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CAPCOG staff fosters relationships between large and small communities throughout its ten-county region, which has led to partnerships and sharing resources for emergency communications, homeland security, law enforcement training, transportation, economic development and meeting older adults’ needs.

CAPCOG’s management team has an open-door policy and works with employees to encourage a constructive and collaborative working environment with state and local government agencies to meet the region’s planning needs.

Apply by clicking on “View Career Opportunities” and selecting the job title in which you are interested. First time applicants need to create an account. After your account is established, you can build an application, which can be saved and used to apply for additional openings. Each applicant must have their own email address to create an application. Job seekers needing technical support may call (855) 524-5627 to reach a NeoGov support specialist.


Please consider the following when applying for positions on its website:

  • CAPCOG only accepts online applications for currently available positions.
  • CAPCOG only accepts complete applications.
  • CAPCOG doesn’t accept resumes in lieu of applications, but they may be uploaded as supplementary documents.
  • Depending on the position for which you are applying, college transcripts, writing samples, and completion of a work-related exercise may be required during the application process.
  • Positions may close before their closing dates if qualified applicants are hired.

If you prefer to email an application to CAPCOG, complete an application and an equal opportunity employment (EEO) form and email it to

CAPCOG is an equal opportunity employer and adheres to a policy of nondiscrimination against any person based on race, sex, religion, color, national origin, age, or disability. Applicants have rights under Federal Employment Laws

Reasonable accommodation will be made for persons with disabilities during the application process and at the time of employment. Requests for accommodation should be made to the Human Resources Department as early as possible in the application or employment process.

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Jobs Around the Region

The following career opportunities are from CAPCOG members and regional partners. Apply to these opportunities on the linked websites. 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.

City of Marble Falls – Public Safety Communications Officer
The Public Safety Communications Officer performs specialized radio and communications work. This position operates radio, telephone and related communications equipment and software to receive and relay critical information to responders. Prioritizes and assigns appropriate response for emergency and non-emergency incidents.
Closing Date: Until filled.
Learn more and apply.

City of Marble Falls – Patrol Officer
Under general supervision, to enforce laws and ordinances, maintain order, prevent crime, and makes arrests.
Closing Date: Until filled
Learn more and apply.

City of Lakeway – Police Officer (Already TCOLE Licensed)
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.
Closing Date: Until filled
Learn more and apply.

City of Georgetown – Crime Scene Specialist
Identifies, documents, collects and preserves physical evidence from crime scenes. Processes evidence and crime scenes for latent prints and physical evidence. Develops, evaluates and analyses latent print evidence.
Closing Date: Until filled
Learn more and apply.

Liberty Hill ISD – Police Officer
Patrol district property to protect all LHISD students, personnel, and visitors from physical harm and to prevent property loss to the District property due to theft or vandalism. Must uphold all penal and education laws of the State of Texas. May have primary  responsibility for police investigations.
Closing Date: Until filled
Learn more and apply.