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HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT

Human Resources is a customer oriented team dedicated to providing personnel services for the City and supporting the City of Tarpon Springs’ mission and vision.  The City of Tarpon Springs is a member of the International Public Management Association for Human Resources, Equal Opportunity Employer, Veterans’ Preference and Drug Free Workplace.  We encourage those interested in employment to complete an application or anyone needing detailed information concerning available jobs to come to the Human Resources Office located at:
City Hall
324 East Pine Street
Tarpon Springs, Florida 34689
Telephone 727-938-3711 or Email HR: HR2@ctsfl.us

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All job applicants selected for new employment with the City of Tarpon Springs will be offered employment conditioned upon the successful completion of a physical with Drug Screening. New employees must enroll in the direct deposit program within six months of employment.

ANY PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO REQUIRES A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE APPLICATION/SELECTION PROCESS SHOULD CALL THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT (727) 938-3711 IN ADVANCE.

 

CURRENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES WITH THE CITY OF TARPON SPRINGS

Updated September 21, 2022

Position:             CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER

Department:       POLICE

Hourly Rate:       $17.34 – $27.93 D.O.Q.

Under general supervision performs code enforcement activities throughout the City. Responsible for making presentations of violation records to City’s Code Enforcement Board. Pursues ordinance violations and prepares violation correspondence.

Education and experience: Minimum—High School Diploma/GED with at least one to two years’ experience in a code enforcement or law enforcement environment dealing with the public. Preferred—Associates degree in public administration or criminal justice, CEI, CEII, CEIII and specialized building code training, plus six months’ supervisory and/or trainer’s experience. An equivalent combination of experience and training may be substituted for education, experience and/or management experience requirements. Candidates must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License and have a working knowledge of computer operations. Position has contact with people under a wide variety of circumstances and works in varying weather conditions.

CLOSING DATE: OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Department:       TARPON SPRINGS POLICE DEPARTMENT

Hourly Rate:       $19.11 – $30.80 D.O.Q.  (Pending Approval of FY 23 Budget)

Maintains records, prepares receipts and uses various digital evidence management computer applications and associated equipment. Responsible for assisting with general evidence room duties pertaining to physical items of property. Procedures are well defined and must be strictly followed: however, reasonable initiative and independent judgement are required. Work is reviewed through observation, reports and results. Responsibilities include performing tasks involving the receipt, secure storage and transfer of digital evidence in a manner preserving the chain of custody; maintaining recording equipment and performing related data system administrative duties; retaining, releasing and disposing of records in accordance with state laws and regulations.

Education and experience: Minimum—High School Diploma/GED with at least two years’ clerical experience including typing, bookkeeping and computer/data entry. Excellent customer service skills are required. Certification as a Certified Evidence Specialist by the Property and Evidence Association of Florida as required by the Chief of Police within a designated time frame. Preferred—Two years of related law enforcement administrative support work that provides general knowledge of records management, with evidence unit experience preferred, as well as Police records processing. Working knowledge of MS Word and/or ACISS is desirable, as well as other experience in software applications. An equivalent combination of education, experience and training may be substituted for education, training and experience requirements. Candidates must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License, FCIC/NCIC limited access certification; must meet all pre-screening requirements, psychological examination, City’s background investigation, including fingerprinting.

CLOSING DATE: OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Department:       PUBLIC SERVICES – CITY GOLF COURSE

Hourly Starting Rate: $11.00

Serves food and beverages, operates cash register, maintains inventory, sets up and maintains dining area and greets customers in a courteous manner. Successful candidate must have a High School diploma or GED equivalency with at least six months of food and beverage experience; six to twelve months of cash handling and food and beverage service preferred. Prior Golf Course experience is a plus but not required.  An equivalent combination of training and experience may be substituted for the above requirements.  Must be able to work irregular hours including weekends and holidays.

Closing Date:  OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Department:       PROJECT ADMINISTRATION – Pending Approval of FY 23 Budget

Annual Salary Range: $55,956 – $90,147 D.O.Q.

Very responsible technical, contract administration, grants administration and  project management work involving grant writing, procurement administration, project management, project execution, supervision of assigned staff and technical evaluation of construction contracts, project plans and project activities. Takes responsibility for grant project planning, grant and project contract administration and construction oversight processes including assignments with potentially complex and diversified projects involving grant writing, grant management, project design, construction and review. Exercises considerable independent judgment in resolving problems and supervising technical activities. Assists the Project Administration Director and Assistant Director with various administrative functions of the department as assigned. Education/Experience: six (6) years’ grant writing, engineering, public administration or construction management, contract administration or directly related experience in grant writing and project management experience or training; or a Bachelor’s degree in   engineering, public administration, construction management, contract administration plus 3 years’ experience as described above; or an equivalent combination of education,  experience and professional licensure/certifications may be considered by the City. Projects Management Certification such as PMCP is preferred. Consideration may be given to other highly desirable knowledge, skills, abilities and credentials relevant to the position. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s license.

Closing Date:  OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Department:       PUBLIC SERVICES – CITY CEMETERY

Hourly Rate:       $12.94

Under general supervision performs a variety of maintenance and lawn/landscaping duties such as mowing, raking, trimming, irrigation system maintenance and general grounds maintenance. Provides customer service including sales, as assigned. Provides assistance at funeral services, including witnessing, burials, preparing area for service, coordinating with service providers, locating burials, directing traffic and providing other assistance as required. Provides primary cemetery coverage including customer service. Required education and experience: High School diploma or GED plus at least one year of experience as a laborer with related lawn maintenance or similar outdoor labor experience. Preferred requirements: previous experience as a cemetery maintenance worker is preferred, as well as previous customer service experience. A combination of training and/or experience may be substituted at the discretion of the City, for required education and experience. Must possess and retain a valid Florida Driver’s License.

Closing Date:      OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Department:       CULTURAL & CIVIC SERVICES

Hourly Range:    $14.26 – $22.98 D.O.Q.

This is an advanced paraprofessional position which requires considerable knowledge of library procedures. The incumbent works under a Librarian’s direction, with some independence, and exercises good judgment. Clerical duties include but are not limited to issuing library cards, maintaining patron database, handling interlibrary loan requests, training patrons in use of computers and library resources. The position requires computer/internet skills, cash handling, and ability to balance figures. The successful candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university, preferably with graduate courses in library science. One to two years’ library experience is required, with two to three years of library experience preferred. An equivalent combination of training and experience may be substituted at the City’s discretion. This position involves occasional semi-arduous work which includes lifting, reaching, etc.  Hours and days vary, with evening and weekend work required.  Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License.

Closing Date:       OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Department:       UTILITIES CUSTOMER SERVICE DIVISION

Hourly Range:    $15.72 – $25.33 D.O.Q.

Incumbent in this position conducts the reading of in-ground water meters along scheduled routes using handheld or laptop computer; tests water meters for accuracy; turns water service on and off as directed; maintains and repairs meter boxes and other meter/radio read devices; uploads and downloads meter information and produces data reports. Candidates must possess a high school diploma or GED equivalency and a valid Florida Driver License. FW&PCOA Backflow Tester and Backflow Repair Certifications required within one year of hire. Must have a working knowledge of computers, including Windows and various meter reading applications. Minimum experience—at least one year of experience in utilities field services. Preferred experience– Two years’ experience in utilities field services, preferably in municipal government. An equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be substituted at City’s discretion. Applicants must be physically able to perform manual labor of varying degrees under a variety of weather conditions and be able to deal effectively with the public.

CLOSING DATE: OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Department:       PUBLIC SERVICES

Hourly Rate:       $17.34 – $27.93 D.O.Q.

Treatment plant apprenticeship position providing on-the-job experience and knowledge for achieving licensing/certification in the assigned area of operations. Under general operator supervision, learns to perform skilled work in operation and maintenance of the reverse osmosis (RO) water facility, ensuring compliance with all state and federal regulatory criteria and all safety policies and procedures. Receives instruction in Operations, Process Analyses and Technical Training. Assists in other functions as assigned. Education: Required—High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Preferred: Associate’s or higher degree in chemistry, biology or related field. Vocational/specialized training in the area of treatment operations. Prior Water operations coursework or experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Successful completion of testing for Florida DEP Class “C” Water Treatment Operator’s License is preferred. Successful completion of testing for Florida DEP Class “C” Water Treatment Plant Operator’s License required within 1 year of hire. Florida DEP Class “C” Water Treatment Plant Operator’s License required within 2 years of employment. Class “B” (CDL) License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement required within 180 days of employment, depending on area of assignment.

CLOSING DATE: OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Position:             POLICE DISPATCHER

Department:       TARPON SPRINGS POLICE

Minimum Hourly Rate: $18.20 PER HOUR

Performs skilled emergency service work receiving emergency 911 and non-emergency requests for police assistance; determines nature/urgency of calls, initiating police or other emergency personnel action and maintaining close contact with field units to monitor response and needed support requirements. Candidates must have a High School Diploma or GED and should possess one to three years’ experience performing law enforcement related clerical, secretarial or communication dispatching duties, preferably in a municipal law enforcement environment. Strongly prefer candidates with at least one year experience in full time police dispatch, data entry and computer aided dispatch.  Experience in customer service and dealing with the public in normal and adverse conditions is helpful. Computer experience with Word, Excel and other data entry.  An equivalent combination of education and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be substituted. Must work rotating shifts.  (Days, evenings, and midnights).

Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License.

Closing Date:     OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Department:       PUBLIC SERVICES – RECREATION DIVISION

Minimum Hourly Rate: $14.00

BASIC REQUIREMENTS:

Successful candidates must have a High School diploma or GED with one to two years of experience in the recreation field and at least six months of supervisory experience is preferred.  This position is responsible for a variety of duties at assigned City recreational facilities including supervising established programs for adults and children.  Also responsible for distributing, collecting, and operating equipment, policing grounds and closing facilities.  An equivalent combination of education/training and experience may be substituted for required experience requirements.  Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License.   CPR and AED Certifications required.

CLOSING DATE: OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Department:     PUBLIC SERVICES – RECREATION DIVISION Hourly Rate:    $13.58 Closing Date:   OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Description/Requirements: Successful candidates must have a High School diploma or GED with one to two years’ experience in the recreation field and at least six months of supervision experience is preferred. This position is responsible for a variety of duties at one of the City’s recreational facilities including supervising established programs for adults and children. Also responsible for distributing, collecting, and operating equipment, policing grounds and closing facilities. An equivalent combination of education/training and experience may be substituted for required experience requirements. Must have a valid Florida Driver’s License. CPR and AED Certifications required.

Position:             SANITATION SUPERVISOR

Department:       PUBLIC WORKS

Annual Salary:    $46,035 – $74,164 D.O.Q.

Closing Date:     OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Under limited direction of the Facilities Management Superintendent, provides supervisory, administrative and customer service support within the Public Works Department relating to contracted solid waste hauling, yard waste and recycling services to the residents and businesses of the City of Tarpon Springs. Assists the Facilities Management Superintendent and Public Works Director through project management, supervision and assignment of workers, as needed. Oversees solid waste pickup throughout the service area including recycling and yard waste. Responds to concerns, inquiries and complaints from the general public, providing information, assistance and/or resolution. Required: High School Diploma or GED equivalency plus one year of supervisory experience. Preferred: Two or more years of supervisory experience, as well as one to two years of applicable related experience, preferably in a municipal government setting. An equivalent combination of education/training and experience may be substituted for the required education/training and experience, at the City’s discretion. The successful candidate must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s license.

Department:       PROCUREMENT

Annual Salary Range:  $43,843 – $70,632 D.O.Q.

Under limited supervision, performs specialized work in the procurement of commodities and services in connection with the operation of a municipal government entity. Essential functions include but are not limited to bid/contract/RFP coordination functions—creation and review of specifications, bid documents and openings, contract preparation and signing; purchasing processing and coordination functions—purchase order processing, purchase requisition review, preparation/issue and posting of requisitions and purchase orders, assisting in administration of Purchasing Card program, participating in Pinellas County Co-Operative bidding process, training of new employees as necessary, interviewing salespersons/vendors, collecting, tabulating and analyzing bids, conducting studies and collecting data on current market conditions; inventory functions—ordering of all stock inventory—plumbing, vehicle maintenance and central stores, maintenance of fixed assets, records, tags, performance of annual fixed asset inventory. Qualifications: Associate degree in business management, accounting, economics or related field. CPPB certification required plus 3—5 years’ experience in procurement for a government agency. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted for required education and/or experience, at the City’s discretion. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s license.

Closing Date:     OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Position:             TECHNICIAN I – PARKS & PARKWAYS

Department:       PUBLIC WORKS

Hourly Range:    $13.58 – $21.88 D.O.Q.

Performs a variety of maintenance duties for parks and parkways including mowing grass, raking, hauling brush/trash, pruning, painting, pesticide application and laying brick. Prepares and maintains playing fields; installs and repairs sprinkler systems, chain link fences and pumps. Must have the ability to identify and solve problems with turf and irrigation systems. Successful candidate must have a High School diploma or GED. Six months to one year of experience in lawn and/or parks maintenance, ball field preparation, irrigation and pesticides is preferred; may require certification in turf maintenance or pesticide license upon hire. Qualified candidates must possess and retain a valid Florida Driver’s license.  Must be physically able to perform manual labor of varying degrees of difficulty and in varying weather conditions, including the ability to lift 100 pounds and climb 20 feet. Previous experience in the operation of various types of machinery and equipment is preferred.

Closing Date:     OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Position:             TECHNICIAN I – STREETS

Department:       PUBLIC WORKS

Hourly Range:    $13.58 – $21.88 D.O.Q.

Under general supervision, performs a variety of maintenance duties for the Streets and Stormwater division of Public Works Department, such as concrete finishing, concrete forming, asphalt labor, roadway cleaning/clearing, storm drain repair, construction labor and other related duties.  High School Diploma or GED equivalency is required; vocational/specialized training in heavy equipment operations is preferred. At least 1 year of experience as a laborer is required; 2 or more years’ experience as a concrete finisher or asphalt experience is preferred. Position requires a valid Florida Commercial Driver’s License; a valid Florida Class B Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) with Air Brake endorsement required within 180 days of employment.

CLOSING DATE: OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Position:             WASTEWATER COLLECTION TECHNICIAN III

Department:       PUBLIC SERVICES

Wage Range:      $19.11 – $30.80 D.O.Q.

Closing Date:     OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Under supervision, performs specialized and complex work to support the daily operations of the City’s wastewater collection system, including the construction, maintenance and repair of system components to ensure the maximum efficiency and effectiveness of wastewater collection. Provides leadership and assists in supervising subordinate division personnel. Works productively with staff for efficient and compliant operations. Assists in other functions as assigned. Education: Required— High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Preferred—Associate’s or higher degree in chemistry, biology or related field. Vocational/specialized training in the area of wastewater utility operations. Prior Wastewater or Water coursework or experience. Experience: Required—at least 4 years of experience in public wastewater systems maintenance and repair. At least 1 year of prior supervisory experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Florida minimum Level “B” Wastewater Collection Certification is required. Ability to obtain Florida Level “A” Wastewater Collection Certification required within 2 years of position appointment, as determined by the City.  Ability to obtain Class “B” (CDL) License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement required within 180 days of employment, as determined by the City.

Department:       PUBLIC SERVICES

Annual Salary:    $39,768 – $64,066 D.O.Q.

Under general supervision, performs operations and maintenance assignments in addition to custodial tasks related to the operations of the Wastewater Treatment Plant.  Collects and computes routine and special daily samples, readings and data, and records data into computer.  Operates sludge processing equipment and loading operation, monitoring and adjusting processes as needed.  Performs maintenance duties in plant and on facility grounds. At the direction of the Chief Wastewater Plant Operator, evaluates and maintains required files and records and prepares various reports as required.  Ensures that operations meet all regulatory requirements. Performs maintenance duties in plant and on grounds.  Education: Required— High School Diploma or GED equivalency.   Vocational education or training in wastewater operations. Experience: Required— 1.5 years of FT experience as an operator in a wastewater treatment facility. Preferred—Three years of constructive experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Florida Class “C” Wastewater Plant Operator’s License is required. Depending on area of assignment, Class “B” (CDL) License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement required within 180 of employment.  May be required to work any shift, weekends, and holidays.

Closing Date:      OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Position:                WASTEWATER SERVICE WORKER

Department:          PUBLIC SERVICES

Hourly Rate:          $15.72 – $25.33 D.O.Q.

Wastewater Collection Technician apprenticeship position providing on-the-job experience and knowledge for achieving licensing/certification in the assigned area of operations. Under general technical supervision, performs skilled and semi-skilled work in the installation, maintenance and repair of wastewater system components in the field or at the treatment facility. Works productively with staff for efficient and compliant operations. Assists in other functions as assigned. Education: Required—High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Preferred: Associate’s or higher degree in chemistry, biology or related field. Vocational/specialized training in the area of wastewater utility operations. Prior Wastewater or Water operations coursework or experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Successful completion of testing for Florida Wastewater Collection Certification Level “C” is preferred. Successful completion of testing for Florida Wastewater Collection Certification Level “C” required within 1 year of employment. Florida Wastewater Collection Certification Level “C” required within 2 years of employment. Class “B” (CDL) License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement required within 180 of employment, depending on area of assignment.

CLOSING DATE:  OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Annual Salary: $41,755—$67,268 D.O.Q. Open Until Filled

Under limited supervision, performs highly skilled work in the operation of the reverse osmosis water facility, ensuring compliance with all state and federal regulatory criteria and all safety policies and procedures. Serves as the technical lead for treatment plant operations for the assigned shift as determined by the Chief Operator. Performs work as assigned in the operation and maintenance of water facilities, including wells, outfall, injection well, Splash Park and distribution system. Assists in developing recommended maintenance/testing/improvement/project plans, work prioritization and planning, coordination with other staff/departments and oversight of related projects or contractors. Assists in other functions as assigned. Education: Required— High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Water operations courses C, B, A. Preferred—Associate’s or higher degree in chemistry, biology or related field. Vocational/specialized training in the area of Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment operations. Experience: Required—at least 5 years of experience in treatment plant operations which include laboratory and maintenance duties. Preferred—same as above  with at least 1 year of successful supervisory experience. Prior reverse osmosis water treatment plant operation and management experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Florida DEP Class “A” Water Treatment Plant Operator’s License is required. Class “B” (CDL) with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement may be required within 180 of employment, depending on area of assignment.

Annual Salary: $39,767—$64,065 D.O.Q. Open Until Filled

Under limited supervision, performs highly skilled work in the operation of the reverse osmosis water facility, ensuring compliance with all state and federal regulatory criteria and all safety policies and procedures. Serves as the technical lead for treatment plant operations for the assigned shift as determined by the Chief Operator. Performs work as assigned in the operation and maintenance of water facilities, including wells, outfall, injection well, Splash Park and distribution system. May assist in developing recommended maintenance/testing/improvement/project plans, work prioritization and planning, coordination with other staff/departments and oversight of related projects or contractors. Assists in other functions as assigned. Education: Required— High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Water operations courses C and B. Preferred—Associate’s or higher degree in chemistry, biology or related field. Vocational/specialized training in the area of Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment operations. Experience: Required—at least 3 years of experience in treatment plant operations which include laboratory and maintenance duties. Preferred—same as above  with prior reverse osmosis water treatment plant operational experience. Licensure/Certification:  Florida DEP Class “B” Water Treatment Plant Operator’s License is required. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Depending on area of assignment, Florida Class “B” (CDL) with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement is required within 180 days of employment.

Position:             UTILITY OPERATOR/WATER PLANT OPERATOR “C”

Department:       PUBLIC SERVICES

Hourly Rate:       $18.20 – $29.33 D.O.Q.

Closing Date:     OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Under general supervision, performs skilled work in the operation of the reverse osmosis water facility, ensuring compliance with all state and federal regulatory criteria and all safety policies and procedures.  Performs work as assigned in the operation and maintenance of water facilities including the wells, outfall, injection well, Splash Park and distribution system. May assist in developing recommended maintenance/testing/improvement/project plans, work prioritization and planning, coordination with other staff/departments and oversight of related projects or contractors. Assists in other functions as assigned. Education: Required—High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Water operations course C. Preferred—Associate’s or higher degree in chemistry, biology or related field. Vocational/specialized training in the area of Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment operations. Experience: Required—at least 1 year of experience in treatment plant operations which includes laboratory and maintenance duties.   Preferred—same as above with prior reverse osmosis water treatment plant operational experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Florida DEP Class “C” Water Treatment Plant Operator’s License is required. Class “B” (CDL) with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement is required within 180 of employment, depending on area of assignment.

Department:       PUBLIC SERVICES

Hourly Rate:       $16.51 – $26.60 D.O.Q.

Water Distribution Technician apprenticeship position providing on-the-job experience and knowledge for achieving licensing/certification in the assigned area of operations. Under general operator supervision, performs skilled and semi-skilled work in the installation, maintenance and repair of water and reclaimed water pipes, valves, meters, fire hydrants and other water system components in the field or at the treatment facility. Works productively with staff for efficient and compliant operations. Assists in other functions as assigned. Education: Required—High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Preferred: Associate’s or higher degree in chemistry, biology or related field. Vocational/specialized training in the area of water utility operations. Prior Wastewater or Water operations coursework or experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Successful completion of testing for Florida DEP Level III Water Distribution Operator’s License is preferred. Successful completion of testing for Florida DEP Level III Water Distribution Operator’s License required within 1 year of employment. Florida DEP Level III Water Distribution Operator’s License required within 2 years of employment. Class “B” (CDL) License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement required within 180 of employment, depending on area of assignment.

Closing Date:  OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Position:             WATER SUPPLY PROTECTION SPECIALIST II

Department:       PUBLIC SERVICES

Hourly Range:    $16.51 – $26.60 D.O.Q.

Closing Date:     OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Under limited supervision, performs various licensed and/or certified technical duties related to the protection of the public water supply, including meter repair and backflow operations, distribution system maintenance and repair, and water quality monitoring and assessment.

Education: Required— High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Certification in backflow testing and repair is required within 6 months of employment. Preferred—Vocational/technical school training in backflow testing, backflow repairs. Experience: Required—At least one (1) year of experience in utilities activities, including meter and backflow installation, water distribution systems or plumbing works. Preferred—Two or more years of experience in plumbing and utilities activities. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License.  Must be at least a FDEP Level 3 Water Distribution System Operator, or obtain such license within one (1) year of starting the position. Advanced licensure is strongly encouraged with this position. A Florida Class “B” (CDL) License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement is required within 180 days of employment, depending on area of assignment.