The City of Sebastian is proud to be a Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
Applications are accepted for open positions only, and must be fully completed. Resumes only are not accepted in lieu of an application; however, one can be submitted with an application as supplemental information if you so desire.
Information on all job postings and applications are available in the Administrative Services Department. A touch-tone phone is required to utilize this service. To be considered for a position, an application along with a High School Diploma or G.E.D. must be received on or prior to the closing date of the position. If you are still attending High School, please submit a birth certificate in lieu of the High School Diploma.
Some positions may close without notice; therefore it is the applicant’s responsibility to contact the Administrative Services Department or Human Resources regarding the status of the application.
Once an application is received, it will be screened by the Human Resources staff. The screening process consists of comparing the information provided by the applicant on the application against the qualifications and requirements listed in the job advertisement. Applicants whose education (if applicable), work experience, skills, and training most closely match the qualifications listed in the advertisement may be called in for testing, interviewing, and any other pre-selection processing.
Selected candidates must undergo a complete background check, a reference check, a criminal history check (FDLE if applicable), a pre-employment physical examination, a pre-employment drug test screening, and a post-job offer medical history questionnaire.
Applications will remain on file for a period of 180 days from the date an application is received. Once an application becomes inactive, a new application must be completed.
If you are seeking information on the current status of a position for which you have applied, you may call 772-388-8222 and a Human Resources Representative will provide an update on the status of the position.
More information and Applications are available in the Human Resources Department.
Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.