- Personnel Administration
The City of North Miami Personnel Administration Department provides support to all classified, unclassified, full time, part time, contract employees, Elected Officials, retirees, dependents, beneficiaries and other former employees. In addition, staff provides services to residents, visitors, businesses and other governmental agencies. Manages retirees and officials receiving services.
This department processes all employee-related needs, including:
- Benefits Administration
This department ensures compliance with state and federal labor laws, city ordinance or charter, civil service rules, collective bargaining agreements, city policies, rules, and regulations in the areas of:
- Compensation and classification
- Equal employment opportunity
- Labor relations
Equal Opportunity Statement
The City of North Miami is an equal employment opportunity employer. We do not discriminate amongst the factors of:
- Genetic information
- Marital status
- Military status or experience
- National origin
- Sexual orientation
Equal Opportunity Employer
The City of North Miami is an equal opportunity employer, who maintains an alcohol and drug-free workplace, and does not discriminate against any individual on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national or ethnic origin, age, or disability. The Personnel Administration Department will make reasonable efforts to accommodate persons with disabilities in the hiring process and the workplace. Please advise the Personnel Administration Department of special needs prior to an examination or interview by calling 305-895-9866 or emailing Personnel Administration.
- Background review (criminal history/driver's license), previous employment and character references are checked for all persons selected for employment.
- Federal law requires that the City hire only U.S. citizens or lawful authorized aliens who provide proof of their identity and employment eligibility.
- Prior to employment, selected candidates must pass a comprehensive medical evaluation, including a drug screen for safety sensitive positions.
The City provides a comprehensive fringe benefits package, including:
- Group medical and dental coverage
- Life insurance
- Paid holidays
- Paid vacation and sick leave
- Pension plan
- Advancement opportunities are based on merit.
- Paychecks are issued weekly, every Friday.
- More information on our benefits page
How to Apply
Prospective applicants are encouraged to utilize the City of North Miami's online application process powered by NEOGOV, unless specifically directed otherwise. The automated application provides applicants the ability to apply for City employment at their convenience during the recruitment period as long as applicants have internet access. An applicant profile and application can be created and stored in the system and will be readily accessible by the applicant to submit for the next job in which the applicant is interested in applying. A unique email account is required in order to apply online.
First Time Applicants
If this is the first time you are using the City of North Miami’s online application system, you will need to create an account and select a Username and Password. Each applicant must have their own email address when setting up an account. Do not share your account with anyone. If you don't have an email account, you can sign up for free email at Hotmail, Yahoo Mail, Excite or Google Gmail. It takes only a few minutes to register!
Creating Your Employment Application
After your account has been established, proceed to Job Opportunities and click on the recruitment of interest and then by clicking on Apply. You can also create an online application by logging in via the Applicant Login link and clicking on the Build Job Application link. As you complete your online application, remember to save work in progress. If you have been in the system for more than an hour without saving your entries, you will be automatically logged out as a security measure and your information will be lost. Once your online application is completed, it will be stored in the secure system and can be used to apply for future job openings with the City of North Miami or any other government or agency using NEOGOV and GovernmentJobs.com.
All statements made on the application are subject to verification. Incorrect, incomplete or false statements or information are cause for disqualification or discharge at any time. Copies of documents verifying education, driver’s license and other licenses or certification required by the job announcement must be uploaded prior submission.
Positions Currently Open
The City of North Miami only accepts applications for those positions currently announced (view our Job Listings). Unsolicited applications will not be processed. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of application. Resumes may be submitted with the application, however, applications indicating “See Resume” for any response on the application will be considered incomplete. Incomplete applications and applications received after the closing date indicated on the job announcement will not be processed.
In accordance with the Florida Statute 295, the City of North Miami gives preference in employment to qualified veterans and spouses of veterans. Candidates eligible for Veteran’s Preference must submit the City’s Veteran’s Preference Form (PDF), as well as proof of eligibility (DD214) at time of application. Veteran’s disability proof must be dated within the past 12 months. If proof is not provided, the applicant will not be eligible for preference.
Candidates living with the City of North Miami may claim Resident Preference points. In order to be eligible proof of residence (driver’s license, lease or utility bill showing the applicant’s name and Present Address indicated on the application) must be provided at the time of application. If proof is not provided at time of application, the applicant will not be eligible for preference points. All addresses are verified as to whether they fall within North Miami city limits.
For job information for the hearing impaired, call . 711 or you may contact 1-800-955-8771 for the Florida Relay Service for assistance