Fort Bend County is Hiring for Multiple Positions
Fort Bend is one of the fastest growing counties in the U.S. according to an article published on Forbes.com. Our thriving county is now home to over 650,000 people. The great news for residents is that the increase in the number of people choosing to make their home in Fort Bend is matched by a 78% increase in job growth since 2000.
Work with Fort Bend County:
For local people looking for work with the government, there are many opportunities within the Commissioners Court, Attorney’s Office, Sheriff’s Office and other departments of Fort Bend County.
Fort Bend County is looking for ”motivated people that love coming to work, dare to do their best, want to work with like-minded people, and help change the community.”
The County offers an attractive package of salary and benefits to its many employees. In addition to a competitive salary, employees are entitled to paid vacation time and sick leave. The county offers attractive medical, dental and vision plans together with access to an Employee Health & Wellness Center and Employee Assistance Program. Employees can save for their retirement through the Texas County & District Retirement System (TCDRS) and Deferred Compensation 457 plans.
Alongside monetary reward, the county offers opportunities for career progression. Once you have established yourself in your role, you can apply for internal transfers and promotion opportunities, enabling you to develop and grow in your chosen profession.
The county has also negotiated discounts with a number of local retailers and service providers, ensuring that Fort Bend County employees receive a good deal when they shop locally.
Fort Bend County Vacancies:
There are a wide range of jobs on offer with Fort Bend County, from training roles to management opportunities.
Individuals with administrative experience can choose from a variety of positions, from temporary administrative support to permanent opportunities for administrative secretary or district clerk. Experienced mechanics will find opportunities in the vehicle maintenance team and drainage district.
If you would like to develop your career within emergency medical services, you may wish to apply for the post of paramedic apprentice. This entry-level position will allow you to learn and develop as you earn, enabling you to establish your medical career.
Within the Sheriff’s Office, you will find a variety of roles for both law enforcement and civilian personnel. Civilian applicants may wish to join the Sheriff’s Office as a bonding clerk or detention officer. Qualified peace officers will find a number of opportunities within the team, including investigator and deputy sheriff.
Search FortBendJobs.com to find the latest jobs available with Fort Bend County and many other local employers. The County’s careers page can be viewed here. Fort Bend County is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, gender, religion, disability or national origin.