Application available at City Hall, 23718 W US Hwy 27, 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., Monday – Thursday or online at www.highsprings.us. Applications only accepted at City Hall HR.
CITY PLANNER – Full-time position. Performs professional work in urban design, zoning, land use and site planning. Comprehensive Planning and Development Review. Bachelor’s degree in urban planning, architecture, or related field and three (3) years planning experience preferred. Salary $24.04 Hourly plus benefits
RECREATION COORDINATOR – Part-time Position (20 hours weekly). Responsible for scheduling recreational fields and facilities, coordinating the rental of facilities, provide help with the routine maintenance of fields and facilities, assist director with projects that relate directly to facilities, as well as providing insight on potential capital projects that relate directly to the parks and recreation facilities. Responsible for the oversight of youth programs, scheduling tournaments, one day programs, as well as part time programs and special events. Salary: $12.50 hourly.
PARKS MAINTENANCE WORKER – Responsible for grounds keeping, landscaping and maintenance in parks and recreation facilities. Salary $12.50 hourly plus benefits.
Service Worker I – Public Works – Streets. General maintenance involving streets, signs, parks, buildings and cemeteries. Will involve operation of lawn mowers, tractors and other maintenance and construction equipment. High school graduation and two (2) years related experience. Valid FL DL required. (Salary: $12.00 hourly plus benefits) Full time position.
Custodial Service Worker I-Public WORKS FACILITIES. Facilities/Maintenance. General cleaning and light maintenance of city buildings. Valid FL DL required. (Salary: $12.50 hourly. Full time position.
THE CITY OF HIGH SPRINGS IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
Successful applicants must undergo pre-employment physical and substance testing, and background investigation prior to final approval. All applications are subject to Florida Public Records Laws.
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