The professionals at CAPCOG and its member governments have made the Central Texas region known as a leader in Next Generation 9-1-1, economic development innovation, air quality monitoring, environmental law enforcement, and much more. They have helped to foster relationships between large and small communities throughout its ten-county region, which have led to partnerships and sharing resources for emergency communications, homeland security, law enforcement training, meeting the needs of older Americans, transportation and economic development.

As an employee, you will gain valuable experience with state and local governments, as well as the opportunity to work on exciting projects in your community. Join our team and help CAPCOG make a difference in the Central Texas region. Review our current career opportunities and apply for one of the open positions.

Employee Benefits

  • Employee medical, dental, & vision — employee only coverage paid 100 percent by CAPCOG; dependent, spouse, and family coverage also available.
  • Employee Basic Life and AD&D, & LTD — employee coverage of $50,000 paid by CAPCOG; additional coverage for employee, spouse, and dependents also available.
  • Long-term disability insurance — paid by CAPCOG for employee — 60 percent of salary after 90 days
  • Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) account — 100 percent funded by CAPCOG — $2,000 per year per employee.
  • Healthcare and Dependent Care Section 125 Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)
  • 401k Retirement plan with employer contributions of 8 percent match, vested after 5 years
  • Twelve paid holidays — including one personal & one optional holiday
  • Vacation Leave accruals — 8 hours per month starting at hire with annual rollover, 10 hours per month at 3 years
  • Sick Leave accruals — 8 hours per month starting at hire with annual rollover
  • Wellness plan or stipend
  • Deer Oaks Employee Assistance Program
  • AFLAC Voluntary Insurance

Get an Application, Apply for a Position

CAPCOG welcomes all completed and signed CAPCOG applications for any open positions. Résumés, cover letters and additional information may accompany the application. Résumés are not accepted in lieu of applications.

Applications must be complete to be considered. Please follow the instructions for submitting the application. When submitting your application, make sure you have done the following:

  • All fields are completed.
  • The application specifies an open CAPCOG position.
  • The application is electronically signed and dated.
  • The application is submitted by the closing date (applications received after the closing date will not be considered for the position).
  • Please save the application. Do not do a file print as pdf.

Applicants have rights under Federal Employment Laws

Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)Equal Employment Opportunity Plan and Analysis (EEOP)Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA)

Employment Opportunities

Assistant Director of Finance

CAPCOG is seeking an Assistant Finance Director to support the agency’s Finance Division. The Assistant Finance Director will provide a wide array of services to the Finance Division and the agency, with a special focus on budget and grant reporting. An ideal candidate has considerable experience in government or large nonprofit accounting, with a broad understanding of agency financial systems and grants. Preference for candidates with credentials as either a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Certified Government Financial Manager. Read the full job description.
To apply, please download the application. Submit a complete and signed CAPCOG application to the attention of, by mail, or fax. CAPCOG will not consider resumes without completed applications.
Experience: Five years’ experience in accounting and financial operations; experience with grants and contracts, government accounting, and computerized accounting applications
Education: Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major course work in accounting. Education and experience may be substituted for one another depending on qualifications.
Pay range: $75,000 – $90,000, depending on qualifications; $40/month cell phone stipend.
Application closing date: May 19, 2023, or until filled

Around the Region

The following career opportunities are from CAPCOG members and regional partners. Apply to these opportunities on linked website. Do not apply to CAPCOG. If you have questions about a job posting listed below, please contact the corresponding agency.
CAPCOG area local governments can request a simple posting by emailing CAPCOG.

Police Officer – Liberty Hill ISD

Incumbent patrols district property to protect all Liberty Hill ISD students, personnel, and visitors from physical harm and to prevent property loss to the district property due to theft or vandalism. Incumbent must also uphold and enforce all penal and education laws of State of Texas. Incumbents may have primary responsibilities for police investigations.
Closing date: Open until filled.
Learn more and apply.

Community Service Supervisor – Llano County

The Llano County Attorney’s Office is accepting applications for a Community Service Supervisor. This is a full time position. This position is responsible for planning, supervising, and monitoring offenders carrying out community service orders. This position reports to the county attorney and coordinates with other agencies, including, probation officers, corrections officers and case managers. The position does not supervise community service for incarcerated persons. Offenders supervised shall be either probationers who are not currently incarcerated or persons working community service hours as part of the Pre-Trial intervention program administered by the County Attorney’s Office. This position does not and shall not interact with incarcerated persons at any time.
Job Location: 801 Ford Street, Llano, Texas 78643
Job open until filled.

City of Pflugerville – Dispatcher

The City of Pflugerville is seeking its next Police Dispatcher to join our team! The person we seek will believe in and exhibit the City’s P.F.I.R.S.T. core values: Positive, Forward-thinking, Integrity, Resilience, Service, and Teamwork. As a Dispatcher for the City, you will receive emergency calls from the public and dispatch police or contact other emergency agencies, as appropriate, and interact frequently with external public and department personnel.
Closing Date: Open until filled.
Learn more about the position.
Learn how to apply.

Hays County – Combined Emergency Communications Center Director

The CECC Director shall manage the day-to-day operations of the Hays Combined Emergency Communications Center according to adopted standard operating procedures. The CECC Director is a shared employee that reports directly to the CECC Executive Board.
Closing Date: Open until filled.
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Learn How to Apply.

Georgetown – Emergency Communications Operator

Under close supervision, receives emergency and non-emergency calls for police and fire service. Dispatches calls for service and enters accurate and concise data into the Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system. The Emergency Communications Operator Trainee is the entry-level class in the Emergency Communications Operator series. Work is observed and reviewed during performance and upon completion.
Closing Date: Open until filled.
Learn more and apply.

Bastrop County – Patrol Deputy

This position performs a wide variety of law enforcement activities. Tasks are service and protection oriented and include collecting and dispensing information, arbitrating disputes, providing assistance, protecting and recovering property, preventing and investigating crime, and providing other public protection services.
Closing Date: Continual job posting.
Learn more and apply.

Bastrop County – 9-1-1 Emergency Telecommunicator

This position answers incoming emergency and non‐emergency calls using a computer‐based 9‐1‐1 system, complex mapping equipment, Teletype Device for the deaf (TDD/TTY) and computer‐based multi‐line non‐emergency phones. Emergency Telecommunicators assess the need for Police, Fire and EMS. Gathers critical information and enters call information in Computer‐Aided Dispatch (CAD) system.
Closing Date: Continual job posting.
Learn more and apply.

Hays County – Deputy Law Enforcement

Under close supervision, the Deputy enforces all laws of the State of Texas and Hays County. The Deputy protects the citizens of Hays County and anyone traveling through Hays County. This position protects the life and property of the citizens and helps keep Hays County free from crime. The work involves isolating and defining unknown conditions, resolving critical problems and possibly making life or death decisions.
Closing Date: Open until filled.
Learn more and apply.

Hays County – Emergency Communications Officer

Under direct supervision, the Emergency Communications Officer assists citizens and public safety personnel in requests for emergency and non-emergency service. An Emergency Communication Officer receives requests for assistance via 9-1-1 or non-emergency phone lines, evaluates the type of assistance needed, dispatches appropriate public safety personnel (police, fire, EMS) through the use of a complex public safety radio system and then provides the caller with pre-arrival instructions.
Closing Date: Open until filled.
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Hays County – Correction Officer

Under administrative supervision, the Corrections Officer performs duties to ensure the safety and security of all inmates and staff in the jail facility. This position maintains that level of security while conducting the operations of the jail at the County Sheriff’s Office. This position affects the operation of the Sheriff’s Office as well as the wellbeing of inmates, county employees and the public. The work involves addressing a variety of problems and situations.
Closing Date: Open until filled.
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Hays County – Correction Specialist

Under minimal supervision, performs highly responsible work in coordinating and carrying out responsibilities involving inmate incarceration and release. Makes independent decisions, organizes and prioritizes workload and performs detailed and complex legal procedures associated with the receipt, review and processing of court documents and the review of criminal histories, intake assessments and jail behavior to assign safe and secure inmate housing. Accepts and processes bonds, fines and cash releases. Processes jail records for retention and subpoenas. Conducts daily coordination with all legal entities involved with inmate incarceration. Incumbents perform complex and advanced decision making without supervision on matters of release of inmate charges.
Closing Date: Open until filled.
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City of Lakeway – Police Officer

Under the general supervision of the Police Sergeant, provide essential services to foster a safe community through crime reduction and deterrence including enforcement of laws, protection of life and property, preservation of peace, apprehension of criminals and investigation of traffic accidents.  Routine course of action to be followed is generally clear-cut and specific in accordance with established Police Department policies; however, ability to make independent decisions and act quickly in emergencies is required.  Requires contact with public in situations that require the use of tact, diplomacy and good judgment.  Maintain a positive attitude.
Closing Date: Open until filled.
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Blanco County Deputy Sheriff

The Blanco County Sheriff’s Office is now taking applications for Patrol Deputy.  Blanco County is a growing community covering over 713 square miles.  Blanco County Patrol Deputies are responsible for answering calls for service, serving civil papers when needed, traffic enforcement, motorist assistance, providing assistance to other area law enforcement agencies, patrolling all areas of the county and other duties as assigned.
Closing Date: Open until filled.
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Blanco County Telecommunication Officer

Under the direction of the Telecommunication Sergeant, the Telecommunicator is responsible for facilitating and monitoring all radio traffic. While performing the responsibilities of a Telecommunicator, he/she is required to react to citizen’s calls for assistance, in both emergency and non-emergency situations and greet and assist citizens who enter the lobby.
Closing Date: Open until filled
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City of Lago Vista – Police Officer

The City of Lago Vista Police Department is team of professionals dedicated to providing our community exceptional public service and possess a willingness and compassion to work together with the citizens of Lago Vista to maintain a healthy and safe community.
Closing date: Open until filled.
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City of Lago Vista – Police Telecommunicator

The City of Lago Vista is accepting applications for the position of Police Telecommunicator (dispatch). Starts at $16.42 with no previous 9-1-1 dispatching experience. Competitive pay, higher rates of pay will be offered to experienced TCOLE licensed Telecommunicators. 12 hour shift work, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. or 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. Excellent benefits.
Closing date: Open until filled.
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City of Lexington – Police Department

The City of Lexington Police Department is team of professionals dedicated to providing our community exceptional public service and possess a willingness and compassion to work together with the citizens of Lexington to maintain a healthy and safe community.
Closing date: Open until filled.
Learn more and apply.