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Joining Bexar County
As an enterprise of nearly 5,000 employees with various backgrounds and disciplines, the opportunities are expansive. Bexar County has over 18 locations and campuses throughout the county jurisdiction.
Bexar County employees are public servants focused on building a better community through quality service. Join us to be part of a results-oriented organization characterized by accountable, professional, and innovative leadership focused on excellent service.
Bexar County strives for a culture that creates a positive work environment of reciprocity, professional development, and employee work/life balance. The mutual commitment shows in the continued relationship Bexar County has with its employees even through retirement.
What We Offer
Bexar County offers a competitive regionalized salary. Bexar County as a public entity participates in Social Security and a mandatory retirement program (TCDRS).
All benefit programs are optional including Medical, Dental, Vision, Term Life, AD&D, Medical Flexible Spending, Dependent Care, Disability, Critical Illness, Accident, Pet Insurance, Telemedicine, Pre-Tax Parking, Legal Assistance
Employee Assistance Program, Term Life, AD&D, Onsite Health Clinic, VIA EZ-Ride Pass, Onsite/On-demand Training/Development, Tuition Assistance
Most Bexar County offices operate 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, with some operations using a 3 or 4 shift model to manage 24-hour operations.
Vacation, Sick, Personal, Military, Holiday, Comp, FLSA, FMLA
TCDRS 401a/Pension, 457a & b
Onsite Health & Wellness Center, Nutrition, Physical Activity Classes, Stress Management, Preventive Care, Financial Wellness
Legal Assistance Program, Employee Assistance Program, Training and Development
Wireless, Eats, Education, Technology, Transportation, Gyms, Vacations
Hidalgo, Service Rewards, Longevity Pay
Build a better community through quality services.
Bexar County will be a results-oriented organization characterized by accountable, professional and innovative leadership focused on excellent service.
CITIES of Bexar County
- Alamo Heights
- Balcones Heights
- Castle Hills
- China Grove
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- Grey Forest
- Hill Country Village
- Hollywood Park
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- Leon Valley
- Live Oak
- Olmos Park
- Saint Hedwig
- San Antonio
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- Terrell Hills
- Timberwood Park
- Universal City
- Von Ormy
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Living in Bexar County
Bexar County is the 4th largest County in Texas and the 16th largest nationally. Bexar County has a rich history encompassing the City of San Antonio and other communities which continue to grow as the 25th largest metropolitan area in the United States.
The region is known as “Military City USA”; Bexar County includes Fort Sam Houston, Lackland Airforce Base, Randolph Airforce Base, Camp Bullis, and Camp Stanley. Bexar County is home to four (4) Fortune 500 companies: USAA, Valero, Tesoro, and CC Media Holdings.
Our creative community is always evolving, striving to improve the community lifestyle including collaboration with education, public and private business.
Bexar County has an over 300 year history with foundations as a Spanish outpost and the first civil settlement in Texas.
The county is influenced by Mexican American culture complimented by influences of German, Southern and African American cultural influences modeling a uniquely diverse community.
Bexar County is rich with area historic attractions, museums, entertainment venues, and parks, and serves as a culinary destination diversified by the various influences of the region.
Bexar County has a rich 300 year history, which can be explored by visiting our five (5) 18th century Spanish frontier missions (a UNESCO World Heritage site and interconnected by a 7-mile mission trail), visiting our historical downtown, or taking a self-guided walking tour!
Bexar County offers more than 50 major events and festivals throughout the year, including the Ford Holiday River Parade and Lighting Ceremony, the Texas Folklife Festival and the famous Fiesta, a spirited 10-day salute to the Spanish heritage with numerous events countywide.
In additional to Bexar County's historical sites, we host a variety of other attractions like the Riverwalk, Tower of the Americas, SeaWorld, Alamodome, Six Flags, Morgan's Wonderland, Hotwells, and the Pearl.
Bexar County offers amenities and world-renowned attractions coupled with a relaxed and inviting atmosphere.
Most famously known as the home of the Alamo, the spirit of the region expands beyond its tourist labels, offering a community rich in Spanish and Old West heritage. The pace of life can be as active or as quiet as one chooses.
Living in a destination county has its benefits. Families appreciate having year-round access to area attractions due to the warm weather.
Foodies enjoy every genre of cuisine from food trucks in Southtown to the beloved Tex-Mex and barbecue fare. Theater, music and art aficionados can attend productions at the Majestic Theater and the Tobin Center or exhibitions at the McNay Art Museum. Sports fans cheer on their NBA team, the San Antonio Spurs.