ADA Compliance
The City of St. Augustine remains committed to providing accessibility to all and provides for handicapped accessible parking in the city. For a map of accessible parking locations, Click Here To notify the city regarding accessibility concerns contact: Will Franke, Building Official, Phn: 904.825.1065, Fax: 904.209.4335, Email: wfranke@citystaug.com; or Todd Grant, Public Works Deputy Director, Phn: 904.825.1040, Fax: 904.209.4286, Email: tgrant@citystaug.com. You may also write either of these contacts at City of St. Augustine, P.O. Box 210, St. Augustine, FL 32085-0210.

Consumer Confidence Report
The City of St. Augustine remains committed to providing clean and safe drinking water. For the previous year's sampling results please click here. To notify the city regarding water treatment concerns contact: Patrick Timoney, Water Treatment Plant Supervisor, Phn: 904.825.1044, Fax: 904.823-2280, Email: ptimoney@citystaug.com; or woperators@citystaug.com, or write the City of St. Augustine, P.O. Box 210, St. Augustine, FL 32085-0210.

City Employment

General Information

The City of St. Augustine is an Equal Opportunity Employer (m/f/d/v.) All positions require a background check and designated positions require a drug screen. Jobs are open until filled. Current job openings are cablecast on Government TV (Comcast, Channel 3) and may also be published in the Sunday edition of  The St. Augustine Record.

Applications are only accepted for positions that are listed below.  A resume may not be substituted for an application.  Applications need to be fully completed, i. e. please do not write “see resume."  If desired, attach a resume to give additional information.  Only those candidates matching the qualifications and selected to be interviewed will be contacted. 

For all positions other than police officer, click here to print an application. For Police Officer information and application, see below.

Applications can be mailed, faxed, scanned and sent via email or brought to Human Resources,

Lobby "D", 75 King St.

Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.

Contact Information    

For additional information on jobs currently open at the City of St. Augustine, contact:

Human Resources Division
St. Augustine City Hall
75 King Street (Lobby D, 2nd Floor)
P.O. Box 210
St. Augustine, FL 32085
Phone: 904.825.1013
Fax: 904.825.1051

Office hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30am – 5:00pm except holidays.

For specific questions, you may email Donna Hayes at dhayes@citystaug.com


The City of St. Augustine is currently accepting applications for the following positions:

  Full-Time Positions:

Utility Worker

     Entry level position, which includes assisting with the installation, maintenance, and repairs of water, sewer and storm systems. Works with variety of tools/equipment, must be able to work in confined spaces such as manholes. Experience with piping, irrigation, trenching and similar tasks preferred. Completion of 10th grade, background check, physical, and drug screen required. HS diploma preferred.

     Driver's License Requirement: Valid Florida Driver's License Class B-CDL.

Maintenance Technician II
      The City of St. Augustine is currently seeking a Maintenance Technician II. This is position involves skilled work in the installation, troubleshooting, routine maintenance and repair of mechanical and electrical equipment and installation of piping, wiring, and conduits at the city’s Water Treatment Plant. Job duties primarily resolve electrical and mechanical problems including performing routine preventative maintenance on wide variety of equipment and well installations of new plumbing, piping, and wiring.    

     Typical projects job duties include, but are not limited to, maintenance on reverse osmosis skids and related monitoring systems, pump maintenance and repairs, motors, valves and chemical feed systems, installation and calibration of variable frequency drives, and other water treatment plant monitoring equipment such as oxidation and reduction potential (ORP) sensors, chlorine and pH monitoring equipment. Also requires the operation of heavy automotive equipment such as dump truck/tanker truck.
High school diploma required. Five (5) years’ experience in the operation and maintenance of chemical production plant heavy machinery or related industrial/equipment such as electrical pumping systems, chemical feed systems, filtering systems, monitoring and control equipment, and hydraulic and gear driven equipment. Must have experience in electrical wiring and troubleshooting, mechanical systems, plumbing and pipefitting. Reading of blue prints and wiring diagrams required. Candidates must be physically capable of prolonged work in varying climate conditions and possess normal red/green color perception. Must communicate verbally, see physical surroundings and hear equipment and others.

     Valid Class B Florida Driver’s License with tanker endorsement, extensive background check, physical and drug screen required.

Director, Planning & Building

     The City of St. Augustine is currently seeking a Director, Planning & Building. This position is a responsible administrative and supervisory position involving the evaluation, coordination and direction of the City's planning, development, building and code enforcement, historic preservation, and archaeology functions. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, budget preparation; comprehensive planning and urban renewal projects; overseeing Community Redevelopment Areas; participating in plans evaluation procedures for proposal and renovation construction activities; ensuring the City's interests are protected in the development of the City, county, regional and state-wide planning activities; researching and recommending alterations or revisions in City zoning and building codes or districts; and coordinating Citizen Boards such as the Planning and Zoning Board, Historic Architectural Review Board, Municipal Code Enforcement Board, Board of Adjustment and Appeals, and Street Tree Advisory Committee.

     Bachelor's degree in Planning or related field from an accredited college, required. A Master’s degree, preferred. Considerable (5-10 years) experience of an increasingly responsible nature preferably in local government planning and building. Must have significant (3 years) supervisory experience. Demonstrated leadership and management skills involving governmental agencies is required. Demonstrated experience in Historic Preservation, Community Redevelopment Areas, and Urban Revitalization programs preferred. AICP certification preferred.

     Background check, physical and valid Florida driver's license required. EOE.

  Part-Time Positions:

Parking Enforcement Specialist

     The City of St. Augustine is currently seeking a part-time Parking Enforcement Specialist. This is responsible law enforcement work that involves patrolling City streets and City controlled parking areas, watching for over parked and illegally parked vehicles. Checks loading, bus and fire zones for possible parking violations. Issues tickets for vehicles violating parking regulations. Immobilizes and tows vehicles per City ordinances.

     In addition, this position performs special assignments for traffic safety purposes and manages satellite parking areas for special events. Courteously assists the public with using pay stations, giving directions, and answering questions.

     High school diploma required. Basic personal computer skills. Knowledge or experience with electronic ticketing devices preferred. Preferably some knowledge of regulations and restrictions pertaining to parking within the City limits; ability to get along with others, deal with public; good judgment; ability to exercise self-control and work independently; good powers of observation; ability to work in varying and extreme weather conditions; legible handwriting. This position works Thursday thru Sunday afternoons and evenings.

     Requires satisfactory completion of Florida Parking Enforcement Specialist course. Valid Florida Driver's License Classification E .

 

  Temporary Positions:

Streets & Grounds Laborer (seasonal)

     This is a seasonal position which performs manual labor to perform a variety of grounds keeping, parks and right-of-way maintenance, street resurfacing and maintenance. In addition to manual labor, Streets & Grounds Workers use a variety of equipment including riding and walk behind mowers, line trimmers, curb edgers, hedge trimmers, chainsaws, blowers, walk-behind vacuum, pressure washer, chipper, compactor and cut off saws. This position performs demanding physical work for extended periods of time under varying climatic conditions. Subject to weekend and overtime work. Work is performed under the super¬vision of a Foreman who issues oral work orders and inspects work frequently.

     High school diploma desired. Completion of 10th grade required. Previous grounds keeping and/or street resurfacing experience desired. Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions. Must be able to work without fear of heights. Valid Florida Driver’s License required.

Projects Coordinator & Inspector

     The City of St. Augustine is currently seeking a temporary Projects Coordinator & Inspector. This position provides coordination, technical support, judgment and knowledge relative to the design and construction of Public Works and utilities projects for the City. Plans, schedules, conducts, and coordinates assigned projects; monitors projects for compliance to applicable codes, accepted engineering practices and City’s standards. Responsibilities include monitoring, inspecting and observing all phases and types of public works and utility construction projects including, but not limited to water and sewer lines, pumping stations, storm water systems, sidewalks, curbing and paving construction for adherence to approved contract documents, plans, specifications and City’s standards. Other responsibilities include right-of-way permits, road closures, field survey work, draft contract documents, design drawings using CAD, project cost estimates, and data collection.

     A Bachelor's degree in related field required. Additional education or certifications in Engineering, Engineering Technology or Construction from an accredited college or university is preferred. Minimum two years experience in engineering, project coordination and/or construction related to Utility and Public Works project design required.

     Must have underground utility construction experience.

     In lieu of the above stated degree requirement, the applicant may be considered if he/she can demonstrate six (6) years of progressive engineering and project coordination and construction experience directly related to Utility and Public Works project design.

     The position is a contract position through a 3rd party. Position is expected but not guaranteed to require 30 to 40 hours per week including night work, subject to construction schedules and delays. Must have reliable transportation, pass extensive background, physical and drug test. Position pays an hourly rate of $20.00.

 

  Civil Service:

Police Officer

The City of St. Augustine accepts applications for police officers year round, regardless of position availability. At this time there are currently NO available positions.

      Completion of Basic Police Standards Training and FDLE certification is required. The City will accept your application if you have completed the academy, but are waiting to take the state certification exam. HOWEVER, you will not be considered for an interview until you have passed the test and submitted proof of your passing. Applications will remain active for 6 months and submitted to the Police Department, if an opening occurs during that time. You will only be contacted if you are selected for an interview.

     Completed police application is to be brought to Human Resources (75 King Street, Lobby D, Second Floor), NOT to the Police Department.

      Starting annual salary is $40,951.56. Extensive background investigation, evaluation and drug screening conducted prior to hire. Please complete a police application and attach copies of all required documentation.

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