>> ONLY CITY EMPLOYEES MAY APPLY FOR THIS POSITION NOTE: THE CLOSING DATE FOR THIS POSTING HAS BEEN UPDATED Starting Salary:Accounting Specialist I: $15.19 per hour (Grade S19)Accounting Specialist II: $16.27 per hour (Grade S18) NATURE OF WORK: Performs paraprofessional accounting and financial recordkeeping work requiring knowledge of the practices and methods of accounting and familiarity with the operations and procedures of accounting systems. Reviews complex, detailed financial transaction documents for accuracy, completeness, and conformance with established criteria; researching various records and performing detailed audits of transactions in order to correct errors and reconcile accounts through the use of computer and/or manual recordkeeping. Work is performed under general supervision in accordance with established procedures and performance is reviewed for technical accuracy through summary reports, verification of balances, discussions, and direct observation.
Minimum Starting Salary: $22.80 to 28.51 per hour, depending on qualificationsGrade: S13 NATURE OF WORK: This position will perform professional accounting and fiscal management services for the Capital Improvements program managed by the Project Management Division. The work will include organizing, maintaining and reviewing financial records and preparing reports along with processing accounts payable invoices and accounts receivable billings. Monitors and ensures compliance requirements for projects funded by Federal, State, and Interlocal programs such as, but not limited to, FDOT Local Agency Program, FDEP State Revolving Fund Program, and Joint Participation Agreements, which will require additional training and certifications. This position reports to the Public Works Fiscal Manager. Work is performed under general supervision and is reviewed through reports, conferences, and periodic audits.
REPOST: PRIOR APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLYMinimum Starting Salary: $15.87 to 19.82 per hour, depending on qualifications.Grade: S18 NATURE OF WORK: Performs specialized work in recreation and leisure services. Performs tasks under general supervision including leading and supervising operational and recreational programs. Northwest Community Center is home base, but may be responsible for a City-wide program and work in other centers. Expected to exercise initiative and independent judgment in planning and conducting center programs and activities as well as administrative tasks required by the division. Work at night and on weekends is required. Some work is performed outdoors and involves exposure to weather conditions including heat. Assists with administrative tasks in recreation programs. Work is reviewed through periodic observation by a Regional Center Supervisor while in progress and through reports submitted. REGULAR WORK SCHEDULE: 12-9 pm Tuesday thru Thursday, 12:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Friday and Saturday 2:00 pm-11:00 pm.
REPOST: PRIOR APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLYFLORIDA COMMERCIAL DRIVER LICENSE CLASS B (OR HIGHER OR EQUIVALENT FROM ANOTHER STATE REQUIRED FOR THIS POSITION. SEE "MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS," BELOW, FOR DETAILS. Minimum Starting Salary:Sanitation Equipment Operator Commercial: $15.52 per hour (Grade L04) NATURE OF WORK: Performs responsible skilled work involving the operation of large commercial refuse trucks (front-end-loading and roll off vehicles) to collect refuse on a commercial route. Work is performed under supervision of Field Supervisor and performance is reviewed while in progress and upon completion through direct observation of routes, trip tickets, and discussion of problems. WORK LOCATION: 1028 Woods Avenue, Orlando REGULAR HOURS: Variable starting hours beginning as early as 2:30 am to 12:30 pm (normally four days per week), including holidays and weekends. Subject to change based on division needs. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Ability to read and write and follow instructions. Two years experience operating heavy equipment vehicles of 18,000 GVW or greater and be familiar with the operations of hydraulics; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Completion of the Solid Waste Driver program will substitute for required experience. Florida Class B Commercial Driver License required. VALID COMMERCIAL DRIVER LICENSE (CDL) CLASS B OR HIGHER (OR EQUIVALENT) FROM ANY STATE MUST BE PRESENTED AT TIME OF INTERVIEW. FLORIDA CDL CLASS B OR HIGHER MUST BE PRESENTED WITHIN 30 DAYS OF HIRE.
This is a part-time temporary position with no guarantee of hours and no benefits.Salary: $13.00 per hourNATURE OF WORK:Regulates, directs, and controls pedestrians at a designated school crossing while children are going to and from school by performing those duties assigned through the certification process. Remains standing at the school crossing in full view of passing traffic for a specific period of time. Guides and directs pedestrians and school children through busy intersections utilizing issued safety gear and hand motions to ensure pedestrian safety. Remains alert for possible safety concerns at school crossings. Reports emergencies, missing or defective equipment, and traffic dangers to the Traffic Safety Unit. Records and reports license number and vehicle description of potentially dangerous vehicles. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Traffic Safety Supervisor and evaluated periodically by the Traffic Safety Supervisor and/or other designated certified trainers.
REPOST: PRIOR APPLICANTS NEED NOT REAPPLYMinimum Starting Salary: $12.10 per hourGrade: L02 NATURE OF WORK: Performs skilled work in irrigation, landscape maintenance and horticulture, and may also work in other Parks Division programs (grounds and turf maintenance, building repairs and maintenance). Requires general knowledge of maintenance functions, skill in the use of hand and power tools, and the ability to operate medium and heavy equipment such as mowers, tractors, dump trucks, tree spades, and front-end loaders. Work is performed outdoors involving frequent exposure to all weather conditions, insects, and various chemicals. Work is performed with supervision and is reviewed while in progress and upon completion. REGULAR WORK SCHEDULE is 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and is subject to change based on event schedules and division needs.
>> ONLY CITY EMPLOYEES MAY APPLY FOR THIS POSITION Minimum Starting Salary: $68,099 to 87, 276 per year, depending on qualificationsGrade: NB114 NATURE OF WORK: Performs responsible professional, technical and supervisory work involving the operations and maintenance of all the engineering aspects of the Orlando Venues facilities and utility service support systems. Supervises and performs all repairs and troubleshooting to the building HVAC system, plumbing, electrical and refrigeration system. Must have a thorough working understanding of the energy management system and the ice making equipment. Also serves as show electrician. Work is performed under general supervision of the Arena Operations Division Manager and performance is reviewed through consultation, meetings, and results obtained.
REPOST - PRIOR APPLICANTS NEED NOT REAPPLY >> MULTIPLE POSITIONS AVAILABLE. These are part-time SEASONAL positions with no benefits and no guarantee of number of hours or benefits. Starting Salary: $8.50 to 12.00 per hour, depending on qualificationsGrade: SEASNATURE OF WORK:Responsible for maintenance of athletic fields. Duties include preparing sports fields for practice and games. Performs tasks related to sports field maintenance which include dragging/raking fields, and lining/painting fields. Work is physically demanding and involves exposure to all weather conditions.
>> MULTIPLE POSITIONS AVAILABLE COMMERCIAL DRIVER LICENSE CLASS A REQUIRED AT TIME OF INTERVIEW. SEE "MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS," BELOW FOR DETAILS. Minimum Starting Salary: $15.52 per hourGrade: L04 NATURE OF WORK: Performs skilled work in the operation of complex construction/maintenance equipment. Performs tasks of more than average difficulty involving the safe operation and routine maintenance of assigned equipment. Tasks at times are performed under hazardous conditions and employees are expected to be particularly alert and careful. Under general supervision, employees are expected to exercise initiative and independent judgment in completing assigned tasks. Work is reviewed while in progress and upon completion by observation and through results obtained. WORK SCHEDULE: Monday Friday 6:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M.
Minimum Starting Salary: $16.27 to $20.32 per hour, depending on qualificationsGrade S18 NATURE OF WORK: Sets up, adjusts and operates total stations, data collectors, digital and automatic levels, GNSS Survey equipment, and related instruments to locate and establish survey lines, points, angles, and to take cross sections and measure areas in the respect of land surveying. Provides survey and construction layout data, including calculated data and grades from survey equipment operated. Reads elevations and angles and gives readings to the Survey Party Chief. May keep field notes, make computations, and prepare sketches of work performed in the absence of survey party chief. Cleans and cares for instruments; maintains truck inventory and maintenance of equipment. Performs field survey checks and plat checks. Other duties as assigned.
REPOST: PRIOR APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLYStarting Salary: $10.00 per hourGrade: Seasonal NATURE OF WORK: Perform excellent customer service to members and guests, answer phones, make court reservations, cleaning and court brushing/lining at the Orlando Tennis Centre. Collect fees by cash, check and credit card, monitor inventory and prepare daily reports. Work is performed under supervision and performance is reviewed periodically. WORK LOCATION: Orlando Tennis Centre, 649 W Livingston St, Orlando. WORK SCHEDULE: Nights & Weekends. Hours will vary based on facility needs.
Minimum Starting Salary: $17.40 to 21.75 per hour, depending on qualificationsGrade: S17 NATURE OF WORK: Performs responsible technical work with the design, layout and fabrication of all traffic control and special signage manufactured for installation in the City. Involved in vehicle lettering, window layouts, and custom signage using a computerized graphics design arts station. Performs general maintenance on all machines pertinent to the job. Logs work orders and maintains an inventory of supplies. Required to work evening, weekends and holidays to assist in special events and be trained to work within a special event lead capacity within one year of hire. Perform some sign installations and inspection of sign and pavement marking installations for accuracy and compliance with the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Traffic Control Supervisor.
Minimum Starting Salary: $22.28 to 27.88 per hour, depending on qualificationsGrade: NB109 NATURE OF WORK: Performs responsible professional work ensuring the quality management process for the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) System within the Orlando Fire Department. Work includes the case review, broad evaluation of Emergency Medical Services (EMS), gathers statistical data, analyzes information, and makes recommendations on system improvements, such as transport billing and report writing capabilities. Work may also include assisting in coordinating daily activities of the EMS units to include scheduling and oversight of civilian OFD EMT and Paramedic personnel. In addition to the quality management responsibilities, assists with implementation and administration of the Continuous Quality Improvement Program (CQIP) initiatives. Assist the Training Officer(s) with coordinating, research, design, and delivery of Department daily, monthly, and annual training schedules and materials. Duties are performed under the general direction of the Emergency Medical Services Assistant Chief. The EMS Quality Improvement Coordinator is also responsible to participate in logistics planning sessions.
Starting SalaryWelder I: $13.56 per hour, depending on qualifications (Grade L03)Welder II: $15.14 per hour, depending on qualifications (Grade L04) NATURE OF WORK: Performs skilled welding and metal work. Responsible for performing a variety of welding and metalworking tasks involving fabrication, alteration, reconditioning, and repair and/or maintenance of metallic parts and equipment. Work is performed under the supervision of a technical supervisor and is reviewed while in progress and upon completion through observation and inspection of results obtained.
COMMERCIAL DRIVER LICENSE CLASS B WITH TANKER ENDORSEMENT REQUIRED AT TIME OF INTERVIEW. SEE "MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS," BELOW FOR DETAILS.Minimum Starting Salary: $15.52 per hourGrade: L04 NATURE OF WORK: Performs skilled work in the operation of complex construction/maintenance equipment. Performs tasks of more than average difficulty involving the safe operation and routine maintenance of assigned equipment. Tasks at times are performed under hazardous conditions and employees are expected to be particularly alert and careful. Under general supervision, employees are expected to exercise initiative and independent judgment in completing assigned tasks. Work is reviewed while in progress and upon completion by observation and through results obtained. WORK SCHEDULE: Varies based on staffing considerations and division demands to include evenings, nights, and weekends.
Starting Salary:Utility Service Worker I: $12.10 per hour (Grade L02)Utility Service Worker II: $13.90 per hour (Grade L03) NATURE OF WORK: Performs skilled work in the construction, renovation, modification, installation, maintenance/cleaning, and repair of streets. Duties include: construction, pipe installation, laying brick, pouring concrete, asphalt repair, guardrail and fence repair/replacement. Work is performed under the supervision of an employee of a higher classification and is reviewed by direct observation and through discussions while in progress and upon completion. Required to work under adverse environmental conditions.
REPOST: PRIOR APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLY STARTING SALARY: Applications Developer I: $20.78 per hour, depending on qualifications (Grade S14) Applications Developer II: $22.24 per hour, depending on qualifications (Grade S13) Applications Developer III: $23.79 per hour, depending on qualifications (Grade S12) NATURE OF WORK: Performs professional, technical, and analytical work including computer systems analysis. Installs, configures, upgrades, tunes, diagnoses, and keeps both internal and third-party applications up and running. Works with vendor technicians to correct problems. Understands software and hardware requirements of varied departmental systems. Understands the workflow and process requirements of complex application systems. Demonstrated ability to be the subject matter expert in supporting, maintaining, and administering complex applications. Excellent problem solving/analytical skills and knowledge of analytical tools. Ability to effectively interface with diverse a technical and nontechnical staff at all organizational levels. Ability to provide outstanding customer service, be a good listener and work well with others. Presents ideas and clearly articulates concepts to senior management. Self-motivated, able to work independently, and takes initiative. Ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment. Outstanding attention to detail with superior time and project management skills. Ability to learn new content areas and new skills quickly. Has a professional attitude and work habits. Understands business function related to the application. APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER I: Bachelor degree in computer science, information systems, business or public administration, or related field; and six months software support in a current or planned City environment; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Will be required to pass a polygraph examination. Criminal background check required. Florida driver license required. APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER II: Same as Applications Developer I, except requires two years experience as specified. APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER III: Same as Applications Developer I, except requires three years experience as specified.VALID DRIVER LICENSE FROM ANY STATE MUST BE PRESENTED AT TIME OF INTERVIEW. FLORIDA DRIVER LICENSE MUST BE PRESENTED WITHIN 30 DAYS OF EMPLOYMENT.
REPOST: PRIOR APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLYStarting Salary: $19.90 to 24.89 per hour, depending on qualificationsGrade: S15 NATURE OF WORK: Performs skilled and first line supervisory field work involving the construction, maintenance, and repair of Landscape Irrigation systems, City buildings, facilities and equipment. Work performed requires thorough knowledge in the Irrigation Field, including Water Conservation, Efficiency Techniques and some knowledge of local water regulations as well as landscape construction. Work will also require the ability to create and draw plans to scale, review existing plans to ensure system is functional. Ability to assign and direct work activities of several crews, resolve field problems, maintain records and prepare reports. Work requires the ability to suggest technological improvements in order to meet the future vision of Orlando as an environmental conscious community. Work is performed under general supervision and performance is reviewed while in progress and upon completion through conferences, inspections, and evaluation of completed work.
THIS IS A PART-TIME TEMPORARY POSITION WITH NO BENEFITS AND NO GUARANTEE OF HOURS. Starting Salary: $12.00 to 14.00 per hour, depending on qualificationsGrade: TEMP NATURE OF WORK: Orlando After-School All-Stars is a chapter of After-School All-Stars (ASAS), the leading national after-school program provider for at-risk youth in the country. In partnership with the City of Orlando and Orange County Public Schools, our comprehensive school-based programs combine academics, enrichment, and health and fitness activities to help build the knowledge and skills children need to succeed, both in school and in life. Founded in 1992, by Arnold Schwarzenegger, ASAS is a national model for after-school program delivery through our 19 chapters across the United States. ASAS is currently seeking a motivated and eager self-starter to join the core team in Orlando as the Development & Marketing Assistant (DMA). The DMA will report to and work closely with the Director of External Affairs to raise funds and awareness for ASAS by cultivating new and existing corporate, foundation, and individual relationships while implementing the overall marketing and communications strategy for the chapter.
REPOST PRIOR APPLICANTS NEED NOT REAPPLYMULTIPLE VACANCIESStarting Salary: Utility Service Worker I: $12.10 to 14.50 per hour, depending on qualifications, Grade L02 Utility Service Worker II: $13.90 to 16.25 per hour, depending on qualifications, Grade L03 NATURE OF WORK:Performs skilled work in the construction, renovation, modification, installation, maintenance/cleaning, and repair of wastewater collection systems. Perform lead and skilled work laying sewer lines and extensions, repairing sanitary sewer lines, building/repairing manholes and perform related work incidental to these task, assisting in the inspection and operation of high-velocity cleaning equipment to clean sanitary sewer lines, and may oversee/lead semi-skilled and unskilled employees. Work is performed under direction of a lead worker in a higher classification such as a Crew Chief, Field Supervisor and or Section Supervisor. Required to work in adverse environmental conditions. May be exposed to raw and/or processed sewage.WORK LOCATION: 5100 L.B. McLeod Road, Orlando, subject to change based on division requirements and urgent work situations.REGULAR HOURS are 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., but are subject to change based on division requirements and urgent work situations.MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:UTILITY SERVICE WORKER I: Ability to read, write and follow instructions. Six months experience in public works construction, maintenance, sewer system evaluation, pump station operation/maintenance, or repair activities. Required to pass an annual respirator physical; no facial hair allowed between the face and sealing surface of the respirator face plate. Must obtain security clearance and GOAA ID within 90 days of employment and maintain same. Florida driver license required. Home phone required within time set by department.UTILITY SERVICE WORKER II: High school graduate or equivalent, and one year experience in public works construction, maintenance, repair; and operation of mid-size/heavy construction equipment, preferably in the maintenance and repair of sanitary sewer/reclaimed lines and manholes and/or operation and maintenance of pumping stations; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Required to pass an annual respirator physical; no facial hair allowed between the face and sealing surface of the respirator face plate. Must obtain security clearance and GOAA ID within 90 days of employment and maintain same. Florida Commercial Driver License (CDL) Class B required, tanker endorsement may be required depending upon assignment; Class A license preferred.VALID DRIVER LICENSE (FOR UTILITY SERVICE WORKER I) FROM ANY STATE MUST BE PRESENTED AT TIME OF INTERVIEW. FLORIDA DRIVER LICENSE MUST BE PRESENTED WITHIN 30 DAYS OF EMPLOYMENT. TO QUALIFY FOR UTILITY SERVICE WORKER II, MUST POSSESS CDL CLASS B OR A OR EQUIVALENT AT TIME OF INTERVIEW.
REPOST: PRIOR APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLYStarting Salary: $61,048 to 81,369 per year, depending on qualificationsGrade: S09 NATURE OF WORK: Performs professional and administrative work relating to the coordination of the City's Community Rating System (CRS) activities and works with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Insurance Services Office, Inc. to document and verify the City's involvement in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and Community Rating System. This position ensures that the City meets these responsibilities in order to maintain and improve the City of Orlando's classification and flood insurance discount in the program. The position works with development review staff and other City staff in developing standard operating procedures as they relate to floodplain development and management. This position assists with the review of permits within the floodplain. This position reports to the City Engineer and works in an independent manner, without close supervision, and is expected to make independent decisions and judgments on Floodplain Management and CRS issues.