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Deputy Sheriff

The Blanco County Sheriff’s Office is now taking applications for Patrol Deputy.  Blanco County is a growing community covering over 713 square miles.  Blanco County Patrol Deputies are responsible for answering calls for service, serving civil papers when needed, traffic enforcement, motorist assistance, providing assistance to other area law enforcement agencies, patrolling all areas of the county and other duties as assigned.  Patrol experience is preferred.  Applicants must have a basic TCOLE peace officer certification and be able to pass an extensive background investigation.  For more information, contact Lieutenant Robert Woodring at 830-868-7104, ext. 316 to arrange an interview.  This is a full-time position with full time employee benefits.


Female Detention & Transportation Officer

The Blanco County Sheriff’s Office has an opening for a female Detention and Transportation Officer.  Starting pay is $15.34 hourly.  Benefits include but not limited to paid health, dental and vision.  Thirteen paid holidays a year.  80 hours of vacation after your first year of employment.  Sick time accrues at 4 hours per pay period.  This position requires licensing by Texas Commission on Law Enforcement.  Experience is preferred but will provide all required training to acquire a temporary and then a Basic TCOLE Jailer License.  Hours will vary while in training.  You will learn all the phases of detention and transportation of inmates while in training.  After successful completion of FTO program and 6 months of probation, uniforms and necessary equipment will be provided.  Contact Lt. Bussey at 830-868-7104 ext. 306 to arrange an initial interview. 



Telecommunication Officer

The Blanco County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Telecommunication Officer.  This is a full-time position with full benefits.  Thirteen (13) paid holidays per year, 80 hours paid vacation per year after your first year of employment.  Other benefits include sick leave, health, dental, vision, AD&D and life insurance.  Retirement through Texas Counties and District Retirement Association in which Blanco County matches your contribution at 1 to 1 (7%). 

Certification pay starts at Intermediate level and continues to increase with higher certification ratings. Starting pay for this position is $15.90 hourly rate.  Experience in the law enforcement field is preferred but not mandatory.  Blanco County pays for your training and licensing. 

This position is the epicenter of the department providing emergency and non-emergency services to all of Blanco County.  Must be able to multi-task and have at least moderate computer skills to keep up with an ever-changing environment. 

Contact Chief Deputy Neal Leonard at 830-868-7104, extension 305 to arrange for initial interview.





County Employment Application

Blanco County is an equal opportunity employer