Employment Opportunities

Guadalupe County is currently accepting applications for the following positions. You may complete the application online or print the application and/or background packet using the links at the bottom of this page. If you wish to turn in your application in person, please refer to the job posting for instructions.

Attention: If you are applying for a position at the Adult Detention Center or Sheriff’s Department, you must complete, the Sheriff’s Office, Adult Detention Center and Animal Control Application and Background Packet (pdf). This packet may be downloaded, completed and delivered to the department.

The hiring authority will review the applications submitted and contact the applicants they want to interview and will make the final hiring selection. As part of the conditional offer for employment with Guadalupe County, you will be required to take and pass a pre-employment drug screen and possibly a medical exam (physical and/or psychological). Law enforcement candidates that are given a conditional offer will be required to complete and pass a thorough background investigation and meet TCOLE requirements.

Guadalupe County Participates in EVerify (pdf)

For a full list of benefits Guadalupe County offers, go to https://www.co.guadalupe.tx.us/hr/hr.php

For a more detailed job description click on the job title in blue.

Guadalupe County does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age and handicapped status in emploment or the provision of services. "Applicants requiring a reasonable accommodation for the application and/or interview process should notify a representative of the Human Resources department."


  • Chief Deputy Sheriff (pdf)

    If any County Employee wishes to transfer to the Guadalupe County Sheriff’s Office as Full Time Chief Deputy Sheriff, please file your application and background packet with Sheriff Arnold S. Zwicke by September 30, 2022 at 5:00p.m. Annual salary of $110,000. Any transfer requests by an employee of a higher pay group will be considered as a request for demotion and therefore reduction in pay.

    A high school diploma or GED equivalent required. An extensive background in law enforcement management and leadership skills plus as least five (5) years’ experience in law enforcement operations or an Associate degree in Criminal Justice is desirable. Other specialized job requirements include a Texas driver’s license and Advanced Certification through Texas Commission on Law Enforcement. The Chief Deputy is 2nd in command of the Sheriff’s Office (Law Enforcement, Corrections and Animal Control). This position requires a thorough knowledge of law enforcement management. This individual is responsible for the Sheriff’s Office in the absence of the Sheriff.

    Guadalupe County does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, and handicapped status in employment or the provision of services.

  • Part-Time Kitchen Assistant (pdf)

    Under the direction of the Kitchen Coordinator, the Kitchen Assistant will focus on the daily preparation of hot breakfast, lunch, healthy snacks, and dinner to include provision planning, inventory and detail cleaning within the kitchen. Graduation from High School or a General Education Development (GED) certificate is preferred. Candidates must demonstrate their ability to perform tasks involving reading and writing. Regular attendance is essential. Must arrive at work on time, prepared to perform assigned duties and work assigned schedule. Employee must have the ability to work well with others. Employee must be able to perform the essential functions of the position without posing a direct threat to the health and safety of themselves and others. Must be 21 years of age or older.

    CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES REQUIRED • Basic Food Handlers Certification required, or ability to obtain within 30 days of employment. • Valid Texas driver’s license with appropriate liability auto insurance coverage (Driver’s license requirements must be met within 30 days if employee recently moved from another state).

    Please submit application to Guadalupe County Juvenile Services, attn.: Terri Murphy, 2613 N. Guadalupe Street, Seguin Texas 78155. Applications may be downloaded from www.co.guadalupe.tx.us or obtained from the Guadalupe County Human Resources Office located at 211 W. Court, Seguin Texas.

  • Firefighter (pdf)

    GCFR is seeking highly motivated personnel who are dedicated to providing public service in the areas of fire protection, emergency medical service, fire prevention, public education and emergency management. Full-time pay is $59,436 annually (includes FLSA and scheduled OT) Plus additional overtime opportunities. Full-time staff receive paid vacation, sick time, holidays and floating holidays, TCDRS 7% 2-1 match retirement, longevity pay, 100% Employee Health Insurance, $20,000 Basic Life Insurance for Employee with Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Tuition Reimbursement, Paid training Opportunities, Uniform Allowance.

    Guadalupe County Fire Rescue establishes the prerequisites for the position of Firefighter: • High School Diploma or GED - You must provide a copy of either a high school diploma or General Equivalency Diploma. • TCFP Firefighter Certification and or any other related TCFP certifications- All minimum certifications required for this position must be submitted TCFP certifications must not be expired and applicants must be in good standings with TCFP. • Texas Department of State Health Services EMS certification- TDSHS certification must not be expired and applicants must be in good standings with TDSHS. • TXDPS Driver’s license- Minimum of class B license required. TX issued DL must not be expired. Applicants who do not hold a Texas DL shall submit their currently issued DL from the registered State.

    Applications may be obtained online at www.co.guadalupe.tx.us or from the Human Resources Department located at 211 W Court St., Seguin TX. Please return completed applications with supporting documents to The Guadalupe County Fire Rescue, located at 101 E. Court Street, Suite 208, and Seguin, Texas.

  • Fire Apparatus Operator/EMT- BASIC (FAO) (pdf)

    GCFR is seeking highly motivated personnel who are dedicated to providing public service in the areas of fire protection, emergency medical service, fire prevention, public education and emergency management. Full-time pay is $66,040 annually (includes FLSA and scheduled OT) Plus additional overtime opportunities. Full-time staff receive paid vacation, sick time, and holidays. TCDRS 7% 2-1 match retirement, longevity pay 100% Employee Health Insurance, $20,000 Basic Life Insurance for Employee with Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Paid training Opportunities, Uniform Allowance

    Guadalupe County Fire Rescue establishes the prerequisites for the position of Fire Apparatus Operator (FAO): • High School Diploma or GED - You must provide a copy of either a high school diploma or General Equivalency Diploma. • TCFP Firefighter Certification and or any other related TCFP certifications- All minimum certifications required for this position must be submitted TCFP certifications must not be expired and applicants must be in good standings with TCFP. • Texas Department of State Health Services EMS certification- TDSHS certification must not be expired and applicants must be in good standings with TDSHS. • TXDPS Driver’s license- Minimum of class B license required. TX issued DL must not be expired. Applicants who do not hold a Texas DL shall submit their currently issued DL from the registered State.

    Applications may be obtained online at www.co.guadalupe.tx.us or from the Human Resources Department located at 211 W Court St., Seguin TX. Please return completed applications to The Guadalupe County Fire Rescue Office, located at 101 E. Court Street, Suite 208, Seguin, Texas.

  • LIEUTENANT/EMT-BASIC (pdf)

    GCFR is seeking highly motivated personnel who are dedicated to providing public service in the areas of fire protection, emergency medical service, fire prevention, public education and emergency management. Full-time pay is $72,644 annually (includes FLSA and scheduled OT) Plus additional overtime opportunities. Full-time staff receive paid vacation, sick time, holidays and floating holidays. TCDRS 7% 2-1 match retirement, longevity pay, 100% Employee Health Insurance, $20,000 Basic Life Insurance for Employee with Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Tuition Reimbursement, Paid training Opportunities, Uniform Allowance.

    Guadalupe County Fire Rescue establishes the prerequisites for the position of Lieutenant: • High School Diploma or GED - You must provide a copy of either a high school diploma or General Equivalency Diploma. • TCFP Firefighter Certification and or any other related TCFP certifications- All minimum certifications required for this position must be submitted TCFP certifications must not be expired and applicants must be in good standings with TCFP. • Texas Department of State Health Services EMS certification- TDSHS certification must not be expired and applicants must be in good standings with TDSHS. • TXDPS Driver’s license- Minimum of class B license required. TX issued DL must not be expired. Applicants who do not hold a Texas DL shall submit their currently issued DL from the registered State.

    Applications may be obtained online at www.co.guadalupe.tx.us or from the Human Resources Department located at 211 W Court St., Seguin TX. Please return completed applications to The Guadalupe County Fire Rescue Office, located at 101 E. Court Street, Suite 208, Seguin, Texas.

  • Human Resources Administrator (pdf)

    This position performs administrative duties and general clerical functions for the Human Resource Office and is responsible for new employees starting with job postings up to and including orientation.

    Applicant must have proficiency with computers and strong Microsoft Office, Excel and Publisher skills, be a self-starter, excellent multi-tasking and organizational skills, pay strict attention to detail and work well with the public. Candidate preferably has at least two years of work experience in a Human Resource capacity.

  • Maintenance Worker (pdf)

    Some work duties include, but are not limited to overseeing: Repairs and maintenance of county roads and bridges, includes all phases of maintenance in the right-of-way, to include asphalt, tree trimming and operating light equipment and trucks.

    The applicant must have the ability/skill to understand and follow instructions; learn to use power and hand operated tools, including shovel, chain saw, tractor and mower; tolerate outside working conditions, including exposure to adverse weather conditions; establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers. Only applicants with a current CDL Texas driver’s license and a good driving record will be considered.

    This position is for Area A (Seguin Yard).

  • Groundskeeper (pdf)

    We are seeking a hard working individual with consistent attendance who can listen and follow directions and be self-motivated to complete assigned tasks with safety as a priority.

    Job requirements: *Observe all safety rules and procedures and work accordingly; *Maintain lawns of County buildings as assigned by planting, mowing, weed eating, leaf blowing, fertilizing, etc., and general cleanup of any trash and/or lawn debris including right of ways; *Trim trees and/or brush using power equipment such as chainsaw or other light tools; *Perform routine maintenance/repairs on irrigation system; *Use a vehicle/trailer to safely load/unload and transport power equipment and tools/supplies needed for the task; *Operate power equipment such as zero turn mower, push mower, trimmer, leaf blower, chainsaw, etc. Manual equipment also such as a rake or other light tools; *Inspect equipment for wear/tear, refill with fuel, oil and any other minor routine tasks to maintain equipment in proper working order. *Be physically able to lift up to 80 lbs

    25 hours per week, from 5:30am-10:30am, Monday through Friday. Applicant must be at least 18 years of age, possess a valid Texas driver’s license and a working phone number.

  • Deputy County Clerk (pdf)

    The Guadalupe County Clerk is seeking enthusiastic applicants for several positions in the Courts and Recording Departments as a Deputy County Clerk.

    Come start your career in county government. Applicant must be outgoing, excited to work in public service, self-organized, adaptable, enjoy being part of a team that creates the historical record of Guadalupe County. I’m looking for someone that can follow written & verbal instructions, loves a challenge, can perform multiple tasks while maintaining accuracy and critical attention to detail. You must be hardworking, dependable and professional. This position requires adherence to an extensive group of legal statutes in a fast paced environment. Be a part of our awesome and hardworking team.

    Applications MUST BE returned in person to the Guadalupe County Clerk, at 211 West Court Street, 1st Floor, Justice Center, Seguin, Texas. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

  • Truck Driver (pdf)

    Some work duties include, but are not limited to: checking oil water, fuel, tires, hydraulic system, etc., and makes appropriate adjustments to be certain vehicle is in proper operating condition prior to leaving for job site. Responsible for operating tractor-trailer truck, dump truck, pickup, front-end loader or track loader to load/unload equipment and hauling materials to construction or repair sites.

    Applicant must be able to safely operate equipment used and know the provisions of the Texas Motor Vehicle Code relating to the operation of such motorized equipment. Must also have the ability to service and make minor repairs on equipment applying safety standards to prevent hazards; understand and follow instructions; establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers. Only applicants with a current CDL Texas driver’s license and a good driving record will be considered. CLASS A - Commercial Driver's License is a MUST, not Class B. The Class B is not sufficient.

  • Adult Detention Officer (pdf)

    SIGN ON BONUS $3500 *Stipulations Apply* Must have a High School Diploma or GED and have no criminal record. All applicants must be at least 18 years of age. Preferably some jail experience and you must have a current Texas Driver License.

    If downloading an application you will need to deliver the Sheriff's Office application/background packet to Veronica Vela at 2617 N. Guadalupe St. Seguin, Texas 78155.

  • LVN (pdf)

    Applicant must have a High School Diploma or GED, certification as a Licensed Vocational Nurse, knowledge of first aid techniques, pharmacology and practices in general nursing, no criminal record, and at least one year experience, with preferably some detention or public health experience.

    Essential Duties Include: • Provides health care instruction and counseling to inmates • Processes inmates into the jail by screening and evaluating medical and mental histories as needed • Assists physicians, psychiatrists and dentists as needed • Fills and dispenses medicines and supervises self-administration

    Applications and background packets may be obtained from the county’s website or from the Guadalupe County Human Resource Department located at 211 W. Court, Seguin. Applications and background packets must be returned to Veronica Vela at 2617 N. Guadalupe St. Seguin, Texas 78155. Background packet must be completed and turned in with application.

  • Full Time Deputy Clerk (pdf)

    Applicant must have a High School Diploma, a good working knowledge of computers, be a self starter, multi-task abilities, good organizational/cataloging/and indexing skills, and work well with the public.

    Applicant must be able to withstand repetitive motions, including lifting books weighing 19-25 pounds, retrieving files from file cabinets as high as 89 inches, bending, and repetitive arm and hand movements.

    Applications may be obtained and completed from the county’s website or the Human Resource Office located at 211 W. Court St., Seguin, TX. Please submit completed applications to Linda Balk, District Clerk, located at the Justice Center 211 W. Court St, Seguin, 1st floor.

  • Mechanic (pdf)

    Duties include, but are not limited to: performing repairs and preventative maintenance on Road & Bridge vehicles and heavy equipment. Performs tune-ups, oil changes, battery checks, tire and lubrications checks and other preventative maintenance on automotive and mechanical equipment; including trucks, tractors, maintainers, draglines, front-end loaders, chain saws, etc.

    Inspects diesel and gasoline powered vehicles in need of repair and determines issues and necessary solutions. Tears down and rebuilds engines; The applicant must have the ability/skill to understand and follow instructions; learn to use power and hand operated tools, using hoists, gauges, drills, etc.; establish and maintain effective working relationships with co­workers.

    Applicants with a Texas Driver's License and a good driving record will be considered.

  • Juvenile Supervision Officers (pdf)

    The Juvenile Supervision Officer (JSO) supervises the daily activities and behavior of youth in the facility. They monitor youth interaction, observe youth in all areas of programming, intercede in verbal or physical confrontations, and maintain authority and youth compliance with established procedures. They are responsible for the welfare, safety and security of the youth in the facility. They adhere to all departmental policies and procedures, Texas Juvenile Justice Department (TJJD) standards, as well as federal, state, and local statutes at all times. This position requires working with dangerous/aggressive youth. Applicants should possess a high tolerance for working in an emotionally demanding/stressful work environment.

    The applicant must possess the ability to: work with youth in an empathetic and understanding manner; communicate effectively with youth, their families, and staff; remain alert, observant, and physically able to respond appropriately to work situations or emergencies; intervene and correct behavior and facilitate group discussions and activities; learn verbal and physical crisis intervention/de-escalation techniques and emergency treatment procedures; accept and adapt to changes in assignments, methods, environments, and policies; and work 12 hour shifts.

    Benefits Include: • Sick and Vacation leave benefits to begin after 60 days of employment • Longevity pay after the 3rd anniversary of employment • Paid Basic Life/AD&D Insurance Benefit • Paid overtime • Paid Employee Assistance Program (EAP) • Certification pay • 11-14 paid holidays (varies by year) • Workers' Compensation • 2:1 matching Retirement Plan • On the job training • Paid health insurance for employee • Semi-Annual uniform allowance Please submit a current resume and application to Guadalupe County Juvenile Services, attn.: Herlinda Rangel, 2613 N Guadalupe Street. Applications may be downloaded from www.co.guadalupe.tx.us or obtained from the Guadalupe County Human Resources Office located at 211 W. Court Seguin, TX.

  • Part Time Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) or Registered Nurse (RN) (pdf)

    Guadalupe County Juvenile Services is seeking applicants for: Part Time Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) or Registered Nurse (RN) Salary: Range of pay from $24.10 - $24.69 hourly Benefits Include: • Sick and Vacation leave benefits to begin after 60 days of employment • Workers' Compensation • 2:1 matching Retirement Plan • On the job training • Flexible schedule Essential Job Functions: The Part Time LVN/RN reports to the Medical Coordinator. In coordination with, and concurrence from the Juvenile Detention Health Service Authority, the Detention Part-Time LVN/RN evaluates total health care needs of residents, and arranges for or provides medical treatment to residents. This position requires working within a juvenile detention facility.

    The applicant must possess the knowledge, skills and ability to: respond to residents medical needs and arrange for or provide treatment; Maintain security and safety procedures for residents and staff; Assist physicians with on-site medical examinations and procedures; Assist dentists as needed; provide health care instruction and counseling to residents; provide screening and evaluation of residents' medical and mental histories; maintain inventory and security control of medical supplies, including drugs; fill and dispense medication and supervise self-administration while on duty; maintain medical charts and records, and perform clerical duties as needed; answer resident and staff inquiries (on call); maintain the cleanliness of the work area; set appointments for residents to see a physician, dentist, or other provider; maintain confidentiality regarding resident records according to requirements; attend professional continuing education training as required to maintain licensure; perform other related tasks as directed by the Deputy Chief of Residential Services or their designee.

    Please submit a current resume and application to Guadalupe County Juvenile Services, attn.: Herlinda Rangel, 2613 N Guadalupe Street. Applications may be downloaded from www.co.guadalupe.tx.us or obtained from the Guadalupe County Human Resources Office located at 211 W. Court Seguin, TX. Guadalupe County does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, handicapped status in employment or the provision of services.

  • Telecommunications Operator (Dispatcher) (pdf)

    Applicant must have a high school diploma or GED, ability to handle stressful situations, have telephone, typing, computer data entry and multi-tasking skills. Knowledge in radio and teletype duties preferred. Must be willing to work shift work. * On the job training will be provided.* Great career opportunity, providing services to the public in a much needed and respected field.

    Starting salary will be $18.65 per hour. Upon certification, the salary will increase to $19.39 per hour. Benefits include Medical Insurance, paid holidays, vacation, sick leave and retirement account, $20,000 Life Insurance Policy and Employee Assistance Program (EAP).

    Applications can be obtained from the Guadalupe County Human Resource Department located at 211 W. Court Street, Seguin, Texas or online at http://www.co.guadalupe.tx.us/employment/employment.php. Completed application and background packet will need to be delivered to Sheriff Arnold Zwicke at the Sheriff’s Office located at 2617 N. Guadalupe, Seguin, TX.

  • Public Information officer (pdf)

    Duties include (but are certainly not limited to): Consistently integrating private- and public-sector communications best practices into our public-sector business. Regularly, successfully and collegially collaborating with department heads and elected officials throughout the county to ensure each leader and their team have all (also may be read as “not more than”) the communications tools, guidance, assistance and documented policies they need to be successful in their various missions. Innovating. Then, innovating again. Then bringing new and more ideas, opportunities and aspirations regarding the department to the court. Not ever doing anything foolhardy or rash on a slow news day but being well-prepared to guide commissioners court (or other elected officials in the county) in proper communications when someone else in the organization does. Regular, ongoing teaching and coaching (for those that seek it or are willing to receive it) of department heads and elected officials about what good public communications look like (read as how well-disciplined, professional organizations communicate with and appear to the public and the press). Additional duties and requirements (and we may decide there are more – many more): Under the general supervision of commissioner’s court, perform a variety of tasks related to the dissemination of information to promote the understanding of Guadalupe County programs, services, activities, regulations, objectives, and administrative proceedings to a wide variety of audiences throughout the County, including the general public, communications and media representatives, community and civic groups, public agencies, and private organizations. Additionally, our public information officer might expect to be asked to: • Develop and/or update the county's public communication policies (e.g., procedures, strategies, county communications plan, etc.) • Appear before community groups and media to present information and materials related to the county's activities • Arrange press conferences and authorize appearances or press statements from staff members when appropriate, providing guidance and direction pursuant to county policies and industry best-practices • Establish a county-wide style guide • Coordinate with other departments to produce video and audio marketing pieces and/or records of events and happenings in the county or involving the county • Maintain assorted social media pages for the county • Coordinate the production of the annual citizen's guide to county services, which includes researching and verifying information and composing the text, taking photographs, formatting the layout and ensuring the timely distribution of the information • Develop a variety of educational materials to create a better understanding of county programs, services, policies and projects • Facilitate a variety of special events and county activities by assisting media representatives at the event, providing information to the public

    Experience in the following is required for this opportunity:  Demonstrated, successful performance in a public information officer role  Visible track record of solving complex challenges  A history of strong employment engagements  Proven ability to perform in situations where pressure and scrutiny fight for the number one position amongst perceptible environmental factors The ideal candidate might also possess some or all the following:  Ability to develop comprehensive public relations strategic plan and public information programs for Guadalupe County  Ability to develop and maintain cooperative and productive working relationships with local media and key figures in community groups and agencies  Knowledge of media resources and other forms of public outreach available in the community  Skilled in interviewing and creating rapport with interview subjects  Ability to analyze the news value of events  Knowledge of public relations practices and strategic program development  Basic knowledge of methods and techniques of video and audio production  Skilled in planning and organizing work to meet schedules and timelines  Knowledge of promotional techniques and marketing methods, including publicity materials appropriate to TV, print, radio, and other outlets  Proven ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information  Ability to prepare and maintain accurate and detailed records Position and Educational Requirements: Preference will be given to candidates who possess a master’s degree in public relations, marketing, business or other directly related and appropriate field from an accredited university. We may consider outstanding applicants whose experience and bachelor’s degree provide a compelling career picture. Five (5) or more years of relatable experience, with a pattern of increasing, leadership-level responsibility, is preferred.

    Compensation: We will compensate our public information officer in a manner commensurate with his or her experience, accomplishments and potential. We will also provide annual vacation accrual, various insurance programs, retirement benefits and other professional considerations we feel are or may be appropriate for this position. Typical work schedule: We see very little as typical for an opportunity like this one. That said, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, with on-call/emergency time required for issues which demand immediate action/attention, might be a fair description for some amount of the time. NOTE: The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position and is assigned by Commissioners Court. Special Requirements Must possess, or be able to obtain by time of hire, a valid State Driver's License. Must be insurable with the County insurance carrier and maintain a safe driving record throughout employment. Tools and Equipment Used Cameras, video cameras, overhead and slide projectors, audio/video equipment, personal computer, telephones, printers, copiers, and FAX machines. Physical Requirements The physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing these duties, the employee is frequently required to sit; talk or hear; stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or operate objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee may occasionally be required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Working Conditions The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Work is performed primarily in office, vehicles, and outdoor settings, in all weather conditions, including temperature extremes, during day and night shifts. Work can be performed in emergency and stressful situations. Individual may be exposed to hazards associated with floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, and fires. Potential exposures include smoke, noxious odors, fumes, chemicals, liquid chemicals, solvents and oils. The employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts and in high, precarious places and is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, risk of electrical shock, and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet in office settings, and loud at an emergency scene.

  • Part Time Community Activities Officer (pdf)

    The Part-Time Community Activities Officer will plan, co-facilitate and manage a variety of community service programs/presentations/activities focused on at-risk youth and those placed on probation or in detention and their families in Guadalupe County.

    Qualifications Required 1. Graduation from High School or a General Education Development (GED) certificate 2. Must have a clear criminal history 3. Must possess a valid Texas Driver’s license and have proof of liability insurance 4. Excellent verbal communication and writing skills

    Please submit a current resume and application to Guadalupe County Juvenile Services, Attn: Dalena Krueger 2613 N. Guadalupe Street, Seguin Texas 78155, before 5:00pm on Wednesday, January 12, 2022. Applications may be downloaded from www.co.guadalupe.tx.us or obtained from the Guadalupe County Human Resources Office located at 211 W. Court Seguin Texas.

  • Medical Assistant (pdf)

    Must have a High School Diploma or GED and have no criminal record. Must be certified as a medical assistant with a current certificate to practice in the state of Texas.

    • Responds to inmates’ medical needs; • Arranges for or provides treatment; • Maintains security, safety procedures for inmates and staff; • Provides health care instruction and counseling to inmates; • Assists physicians, psychiatrists and dentists as needed; • Processes inmates into the jail by screening and evaluating medical and mental histories as needed; • Maintains inventory and security control of medical supplies, including drugs and narcotics; • Fills and dispenses medicines and supervises self-administration; • Answers inmates and staff inquires; • Maintains the cleanliness of the work area; • Performs clerical duties such as filing of records; • set appointments for the inmates to see a physician, psychiatrist or dentist; • Makes frequent observations of medical cells; • And performs such other related duties as may be assigned.

    Applications may be obtained at the Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office, the Guadalupe County Human Resource Office, or on the County website. Completed applications should be submitted to Veronica Vela at the Guadalupe County Jail. Any transfer request by an employee of a higher pay group will be considered as a request for a demotion, and therefore a reduction in pay unless specifically approved by the Commissioner's Court on a case by case basis.

  • Patrol Deputy Sheriff (pdf)

    This position patrols roads in Guadalupe County to prevent crime and enforce laws and regulations while responding to emergency calls and routine complaints. Essential job duties include: • Keeps record of activities and makes reports concerning crimes, complaints, accidents and investigations • Gathers and labels evidence, takes photographs and fingerprints, guards and transports prisoners and testifies in court • Questions witnesses and suspects and takes statements and depositions • Issues traffic citations, pursues and apprehends suspects and makes arrests Applicant must be a Certified Peace Officer with the State of Texas and be willing to work shift work.

    Applications may be obtained from the county’s website (www.co.guadalupe.tx.us) or the Human Resource Office located at 211 W. Court St., Seguin, TX. Please submit completed application/background packet with Sheriff Arnold S. Zwicke at the Sheriff’s Office. Any transfer request by an employee of a higher pay group will be considered as a request for demotion, and therefore a reduction in pay.

  • FT Custodian (pdf)

    Knowledge of operating floor buffing equipment; one (1) year commercial janitorial experience; must be able to follow instructions, be self-motivated, and a hard worker. Additionally, must have own transportation, current valid Texas driver’s license and working phone number

    This position is on the evening shift, schedule is Monday through Friday 3 p.m. to 12 a.m. (midnight). Benefits include medical insurance, paid holidays, vacation, sick leave and retirement.

  • Cook (pdf)

    Must be 18 years old, have a High School Diploma or GED, and have no criminal record. Any transfer request by an employee of a higher pay group will be considered as a request for a demotion, and therefore a reduction in pay unless specifically approved by the Commissioner's Court on a case by case basis.

    Benefits include medical insurance, paid holidays, vacation time, sick time, retirement fund, paid life insurance policy, and an EAP program . Application and packet may be obtained from the Sheriff's Office, County's website, or at the Guadalupe County Human Resources Department in Seguin. Return to the Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office at 2617 N. Guadalupe Street to Veronica Vela


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