An Equal Employment and Affirmative Action Employer
It is the policy of the City of Miramar, as established by the City Commission, to provide Equal Opportunity in City employment for all persons and to prohibit discrimination in employment because of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital status or sexual preference.
This policy of Equal Opportunity insures that females and minorities are an integral part of every aspect of personnel policy and practices in the employment, development, advancement and treatment of employees of the City.
The City Manager is personally committed to the Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Programs and expects that all employees, from Director to Supervisor will share that commitment.
All levels of administration and supervision in the City of Miramar shall participate in the implementation of this policy and Department Directors shall make an annual review of the manner in which this policy is being observed throughout their jurisdiction.
Hiring and Selection
With the exception of high level professional and management positions, the City establishes employment registers by ranking applicants (candidates) according to their overall scores in practical, written and/or oral examinations. The applicants must be successful in all phases of testing to be placed on a register. Employment registers are valid for six months or more from the time they are established as specified in the recruitment plan. When a position becomes vacant, applicants on the register will be contacted to determine interest in the position.
Pre-employment Drug Screening
The City of Miramar subscribes to a drug-free workplace. After a job offer has been made, and accepted, but prior to appointment to a position with the City, all perspective employees are required to submit to drug screening. No person shall begin work for the City until results of the drug screen are obtained. A positive drug screen will void any job offer made by the City.
Each appointment to a position will be subject to a one year probationary period. Upon successful completion, the individual will become a permanent employee of the City.
An eligible veteran who enters the selection process shall receive preference points added to the total passing score earned in the examination as provided for in the Florida Statutes. To be eligible to receive these points, candidates MUST submit a copy of their DD214 (separation papers) at the time the application is submitted, and complete the Veteran's Employment Preference form available at the Human Resources Department, or on this website.
Confidentiality of Social Security Numbers
It is the policy of the City of Miramar Human Resources Department to collect and maintain social security numbers on behalf of all pension plan participants, beneficiaries and retirees for data collection, reconciliation, tracking, benefit processing, tax reporting and identity verification purposes. Social security numbers are also used as a unique numeric identifier and may be used for death record searches for retirees.
The information furnished below does not add to, replace, or supersede any collective bargaining agreements, personnel policies or rules or any other regulations of the City of Miramar.
How to Apply
Thank you for your interest in joining our team!
Create a personal profile
We hope this process works well for you.
Human Resources Director