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Thank you for your interest in the City of Ocoee. The City is currently accepting applications for the following position(s)
Applications are accepted only when applying for an open position. For an application, click on Employment Applications on the right.   

Recreation Aide – Parks and Recreation Department
(Part-Time 20-25 hours per week, MUST be able to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends)
Pay Grade - 1 - $10.66/Hour
Closing Date – Friday, November 21, 2014 (Close of business)


Maintenance Worker – Mow Crew - Public Works Department
Possess, or obtain within 12 months of hire a Florida Work Zone Traffic Control Safety Certification and a Florida Stormwater, Erosion and Sedimentation Control Inspector Certification.This position is part of the mow crew team in the Public Works Department.
Pay Grade - 2 - $24,480/Annually
Closing Date – Friday, November 21, 2014 (Close of business)

Police Officer – Police Department
Starting Salary - $40,500
Accepting Applications from CERTIFIED Police Officers
Closing Date – Friday, November 21, 2014 (Close of business)

Fire Chief - Fire Department - Reopened
Ocoee is a demographically diverse community covering a 15.5 square mile area in West Orange County, Florida.  Ocoee is in the metropolitan Orlando area and is the 3rd largest city in Orange County.  While the City’s residential population is close to 40,000, the daytime population swells due to the concentration of businesses located within Ocoee.  The City is home to a hospital which is part of the Orlando Regional Health Services, one of the largest healthcare providers in Central Florida.

Ocoee Fire Department
Ocoee has focused on providing the most effective and efficient services possible.
  This philosophy carries over into the City’s public safety operations.  Currently, the Ocoee Fire department has 46 firefighters operating out of four stations throughout the community.  The Ocoee Fire department has an active training program and is 100 percent compliant with NFPA Standard 1001 with an average of 12 years of service by an Ocoee firefighter.OFD responds to over 4450 calls last year and places a strong emphasis on emergency medical service (EMS).  Further, the department is responsible for the protection of one of the stretches of the states highway system – State Road 50, 408, 429, and the turnpike.  Ocoee has more than 12,802 housing units (from 2010 census) with 10% being multi-family dwellings.
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Closing Date – December 15, 2014 (Close of business)

GIS Analyst – Support Services Department
The GIS and IT staff positions have been integrated to form a six-person technology group in the Support Services Department.  The City seeks a GIS Analyst who can participate in the development and deployment of new online services and enhanced data creation processes.  Cartographic skills and knowledge of street addressing are essential, with prior experience using GIS to develop products related to economic development and urban planning being a fundamental requirement.  The ideal candidate will be able to expertly extend these products to provide a number of traditional and advanced geospatial products and services.  In addition to being able to create and edit spatial data in raster and vector forms, the preferred candidate will be experienced in website development and online services using ArcGIS Server and Geocortext.   See job description for all the requirements for this position.
Pay Grade 5 - Starting Salary - $40,800  depends on experience
Closing Date – Open until filled

Recently CLOSED Positions
Accounting Assistant - Finance Department - Position offered
Fill-in Crossing Guard - Police Department - Applications being reviewed
Fire Chief - Fire Department - Applications being reviewed
Fire Inspector - Fire Department - Written test scheduled, letters mailed
Firefighter/Paramedic - Fire Department -
Written test scheduled, letters mailed
IT Business Analyst - Support Services - Interviews scheduled
Municipal Records Coordinator - City Clerk's Office - Applications being reviewed
Park Service Worker - Position Offered
Police Officer - Police Department - Positions Offered
Recreation Leader - Parks & Recreation - Position Offered



Benefits for Full Time Employees:  Flexible Schedules (9/80 schedule which provides every other Friday off), City Paid Benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Short/Long Term Disability Plans), 70% Family Health Insurance Coverage, On-site Employee Health Center, Guaranteed Retirement Pension Plan (7 year Vesting), Tuition Reimbursement and MUCH MORE! Please visit our Benefits page for more information on the outstanding Benefits package offered by the City. City of Ocoee Benefits

Equal Opportunity Employer

The City of Ocoee is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity. Employment decisions shall be made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, marital status, political affiliation or sexual orientation.

The City of Ocoee is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with Equal Employment Opportunity guidelines and the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Ocoee provides reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.
The City of Ocoee Equal Employment Opportunity Plan. EEO Plan

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