Applications are accepted only when jobs are posted on this website and the bulletin board located in City Hall at 198 N. Wilson Street. When applying for an advertised job, you may request an application from Tammie Johnson by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or download the application in "PDF" format at the link below.
Mail or hand-deliver applications to the Personnel Office, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, FL 32536. Access to employment information is subject to F.S. 119.01, et. seq., Equal Opportunity Employer/Drug Free Workplace.
CURRENT JOB OPENINGS (IF ANY) ARE SHOWN BELOW
CLERK I Library - In House
This is general clerical work in the field of administration. Detailed instruction and close supervision are given at the beginning of work and on subsequent new assignments; however, after employee becomes familiar with particular procedures, he/she usually works with relative independence. Works is reviewed regularly for progress or accuracy. Work involving varied tasks is given closer supervision than that which is repetitive in nature. View full job description. Closing 10-29-14.
GROWTH MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR/ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT:
This is a highly professional managerial position in the operation of municipal government, CRA/Main Street function, planning, GIS, code enforcement, building permit function and professional work in directing all activities of the City’s multi-division Growth Management Department. The employee functions as a department head and as a direct representative (Administrative Assistant) to the City Council in the operation of the affairs of the City. View full job description.
MAIN STREET DIRECTOR/CRA OFFICIAL:
This is an administrative position that functions as a director and facilitator to carry out the program elements of the Crestview Main Street Program and the Community Redevelopment Area (CRA). Resource will report to Council designated supervisory personnel. (Growth Management Director) View full job description.
This is general duty police work in the enforcement of laws and ordinances. Employee is responsible for the protection, detection and investigation of crime, and for maintaining law and order. Specific assignments are received as a result of calls for police service and from superior officers and are carried out in accordance with established rules and regulations. Employees must be able to act without direct supervision in meeting emergencies and unusual situations. View full job description