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Burleson Co. Government

County Treasurer - Employment

Fill out the Employment Application and return to the County Treasurer’s Office located on the 4th floor of the courthouse, 100 W Buck St. Applications and resumes may also be submitted to

For positions with the Sheriff’s Office, you MUST apply at the Burleson County S.O. and submit the following application. Sheriff’s Department Application.

Current Job Openings
  • Job Opening:  March 8, 2023

    Job Closing:  When Position Filled

    Serves as the point of contact for county departments, municipalities, developers, and the general public for septic permitting and other environmental related issues.  Enforces rules and regulations pertaining to septic’s, illegal dumping, and illegal burning.

    • Interpret and apply Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Texas Health and Safety Codes and County regulations governing the application of on-site septic facilities (OSSF) and other environmental or public health codes.
    • Review applications and OSSF design to assure that plans meet state and county specifications
    • Inspect OSSF systems in order to confirm the accuracy of site plans/designs and document inspections; issue appropriate paperwork to owners
    • Assist and investigate for both civil and criminal related illegal disposal of solid wastes, illegal dumping, junk vehicles, and OSSF violations. ; assist public with resolution of problems. Take legal action and represent department at legal proceedings
    • Works effectively and collaboratively with all County personnel and the general public.
    • Perform general admin tasks such as answering phone and email, greet visitors, maintain an organized file system for environmental dept, data entry, purchasing, maintain office and field equipment
    • Intermediate knowledge of the following computer software programs, including but not limited to Microsoft Access, Excel, Outlook, and Word.
    • Valid Texas driver’s license is required.
    • Must be able to pass exam to obtain Designated Representative license or currently have a  Designated Representative license
    • Additional duties as assigned.

    Submit employment application to the Burleson County Treasurer's office.

  • Position duties include:

    • Case intake – review and determine legal sufficiency of cases; review files for completeness and research current case law;
    • Work with law enforcement when additional documentation may be needed;
    • Attend dockets, court hearings, and plea bargain negotiations; note: all dockets are in person
    • Investigation and preparation for trial, including interviewing witnesses, working with victims, and processing subpoenas;
    • Respond promptly to Court personnel, attorneys, law enforcement and victims as to status of cases.
    • Felony dockets and CPS dockets

    Starting Salary full time position: $70,000 - $75,000, full county benefits including paid health insurance for employee, CLE, State Bar dues, paid holidays, vacation and retirement program

    The ideal candidate will possess:

    • Juris Doctorate degree from accredited law school;
    • Must be currently licensed by the State Bar of Texas to practice law and in good standing;
    • Must be able to pass a criminal background check; Clean drug test required at hiring
    • Ability to multi-task and take initiative on projects with little supervision;
    • Excellent writing, grammar, proofreading skills and overall attention to detail;
    • Strong calendaring skills;
    • Well organized and able to prioritize in a fast paced environment; must be able to multi-task, possess excellent communication skills (written and oral) and be able to work in a team environment.

    Or you may apply in person at: the Burleson County Treasurer’s office or print an application from the county website at: and file it with the County Treasurer’s Office. Please include a cover letter and resume if submitting an application.

    Posting date: 01/23/2023

    Closing date:   when position is filled



Burleson County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.