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


Legal Assistant – District Attorneys Office

The Angelina County District Attorney’s Office has an immediate opening for a Legal Assistant.  The selected applicant will work on various assigned duties including but not limited to discovery preparation, file closure, document preparation, and other duties as assigned.  The salary for this position will be commensurate with experiences and includes insurance and benefits as well as membership to TDCAA and opportunities for training throughout the year.


Director of Angelina County Community Supervision & Corrections Department Position Announcement

JOB TITLE:  Community Supervision and Corrections Department Director

BASIC  RESPONSIBILITIES:  The  director  is  responsible  to  the  Judges  for  the management and operations of the Community Supervision and Corrections Department.

SALARY: Commensurate with experience and education

DUTIES:

  • Manages the day-to–day operations of the department according to local policies of  the  Angelina  County  CSCD   and   standards  established  by  the  Texas Department of Criminal Justice-Community Justice Assistance Division (TDCJ- CJAD), including compliance with the division’s Code of Ethics.
  • Establishes policies and procedures for all functions of the department.
  • Represents the department in dealings with local, state, and federal agencies.
  • Responsible for the efficient and effective administration of all funding allocated to the department in accordance with TDCJ-CJAD Grant requirements and the Financial Management Manual for TDCJ-CJAD Funding.
  • Develops, implements, and monitors the department’s budgets and grant requests to ensure expenditures are in line with budgeted revenues.
  • Reviews and/or approves staff appointments, new hires, transfers, promotions, demotions, disciplinary proceedings, discharges, and training for the department
  • Ensures the performance of all employees is regularly evaluated and documented.
  • Establishes procedures and practices through which the department will address employment related grievances, including complaints pertaining to supervisors and the CSCD Director.
  • Participates in regular staff meetings to review and evaluate department policies, procedures, and programs.
  • Randomly reviews probation cases as deemed necessary to ensure CSCD policy compliance, making recommendations for action to address officer and offender non-compliance.
  • Reviews, prepares, and/or approves reports for submission to local judiciary and state agencies.
  • Organizes  and  manages  pre  and  post-sentence  investigative  functions  and supervision services.
  • Oversees program administration to assure the rights of victims are observed and collection of victim restitution is enforced.
  • Responds to inquiries from county, state, and independent entities.
  • Negotiates  contracts  with  vendors  for  contract  services  on  behalf  of  the department in accordance with state purchasing statutes
  • Serves as chair of the community justice council and ensures the development of a community justice plan for approval by the judges.
  • Communicates with other governmental agencies or community organizations to promote  a  positive  image  of  the  department  and  provide  information  about services offered.
  • Performs any other duties as assigned by the Judges.

REQUIREMENTS:

In compliance with Section 76.005, Government Code, Applicants must have acquired a bachelor’s degree conferred by an institution of higher education accredited by an accrediting organization recognized by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board; and

Unless the bachelor’s degree is in criminal justice, criminology, corrections, counseling, human services development, law, law enforcement, police science, pre-law, public administration, rehabilitative studies, social work, psychology, or sociology, the person must have:

  • a. one year of graduate study in one of those fields; or
  • one year  of  experience  in  full-time  casework,  counseling,  or community, or group work.

Previous   employment   with   a  criminal   justice,   corrections,   probation,   parole,   or community corrections agency or department.

At least five years of related administrative experience in a supervisory or management position or a combination of a Masters Degree in the position related field and related management experience at a level sufficient to lead the department as determined by the Judges.

SPECIAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Ability to effectively instruct or direct the work of employees performing routine to complex tasks.

Demonstrated administrative ability and leadership skills. Ability to work independently and efficiently.

Knowledge of case management techniques, including current evidence-based practices. Knowledgeable in the area of personnel administration.

Ability to develop budgets and administer finances in a cost effective manner.

Ability to maintain effective and cooperative working relationships with county and state officials, and municipal and civic organizations.

Ability to speak effectively before community groups, governmental agencies and the general public.

Interested applicants are invited to submit a CSCD application for employment, resume, and a cover letter indicating minimum salary requirements (faxes will not be accepted) to the Local Administrative Judge and received no later than 5:00 p.m., Monday, March 15th , 2021 as follows:

The Hon. Robert K. Inselmann Local Administrative Judge Angelina County Courthouse P.O. Box 908, Lufkin, Texas 75902-0908

Applications may be obtained from Angelina County CSCD, 518 South First Street, Lufkin, Texas 75901 or by calling (936) 634-3976.


COUNTY ROAD ENGINEER

Angelina County is currently accepting applications for the new position of county road engineer. The county road engineer will serve as the chief executive officer for the county road department and will be responsible to the Angelina County Commissioners Court for the efficient and economical construction and maintenance of the county roads located within Angelina County, Texas. The county road engineer shall, in this regard, have all of the statutory powers and duties listed in Section 252.309 of the Texas Transportation Code.

Applicants must be licensed as a Professional Engineer (PE) in the state of Texas with a degree in civil engineering or in a closely related field. Applicants must also meet the qualifications required by the Texas Department of Transportation for its district engineers. The successful applicant will additionally have at least six years of work experience in road construction along with prior experience in both working with budgets and in supervising employees.

A more detailed job description and list of required qualifications for this position is available in connection with the job posting on Angelina County’s website (www.angelinacounty.net). Interested persons are referred to this posting for the additional information. To view or download the detailed job description and qualification list, please follow this link.

Salary for the position will be dependent upon experience and qualifications. The position carries full county benefits, including retirement, paid vacation, and health insurance.

To apply, please submit a letter of interest and a resume to the Angelina County Commissioners Court, attention Debbie Lewis, Administrative Assistant, at dlewis@angelinacounty.net or at the following mailing address: P.O. Box 908, Lufkin, Texas 75902.


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 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 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 (PART TIME)

Angelina County Sheriff’s Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Jailer (Part time).  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 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.  The position will be a part-time position and normally consist of no more than 29 hours per week.  This particular position will be assigned to a night-time shift. 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