Employment Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities with the City of Taylor. Information on the application process and current job openings is provided below.

Note: Applications are only accepted for posted positions.

If a closing date is listed for a position, the application must be submitted no later than the specified date. Applications submitted by the closing date will be accepted.

All information contained on the application, resume and any other attachments is subject to verification. Additional background verification, which include a criminal history record check will be performed on all applicants.

All employment is conditional upon the City receiving a satisfactory result of your drug/alcohol screening, a criminal background check and medical examination, if required, verifying your medical ability to meet the physical requirements of the position.

Current Openings:

    Click here for list of openings and to apply on-line.

Notice of Civil Service Examination for Police Officer
Protects the City's residents and property by striving to promote voluntary compliance to laws and ordinances through the use of enforcement, public education and role modeling. All applicants must meet the MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR POLICE OFFICERS outlined by the Local Government Code Civil Service Chapter 143. Eligible candidates desiring to take this entrance examination shall submit their application packets online with related documents by the deadline of August 14, 2018. This supplemental packet contains important information about the application and exam process.  Failure to submit your online application by the deadline shall render the candidate ineligible to take the examination.
Examination:      Tuesday, August 21, 2018, 9:00 a.m.
                           Taylor Public Library
                            801 Vance St. Taylor, TX  76574

Click here for Police Officer Examination Packet


Development Services Director

The City of Taylor is seeking a Development Services Director. The director is responsible for the oversight of building inspection, code enforcement, current and long range planning, demographic monitoring and geographic information systems (GIS), assisting with housing and community redevelopment efforts, assisting with economic development projects, and the Moody Museum. Work involves managing staff, working directly with outside contractors and experts, and providing advise to developer. In addition, provides public outreach to the development community. 

Development Services Brochure

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Communications Manager
The Communications Manager manages public information communications, which include media relations and publicity activities to inform the public; to foster civic involvement and heighten awareness for City activities, services, and programs; to coordinate activates designed to provide external and internal audiences with current information regarding all aspects of City operations and services; and to support/lead marketing and public relations activities to create and maintain a favorable public image of the City of Taylor. 

Communications Manager Brochure

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