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

 

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 five 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 may be obtained by contacting the office of Don Lymbery, County Judge, in Lufkin, Angelina County, Texas at (936) 634-5413 or at the e-mail address or postal mailing address listed below.

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

This position is available beginning January 1, 2021.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

To apply, submit a letter of interest and a resume to Don Lymbery, County Judge, Angelina County, Texas, at dlymbery@angelinacounty.net or at the following mailing address: P.O. Box 908, Lufkin, Texas 75902.


DEPUTY VOTER REGISTRAR

Angelina County Election Administrators office is currently accepting applications from January 1, 2021 thru January 15th, 2021 for the position of Deputy Voter Registrar.

Required Tests: Background check & Clerical test will be scheduled at a later time

Looking for an energetic, self-motivated, organized person to join the Election Administrator’s Office Team.  This position performs a variety of clerical procedures in the Election Office.  Will handle mail, files and correspondence; uses spreadsheets and database to maintain records and to prepare reports.  Will Assist the team with all election activities that need to be done with the understanding that there will be late night hours and weekends worked when needed.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assists the Elections Office in the set-up and coordination of early voting; and assists with election-day activities.
  • Assists the Elections office with the scheduling and timekeeping of the election workers, judges, and temporary staff.
  • Responsible for the voting process and procedures.
  • Prepare and issues documents according to established guidelines.
  • Establishes and maintains moderate records and filing systems to prepare reports when needed.
  • Work with, orders, receives, and distributes ballots.
  • Open, sorts, and distributes Election mail.
  • Works with spreadsheets and/or databases to input or retrieve information.
  • Conducts research, as needed to respond to routine and non-routine questions about particular areas of responsibility.
  • Composes and types standardized and/or non-standardized correspondence and any other needed documents.
  • Assist with inventory of election supplies and recommend for additional supplies needed.
  • Performs other clerical functions including copying, posting information, picking up and delivering of information.
  • Answers the telephone, makes calls, and assists with inquiries regarding election activities.
  • From time to time, the employee engages in more physical tasks required of the Election’s Office, such as moving and loading boxes and voting equipment, delivering/picking up supplies and equipment at the warehouse site, hooking up computers and other auxiliary components, etc.
  • May perform other duties as assigned.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

High School diploma or general education degree (GED); plus, a minimum of three years’ responsible clerical work experience, preferably with a government entity; or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

    • Ability to establish and maintain moderately complex records and files and to organize data for reports.
    • Ability to prepare reports independently, complying with reporting guidelines and using judgement to detect and remedy inconsistencies or other problems.
    • Ability to proofread for completeness, accuracy and content.
    • Ability to perform moderately complex mathematical calculations.
    • Ability to operate a computer using standard word processing data inquiry, or spreadsheet software packages.
    • Excellent ability to communicate orally and in writing.
    • Ability to interpret and to apply rules, regulations and statutes to routine and non-routine situations
    • Ability to make judgments regarding appropriate response to moderately difficult questions or situations.
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other county employees and officials and with the general public.

SALARY AND BENEFITS

      • Starting Salary is $28,000
      • Texas County & District Retirement System
      • Opportunity of 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.

 

Please email your resume with your references to the email address listed below.

ehawkins@angelinacounty.net

An offer of employment is contingent upon successful completion background checks and reference checks.

Upon accepting the offer, there is a 90-day probation trial.


 

OPENING FOR FULL TIME LEGAL CLERICAL SUPPORT STAFF IN THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE

Primary job duties incldue: drafting, editing, and filing legal documents, assisting lawyers in day to day activities, maintaining spreadsheets, and uploading documents into case files.

Candidates need to possess the following traits: organized, detail-oriented, dependable, communication skills, and efficient multitasking skills.

The office is located in Downtown, Lufkin, Texas. It is a fast paced office that offers benefits. Please email your resume to: jcassels@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 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.

Angelina County Juvenile Services is currently accepting applications for:

 Position: 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 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.
      • 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 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,
      • Employment applications will be accepted until 4:00 m. on December 3, 2020 .
      • 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
      • If your last application submitted is over 6 months old, please re-submit.

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