriff’s Department

Applicants are required to successfully pass a complete background investigation check and successfully complete a pre-employment interview board.  It is critical that all questions on the History Statement and the additional application questions are answered completely and truthfully.  The completion of the history statement and the additional application questions represent your ability to provide written communication and follow directions.  Incomplete history statements and the additional application questions will not be processed.

  • Eligibility Requirements (partial list):
  • Complete a Personal History Statement (Application) Required by TCOLE.
  • Must be a US Citizen.
  • Must be 18 years of age or older.
  • Must have a High School Diploma or general education degree (GED).
  • Must possess a valid and eligible Texas Driver’s License.
  • Must not have ever been convicted of an offense above a Class B Misdemeanor or must not have any convictions for a Class B misdemeanor within the past 10 years.
  • Must not have any convictions of any family violence.
  • Must not have pending litigations – criminal or civil.
  • Must not have been discharged from any military service under less than honorable conditions.
  • Be subjected to a thorough comprehensive background investigation and interview.
  • All applicants must pass medical, mental and drug testing requirements.
  • Must be willing to work shift work, holidays and weekends.
  • Must be of good moral character.
  • Must qualify for and obtain a Jailer’s License from TCOLE within the first twelve (12) months of service.

Other Skills and Abilities:

  • Law Enforcement experience strongly desired but not required.
  • Bilingual skills strongly desired but not required.
  • Exercises sound judgment.
  • Able to relay emergency information.
  • Ability to tolerate, react and maintain composure in highly stressful emergencies situations.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
  • Ability to make sound decisions using all available information.
  • Skills to accomplish tasks in a controlled, effective manner while working under stress.
  • Ability to develop and maintain cooperative working relationships with co-workers and the general public.
  • Ability to operate computer systems.
  • Ability to speak clearly and concisely over the radio and telephone.
  • Ability to perform multiple duties simultaneously.
  • Ability to resolve conflict in a professional and efficient manner.

Special Instructions:

Angelina County Sheriff’s Department

2311 E. Lufkin Ave.

Lufkin, Texas 75901


Angelina County is an Equal Opportunity Employer