Collin County Government

About Collin County Government

Collin County, like all 254 counties in Texas, is considered an extension of state government. The focus of county government is judicial (civil and criminal justice, adult and juvenile probation), human services, law enforcement and jail services.​​​ The county is also responsible for road and bridge maintenance in unincorporated areas, maintaining public records, collecting property taxes, issuing vehicle registrations and transfers, registering voters, conducting elections, and providing health and social services to indigent county residents. If you want a job that contributes to more than just a company’s bottom line or CEO’s annual bonus, this is the place for you!

Collin County offers 10 paid holidays annually, 24 days of PTO in your first year of employment with balance rollover from year-to-year, 200% retirement match (with employee contributions earning 7% interest!), 100% tuition reimbursement, affordable medical, dental and vision plans, county-provided life insurance, short-term disability, long-term disability, and other optional participation benefits.


Emergency Management Intern

August 2019 McKinney, TX
“The networking opportunities that it provides”

Collin County DA's Internship

July 2019 - August 2019 McKinney, TX
“i really enjoyed working in the district attorney's office because It gave me experience to what my future would be like. I LOVE working with the judges, attorney's, law enforcement, and courthouse. The people were incredible and I was allowed to sit in on criminal trial's. It was incredible. ”
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