Pay and benefit scale depends on experience and qualifications. All full-time positions include state retirement paid by town with 3% by employee, Health insurance currently provided at %100, paid Vacation benefits, sick leave benefits, and paid Holidays.
All full-time positions are above Florida Minimum wage and are being upgraded in the coming years to remain competitive with the central Florida area.
Florida Minimum Wage Requirements
Through December 31, 2020 – $8.56
January 1, 2021 – $8.65
September 30, 2021 – $10.00
September 30, 2022 – $11.00
September 30, 2023 – $12.00
September 30, 2024 – $13.00
September 30, 2025 – $14.00
September 30, 2026 – $15.00required by
The Town also pays 100% of employee health insurance, currently with Blue Cross Blue Shield. The town pays 97% of FRS state Retirement with employees able to retire depending on Florida Retirement System rules, currently a a 10 year lock in.
Ten paid holidays per year. If employee work holidays they are paid double.
Life Insurance $25,000
Sick leave accumulation at 1 day per month. Vacation accumulation at 2 weeks per year with longtivity increases.
AND RESUMES MAY BE SUBMITTED AT TOWN HALL, 1069 US
27 North, Lake Placid, Fl. 33852 OR EMAILED TO
Applications must be submitted in addition to resumes. Applications are accepted on a continuous basis for job pools in case of an opening.
Alternate Code Enforcement Special Magistrate
Active until filled
The Town of Lake Placid is receiving resumes for and
Alternate Code Enforcement Special Magistrate.
Pay scale is $100 per hour.
The Town of Lake Placid is an “Equal Employment Opportunity” employer and is a “Drug Free Work Environment.”
|EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION||Required With Resumes
. Application packages that are incomplete may receive no consideration or less consideration than others that are complete.
|Included in employment application. Is a mandatory form without which no applicant background can be started.|
|DRIVER'S LICENSE HISTORY||This format is provided for employees who will operate in any capacity a town owned vehicle. Do not pursue a DL history unless advised to furnish one in the background review process.|