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 HR@ci.marathon.fl.us or fax to 305-289-4143. Applications may be found on the City website.

Parks and Recreation Maintenance Worker-Full Time

Salary: Based on qualifications. Summary: This position is responsible for performing semi-skilled work in repairing and maintaining property and grounds at the City’s Parks and Beaches using a variety of machines, tools and equipment. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Performs maintenance and improvements on City Park buildings, streets and property. Performs upkeep and maintenance on City parks and recreation and maintenance equipment per schedule in accordance with safety standards. Performs predictive, preventative maintenance, trouble shooting and other related tasks which require the ability to make inspections of equipment, buildings and facilities, identify repairs required, determine appropriate repairs and materials needed and report all such activities in writing. Proficient in the use of hand tools, saws, drills, chain saws, sanders etc. to perform carpentry related tasks, landscaping, light plumbing, electrical repairs and/or masonry work on City properties. Knowledge of irrigation systems to perform routine maintenance on pressurized and drip irrigation systems. Non-Essential Duties & Responsibilities: Operates trucks and light street repair equipment. Patches asphalt and or cement, may work in conjunction with contractors on street repairs. Operate painting equipment in order to paint crosswalks, curbs and traffic lane markings. Checks equipment and sets out and picks up traffic control devices. Repairs /replaces roofing. Assists with Citywide hurricane preparedness including installing hurricane shutters on City buildings Replaces, maintains and install signs on City properties. Loads and unloads materials for City departments. Shovel dirt or sand in making trenches or other excavations. Clean culverts and catch basins to provide Storm-water systems maintenance. Other related duties as assigned. Education and/or Experience: High School Diploma or G.E.D., with a minimum of three years experience in building and grounds maintenance, and machinery operations. Possess or the ability to obtain a State of Florida driver’s license. Special Requirements: Successful applicants must undergo a drug test, driver’s license and criminal history …

Maintenance Worker-Utilities

Job Title: Maintenance Worker Category: Full Time Salary: DOQ Description: This position is responsible for performing  semi-skilled work in  repairing and maintaining City wastewater treatment plants and collection systems, drainage systems and other City facilities using a variety of machines, tools, equipment and heavy machinery. Mechanical, electronic and electrical skill is preferred. Requires a class “B” CDL to be obtained within 6 months of hire. Skilled operation of heavy machinery including but not limited to jet/vac truck, backhoe, dump truck, septic pump truck and bobcat desired. Will train the right individual if selected for hire. Performs routine operations and maintenance of vacuum collection system, wastewater collection mains, lift stations, storm water catch basins, cleaning of City facilities  and City wastewater treatment plants. Performs routine operations and maintenance of City equipment, which may include but not be limited to the jet/vac truck, septic pump truck, pickup trucks, television inspection cameras, chainsaws, mowers, weed eaters, various pumps, mechanical equipment, valves and other related wastewater equipment. Able to performs predictive, preventative maintenance, trouble shooting and other related tasks which require the ability to make inspections of equipment, building and collection system facilities, identify repairs required, determine appropriate repairs and materials needed and report all such activities in writing. Knowledge of standard safety practices, precautions, and potential occupational hazards in the work required.  Ability to recognize biological hazards, hazardous chemical conditions, and confined space hazards. Also Maintenance of Traffic standards to be observed. Be on call for emergency after hours calls. May be required to perform on-call emergency services during off-duty hours.  Assists with City wide hurricane preparedness.  Install hurricane shutters. Other related duties as assigned. Closing Date: Open until Filled Qualifications: High School Diploma or G.E.D. Preferred experience in construction trades (mechanical, electrical, plumbing, welding, etc.) Knowledge of standard practices, methods and materials used in …

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 hr@ci.marathon.fl.us or fax to 289-4143.

Building Permit Tech.-Full Time or Part Time

Job Title: Building Permit Technician Category: Full Time or Part time Salary: $15.00-$17.00 hourly Description: This position is responsible for a variety of specialized office work and professional level duties providing office support services to the Building Department. Excellent customer service skills required. Performs front‑line counter work receiving and processing a variety of documents. Reviews various permits and applications to ensure compliance with City code and administrative procedures. Performs data entry into the City database to add and update contractors’ files and add results of daily inspections. Must have the ability to deal with customer complaints and inquiries by providing an explanation of City policy on a wide variety  of topics. Experience required in  routine clerical duties including scanning, copying, filing, data entry, etc. Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications: A high school diploma or general education degree (GED) plus two years of general office experience that involves the operation of office machinery and use of office software, and the internet.  At least two years experience working directly with the public. International Code Council first year Permit Technician certificate preferred but not required. Miscellaneous: Email resume and application to HR@ci.marathon.fl.us, fax to 305-289-4143, or drop off at City Hall. Successful applicants must undergo a drug test, drivers license and background check.  EOE. Drug free workplace. Veterans preference given. Click here for employment application.      

Right of Way Technician

Full time position This position is responsible for performing semi-skilled work maintaining street right of ways and grounds using a variety of machines, tools and equipment. Perform general labor maintenance and service work on City’s right of ways, including but not limited to: mowing, tree trimming, weed and pest control and trash disposal. Must be able to operate, maintain, and perform service work on landscaping equipment such as weed cutters, blowers, small engines, and all other normal maintenance equipment.  Assist in asphalt and concrete repair and replacement. Assist with Citywide hurricane preparedness. Other duties as assigned. Salary range $15.00-$19.00 hourly DOQ. Experience required: 2 yrs performing landscape maintenance and some general maintenance experience preferred. High school diploma or GED required, ability to obtain MOT certification or other licenses as required.  Valid Florida Drivers License required.  Commercial Driver’s License is a plus. Successful applicants must undergo a drug test, drivers license and background check. E.O.E. Drug Free Workplace. Veterans’ preference given. Email resume and application to HR@ci.marathon.fl.us or fax to 305-289-4143.  

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 …