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Or you may fax them in to:  325-643-3749.

*The City of Brownwood Police Department and City of Brownwood Fire Department are Civil Service, as designated by Title 5, Chapter 143 of The State of Texas  Local Government Code.  Test and application information is located at the bottom of the Police Department and Fire Department web pages when there is an opening and notice of hire.
Notice that Civil Service Application must be filled out when applying for a City of Brownwood Police Officer or Fire Fighter position. 
Applications are only accepted after a Notice of Exam has been posted.

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Benefits Information

This is an hourly position that works in the “Patrol Division”. Due to the “Meet and Confer” agreement between the Brownwood Municipal Police Association and the City of Brownwood, this position shall have a work period of fourteen (14) days and the City will pay overtime for hours worked in excess of eighty-four (84) hours during a 14 day work period of regularly established City pay period. This person performs routine patrol, either by motor vehicle or on foot, of business and residential areas within the City of Brownwood; usually assigned to a specific district during tour of duty. Responsibility of employees in this classification is to control traffic and to enforce all traffic laws, to prevent vandalism and damage to property, and to protect human life. Specific and general work assignments are received from superior officers and the employee works independently using personal discretion and judgment in meeting any eventuality which might arise.
Works a schedule of 24 hours on /48 hours off. Responsible for performing firefighting skills in the protection of life and property by combating, extinguishing and preventing fires, responding to emergency medical calls and administer medical aid to the level of their TDH certification. Responds to hazmat emergencies, rescue operations, and other calls of service. Work entails primary responsibility for specialized firefighting duties under emergency conditions which may involve personal hazard. Considerable time is spent in study for certifications and training; daily routine work in the maintenance of firefighting equipment, apparatus and firemen’s quarters. Employees in this class may be assigned to operate and maintain firefighting equipment or apparatus employing special skills.
09-0637 Facilities Maintenance - Sign Technician - Street
Responsible for operating department equipment as required to complete various assignments and duties within the department. The nature of the job will require incumbent to be on call 24 hours a day, to include weekends and holidays as scheduled
$2,435.00 per month/ $14.05 per hour
22-0568 LIGHT EQUIPMENT OPERATOR I - Waste Water Distribution Department
This person will hold general responsibility for performance of various manual tasks and follow directions given by the supervisor, during the construction, repair and maintenance of City services and facilities. This position will require heavy manual labor under conditions involving extremes of heat and cold, as well as long hours.
$2,080.00 per month / $12.00 per hour
24-0660 MECHANIC - III - Fleet Services
The Mechanic III is responsible for the efficient repair and operation of all heavy-duty trucks and equipment. Responsibilities extend to operating the equipment to insure operational status. Welds and fabricates as necessary to effect proper repairs. Participates in trainings related to computerized system controls. Heavy equipment for the City is described as, but not limited to, Landfill loaders, dozers, compactors, Sanitation trucks (sideloaders, rearloaders, crane truck), dump trucks, scrapers, graders, fire engines and aerial trucks.
$2,987.00 per month / $17.23 per hour

 Last modified: 11 December, 2014.