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Leon County Sheriff's Office (Patrol Deputy Position)

Leon County Sheriff's Office is currently accepting applications for Patrol Deputy.

Applications are available at the Leon County Sheriff's Office at 606 E. Saint Mary’s St., Centerville, Texas 75833, or by contacting
brent.walter@co.leon.tx.us

Full-time employment benefits include:
Retirement Plan
Vacation Leave
Longevity/Pay
Paid Training
Employee Health Insurance
Sick Leave
Life Insurance
Holiday Leave

Minimum Requirements:
Texas Licensed Peace Officer
Honorable Discharge on F-5
5 yrs experience

Willing to work nights, weekends and holidays if scheduled

For more information, contact the Leon County Jail Chief Deputy, Brent Walter at 903-536-2749 or email brent.walter@co.leon.tx.us.  Applications can be picked up in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office at 606 E. St. Mary’s, Centerville, Texas, 24 hours a day.

Telecommunication Position (Part-Time Position Available)

The Leon Co. Sheriff’s Office is seeking to hire an individual to originate, relay, and interpret information relating to the safety and well-being of law enforcement officers, agency personnel, and general public. This individual must have excellent communication skills, telephone etiquette, be able to receive, process, and document all calls for service for police, fire, and EMS assistance from the public and relay the information to the appropriate source, and the ability to multi-task. Individual needs to be able to operate in high stress environments.

For more information, Contact Leon Co. Dispatch Supervisor, Julie Mullins at (903) 536-2749 or email your resume to julie.mullins@co.leon.tx.us.

 

County Jailer (Full time Positions)

The Leon County Sheriff’s Office is seeking to hire individuals to work as County Jailers.  Applicants are responsible for maintaining control of the inmate population and responsible for the care, feeding and housing of the inmates.  Jailers must have good communication and writing skills, be able to work in high stress environments and maintain good physical fitness to perform the duties.  Jailers must be able to interact professionally with the public and have the ability to multi-task when the jail gets busy.  Applicants must be able to satisfactorily complete state required jail school and maintain their jail license through in-service training throughout their career.  All training is provided at no cost to the applicant.  Applicant must pass a state mandated physical, drug test and psychological evaluation at no charge to the applicant before being hired.  Applicants must be able to work day and/or night shifts.

 

For more information, contact the Leon County Jail Chief Deputy, Brent Walter at 903-536-2749 or email brent.walter@co.leon.tx.us.  Applications can be picked up in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office at 606 E. St. Mary’s, Centerville, Texas, 24 hours a day.