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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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Your resumé will be entered into our resumé database, and if your qualifications match the requirements of a current job opening, you will be given consideration. If there are no current job openings that match your qualifications, your hiring information will remain in our database for six months.

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The Clerks may post a position for their county by sending a request to support@flclerks.com. Please include a brief summary of the position and required qualifications. Include a detailed job description in a pdf or Word document, or provide a link to information on your website.

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Pasco County Clerk of Court

Position: Assistant Director of Financial Services

Clerk & Comptroller’s Office
Pasco County, Florida

Population of 475,000. Located on the Gulf of Mexico, Pasco County is part of a nine-county region referred to as the “Nature Coast”. Just 30 miles north of Tampa Bay and about 50 miles west of Orlando. Under the direction of the Clerk & Comptroller, the Financial Services Division maintains separate accounting systems for the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk & Comptroller operations. The other constitutional officers maintain their own accounting systems, but their financial information is brought together in the County’s Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (CAFR).

The ideal candidate will have responsible professional experience in government accounting including Florida governmental accounting procedures. This individual must be a CPA or CGFO with a Bachelor's degree with major coursework in finance, accounting, economics or business administration.

Stating Salary $75,000 to $95,000 DOQ

Details can be found at www.cb-asso.com and click on "Active Recruitments". Resumes should be emailed to Recruit34@cb-asso.com. Questions should be directed to Merv Timberlake at (561) 289-7641 Application deadline 8/14/2015.



Position: Manager, Accounting & Financial Reporting

Department of Human Resources
West Pasco Judicial Center
7530 Little Road, Room 106
New Port Richey, FL 34654
(727) 847-8916 (HR Direct Line)

Within the Division of Financial Services, provide professional investment services,  in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, statutes, laws, administrative regulations, sound management practices, and the policies of the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) and the Clerk & Comptroller.

Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, or Business Administration and four (4)years of debt/treasury experience along with two(2) years of supervisory experience. Master’s degree or CPA designation preferred. Experience to include financial reporting and government accounting, strong understanding of economic trends and investment products/options relating to public entries; and strong research, analytical skills, written and oral skills required.  A comparable amount of training and/or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.

Basic skills testing such as typing, spelling, grammar, math, and office manager skills are required for this position. Type at 30 cwpm preferred.

A valid driver’s license is required.


West Pasco Judicial Center, 7530 Little Road, Room 106
New Port Richey, FL 34654   EXAM #00545


Okaloosa County Clerk of Court

Position: Chief Deputy – Financial Services

The purpose of the class is to provide oversight to Financial Directors and Managers, and is responsible for assisting the Clerk of Court in achieving the objectives of the organization. Provides leadership, management and vision to ensure proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures, and appropriate staff are in place, resulting in financial strength and operating efficiency. Directs agency-wide strategic planning, administers and implements directives and policy decisions of the Clerk, and reports directly to the Clerk of the Court.


  • Responsible for the successful overall operation of the Clerk's Financial Division, including but not limited to all Clerk and Board of County Commissioner fiscal duties, child support functions, and all related responsibilities.
  • Prepare annual budget recommendations and approve expenditures for assigned area of responsibility, to fund operations and increase efficiency. Responsible for the preparation and development of Court and County budgets for the entire Clerk’s office, which is approved by the Clerk of the Court.
  • Promote and maintain a fiscally sound financial relationship with a local banking institution based on a competitive bid process. Safeguard the Clerk and County assets by electronically monitoring daily cash balances to ensure sufficient balances for anticipated disbursements, oversee County and Clerk audits, and invest to optimize interest income.
  • Plans and coordinates technology and process improvement initiatives related to all areas of responsibility.
  • Approves organizational expenditures in Clerk’s absence. In addition to approving personnel Action Forms in Clerk’s absence.
  • Responsible for the measurement and effectiveness of all processes (internal and external) within the area of responsibility.
  • Communicates timely, accurate and complete information to the Clerk regarding operational issues within the assigned area of responsibility.
  • Evaluates vendor proposals for adequacy and conformance specifications, negotiate and/or approve contracts or agreements with suppliers, distributors, federal or state agencies, or other organizational entities.

Graduation from an accredited university or college with a four (4) year degree in Accounting, Finance or related field. Master’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or related field preferred. A minimum of eight (8) years of progressively responsible financial management and accounting experience with two (2) years in a Director or Assistant Director capacity in local government* preferred. *Minimum of two (2) years’ experience in auditing local governments may be substituted for this experience.

Hold or have the ability to obtain Certified Public Accountant and Certified Government Finance Officer (CGFO) designation within (2) two years required.

Job Number: 201506-02. For more information, click on the Position link above. Visit the Careers section of our website to apply www.okaloosaclerk.com



Gulf County Clerk of Court

Position: Finance Director

Reports To: Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller

This is an executive management level position responsible for all the financial functions of the Clerk of Court and Board of County Commissioners. This includes, but is not limited to investment/banking management, bond financing, Federal Grants, accounts payable, account receivable, payroll, compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Standards and State Statutes, annual audit requirements, and fixed asset management.

Job Purpose:
The purpose of this position is to perform highly responsible work in the administration of the County finance and is responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and managing the Finance Department activities and personnel. Employee is responsible for ensuring and maintaining internal controls and compliance with all policies, procedures and regulatory requirements applicable to the work. Work requires the ability to make sound, independent judgments in unprecedented situations and responsibility for developing guidelines or procedures that address major problems or policies which impact areas within Gulf County.

Qualification Requirements:
Thorough knowledge of the principles and practice of governmental accounting, budgeting, and local government fiscal management, including knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and Government Accounting Standards Board (GASB) statements. Thorough knowledge of administrative management and internal control techniques so that accounting and control can be utilized in a manner to meet internal and external reporting requirements.

Ability to make sound independent judgments in unprecedented situations.

Ability to plan, organize, and supervise the work of others.

Education and Experience Preferred:
Certified Public Accountant (CPA) with experience in local government finance and employee supervision; or Certified Government Finance Officer (CGFO).

Minimum Education and Experience Required:
Bachelor’s degree (BA) in Financial Management or Accounting and 4 years of experience. Position requires proficiency in Excel and Word.

Salary is dependent on qualifications.

Complete Job Description and application is available at: www.gulfclerk.com



Monroe County Clerk of Court

Position:  Internal Auditor or IT Auditor

The Internal Auditor or IT Auditor will report directly to Internal Audit Director The Monroe County Clerk of Courts,

Division of Internal Auditing seeks a highly motivated professional with excellent communication skills to conduct internal audits, reviews and other internal control procedures as directed by the Internal Audit Director. This position will be expected to perform all work in accordance with the International Standards for Professional Practice of Internal Auditing promulgated by the Institute of Internal Auditors, Inc., and/or Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards promulgated by the Comptroller General of the United States. In addition, this position will assist the external auditors with the annual financial audit of the county and any other related duties as deemed appropriate by the Internal Audit Director.

Requires Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or related degree. Previous audit experience in government and/or business. Professional certification as a CFE, CIA, CISA and/or Florida CPA preferred. This position requires Monroe Countywide travel. Salary is dependent upon qualifications. Email resume to apply@monroe-clerk.com 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.


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 resume to apply@monroe-clerk.com


Hernando County Clerk of Court

POSITION: Payroll Professional

Posted:  6/8/15
Closes: 6/29/15

  • Do you have at least 3-5 years of payroll experience?
    • Maybe even some government payroll experience?
  • Do you have a high school diploma or maybe even your college degree?
  • Would you like to work right here in beautiful downtown Brooksville?

If you answered yes to all three of these questions then please consider applying to join our amazing team here at the Clerk’s Office. 

  • Starting salary is expected to be between $27,000 - $35,000 depending upon experience and education.
  • Great benefits including medical, dental, life, disability, Florida Retirement System, and paid time off.
  • Some of the tasks that the selected candidate will perform include:
    • Audit and process bi-weekly payroll for employees of Hernando County, the Clerk of Court and Comptroller, and the Supervisor of Elections
    • Prepare quarterly payroll tax returns
    • Prepare and submit monthly reports for the Florida Retirement System
    • Review for accuracy and completeness the payroll, taxes, insurance and other distributions related to the payroll process.
    • Ensure accuracy of payroll in the timekeeping software and make adjustments as necessary.
    • Prepare payroll-related account reconciliations as required.

Our mission is to provide unmatched customer service here at the Office of the Clerk and Comptroller. Interested in being a part of our highly motivated and professional team?

For more information, click on the Position link above. For complete job description and to APPLY NOW at www.hernandoclerk.com (select “Administration,” “Human Resources,”
“Job Applicant Center”) or call (352) 754-4970 with any questions.

The Clerk of Circuit Court is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

**Employment preference is given to applicants who do not use a tobacco product(s).**



Palm Beach County Clerk of Court

POSITION: Staff Accountant

The Clerk’s office is seeking a Staff Accountant to coordinate and participate in reoccurring and moderately complex accountant work for an assigned operational function of Clerk & Comptroller. Incumbents have considerable knowledge of Clerk & Comptroller’s office policies, standards and procedures with respect to the assigned work area, and broad knowledge of the legal guidelines, constraints, and ramifications governing the work area.

The Clerk’s office has demanding timelines and we need an experienced Staff Accountant 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.

Please click on the Palm Beach weblink for more information and to apply.


POSITION: Systems Engineer III

The Clerk’s office is seeing an experienced IT professional for the systems administration and infrastructure team. This position performs technical work in developing and maintaining all Clerk & Comptroller operational systems as well as creating systems documentation and maintaining systems security.

The Clerk’s office has demanding timelines and we need a professional 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.

Please click on the Palm Beach weblink for more information and to apply.


Orange County Clerk of Court

POSITION: Court Division Manager
Job Summary:
Perform general managerial/administrative duties for the assigned Division within the Clerk of the Courts with responsibility for planning, coordinating, supervising, budgeting, and controlling assigned resources to achieve organizational/divisional objectives.  Reports to the appropriate department Director/Assistant Director regarding the Division’s operational performance and personnel administration.

A Bachelor’s degree plus seven years of progressively responsible Criminal Justice, Public Administration or Business Administration experience, a minimum of six years of leadership experience or an equivalent combination of education, training or experience. 

Click on the Position link above for job description. To apply and for more information about the position please visit:


POSITION: Director of Court Operations
Job Summary:
Directs and provides leadership, administrative and management oversight to all the operational divisions within the Clerk of Courts.  Creates and designs specific plans to implement in alignment with the Strategic Plan, and carries out job responsibilities in adherence with the Strategic Plan.  Oversees and directs the work of the Assistant Directors of Court Operations and their assigned divisions.  Responsible for development and coaching of direct reports as well as being highly involved in development of operations managers and assistant managers.  Serves as a member of the Senior Leadership Team. 

A Bachelor’s degree plus 10 years of progressively responsible Criminal Justice, Public Administration or Business Administration experience, a minimum of six years of strong leadership experience at the senior level or an equivalent combination of education, training or experience. 

Click on the Position link above for job description. To apply and for more information about the position please visit:


POSITION: Manager of Community Outreach
Job Summary:
Develop the organization-wide strategies, programs, and initiatives for various customer groups and drive the Clerk’s office involvement in outreach to all customer segments and demographics. Create a planned approach for community outreach and represent the Clerk of Courts at local community and business events to promote and educate the public about provided services. Serves as a highly visible representative of the Clerk and the organization. Develop relationships with key customer groups and organizations. Participate in planning, organizing, and delivery of customer education and outreach programs for the Clerk of Courts. Reports to Director of Communications and Public Affairs.

A Bachelor’s degree and 3-5 years of related public relations or community outreach experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience is required.  
Preferred: Experience in delivering training or educational seminars.

Click on the Position link above for job description. To apply and for more information about the position please visit:



Martin County Clerk of Court

Position: Accounting Analyst/ Staff Accountant

The position is responsible for examining, analyzing and verifying various accounting records, policies, and procedures of the Martin County Board of County Commissioners and Clerk of the Court and Comptroller.  In addition, this position will provide backup and support for other various accounting functions and activities as directed by accounting management.

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 Government Fund accounting principles is preferred.

For detailed information, click on the Position link shown above. Applications can be found at www.martinclerk.com, under the Careers tab.  Please attach your resume and send to Paul Schmitt Director of Financial Services at pschmitt@martinclerk.com.  We are a DRUG FREE WORK PLACE.


Volusia County Clerk of Court

Position: Criminal Justice IT Section Manager - Information Technology

VolusiaCountyisa drug free workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workforce.

The County of Volusia is seeking a Criminal Justice IT Section Manager for the Information Technology Division. This position is located in DeLand, Florida, and will be responsible for administrative and technical work overseeing and directing the day-to-day activities of Information Technology services in the criminal justice applications section.

**NOTE: This position is posted on a continuous basis and may close without notice.

Bachelor's degree in Information Systems, Business Administration, Public Administration, Criminal Justice or related field and three (3) years of progressively responsible experience managing computer systems staff, services and/or operations. A comparable amount of experience, training and education may be substituted for the minimum requirements (For example: an Associate's Degree in Information Systems, Business Administration, Public Administration, Criminal Justice or related field and five (5) years of progressively responsible experience managing computer systems staff, services and/or operations including three (3) years in management of large-scale computer software systems implementation and maintenance; or no degree and seven (7) years of progressively responsible experience managing computer systems staff, services and/or operations including four (4) years in management of large-scale computer software systems implementation and maintenance. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida driver's license within 30 days of hire. The preferred candidate will have a minimum of two (2) years of technology experience managing multi-agency integrated criminal justice computer information systems, jail management systems, inmate banking systems and mugshot software systems.

Must pass required fingerprinting background check.

For more detailed inrmation, click on the position link shown above.



230 North Woodland Blvd Suite 262
DeLand, FL 32720


Charlotte County Clerk of Court

Position: Internal Auditor

Responsible for performing technical work which involves evaluating the financial and operational performance of any and all BOCC and Clerk functions and systems.  This work involves assisting in the conduct of financial, compliance, and operational audits of agencies, departments, programs, and/or activities.  Assists in providing technical support and assistance to the Internal Audit Division.  Reports findings and makes recommendations for correction of unsatisfactory conditions, improvements in operations, and reduction in costs.  Work is performed under the direct supervision of the Director of Internal Audit.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Assists in the performance of financial, compliance and operational (performance) audits of departments, activities, and programs by performing the following duties.

Performs detailed evaluations of various systems of internal control and evaluation of risk management related programs, as assigned.

Assists in the development of the audit plan and audit programs to determine the scope of the audit and procedures related to problems and processes currently in place and those emerging programs and processes to be performed to accomplish the audit objectives including but not limited to security, efficiency, and effectiveness audits of information systems in accordance with accepted professional standards.

Prepares or assists in the preparation of appropriate working papers to document audit work performed, as well as written reports of tentative findings and recommendations for improvement.

Conducts audit interview with departmental personnel to obtain audit information.

Responsible for completing information technology audit work in accordance with professional standards and office policies and practices.

Evaluates or assists in evaluating the operational performance of information technology functions including hardware, software, and personnel.

Assists in the review of information technology plans, standards, and procedures, as well as existing hardware, application, and operating software, using manual and automated techniques.

Performs or assists in the performance of pre-implementation and post-implementation reviews of new and existing systems, using manual and automated techniques.

Prepares or assists in the preparation of security and control questionnaires and system flowcharts. 

Mail or fax a completed Clerk of the Circuit Court Employment Application to: Clerk of the Circuit Court, Employee Relations Department, 350 E. Marion Ave. Punta Gorda, FL 33950  Fax 941-637-2226.  An Employment Application can be downloaded from the Charlotte County Clerk's websiteOnly completed applications will be accepted for the hiring process.


Highlands County Clerk of Court

Position: Network Systems Administrator – Highlands County Clerk of Courts

The Network Systems Administrator 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.


Clay County Clerk of Court


Clay County Clerk of the Circuit Court
Green Cove Springs, Florida
Salary Range: $50,000 - $55,000 annually

General Role of Position

The Information Technology (IT) Business Analyst will assist the organization in collecting and analyzing data from various SQL databases. This individual will be an expert on the functions and features of the applications built upon the many databases and make recommendations on solutions that will keep the Clerk’s office ahead of the standard business processes. This person is a key player in the delivery of proven IT solutions and methodologies that will enhance the overall business practices.

Minimum Qualification Requirements

  • BA degree in computer science, IT, business or equivalent work or educational experience
  • Intimate knowledge and experience in MS SQL Database Technology and SQL Scripting.
  • 5+ years' progressive experience as an IT Business Analyst, preferably in Government
  • Business Analyst Professional certification (i.e., CBAP), or similar industry experience are a plus.

Appointing Authority Also Requires

  • Florida Driver's License or Florida Commercial Driver’s License and endorsement, if any
  • Assignment to work a variety of work schedules including compulsory work periods in special, emergency, and/or disaster situations

Position Duties/Responsibilities

  • Create integrations between various data sources and platforms
  • Bridge a gap between the IT Systems and the end users within the business units of the Court House
  • Maintain and ensure accuracy of business reports and extract delivered to outside agencies.
  • Maintain databases from an administrative role.
  • Will provide training and feedback to people within the business unit.
  • Perform rigorous testing of potential upgrades and remediation any potential issues with software vendor before deployment.
  • Assists other team members as necessary and participates on technology projects, including but not limited to occasional desktop support.
  • Performs related work as assigned or required
  • The position is expected to function with considerable independence while operating within a team and project structure. Lead and provide expert leadership on highly visible, sensitive and multi- faceted projects. Work in agreement with the strategic direction of projects.
  • Provide detailed knowledge of business processes and best practices; as well as, perform business analysis, process design and requirements gathering.
  • Provide documentation of all key deliverables and due dates. Responsible for organizing assigned work, managing the work to completion, and managing relationships required to accomplish the work. Manage the day-to-day details of the project including the plan, schedule, resources, scope, and risks.
  • Participate in planning sessions with business to implement process improvement within an assigned area. Liaise between business units and IT units to provide support, resolve problems, identify key deliverables and escalate to management as appropriate. Track progress and monitor all creative, business and technical development activities to ascertain technique for optimization.
  • Analyze and report on success of implemented solutions as it relates to their outcomes. Active problem solving in engagement of project managers in solution decision making are required.
  • Monitors tasks from initiation through delivery and monitors for continuous improvement. Completes cost/benefit analysis where required.
  • Accountable for the development of project documentation for senior executives and other key clients to facilitate sharing of project outcomes and best practices. Makes formal presentations to various senior level audiences.
  • Adheres to applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations, accreditation and licenser requirements (if applicable), and the Clay County, Florida, Clerk of the Circuit Court’s policies and procedures.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Demonstrated successes as a Business Analyst of IT Systems.  Knowledge and understanding of common business drivers and fundamental workflow of the business unit within the Court House.
  • Strong knowledge of reporting from SQL databases using SQL Reporting Services. Full understanding SQL Query Language, including queries, stored procedures, and other SQL jobs.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the basics of SQL report writers.  Create data extracts to be delivered to outside sources.
  • Knowledge and basic understanding of the client\server environment and network architecture
  • Knowledge of the methods of data collection and analysis.
  • Ability to collect, evaluate and analyze data to develop alternative recommendations, solve problems, document work flow and other activities relating to the improvement of operational and management practices.
  • Ability to organize data into logical format for presentation in reports, documents and other written materials.
  • Ability to isolate problems and troubleshooting with a high level of detail.
  • Ability to utilize problem-solving techniques.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Ability to plan, organize and coordinate work assignments.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.
  • Excellent oral and written skills to effectively communicate in the English language
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to work effectively with staff, management, and vendors
  • Excellent computer related and developmental skills, with the ability to learn new software
  • Candidates must have strong analytical and operations skills.

Computer Equipment and Software Requirements

  • Extensive understanding of, Microsoft (Server and Workstation) operating systems and related services
  • Extensive Database Administration knowledge (SQL, Microsoft SQL Server)
  • General understanding of Desktop and Help Desk functions and related software
  • MS Office Suite
  • All systems are based under the standard Microsoft Architecture and should be maintained using those industry standard best practices prescribed by Microsoft. 

This position may be required to occasionally perform duties other than those listed on the position description. Reasonable accommodation will be made for otherwise qualified individuals with a disability.



Email: careers@clayclerk.com
Fax:    904-284-6390



Leon County Clerk of Court

POSITION: Application Software Developer
2 positions available

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.
***This is not a remote position, relocation to Tallahassee, Florida is required ***

Minimum Requirements:
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.

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.

For more information, click on the Position link above and visit the Leon Clerk of Courts website



Collier County Clerk of Court

POSITION: Internal Auditor I

Are you looking for employee-friendly work environment, challenging and diverse work assignments along with career stability and growth opportunities? The Clerk of the Circuit Court of Collier County is an independently elected Constitutional Officer and Public Trustee whose responsibilities include Accountant, Auditor, Keeper of the Court and Public Records and “Watchdog” of all Public Funds. Here you will find this is a professional organization dedicated to continuous improvement. You will be providing a unique service to your state and make a difference in the lives of Collier County residents.

This is a professional accounting position conducting internal audits of Collier County Government and Clerk of Courts departments.  The successful applicant will assist in producing detailed audit reports and exhibits; and present audit findings to management and the public. The position requires a degree in accounting; or degree in a related field such as business administration, finance, or public administration that included or was supplemented by a substantial number of accounting courses.  Knowledge of internal controls, along with a CPA, CIA or CFE, one year governmental audit experience are preferred and a natural inquisitiveness is required. The ability to work in a team environment, meet individual deadlines and work on ad hoc projects as needed is required. The entry  level salary is $48,245 with room to advance, and includes generous benefits including health insurance, life insurance, retirement benefits, vacation, sick and personal leave.

Apply at Jobs@Collierclerk.com, Telephone: 239-252-2761.

An Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please contact:
Dena Rader
Human Resources Director
Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Court
3315 Tamiami Trail East, Suite 102
Naples, FL  34112-5324
Telephone:  (239) 252-2761 Fax:  (239) 252-2755


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


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.


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.


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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Avoid the hassle of sending checks each month and pay online. Use MyFloridaRemit.com for all child support payments made using the electronic check (e-check) payment method.

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The Florida Local Government Investment Trust (Florida Trust) is a local government investment pool developed through the joint efforts of the Florida Court Clerks & Comptrollers (FCCC) and the Florida Association of Counties (FAC).

Organized on December 12, 1991, the Florida Trust is designed to compliment existing investment programs by providing an investment vehicle for funds that can be invested on a short to intermediate term in securities with maturities and returns generally greater than those of money market instruments. The Florida Trust is an open ended, professionally managed fund available only to public entities in Florida.

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