Employment Information

The Clerks of the Court from various Florida counties and the Association periodically post job positions on this site.

CiviTek (FACC Services Group, LLC), also has technical job opportunities and internships available in software development, information systems, and Service Center operations in our Tallahassee, Florida office. FCCC is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We welcome and encourage diversity in the workplace. Qualified candidates may submit resumés to: Human Resources, Florida Court Clerks & Comptrollers, 3544 Maclay Boulevard, Tallahassee, FL 32312.

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Posting a Position
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Current Job Openings

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County Positions Available

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Pasco

Leon

Martin

Alachua

Highlands

Palm Beach

Clay

Monroe

Polk

Lee

 

Pasco County Clerk of Court

CLERK & COMPTROLLER, PASCO COUNTY
Department of Human Resources
West Pasco Judicial Center
7530 Little Road, Room 106
New Port Richey, FL 34654
(727) 847-8916 (HR Direct Line)
http://www.pascoclerk.com   
   
INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF: 
   
Director of Financial Services 

An Equal Opportunity Employer 
SALARY
Salary: Not Displayed 
OPENING DATE: 04/03/14
CLOSING DATE: 04/23/14

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
This is a highly specialized senior management position responsible for the professional financial, accounting and managerial work in effectively direct the financial/fiscal activities for the Office of Clerk & Comptroller. Plans and directs the investment of County funds and establishes policies to assure optimum monetary returns commensurate with: availability of investment funds; government restrictions and sound financial practices. Delegates to subordinates authority and responsibility for administering activities and operations under their control.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES (ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS) Responsible for overseeing and directing the financial activities of the Clerk & Comptroller's office within the scope of responsibility as outlined by the Clerk & Comptroller, Chief Operations Officer , or Chief Administrative Officer.

Plans, develops and directs financial policies and practices of the organization to insure that financial objectives, and "institutional" goals are met in accordance with government regulations. Coordinates communication and reporting activities between division, departments and County agencies to insure availability of data required for efficient daily operations.

Delegates to subordinate supervisors authority and responsibility for administering activities and operations under their control. Direct the financial affairs of the organization and prepares financial analysis of operations, including interim and final financial statements with supporting schedules for the guidance of management; advises County officials and designated staff on appropriate fiscal policy and proper accounting and reporting treatments.

Coordinates the annual financial and compliance audit by providing adequate staff assistance to external auditors to insure timely completion of the audit with minimal interruption of daily operations.

Responsible for planning and directing the investment of County funds; forecast economic changes and make recommendations for investment of capital as is appropriate. Directs the compilation of the County's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) in conformity with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and the requirements of the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) Certification of Achievement Program; and for the individual annual financial reports of the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk & Comptroller.

Assures effective communications are maintained within areas of responsibility; informs employees as to plans and progress; conducts discussion sessions at regular and frequent intervals. Consult with all levels of management responsible for policy or action. Makes recommendations for improving effectiveness of policy and practices. Develops and maintains an effective division through proper selection, training and assignment of personnel. Plans and recommends strategies to enhance employee skills and performances. Attends seminars and conferences to keep abreast of current trends and practices in field of expertise.

Perform other duties as required.

TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS AND MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance or economics. Eight years progressively responsible management experience in governmental accounting and fiscal management, public accounting or governmental audit experience. Three years of experience at  supervisory or management level . CPA highly preferred.  A comparable amount of training and/or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.

Valid driver’s license required.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
A strong leader, motivator, and team builder who lives and advocates the Organization's vision, mission, and values.

Thorough working knowledge of governmental financial administration including; budgeting, reporting; taxation and revenue, knowledge of accounting concepts, techniques and principles.

Must possess working knowledge of federal, state and local laws, administrative policies and regulations governing government finance practices and procedures. Requires knowledge of applicable ordinances and regulations governing financial operations of the County.

Must possess knowledge of modern office practices, standard office equipment and complex accounting systems. Appropriate leadership, management and supervisory skills to direct the operations of the Financial Services Division. Knowledge of principles of management. Ability to supervise and evaluate performance.

Ability to operate automatic and mechanical accounting machines and equipment; data processing equipment capabilities and procedures, including the use of microcomputers.

Responsible for directing and supervising clerical and professional personnel in the performance of financial functions, and for insuring the accuracy of the work product.

Ability to maintain good working relationships with coworkers, supervisors, management and various County/State/Federal agencies. Ability to deal professionally, courteously and efficiently and to remain calm under stressful situations; ability to provide technical assistance or training to clerical or professional personnel through verbal instructions, physical demonstration or work performed.

The job requires application of accounting principles within an established governmental accounting system in order to maintain accurate records of financial activity, prepare periodic financial and administrative reports, and resolve complex accounting problems and questions. Judgment is exercised in the interpretation of guidelines and government regulations covering field of work.

Financial records are open to the public; however, discretion is used when releasing information. Release of information is given in accordance with operating policies and procedures.

Job requires the ability to accept criticism and deal calmly and effectively with high stress issues and situations. Position may require sitting for long periods of time while performing close detail work with time constraints.

Travel may be required from main office to branch offices and other agencies locations.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the principal functions of this job, the level of knowledge and skill typically required and the scope of responsibility, but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned, including work in other functional areas to cover absences or relief to equalize peak work periods or otherwise to balance the workload.

ADA STATEMENT:
A qualified employee or applicant with a disability may be afforded a reasonable accommodation to perform the essential job functions of a position in compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act.

VETERANS PREFERENCE:
Certain veterans and spouses of veterans receive preference and priority in employment and are encouraged to apply for this position. 

APPLICATIONS MAY BE OBTAINED AND FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.pascoclerk.com
OR
West Pasco Judicial Center, 7530 Little Road, Room 106
New Port Richey, FL 34654   EXAM #00499
DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SERVICES
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Leon County Clerk of Court

POSITION: Application Software Developer

Clerk Information Systems (CIS)
Starting Salary: Negotiable based upon qualifications and experience
APPLICATION DEADLINE – Until Filled

Job Summary:
This is a high level professional position in the Clerk Information Systems (CIS) Department. General duties include building, deploying and maintaining applications software in a Windows and SQL environment, as well as maintaining the databases associated with those applications. Analyzes the needs of customers and design or modify applications to meet those needs. Requires good problem solving skills in order to troubleshoot and repair existing applications, integrate existing applications with new applications and to design new applications that improve the efficiencies of current workflows within the office environment. The work is performed under the general supervision of the CIO and is reviewed by testing of software, observation, and ad hoc reports.

Minimum Requirements:
a. Education: BS/BA in computer science or a related field or equivalent experience in the work place. Experience and demonstrated proficiency may substitute for education (BS/BA) if approved by the Clerk. Microsoft certifications in the Applications Developer and SQL Server families preferred.
b. Experience: Must have five years of experience developing software using Microsoft Visual Studio and .NET framework, SQL Server 2005 or greater- SSIS and TSQL, ASP and PHP for web site maintenance.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
a. Analytical skills: must be able to problem solve, recognize the needs of customers, and create new applications that answer those needs.
b. Communication: must be able to clearly communicate ideas to customers, teammates and management.
c. Creativity: help invent new ways of approaching problems and developing innovative applications.
d. Customer service: possess excellent customer service skills to answer questions and fix issues.
e. Attention to detail: must pay close attention to detail to define processes and develop applications to function in detailed environment.
f. Problem solving: able to analyze discrete information and make decisions that move the project forward.
g. Teamwork: must work well in a team of information technologists and process owners.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit a current and completed Clerk of Circuit Court and Comptroller application to:  CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT AND COMPTROLLER, HUMAN RESOURCES DIVISION, LEON COUNTY COURTHOUSE, P.O. Box 726, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA  32302.  (850) 577-4230 or fill out and submit an application at our Internet address: www.clerk.leon.fl.us

All applicants must meet the minimum education and experience as specified by the Clerk of the Circuit Court.  Applications that do not comply with these requirements will not be considered. Reasonable accommodations and assistance are available to disabled applicants under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990.

 

POSITION: Assistant Finance Director

Finance Department
Starting Salary: Negotiable based upon qualifications and experience
APPLICATION DEADLINE – Until Filled 

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
This is a Senior Management level position supervising all day-to-day functions of the Clerk’s Finance Department. The position holder performs a variety of complex duties. Organize and direct the activities of the office. Supervise Front Line Managers in Administration, General Accounting, Payroll, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable and Treasury Management.  Directly supervisor individuals handling Tax Deeds, the Financial Information Coordinator and other areas as assigned. Coordinate the preparation of reports and the annual external audit. Prepare portions of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Statement and supervise the preparation of the entire document. Oversee special projects and coordinate Information Technology projects. Oversee the development of departmental and divisional goals, monitor progress, report status and insure timely completion of goals. Respond to information requests from agencies, management and the public. Other duties assigned by Management.

REQUIREMENTS:
This position requires a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent from a four year college or university in Accounting or a related field.  A Master’s degree is desired.  Seven years of experience in local government finance, with four years of supervisory experience.  Active CPA required, a valid Florida Driver license, Certified Government Finance Officer (CGFO) desired.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit a current and completed Clerk of Circuit Court and Comptroller application to:  CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT AND COMPTROLLER, HUMAN RESOURCES DIVISION, LEON COUNTY COURTHOUSE, P.O. Box 726, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA  32302.  (850) 577-4230 or fill out and submit an application at our Internet address: www.clerk.leon.fl.us

All applicants must meet the minimum education and experience as specified by the Clerk of the Circuit Court.  Applications that do not comply with these requirements will not be considered. Reasonable accommodations and assistance are available to disabled applicants under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990.

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Martin County Clerk of Court

POSITION: Enterprise Funds Finance Professional

Department:  Finance
Hiring Manager:  Paul Schmitt
Hiring Range:  $65,000.00 - $72,000.00

Additional Comments:  Applications can be found at www.martinclerk.com, under Administration.  Please attach your resume and send to Amy Galante, H.R. Director at agalante@martinclerk.com.  We are a DRUG FREE WORK PLACE.

Summary: 
The Finance Professional position is responsible for examining, analyzing and verifying various accounting records, policies, and procedures of the Martin County utilities and solid waste department.  In addition, this Finance Professional will analyze, compile, and prepare financial accounting entries supporting Utilities Enterprise Funds as well as provide support for other Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller Finance Department functions and funds.  Finally, the Finance Professional will prepare the Utilities Department Comprehensive Annual Financial Statement (“Utilities Department CAFR”) and Solid Waste Department Comprehensive Annual Financial Statement (“Solid Waste Department CAFR”).

Essential Functions

  • Prepares Utilities Department CAFR
  • Prepares Solid Waste Department CAFR
  • Preparation for the CAFR includes reclassification of capital assets in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and other year-end adjusting entries as required
  • Takes lead in yearly financial audit of the Utilities and Solid Waste departments
  • Prepares CAFR schedules for other enterprise funds – as assigned
  • Helps prepare revenue projections in conjunction with  the Department’s rate consultant
  • Works with Solid Waste staff for preparation of the annual garbage assessment Municipal Service Benefit Unit (MSBU) and coordinates with the property appraiser for notices to owner, etc.
  • Assist Solid Waste staff for preparation of the annual garbage assessment initial and final assessment items for the Board of County Commission (BOCC), working with County’s assessment attorney
  • Assist Utilities staff for preparation of the annual water and sewer special assessments and works with the property appraiser for notices to owner, etc.
  • Prepares various monthly journal entries for both Solid Waste and Utilities
  • Review and approve Utilities and Solid Waste department reports journal entries
  • Reviews general ledger (revenue and expenses and balance sheets) and prepares required entries for month end closing
  • Reconciles and analyses Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) expense accounts in subsidiary database in preparation for year-end
  • Works closely with external financial advisors, underwriters, and bond counsel in the financial needs assessment, analysis and preparation of bond issues and loans
  • Provide support and backup for other Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller Finance Department Operations supporting The Board of County Commissioners and Clerk of the Court and Comptroller as needed throughout the year

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

NOTE:  The omission of an essential function of work does not preclude the Clerk of Court and Comptroller from assigning duties not listed herein if such functions are a logical assignment to the position.

Knowledge, skills and abilities
A Bachelors or Advanced degree in Accounting, Business Administration, or Finance is required.  Certified Public Accounting certification or related finance, or other accounting related certifications are preferred. 

Experience in Public Water and Sewer Utilities Enterprise Fund accounting preferred, with other public utility service industries Enterprise Fund experience considered.

  • Knowledge of accounting principles (GAAP), auditing standards (GAAS), governmental accounting standards (GASB), and governmental accounting systems. 
  • Ability to understand and apply state laws, regulations and federal compliance requirements.
  • Strong analytical skills and attention to detail.
  • Ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing to a variety of audiences.
  • Ability to work with mathematical concepts as they relate to public utility finance and fiscal analysis to include accounting and budgeting.
  • Ability to work independently and use sound judgment.
  • Ability to work with others to complete assignments by established deadlines.
  • Skill to manage and prioritize multiple or competing work assignments.
  • Skilled in the ability to understand the flow of accounting data within the accounting software.

For more information, click on the POSITION link above.

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Alachua County Clerk of Court

POSITION: Programmer

Alachua County Clerk’s Office
Gainesville, Florida
Salary Range: $38,346.00 - $61,353.00  annually

A.S. Degree in Computer Science or Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or a related field, and two years of programming experience; or any equivalent combination.  Ability to design and support existing Web Applications & Crystal reports for both internal and external clients.  Must be proficient in HTML, Visual Studio, Data Modeling, Application Modeling, and Web Services. Knowledge of Cold Fusion (Adobe), JavaScript, Interface Design, XML, and MS SQL is desirable. Crystal Reports experience a must. If chosen for an interview, applicant will be required to pass a skills test.  Applicants within six months of meeting the education/experience requirement may be considered for trainee status.

For more information, click on the POSITION link above. Applications can be found on website at www.alachuaclerk.org. Submit to Personnel Office, Clerk of Court, 201 E. University Avenue, Gainesville, Florida 32601 or fax to 352-338-3201. Questions email caj@alachuaclerk.org

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Highlands County Clerk of Court

POSITION: Senior Accountant

Provides assistance to the Accounting Director with all accounting functions under the Clerk of Courts.  For additional information, visit the Highlands County Clerk of Court’s website at:  http://www.hcclerk.org/Home/Employment-Opportunities.aspx

 

POSITION: Network Systems Administrator

The Network Systems Administrator position oversees the administration, management, security, and maintenance of computer network systems, data circuits, and select network attached infrastructure (cameras, access control systems, etc.)

Please click here:
http://hcclerk.org/Home/Employment-Opportunities.aspx
to access additional information and the job description.

 

POSITION: Network Specialist

Works with users, workstations, and printers on a mixed Windows/Unix LAN/WAN to create and maintain an efficient network environment. Also assists Network Administrator, Server Administrator, and Systems Administrator with administration and maintenance.

The link to this listing on Highlands County Clerk of Courts' website is as follows: http://www.hcclerk.org/Home/Employment-Opportunities.aspx

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Palm Beach County Clerk of Court

POSITION: Manager – Accounting & Financial Reporting
Salary Range:  $68,331 - $88,156

ABOUT THE OFFICE:
The Clerk & Comptroller’s office is an award-winning, progressive organization with a strong commitment to transparency, accountability and public service.    

ABOUT THE JOB:
The Clerk’s office is seeking a Manager to lead Finance Division’s Account and Financial Reporting function and responsible for ensuring the timely and accurate recording of all financial transactions of the Board of County Commissioner (BOCC).  Additionally, this position prepares financial statements and special purpose reports for the Board and provides technical accounting support to Board and the components of the County’s financial reporting entity. This position oversees the activities of supervisory staff under charge, and is responsible for establishing and maintaining leadership, training and support for all Accounting & Financial Reporting Department staff activities.

The Clerk’s office has demanding timelines and we need an experienced manager who has a strong sense of urgency and commitment to public service, is comfortable working in a fast-paced environment, is passionate about providing outstanding customer service and desires a challenging and rewarding career

For those candidates who qualify, the Clerk & Comptroller’s office offers an excellent benefits package including health, dental, vision, life and disability plans plus participation in the FRS retirement plan.

ROLE OF POSITION:

The successful candidate will perform the following functions:

  • Develops, reviews, recommends, and implements accounting policies and procedures for the Board of County Commissioners; plans, coordinates, and implements the annual closing of the Board’s accounting records and the annual countywide audit.
  • Reviews/prepares and distributes the County’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR), Annual Financial Report (AFR), the Annual Financial Audit Report (AFAR) and various special reports as required or requested.
  • Provides technical accounting support to the Finance Division; to the BOCC departments, agencies and component units of the reporting entity, including the County’s Constitutional Officers.
  • Reviews and coordinates the accounting and movement of funds for all BOCC bond issues to ensure compliance with bond indenture resolutions, Treasury Regulations (arbitrage), and to ensure timely and accurate payment of debt service for those bond issues.
  • Provides financial information, analysis and special purpose reports as requested by the Clerk, Chief Operating Officer of Finance, Director of Finance, Board of County Commissioners’ departments, and other governmental entities.
  • Ensures compliance with approved policies and procedures, generally accepted governmental accounting principles, Governmental Accounting Standards Board guidance, and applicable regulatory standards for the department, the Finance Division, and BOCC as appropriate.
  • Plans, prioritizes, assigns and supervises daily operations and work flow of staff and monitors performance for adherence to established department goals and objectives.
  • Prepares department annual operating, capital and supplemental budgets; monitors departmental budget activity to ensure proper use and allocation of funds; requests budget transfers to cover shortages in budget line items; performs quarterly asset inventory; ensures proper use and custody of Clerk & Comptroller assets.

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE:
The ideal candidate will have experience working in governmental accounting and/or financial reporting along with the following:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business Administration or related field
  • Eight (8) years recent, relevant, and progressively responsible  supervisory experience
  • Broad knowledge of  governmental accounting, public finance administration, automated financial systems, and regulatory standards regarding administration of public funds
  • Certified Government Finance Officer (CGFO) and/or Certified Public Accountant (CPA) preferred

For more information, click on the POSITION link above.
To apply, please go to
www.mypalmbeachclerk.com/careers

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POSITION: Payroll Supervisor
Salary Range:  $44,047 - $56,283

The Clerk & Comptroller’s office is an award-winning, progressive organization recognized with a strong commitment to transparency, accountability and public service. We offer an excellent benefits package including health, dental, vision, life and disability plans plus participation in a retirement plan and paid time off. For those who thrive in a fast-paced, results-driven environment, the Clerk & Comptroller’s office can provide a rewarding career.

ABOUT THE POSITION:
The Payroll Supervisor is responsible for supervising and coordinating the activities of the payroll staff. This position is assigned to internal payroll processing for Palm Beach County, the Board of County Commissioners and Palm Tran. Employees in this classification supervise and monitor workflow and productivity of payroll processing, and implement process improvements.  The Payroll Supervisor is responsible for ensuring the timely and accurate bi-weekly distribution of payroll checks and maintaining compliance with union contracts, federal, state and local regulations.

ROLE OF THE POSITION:
The Successful candidate performs the following key duties:

  • Prioritizes, coordinates, assigns, and monitors staff payroll processing activities; provides proper training and guidance to staff in processing assigned tasks.  Ensures the accurate and timely calculation of employee’s pay checks and HR related data
  • Compiles and reviews various payroll records, reports, union contracts, pay polices and regulatory compliance forms; W-4’s .
  • Assist with the Reconciliation and preparation of weekly, quarterly and annual federal state tax reports.  Process employee’s year end W-2’s.  Maintain payroll system compliance of tax tables and requirements for reporting.
  • Establishes and maintains policies and procedures for payroll processing functions; maintains current knowledge of union contract, pay policies and legislation affecting payroll functions.
  • Performs personnel supervisory functions, i.e., performance evaluations, recommending hiring, recommending promotions, disciplinary actions.
  • Develops and maintains an effective and efficient record keeping and file maintenance system; ensures adherence to established filing methods and standards.

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE:
The ideal candidate will have large scale professional payroll and supervisory experience along with the following:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or related field
  • At least five (5) years recent and relevant professional payroll accounting experience, preferably for a governmental or similar agency; or an Associate’s Degree in Accounting or Business Administration with 8 years of payroll administration for a governmental or similar public agency; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
  • At least five (5) years supervisory experience
  • Working Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel
  • PeopleSoft experience preferred, Payroll or other HR or Financial software experience a plus

For more information, click on the POSITION link above.
To apply please visit: http://www.mypalmbeachclerk.com/careers.aspx

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POSITION: Director of Civil Court Services

ABOUT THE JOB:
The Clerk’s office is seeking a Director of Civil Court Services who is responsible for the overall management and operation of our Civil Courts division.  This person will support the Clerk & Comptroller’s Vision by delivering outstanding service to both our internal and external customers.  Additionally, this position supports a professional and productive work environment to ensure optimal performance levels from the Civil Court Service’s team members.  Works closely with other internal Clerk departments to assess, manage and support the Case Management System; may facilitate intervention strategies to reduce case backlog; supports day-to-day collaboration with both internal and external stakeholders; and promotes best practices to improve quality, efficiency and information in order to make solid management decision to support the Civil Court Services department. 

The Clerk’s office has demanding timelines and we need an experienced director who has a strong sense of urgency and commitment to public service, is comfortable working in a fast-paced environment, is passionate about providing outstanding customer service and desires a challenging and rewarding career.   In addition, the successful candidate will have a solid understanding of relevant legislative policies, statutes, administrative orders and Florida Court Systems, including e-filing requirements. 

For those candidates who qualify, the Clerk & Comptroller’s office offers an excellent benefits package including health, dental, vision, life and disability plans plus participation in the FRS retirement plan.

ROLE OF POSITION:
The successful candidate will perform the following functions:

  • In collaboration with the other operations directors, develops, implements and ensures interpretation and application of Clerk policies, programs, procedures in order to lead, plan, organize and control the Civil Courts division.
  • Communicates organizational policies, goals and objectives to staff under area of responsibility; works closely with management staff to assess staffing level needs, as well as the most efficient and effective organizational structure to ensure the division’s objectives are achieved within budget.
  • Assists the Chief Officer in developing and administering the division’s budget.
  • Participates in divisional organizational strategic planning.
  • Monitors and evaluates the performance of subordinates; motivates, develops, coaches, counsels and disciplines as appropriate.
  • Reviews and analyzes data and prepares administrative reports and metrics for the Clerk & Comptroller, Chief Operating Officer, Judiciary, State, County and municipal agencies as required.
  • Collaborates with a broad customer base to address any Civil Court issues; develops and implements procedures and processes to enhance the service level provided and follows up to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Establishes and maintains effective working relations with co-workers, other judicial systems, representatives of other governmental agencies, the general public and others having business with the Clerk’s office.

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE:
The ideal candidate will have experience working in law, court administration or government along with the following:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or related field; advanced degree and/or JD highly desired
  • At least eight (8) plus years of recent and relevant experience within a Court System (previous Clerk of Court experience is a plus)
  • Proven leadership ability; and excellent interpersonal, analytical and communication skills
  • Comprehensive knowledge of Florida Court System, including governing statutes and/or administrative orders
  • Able to react and adjust quickly to changing environments
  • Ability to travel both locally between sites and out of the area

For more information and to apply for this position, please visit the Palm Beach Clerk of Court website.

 

POSITION: Marketing Manager

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Develops and maintains comprehensive annual communications plan outlining campaigns, strategies, and tactics for effective programs; leads the development of new communication ideas, materials and channels; recommends, plans, and implements short and long term communications strategies.
  • Provides individual communications support to subject matter experts in need of effective communication strategies, tools and tactical processes; consults with internal customers on developing effective communication strategies and ongoing customized messaging.
  • Proactively and creatively develops correspondence, white papers and presentations on all matters related to the role of the Clerk & Comptroller for internal and external audience consumption.  Conducts research from a wide variety of sources as needed to draft articles, white papers and reports as requested by the Clerk.
  • Researches, drafts, proofreads, and/or edits communications materials including executive-level messages and speeches, internal newsletters, announcements, awards, articles, and events; ensures consistency in communications; ensures communications are in alignment with the Clerk & Comptroller’s strategic direction, vision, mission and values.
  • Develops, writes, edits, and improves communications aimed at internal audiences; writes copy for print, social media and interactive media; ensures effective and meaningful communications; updates copy and scripts as needed. 
  • Advises and assists in developing operational guidelines for internal publication formats; creates content and designs layouts for publications and collateral/promotional/informational materials. 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
Bachelor’s Degree in Public Relations, Communications, Journalism, Marketing, Speech, English or related field; supplemented by five (5) to seven (7) years of recent, relevant and progressively responsible experience that provides broad knowledge of communications, product marketing (product/service rollouts), planning, implementation and evaluation, media relations, social media management and event management, with demonstrated superior writing and communications skills; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Previous supervisory experience is preferred.

Knowledge of HR functions, financial, and/or court systems is preferred.

For more information and to apply for this position, please visit the Palm Beach Clerk of Court website.

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Clay County Clerk of Court

POSITION: DIRECTOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

General Role of Position:
Provide vision, leadership, project management and oversight for the various aspects of Information Technology (IT) Infrastructure/Support including server, networks, database environment, desktop support and help desk for the Clay County Clerk of Courts. 

Minimum Qualifications Requirements:
10 years of progressively responsible experience working with all aspects of IT projects including two years of this experience in an administrative, managerial, project management or executive capacity, or Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, business administration or related field and eight years of experience described above; or an equivalent combination of education, training, certifications and/or experience.

Position Duties/Responsibilities:

  1. Works in coordination with Chief Deputies to coordinate IT related efforts and projects.
  2. Plans, manages and coordinates the work of technical employees, prepares performance reviews, hires and trains new personnel.
  3. Manage multiple projects and ensure timely and accurate support of systems, project management and applications utilized by the Clerk’s Office.
  4. Develops the annual budget for the Clerk’s IT department.
  5. Reviews and reconciles IT cost allocations.
  6. Oversees development schedule and implementation of proposed systems and/or projects with appropriate staff while monitoring project timelines to ensure deadlines are met.
  7. Gather requirements for system needs from all departments and coordinate development resources for IT projects.
  8. Coordinates with technical support applications and operations staff to achieve an efficient environment that meets the Clerk’s office’s current and future business objectives.
  9. Recognizes and identifies potential areas where existing policies and procedures require change; or where new ones need to be developed (i.e., social networking, internet usage).
  10. Researches, evaluates and recommends new technologies.
  11. Develops and maintains IT asset management to ensure best practices are followed to support life cycle management and strategic decision making.
  12. Supervises and provides feedback to all outside contractors on system development projects.
  13. Maintains relationships with and provides feedback to outside vendors to ensure quality support, responsiveness and products.
  14. Maintains quality service by establishing and enforcing organizational standards.
  15. Sets goals and implements action plans for the Clerk’s IT department.
  16. Directs ongoing training and development of the IT staff.
  17. Assists other team members as necessary and participates on IT projects.
  18. Performs related work as assigned or required.

Computer Equipment and Software Requirements:
Extensive understanding of Dell servers, Microsoft (Server and Workstation) operating systems and related services

  • Extensive Database Administration knowledge (SQL, Microsoft SQL Server)
  • Experience with cloud-based solutions (SaaS, ASP, etc.)
  • TCP/IP and related software and services
  • General understanding of Desktop and Help Desk functions and related software
  • MS Office Suite

For more detailed information, click on the Position link above. EOE. Clerk website: www.clayclerk.com. Email for resume/application submission: careers@clayclerk.com

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Monroe County Clerk of Court

POSITION: Internal Auditor

The Internal Auditor will report directly to Internal Audit Director

This position is responsible to perform routine and special internal audits of County operations, segments of County operations and County contracts. Requires independent appraisal activity within the County to serve Management as a control, which functions by examining and evaluating the adequacy and effectiveness of internal controls within Monroe County and the quality of performance in carrying out assigned responsibilities. Requires strong research, organization, analytical, verbal and written skills. Advanced knowledge of auditing and accounting principles and procedures, understanding of internal controls, governance, compliance and fraud a must.

Requires Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting. Previous audit experience in government and/or business.  Professional certification as a CFE, CIA and/or Florida CPA preferred. Requires Monroe Countywide travel.

Salary is dependent upon qualifications.

Email cover letters and resumes to apply@monroe-clerk.com


POSITION: Senior Tourist Tax Development Auditor

The Senior Tourist Tax Development Auditor will report directly to Internal Audit Director

This position is responsible for auditing for the compliance, collection & payment of the Monroe County Tourist Development Tax. Provide collection services for the Monroe County Tourist Development Tax. Identify possible new and non-compliant transient rentals in Monroe County. Requires strong analytical, verbal and written skills. Advanced knowledge of auditing and accounting principles and procedures. Must possess knowledge of Florida Statutes, Monroe County Ordinances and Resolutions relating to transient rentals

equires a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or related Business field. Requires previous Tourist Development Tax audit experience. Professional qualifications such as CFE, CIA or CPA preferred.  Requires Monroe Countywide travel.  Must have valid FL Driver’s License.

Salary is dependent upon qualifications.

Email cover letters and resumes to apply@monroe-clerk.com


POSITION: Finance Director

The Finance Director will report directly to Chief Deputy Clerk of Operations.

The position is responsible for the Finance Division operations and requires complex accounting and financial functions; to include, planning, development, oversight, evaluation and administration of all finance services and functions performed by the Clerk & Comptroller’s office as custodian for Board of County Commissioner funds.  

Knowledge of OMB Circulars, GAAP, GASB, CAFR and other guidelines is required.  This position will also be responsible for other duties as assigned.

Master’s degree; supplemented by ten (10) or more years recent, relevant, and progressively responsible managerial administrative and technical experience with expertise in budget and governmental finance practices.  CPA is required.

Salary is dependent on qualifications. 

Email cover letters and resumes to apply@monroe-clerk.com


POSITION: Information Technology Director

The IT Director will report directly to Chief Deputy Clerk of Operations.

This position is highly responsible for performing supervisory, administrative, project management, and technical work directing the daily operations of the MIS department.  The position includes planning and tracking of emerging technologies for hardware and software, in the short-term, as well as long-term. Applies cost/benefit analysis to current and proposed applications. Directs and develops IT staff of three members. Ensures the integrity of assets regarding maintenance, security and privacy of information entrusted and maintained by the Clerk. Maintains the infrastructure, architecture and applications development; to include, network, server, and peripheral components. Extensive knowledge of interfacing with other governmental agencies. Prefer knowledge of OBTS, SRS, Odyssey, Eclipse, Firewall maintenance, website development and on-going maintenance.

Note:  These essential job functions are not to be construed as a complete statement of all duties performed.  Employee will be required to perform other job related duties as required or assigned.

An undergraduate degree in Computer Science and seven (7) years experience preferred.

Salary is dependent upon qualifications.

Email cover letters and resumes to apply@monroe-clerk.com

Note:  These essential job functions are not to be construed as a complete statement of all duties performed.  Employee will be required to perform other job related duties as required or assigned.

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Polk County Clerk of Court

POSITION: Inspector General Auditor II

For more details, click on the Position link above.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Plan and conduct internal audits and investigations to assure the accuracy and effectiveness of accounting, financial, budgeting, personnel, procurement, contracting and other operating policies, procedures and systems.
  • Develop audit programs and procedures to be performed for specific assignments, including risk assessment, process analysis, and control evaluation.
  • Determine procedures to be performed for specific assignments to assess departmental compliance with state laws, county ordinances, provisions of grants and contracts, and other rules and regulations as appropriate.
  • Conduct interviews, collect supporting documentation, and review facts to substantiate conclusions in an audit or investigation.
  • Prepare working papers to document the audit work performed and written reports detailing the audit findings and recommendations.
  • Prepare financial reports and annual audit schedules.
  • Assist internal and external auditors with year-end financial audit.
  • Lead audit team as assigned.
  • Assist in training other team members as assigned.
  • Ability to work independently as well as in a strong team environment.
  • Perform related work as assigned.

Requirements

Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Audit, Finance or Business. Preferred current professional credentials (or commit to obtaining): Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Inspector General (CIG), Certified Inspector General Auditor (CIGA), Certified Inspector General Investigator (CIGI), or Certified Fraud Specialist (CFS) and a minimum of 2 years auditing experience.

A full job description, salary classification, and employment application are available on the Polk County Clerk of Court website. www.polkcountyclerk.net.

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Lee County Clerk of Courts

Please visit www.LeeClerk.org  for a list of employment opportunities. In order to better serve you, we have improved our application system and process. By partnering with GovernmentJobs.com you now have the ability to apply for jobs online, save your application, and be notified when positions that you are interested in open for recruitment. Since you can save and make changes to your application at any time, we ask that you apply for each posting that interests you. We will no longer be keeping an open pool of applicants.

If you are selected for an interview, the hiring manager may direct you to Human Resources for aptitude testing prior to your interview.

Types of Jobs Full Time, Part Time, Temporary
Job Location Lee County, Florida
Equal Opportunity Employer Yes

Contact Information
Lee County Clerk of Courts
HR Department
PO Box 9344
Fort Myers, FL  33902
Phone: 239.533.3211
Fax: 239.485.3110  E-mail:  jobs@leeclerk.org

 

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If other county court related services would like to post a position, please send a request to support@flclerks.com.

Nothing at this time

 

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