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Kendall County is accepting job applications for the following positions:


General Counsel - Appointed by the Commissioners Court, and under general supervision of the County Judge and Commissioners, the purpose of the position is to serve as legal counsel to the Commissioners Court. Persons in this classification are responsible for providing legal advice and opinions to the Commissioners Court and other duties as assigned by the Court. Earliest start date for this position is October 3, 2022. To download thejob description click here.

Legal Clerk I - the purpose of the position is to provide clerical and legal support to the Criminal District Attorney’s staff.  Greet customers warmly and ascertain problem or reason for contacting the office and refer to legal assistants or prosecutors, as necessary. To download the job description click here.

Firefighter - the purpose of the position is to assist the County Volunteer Fire Departments, Fire Marshal, County Emergency Management Coordinator, and others with various tasks. Employees in this classification are responsible in assisting the control and extinguishment of fires and providing definitive care at the scene of an accident or illness as a first responder. To download the job description click here.

Community Supervision and Corrections Department Officer: To download the job description click here.

Facilities Technician: the purpose of the position is to assist the Facilities Manager in the maintenance of all Kendall County buildings. Employees in this classification are responsible for performing preventative maintenance on buildings and repairing buildings and systems of structures. To download the job description click here.


Paramedic: the purpose of the position is to perform acute medical services in emergency and non-emergency situations using Basic Life Support and Advanced Life Support techniques and transports patients by ambulance to an emergency medical facility. To download the job application click here.


Road Maintenance Worker I: Under direct supervision, the purpose of the position is to perform a variety of general road maintenance dutiesTo download the job description click here.

Detention Officer: Under constant supervision, the purpose of the position is to provide care and custody of inmates in the detention facility; receive and process inmates and ensure safety and security of facility; and prepare documents and reports in conjunction with these tasks. To download the job description click here.

Deputy Sheriff: Under general supervision, the purpose of the position is to enforce laws and ordinances in order to maintain peace and public safety within Kendall County. Position is responsible for patrolling the county; resolving issues arising from conflict or concerns of the public; assisting in investigations; providing security for the courthouse and performing bailiff duties.  Position is also responsible for public relations within the community. To download the job description click here.     

Part Time Deputy Sheriff: The work schedule for the part time position will fluctuate weekly as needed.  To download the job description click here.   

Job applications and job descriptions for the Sheriff’s Office are available at 6 Staudt Street, Boerne, TX 78006.  You may also download an application and documents by clicking  here and here.

Deadline:  All positions are open until filled.

To download the job application and other documents click here and here (except for law enforcement - see above). Please submit completed applications to Human Resources Department by emailing them to the HR Director, via fax to 830-249-3890 or you may mail it to 201 E. San Antonio Ave, Suite 112, Boerne, TX 78006.
Equal Employment Opportunity:

Kendall County will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, including lesbian, gay, bi-sexual or transgender status, age, genetic information, pregnancy, veteran status, disability, or any other condition or status protected by law in hiring, promotion, demotion, raises, termination, training, discipline, use of employee facilities or programs, or any other benefit, condition, or privilege of employment except where required by state or federal law or where a bona fide occupational qualification (BFOQ) exists. Employees who need an accommodation as a result of a condition or status protected by law should advise their Elected Official, Appointed Official, Department Head, or the Human Resources Department.

Rotating Justice Court Clerk: the purpose of the position is to manage the clerical and financial operations of the Kendall County Justice Court. Employees in this classification perform routine and non-routine clerical work. Position is responsible for completing, processing and maintaining various court documents with a high level of confidentiality and processes financial records for the court including collection of fees. Completed job applications and resumes are to be emailed to Judge Teri Nunley at


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