Employment Opportunities

The Palo Pinto Community Supervision and Corrections Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Please check this section regularly for openings with the department.  While prospective applicants can submit resumes by email, postal mail, or in person, resumes and/or applications are not retained unless there is an opening posted.

Palo Pinto County is an equal employment opportunity employer.

NOTE: This position will be open until filled.


Job Title: Support Staff – Clerical
Department: Palo Pinto County Community Supervision and Corrections Department
Reports To: CSCD Director
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Closing Date: Until Filled
Beginning Salary: Based on experience (With Benefits)

EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: A minimum of a high school diploma or General Equivalency Diploma conferred by an institution accredited by an organization recognized by the State of Texas.

DEPARTMENTAL REQUIREMENTS: The applicant cannot be employed as a peace officer, be on community supervision or parole or serving a sentence for a criminal offense, or have an immediate family member on current supervision. The applicant should also have: dependable transportation; valid Texas Driver’s License; proof of liability insurance; bondable; and available to attend out of town training. A criminal history check will be a part of the final selection process. Preference given to English/Spanish bilingual applicants.

JOB TASKS: Exercise mature judgment in response to the responsibility to the Courts of the 29th Judicial District and Palo Pinto County, the Department, and the probationer. Should be computer literate in: Windows XP, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Word, and other computer applications. Able to operate office equipment and machines (i.e., copiers, scanners, fax). Good customer service and telephone skills desired, with an ability to interact with a diversity of people and agencies without prejudice. Daily duties include the handling of monies, creation and maintenance of confidential paper and computer files, filing, correspondence, and reception duties. Position is under direction of the Office Manager. Tasks must be conducted in a manner consistent with standards promulgated by the TDCJ-CJAD and as envisioned by the Director of the Palo Pinto County Community Supervision and Corrections Department. Other duties may be assigned as needed to carry out the operations of the Department and the Courts.

We Are An Equal Opportunity Employer.

Submit a Resume/Application to:
Palo Pinto County CSCD
P.O. Box 99
Palo Pinto, Texas 76484
or e-mail: jfrench@palopintocscd.com
Or fax: 940-659-2310

Applications are available from the CSCD offices at 503 Oak in Palo Pinto. Completed applications with resume are to be returned to the CSCD. Keyboarding test may be requested.


August 2014