State of Florida
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State of Florida Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Ron DeSantis
  • Founded
    2006
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY - 64029856

Tallahassee, FL

$22,454 a year

2 hours ago

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PLANNING ANALYST - 76000823

Tallahassee, FL

$40,948 a year

2 hours ago

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ADULT PROTECTIVE INVESTIGATOR SUPV-SES - 60055189

Fort Myers, FL

$47,500 a year

2 hours ago

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SENIOR ADULT PROTECTIVE INVESTIGATOR - 60020916

Ocala, FL

$36,317 a year

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ADULT PROTECTIVE INVESTIGATOR - 60025153

Tavares, FL

$33,784 a year

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LVER EMPLOYMENT SECURITY REP II - 40041063 1 1

Fort Walton Beach, FL

$37,000 a year

2 hours ago

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SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER II - 55014050

Boca Raton, FL

$49,676 - $64,288 a year

2 hours ago

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PARALEGAL SPECIALIST OPS - 60932397 1

Saint Augustine, FL

$25,000 a year

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ATTORNEY

Tallahassee, FL

2 hours ago

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LAW ENFORCEMENT DISPATCHER (CLASS TITLE: REGIONAL DUTY OFFICER) - 76001928

Sanford, FL

$29,640 a year

2 hours ago

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CERTIFIED UNDERWATER BRIDGE INSPECTOR - 55006302

Chipley, FL

$45,184 - $58,474 a year

2 hours ago

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CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE I - 73004086

Crestview, FL

$2,327 - $2,896 a month

8 hours ago

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68034830 - HEALTH FACILITY EVALUATOR II

Saint Petersburg, FL

$1,327 a week

8 hours ago

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RECORDS TECHNICIAN - 60048452

Lakeland, FL

$1,806 a month

8 hours ago

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CUSTODIAL WORKER - 72001860

Tallahassee, FL

$16,000 - $18,205 a year

8 hours ago

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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT I - 37000577

Fernandina Beach, FL

$25,479 a year

8 hours ago

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CHILD SUPPORT CASE PROCESSING CONSULTANT - 73004382

Inverness, FL

$2,327 - $3,174 a month

8 hours ago

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GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS CONSULTANT I - 64030803

Bushnell, FL

$35,000 a year

8 hours ago

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68064645 - REGULATORY SPECIALIST I

Tallahassee, FL

$1,034 a month

8 hours ago

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FDC- SECRETARY SPECIALIST-F/C-70000225-APALACHEE CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS

Sneads, FL

$21 an hour

8 hours ago

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Rating overview

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Accountant IV in Ft. Walton Beach, FL
on May 14, 2021
FDOH - Okaloosa
Management at the time was not very caring or understanding to family needs. They make you keep a certain number of sick and vacation time on the books in case of an emergency, but then write you up if you use it for an emergency.
Secretary Specialist in Punta Gorda, FL
on May 14, 2021
I absolutely love my job! Everyone is kind and helpful. I didn't think this would be a good fit, but I was wrong! My bosses are awesome and the staff is kind and helpful.We have the best benefits and the best retirement plans.I couldn't ask for a better job!
NA in Anywhere
on May 10, 2021
Most people just "putting in their time," waiting to leave for the day waiting to retire. Most of management doesn't care and/or is a nightmare!!!!!!!
Agricultural Technician OPS in Immokalee, FL
on May 10, 2021
This would be an awesome job if I was considered a 'real' employee and management actually did their job. If you have common sense this job will drive you crazy and they will use you for your talents without recognition or appreciation. They are always fixing things that don't need to be fixed and ignoring things that could use improvement. I love working outside and even most co-workers are great. Unfortunately the favorites game has driven me to the point of finding a new job. The amount of drama in this job leaves me feeling like a middle schooler. My position is considered seasonal even though we just had a lady celebrate 20 years here... OPS is just a way to save the state money while screwing over the employee.
Several Positions in Tallahassee, FL
on May 8, 2021
I've worked in different positions within the State and every one has had numerous groups of individuals operating solely on their own interest. I've seen the smartest people, who truly have the goal of "serving the public," are ran out by the corruption. They will watch them like a hawk, writing up every little mistake, and if that doesn't suffice, get ready for some lies to be laid out in black & white on paper. If you're considering working for the State, practice putting a fake smile on your face and learn to deny knowledge of when morals go out the window unless you're related (or personally know) someone in upper management and even then, that may not save you. The only thing the State has going for them is the benefits and, for some positions, a set schedule. They butter up the position to reel you in and make it sound like the best job in the world when it is not. You have people getting hired in the same position as someone who was hired years ago making more money than those with experience who are efficient with the role because that was the agreed salary they were hired. No yearly raise to award experience. You have to promote to get a raise or be stuck making less than someone who was hired yesterday. There are businesses with way more respect for the employees than the state has because they realize those employees are why they are successful and they reward seasoned employees because they realize becoming efficient in a position cost less.
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They asked weird questions like if you were a robot what order world you complete things in.

Shared on July 13, 2017

Asked about software I've used; work-related capabilities; focused on the one job that was most similar to DEP position and didn't ask about the other positions.

Shared on June 27, 2017

What you've done on previous jobs. They usually have your resume at hand and read down the resume and ask you to elaborate on what you've done. Then they go into telling you about the job you're applying for.

Shared on June 3, 2017
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