Temporary Ocean Lifeguard Program (New): Tryouts will be held on Saturday, January 24, 2015 at 7:00 a.m. at the Rockledge High School Pool at 220 Rockledge Avenue, Rockledge, Florida. You must be present for tryouts to be considered for a position for the 2015 Season.
Temporary Ocean Lifeguard Program (Returning Lifeguards): Tryouts for individuals who have previously been employed as a Brevard County Ocean Lifeguard will be held on Saturday, January 24, 2015 at 7:00 a.m. at the Rockledge High School Pool at 220 Rockledge Avenue, Rockledge, Florida. You must be present for tryouts to be considered for a position for the 2015 Season.
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Animal Services & Enforcement Department - Open Jobs
The Brevard County Animal Services and Enforcement function will be transferring to the Brevard County Sheriff's Office effective October 1, 2014. In order to be considered for a position in Animal Services and Enforcement, you must apply online at
Brevard County applications for employment are accepted only for those positions currently posted on the Brevard County Job Opportunity Listings page
. This listing is updated weekly.
An Employment Application System (EASY) user account
is required to apply for an listed position. A separate application must be submitted for each job number. Please make note of your user name and password for future reference.
If you forget your EASY account password, you can have it reset by using the Forgot Password page
Your application must be
received by Human Resources no later than 12:00 a.m. on the day the position closes. To receive Veteran's Preference, Veterans' Preference documentation (Form DD-214) must be submitted and must include a copy of an official document showing dates of service and type of discharge.
Positions may be filled in as few as four weeks, but some may take longer.
After the job closes, the hiring authority reviews all applications, selects the best qualified candidate(s) and schedules interviews. Applicants under final consideration will be given a pre-employment drug screening in accordance with County policy for positions designated "safety sensitive". Upon completion of the pre-employment process, and if the position is still approved to be filled, the best qualified candidate will be contacted by a Personnel Officer.
Brevard County Benefits For Both Part Time And Full Time Permanent Employees
* Part time permanent employees receive leave accrual and holidays on a pro rata basis.
- 12 Vacation Days per Year *
- 11 Paid Holidays per Year *
- 12 Sick Days per Year *
- Participation in the Florida Retirement System
- Direct Deposit
- Deferred Compensation Program
For Full-Time Permanent Employees Only
- Health & Life Insurance
- Dental, Vision, and Dependent Health Insurance available at group rates
Typing Test Information
Typing Test Schedule
8:00 AM to 11:00 AM /
2:00 PM to 4:30 PM
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
For each clerical position requiring a minimum typing speed, applications are accepted only after the applicant has submitted written proof of the minimum required typing speed. Written verification of your typing test must be submitted with each application. It is your responsibility to be tested and provide proof of test scores by the last date and time to apply.
Testing will be administered at the Government Center in the Office of Human Resources, Bldg B, Second Floor, 2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way, Viera, FL, 32940, during the above times.
We will also accept written verification of current typing test scores from other agencies. The verification must be on official letterhead indicating: (1) gross and net words per minute (2) the date the test was administered.
Typing scores are valid for one year from test date.
Veteran's Preference in appointment applies when candidates are considered substantially equally qualified for a position.
In that case, pursuant to Florida law, the veteran must be given preference.