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Employment Opportunities

Code Enforcement Officer

To apply, please contact City Secretary, Elizabeth Harrell, or (281) 292-4648.

Job Summary: The Code Enforcement Officer monitors and enforces a variety of applicable ordinances, codes, and regulations; provides customer education and enforcement of all municipal ordinances dealing with land use, development, and sanitation codes; and serves as a resource to provide information on City regulations. This position shall be responsible for patrols of the city to identify and investigate ordinance violations and construction projects without proper permits and monitor compliance with the zoning code and other city codes and regulations.

Full Job Description HERE. 

Deputy Clerk of Court 

Description: Under general supervision, performs a variety of clerical and bookkeeping functions in support of the Municipal Court.  Work involves transporting and processing Police Department records and receipts from fees and fines; entering a variety of data into computer files; serving as a clerk in court, responding to resident’s inquiries, complaints and requests; and processing cases, dispositions of citations, one of two cashiers, reconciles cash drawer.  The employee will be responsible for assisting with issuing arrest and capias warrants.  Reports to the Court Administrator


Process tickets and arrest sheets from the Police Department;  count and process cash received for fines and fees; enter tickets and citations into computer files; note disposition of tickets and citations; and prepare copies of documents for the Records Department. Assist with preparing court docket, court notifications, schedule official court appearances, jail time credits.  Prepare and mail courtesy letters, prepare folders for tickets and file in filing cabinets.  Dispose of closed out folders. Type materials from typed or handwritten copy; prepare a variety of correspondence and documents, such as court date letters, witness letters. Assume responsibility for correctness of spelling, punctuation, grammar and format. Utilize computerized data entry equipment and various word processing programs to enter, store and retrieve information as requested or otherwise necessary; summarize data in preparation of standardized reports; maintain and update data in computer such as status changes about individual court cases. Maintain a variety of files, filing and retrieving information as requested or otherwise necessary. Help process incoming mail for Municipal Court. Answer telephone and receive inquiries in person, provide information based on knowledge about government court procedures, and accept and process payments. Collect fees, and reconcile his/her cash drawer.

Full Job Description HERE


Police Officer

Full Job Description HERE. 

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