Employment

Thank you for your interest in becoming part of our team at the Town of Bartonville. Applications are considered for open positions only. 

Deputy Town Secretary/Court Clerk

This position will perform a variety of duties in support of the Town Secretary and administration for the Town.  Responsibilities include the administration and operations of the municipal court, administrative support to the Town Secretary, Council and public, as well as meeting support for the Council and Town’s Boards and Commissions. In the absence of the Town Secretary, the Deputy City Secretary will assume the duties of the Town Secretary.     This position is required to cross train on all day-to-day functions of municipal government and must be able to perform multiple tasks simultaneously and work with frequent interruptions and changes in priorities.

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To apply, candidates must include a cover letter and resume with employment application.

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Permitting/Administrative Specialist

This position serves as the first point of contact for citizens/customers contacting the Town; will perform a variety of routine and complex clerical, administrative and technical work involved in the acceptance, review and processing of all types of building and development permits; answer phones; assisting municipal court customers, and provide administrative support for all departments.   The Town of Bartonville is a General Law Type A municipality with a small administrative staff and this position will be required to cross train on all day-to-day functions of municipal government.  The applicant must be able to perform multiple tasks simultaneously and work with frequent interruptions and changes in priorities. 

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To apply, candidates must include a cover letter and resume with employment application.

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Patrol Officer

Patrol Officers provide crime prevention and law enforcement services for the Town through proactive patrol, preliminary investigations, and traffic control duties during an assigned shift.

This position is open to those who are currently certified as a Peace Officer by the Texas Commission on law Enforcement (TCOLE); Out of State Peace Officers who can meet minimum standards for Texas licensure (TCOLE RULE §217.1)

Examples of Duties

• Patrols town to promote public safety and enhance the quality of life .

• Responds to calls for police service (disturbances, burglaries, prowlers, suspicious persons, etc.) and takes necessary action.

• Secures crime scenes and arrests suspect(s) in misdemeanor and felony offenses.

• Directs traffic, issues citations, and investigates accidents.

• Completes patrol, offense, and arrest reports.

• Assists in conducting criminal investigations.

• Operates and maintains vehicle and personal equipment.

• Attends training activities and receives classroom and field instruction in job related subjects.

• Stores, tags, and logs evidence and recovered property.

• Maintains a positive friendly and effective working relationship with the general public and co-workers.

• Reports any unsafe, hazardous, or perilous conditions to proper authority.

• Adheres to the personnel, safety, and departmental policies, procedures, and Administrative Orders.

• Informs supervisor of all work activities.

• Performs other duties as assigned.

Compensation and benefits

Salary Range $57,000 - $70,000  

$1,500 sign-on bonus

Lateral transfer opportunities

  • TMRS 2:1 7%
  • Paid medical, vision, and dental
  • Certification pay
  • All equipment provided
  • 13 paid holidays

Requirements

Applicants must possess:

High school diploma or G.E.D

Minimum two years experience

Valid Texas Driver’s License

Ability to pass a thorough background investigation

Ability to pass a psychological exam and drug screen

Criminal Record: No convictions for criminal offense above Class C Misdemeanor

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