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Detention Officer

The Blanco County Sheriff’s Office is taking applications for the position of Detention Officer.  Detention Officers are responsible for the safe and secure operation of the county detention facility.  Duties include supervision of inmates, oversee the provision of inmate medical care, process arrestees through the various steps of booking from intake to release, decipher and route court and legal documents, and interact with citizens, outside agencies, and departments.  Twelve-hour shifts include days, nights, weekends, and holidays.  Experience is not required but applicant must pass an extensive background investigation and obtain a TCOLE Jailer’s License within one year of employment.  Blanco County pays for your training & licensing.

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%).  Starting pay for this position is $18.39 hourly rate. 

For more information contact Lt. Juliann Bussey at (830) 868-7104 Ext 306



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.


Telecommunication Officer

The Blanco County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Telecommunications 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 $18.15 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 responsible for coordinating law enforcement, fire, and EMS services to Blanco County’s citizens and visitors through the collection and dissemination of emergency and non-emergency information in a timely and accurate manner.  Must be able to multi-task and have at least moderate computer skills to keep up with an ever-changing environment.

Contact Lieutenant James Miller at 830-868-7104, extension 7 to arrange for initial interview.



Care Navigator - CCBHC Johnson City

Job Details

Job Location: Blanco, County


At Hill Country Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Center our vision is to empower people, foster hope,
support choice, and celebrate success.


Help us help others:

The Care Navigator is under the direct supervision of the Director of Care Navigation. A Care Navigator will be doing important, meaningful work that bridges the gaps in care to save lives. Based on a person and family-centered plan of care, the Care Navigator is the linchpin to providing continuity of care across the spectrum of health services including physical and behavioral healthcare, social services, housing, educational systems, and employment opportunities as necessary to facilitate the wellness and recovery of the whole person. This position must provide a consistently high-quality experience for individuals and families in services. This position is fully dedicated to being the Care Navigator for the Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic Expansion Grant under the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Flexible days of the week and hours will be required to meet the needs of the community. Remote work options. The Grant is a two-year award and funding may end at that time. HCMHDD Centers will reapply for future funding opportunities to sustain the grant but in the event funding is not extended, grant staff can apply for other positions within the agency for a transfer.

You will get to:

§  Work as part of a multi-disciplinary Care Team to support change in the lives of persons with behavioral health challenges by collaborating with teammates and community, healthcare, and social service providers

§  Provide great customer service by viewing individuals and families in services as people that we are meant to help; daily activities should focus on improving the quality of care provided to those in our services

§  Work directly with the Director of Care Navigation to reassess client risk needs

§  Addresses barriers to care or referrals, and is resourceful in problem solving

§  Initiate, track, and close the loop on referrals to individuals or families in services

§  Complete follow-up on all referrals within 10 business days as measured by 95% of referrals having a documented follow-up with the referred individual and/or the service provider

§  Effectively and professionally communicate with individuals or families throughout the process of care via email, phone, tele-video or face-to-face

§  Independently manage a complex caseload of multi-need individuals or families

§  Quickly build rapport and respond to individuals and families in a compassionate and caring manner while providing customized approaches to issues and concerns.


You’ll definitely need:

§  Experience working in a mental health or primary care setting.

§  A High School Diploma or GED.

§  Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) (Preferred)  *If applying as a CMA, applicant must have graduated from an approved school for Medical Assistants and possess a valid National Certification for Medical Assistant (NMCA) to practice in the state of Texas*

§  Have a valid Texas State Driver’s License.

§  Have current automobile insurance and the ability to travel to individuals when necessary.

We’ll also want you to:

§  Employ excellent verbal and written communication skills to engage and report effectively.

§  Maintain a well-organized schedule while allowing room for flexibility and adjustments.

§  Maintain accurate and timely collaborative documentation.

§  Sustain a calm demeanor when under pressure to meet deadlines and handle sometimes difficult situations.

§  Provide exemplary customer service and care to individuals with their best interest at heart.

§  Work autonomously to complete assignments within company and state parameters with a high level of quality. 

§  Complete and maintain both CPR certification and Prevention and Management of Aggressive Behavior training.

We’re excited to provide:

§  PPO health insurance plan , with option to add dependents.

§  PPO or DHMO dental plans and vision insurance options for healthy teeth and eyes.

§  Employer paid life insurance.

§  403(b) and 457 retirement plan options with company matching (457) to build retirement savings so you can retire someday.

§  Generous paid time off for fun and vacations and paid sick time for when you’re under the weather.

§  Authentic and caring environment where folks care about each other and want to do good in the world.

We can pay you:

$20.00 per hour with benefits plus good karma for doing good in the world.







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Blanco County is an equal opportunity employer