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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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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 firemenís quarters. Employees in this class may be assigned to operate and maintain firefighting equipment or apparatus employing special skills.
11-0621 MEDIUM TRUCK OPERATOR - Sanitation

To operate / drive large trucks (2 tons or larger) and equipment requiring above-average driving skill and manipulative ability for the collection of solid waste, recyclables and yard waste on a regular route and schedule.
$2,164.00 per month / $12.48 per hour

Night Shift: $2,248.00 per month / $12.97 per hour
11-0631 ROLL-OFF (HEAVY) TRUCK OPERATOR - Sanitation
To operate roll-off truck and other trucks within the department requiring above-average driving skill and manipulative ability for the collection of solid waste to include industrial, construction and municipal waste.
$2,290.00 per month / $13.21 per hour
20-0710 RECREATION SUPERVISOR - Parks & Recreation
This supervisory position has senior level responsibility for the planning, organization, coordination and direction of the cityís recreation program.
$2,738.00 per month / $15.80 per hour
21-0564 WATER METER READER - Water
This position holds the responsibility for accurate reading and recording of water meter readings of the City of Brownwood utility customers. Must possess exceptional reliance in several phases of responsibility. This person is responsible for work involving installation, repair and removing water meters.
$2,080.00 per month / $12.00 per hour
21-0569 LIGHT EQUIPMENT OPERATOR I - 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
This position will operate various pieces of equipment in performance of related water and sewer maintenance or construction. Will also perform varying duties of manual labor in connection with specific water and sewer jobs.
$2,164.00 per month / $12.48 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 (side loaders, rear loaders, and crane truck), dump trucks, scrapers, graders, fire engines and aerial trucks.
$2,987.00 per month / $17.23 per hour
Works Monday through Thursday for approximately 19 hours per week and less than 999 hours per year. Screens WIC applicants for eligibility according to categorical criteria outlined in federal, state and local policies. Funding for this position is from grant programs and is subject to annual appropriations. Issues EBT cards to eligible participants, and maintains EBT card inventory with reconciliations and reports done daily. Maintains formula logs on a daily basis. Makes appointments for all clients who call, while determining level of priority. Prepares monthly schedules for anticipated caseload. Follows up with missed appointment on a daily basis. Explains use of EBT cards to new participants. Backs up computer information daily and transmits information to state office via modem. Files client charts and papers on a daily basis. Mails appointment reminders on a daily basis.
$10.00 per hour
This is a part-time, non-exempt position (approximately19 hours per week, less than 1000 hours per fiscal year) working under the direction of the Public Health Preparedness (PHP) Coordinator. Funding for this position is from grant programs and is subject to annual appropriations. Work involves assisting PHP Coordinator in collaboration with Health Department staff, state and local governmental officials and agencies, school districts, volunteer and community organizations and the general public. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting in developing plans for the Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) and other health preparedness plans. Develops, helps run, and evaluates emergency preparedness drills and exercises. During public health emergencies, provides logistical and technical support. Represents Brownwood/Brown County in communications and education involving communicable disease reporting for local clinics, private provider hospitals and local residence. Conducts disease surveillance and investigation. Assists the Coordinator with all aspects of the PHEP program.
$11.65 per hour

 Last modified: 28 January, 2015.