Employment Opportunities

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The City of Brooksville has an open application process and applications for employment are accepted at City Hall, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Applications will not be accepted for a position after the final posting date.  Following the deadline, applications are screened. Applicants are generally notified within three weeks after the deadline if they have been selected for an interview.  However, the time frame may vary depending upon departmental needs and priorities.

Original applications remain on file for six months.  To be considered for future vacancies, you may contact the Human Resources office and request that your application be considered for another announced vacancy.  The only information you need to provide is your full name and the position title of the announced vacancy.  After six months, applications become inactive and a new application is required for continued consideration.  If you are a person with a disability and desire assistance or accommodation in the application or interview process, or need information about accessible routes and facilities within the City, please call the Human Resources Department.

To apply please complete the employment application and submit to the Human Resources office.

Applications are accepted for open positions only.  

Vacancy TitleDate Posted
Cemetery Sexton02/18/2020
Community Development Director12/31/2019
Firefighter (2 Vacancies)02/14/2020
Horticulture Tech03/09/2020
IT Coordinator01/13/2020
Public Works Director12/31/2019
Sanitation Collector03/03/2020
Special Projects Coordinator01/10/2020
Utilities Crew Leader02/28/2020
Utilities Director/City Engineer07/15/2019

Pursuant to Florida Sunshine Records Law, applications and resumes are subject of disclosure.
The City of Brooksville is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Drug-Free Workplace Employer.

Florida and Federal Employment Regulations
Child Labor Laws
Employee Polygraph Protection Act
Florida Law Prohibits Discrimination
Florida Minimum Wage
USERRA