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Emergency Management

Comanche County and City of Lawton

are seeking an

Emergency Management Director




The Emergency Management Director acts as the community’s representative on all emergency management matters and coordinates activities within the Emergency Operations Center with other local agencies, to include City fire, police, and public works departments, military services, emergency medical services, rural volunteer fire departments, volunteers and any other entities having emergency management responsibilities.


Coordinates with community officials and with the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management as necessary to ensure the effective administration of the emergency management program.


Coordinates, develops, and implements the Emergency Operations Plan for the City and County. On a 24-hour basis, responds to hazardous material incidents, bomb threats, severe weather alerts, and other natural or man-made emergencies.


Annual salary will be between $45K-$55K depending on experience.


  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Emergency Management, Public Safety, Public Administration or Three (3) years of disaster and emergency planning experience, or any equivalent combination of training and experience.

  • Must either have or be able to obtain the following certifications within the first year of employment: IS 100.b, 120.a, 200.b, 235.a, 700.a, and 800.b.

  •  Employee must reside in Comanche County. 

  • Applicant should have never been convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor involving perjury, false statement, moral turpitude, or domestic violence.

  • Applicant must pass a pre-employment background check and drug test. 


App and resume required. App and job description available at the Comanche County Commissioners, 315 SW 5th St., Room 303, Lawton, OK 73501 or online No phone calls. Closing date will be EOB Friday, 7/16/2021. Comanche County and City of Lawton is an EOE.

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Comanche County Emergency Management Director Job Description

Detention Center

A Detention Officer is responsible for the custody of all inmates in the facility, maintaining their security during their time of incarceration and assuming responsibility for all their needs during their detention.


Examples of Work Performed

Responsible for custody and control of inmates; security of detention center; physical movement of inmates; and all inmate’s needs.  Completes facility logs.  Searches all inmates.  Searches and escorts all inmates to assigned housing units.  Conducts shakedowns and inspections of inmate housing units as needed.  Enforces contraband control and inmate rules.  Observes inmates and inmate workers.  Inspects facility for cleanliness and takes appropriate action to correct.  Inspects facility and reports all maintenance problems and unsafe conditions.  Inspects cleaning materials and supplies that enter housing areas.  Assists the medical staff when needed.  Retrieves and searches inmates for sick call, doctor visits, dental visits, church services, and inmate programs.  Conducts checks and searches, if necessary, of visitors entering facility.  Oversees inmate exercise.  Feeds inmates.  Distributes and collects inmate requests for legal materials, visitor cards, inmate worker status applications, incoming and outgoing mail, and library materials.  Assigns work to and supervises inmate workers.  Ensures that all inmates have routine access to showers.  Distributes hygiene products, clean clothing, clean linens, and clean bedding to inmates.  Reports any criminal intelligence to supervisor.  Safeguards keys.  Performs others duties as assigned.

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Youth Care Worker


 The Comanche County Juvenile Bureau of the District Court is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Juvenile Intake/Probation Officer.  

Minimum Requirements: 

Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in the behavioral sciences, criminal justice or related field.

Personal Qualities:

Candidates should possess intellectual depth, sound judgement, attention to detail, flexibility, excellent organizational skills, strong work ethic, integrity and an ability to work effectively with a diverse client.

Summary of Duties:

Intake/Probation Officers are appointed to serve the Juvenile Court. Duties include moderate social work, provide supervision of juveniles, courtroom security, transportation and some para legal work in support of the District Attorney and juvenile Court.    

Salary & Benefits:

Salary commensurate with experience within statutory guidelines.

Application Process:

Interested persons should obtain a copy of the Juvenile Bureau Employment Application and job description from the Comanche County website. NO PHONE CALLS. Turn in application, official transcript, and resume to the address below. 

The Comanche County Juvenile Bureau is an equal opportunity employer.

315 South 5th Street, Room 200
Lawton, Oklahoma

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