The City of Crestview will recruit, employ and promote employees in all job classifications without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, disability or veteran status. The City of Crestview will attempt to employ qualified individuals in every position that becomes available and will comply with all laws affecting the employment and placement of employees. This Equal Opportunity Employer can be contacted at (850) 689-2014, Ext. 268.

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 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.

City of Crestview Employment Application



This is a professional managerial position with responsibility for planning, organizing, directing and coordinating all activities of the City Library. General library policies are approved by the City Council. Work is performed under the direction of the City Council. Within approved policies and with available resources, the Library Director plans and executes a program of varied library services related to the need of the community.
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LIBRARY CLERK - PART TIME  (Closing Date:  1/26/16)

This is entry level work in the public service area of the Library.  Employee routinely works under direct supervisionView full job description.

LABORER I  (Roads/Streets)  (Closing Date:  When Filled)

This is heavy manual labor involving semi-skilled work in various maintenance and construction tasks requiring the use of tools, equipment, and the operation of light automotive equipment within the Road and Street Services DivisionView full job description.

POLICE OFFICER   (Closing:  When Filled)

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.