Hillsborough County Government is looking for new members to join our team who are aligned with our core values of commitment to excellence; stellar customer service; and embracing diversity, transparency, and accountability. Our employees enjoy careers that are professionally and personally rewarding and that provide fair and reliable compensation.
Hillsborough County Government consists of many independent agencies with over 9,000 combined employees. We provide a wide range of municipal services to the citizens of Hillsborough County , including law enforcement, detention, fire, street construction and maintenance, courts, library, parks and recreation, planning and zoning, property appraisal, tax collection, water, sewer, and solid waste collection services. In addition, we also employ professionals, paraprofessionals, and clerical staff in a wide range of service support functions, including management, finance, information technology, human resources, facilities, communications, etc.
Learn more about Hillsborough County or read on to learn more about this exciting opportunity to join our team.
Note : The following duties are illustrative and not exhaustive. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.
Works to coordinate and successfully implement priority projects. Interacts with elected officials, department director, and other relevant staff to accomplish research, planning, and project facilitation.
Supports the County's intergovernmental and legislative plan.
Staffs assigned BOCC citizen committees and/ or task forces.
Coordinates to generate support and assistance for grant applications.
Works to coordinate and successfully implement priority projects as assigned by the Intergovernmental and Legislative Affairs Director.
Assists in the development and implementation of intergovernmental objectives and strategies.
Coordinates and organizes legislative proposals; evaluates pending legislation; communicates issues to BOCC, Administration, staff and legislative delegations; interfaces with county contract lobbyists and various governmental and community associations; travels as necessary to accomplish assigned objectives.
Provides staff support for assigned Board committees and task forces as directed in Administrative Directive 05: "Designated County Administrator staff support to authorities, board and councils may include research, analysis, attendance and notation at meetings, as well as the preparation of a staff report to the BOCC."
Coordinates with appropriate county staff to secure support from local, state, and/or federal interests, and provides general grants assistance as directed.
Performs other related duties as required.
Note: Minimum Qualifications MUST be attained before the recruitment ending date.
A Bachelor's degree with a major in Business or Public Administration; and
One year of experience developing and implementing policies, objectives and strategies.
A Masters degree in Business or Public Administration, or graduation from an accredited law school may substitute for the required experience.
VETERANS' PREFERENCE : Preference will ONLY be entitled upon initial appointment for eligible veterans and eligible spouses of veterans. Documentation to support entitlement (DD-214) to preference MUST be provided at the time of application.
NOTE : Employees are required to participate in the response/recovery activities related to emergencies/disasters affecting the County. They are required to work in their normal job duties or other activities within their skills and capabilities. Proper compensation will be made in accordance with existing rules and procedures.
Note: Candidates for this unclassified recruitment are required to complete an online employment application and supplemental questionnaire. At the end of the supplemental questionnaire, space will be provided to include your resume.