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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.  Communications Officers require a different application other than the General or Civil Service, the Communications Officer Application is located in the job posting for Communications Officer.

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Civil Service Positions
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.
Job posting will have full job information
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Notice of Exam - 05-28-2015                                                                      
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General Employment

Benefits Information

06-0830 COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER - Police

Primary duties consist of operating the communications console, teletype network and computer system, input of dispatch related information. Additionally, to provide timely and accurate transmittal of information and messages received regarding police operations and public information. The work involves extensive contacts with law enforcement officers and personnel providing other municipal services, and the general public. This is a position that has a tremendous amount of responsibility to be able to act and react in a safe, efficient manner for the protection of life and property.


Communications Officer Job Application


$2,340.00 per month / $13.50 hr.
 CO1 (Entry)

$2,531.00 per month / $14.60 hr.
CO2 (1 Year or more)

$2,738.00 per month / $15.80 hr.
CO3 (2 Years or more)
08-0609 Temporary LABORER - Development Services
This is a temporary position and is scheduled to work less than 1000 hours per fiscal year. Responsible for operating department equipment as required for maintenance of rough property, drainage structures, creeks and ditches. Position receives supervision in task performance and is expected to show judgment within established guidelines.
$10.38 per hour
09-0615 STREET SWEEPER/LIGHT EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II - Street
Responsible for operating department equipment as required to complete various assignments and duties within the department. Position receives supervision in task performance and is expected to show judgment within established guidelines. The nature of the job will require incumbent to be on call 24 hours a day, to include weekends and holidays as scheduled.
$2,164.00 per month/$12.48 per hour
20-0728 Part-Time Seasonal LIFEGUARD/Water Safety Instructor (WSI) - Parks & Recreation
This is a part-time seasonal position and is scheduled to work less than 30 hours per week during the spring and summer, and less than 1000 hours per fiscal year. Position is responsible for constant observance of various age groups for swimming in the pool; to control the public in the use of the pool facilities; to administer lifesaving techniques and first aid in case of accidents or emergencies around pool areas; to call for additional assistance immediately when necessary. Responsible for keeping the restrooms and pool area clean according to health regulations. Will help organize and conduct “Learn to swim classes.”
$9.01 per hour
92-0251 REGISTERED DIETICIAN COUNSELOR (Part-Time) - WIC
This is a part-time position and is scheduled to work less than 1000 hours per fiscal year. Funding for this position is from grant programs and is subject to annual appropriations. This person is under the supervision of the WIC Director or designee. This person provides individual high risk counseling and group nutrition education following WIC guidelines. He or she will work approximately 16-19 hours per week, as scheduled by supervisor.
$40.00 per hour



 


 Last modified: 26 May, 2015.