Part Time Temporary Scanner/Filing Clerk

Summary: This position is responsible for a variety of general office work and entry-level duties providing office support services to the Building Department. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Performs data entry as necessary. Scans building department documents and organizes server files appropriately. Performs routine secretarial duties including copying, filing, data entry, etc. Assists with the maintenance of building permit files. Performs other related duties as assigned. Education and/or Experience: A high school diploma or equivalent plus one year of customer service and general office experience that involves the operation of computers, office machinery, scanners and use of the Internet. Successful applicants must undergo a drug test, driver’s license and criminal history check. E.O.E, Drug Free Workplace. Veterans preference given. Email application to or fax to 305-289-4143. Applications may be found on the City website.

Grants Coordinator

Job Title: Grants Coordinator Category: Full-Time Salary: Commensurate with experience. Description: This position is responsible for researching grant programs, assisting departments in identifying grant priorities, writing grant applications, assisting others with grant applications, working with departments to ensure compliance with grant requirements, submitting reports, submitting invoices, maintaining grant files, and supporting audits for the City of Marathon. Closing Date: Open until Filled Qualifications: Completion of a business degree or experience in a related field is a plus. Work experience may be substituted for educational requirements in some cases. Minimum two (2) years experience in procurement, documentation and administration of grants required. Work experience must include documented word processing skills, organizational and inspection skills, and excellent written and verbal communication skills. In addition, a high level of community interest, understanding of planning and development processes, and familiarity of federal, state and municipal government is necessary. This position requires the ability to read site plans, permit applications, blue prints, engineer specifications, surveys and cad drawings. Position requires the operation of standard office equipment including personal computer. The ability to use GIS and specialized software is a plus. Proficiency in Excel is required. Attendance at committee meetings after regular working hours is required approximately once per month. Florida Drivers license required. Special Requirements: Successful applicants must undergo a drug test, driver’s license and criminal history check. Drug Free Workplace. E.O.E. Veterans’ preference given. Miscellaneous: E-mail resume and application to or fax to 289-4143.


City of Marathon Fire Rescue is currently accepting applications for Firefighter/Paramedic. Category: Full Time Base Salary: $44,129.28, plus holiday and incentive pay Retirement: State of Florida Chapter 175 plan. 5% Employee contribution, Six (6) year vesting and twenty (20) year normal retirement 3.5% multiplier, seven (7) year DROP, annual COLA. Optional 457 plan Description: Duties include but are not limited to: protects life and property, in compliance with Marathon Fire Rescue policies and procedures, by controlling and extinguishing fires, performing emergency medical techniques and patient care procedures, responding to disasters and other emergencies, and maintaining department equipment, apparatus and stations. Participates in fire prevention activities and training to improve public awareness of fire safety.  Drives and/or operates fire rescue apparatus or ambulances.  In addition, any other duties assigned by the Fire Chief or his designee. On call 24 hours pending and during disasters. Responds to fire alarms and other emergency calls.  Contains, suppresses and extinguishes fires; rescues potential victims and protects property.  Operates firefighting / EMS apparatus and equipment, including ambulances and other vehicles.  Administers emergency medical techniques (Basic Life Support or Advanced Life Support) in accordance with protocols. Closing Date: April 3, 2019, 5pm Qualifications: Must have a High School Diploma or GED. Must have the following: State of Florida Firefighter Minimum Standards Certification pursuant to Florida Statutes, Chapter 633 and Florida Paramedic Certification. Must hold a current Advanced Life Support card and current CPR certification. Trained, experienced and otherwise qualified to drive fire apparatus and emergency medical care vehicle, maintain the appropriate class of driver’s license and completion of an approved EVOC course in accordance with Florida Statutes. Click here for qualifications for the Physical Ability Test. Special Requirements: Successful applicants must undergo a drug test, driver’s license and criminal history check. E.O.E, Drug Free Workplace. Veteran’s preference given. Candidates …

Multi-Certified Building Inspector/Plans Examiner – Part time or Full time

Description: This position is responsible for on-site inspection within the Building Department, plans examination and review as well as enforcement of City Ordinances and Florida Statutes regulating building construction. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Performs inspections and keeps appointment schedules for the Building Department. Reviews building plans, specifications and checks calculations of complex buildings to ensure compliance with current building codes. Follows policies of on-site behavior and helps resolve code violations. Maintains licensing and training requirements per Florida Statutes. Interacts with Code Enforcement and assists with Stop Work Postings. Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with the general public, co-workers and members of diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds regardless of race, religion, age, sex, disability or political affiliation. Performs on-site inspections as necessary. Performs plan reviews of applications as necessary. Coordinates permit application routing and internal interactions among all City departments. Maintains department decisions through in-person, telephone, email and written documentation and communication on a daily basis. Salary: $50-$75K dependent on qualifications and skills. Education and/or Experience: High School Diploma or GED and State certification as an inspector or plans examiner is required. Residential Combination (One and Two Family Dwelling) Inspector or electrical/plumbing inspector certification. Must be physically capable of climbing ladders, stairways and onto rooftops. Exposure to flooding and /or hurricane forces may be required. Familiarity with fire-rated construction and the Florida Fire Code are preferred. Thorough familiarity with the Florida Building Code is required. Work experience must include documented word processing skills, and written and verbal communication skills. International Code Council certification preferred but not required. Language Skills: English / Spanish bilingual preferred, Oral and written. Other Skills and Abilities: Possess a valid Florida driver’s license. Ability to meet the public in person or over the telephone in a courteous and professional manner; work harmoniously with numerous personalities; have a high …