Division/Office: Office of Information Technology Position: OPS Distributed Computer Systems, 77901694 Salary: $20.00 Per Hour Facility Address: 3900 Drane Field Rd., Lakeland, FL; Polk County Open Competitive Opportunity: Applications from all candidates will be considered. This is a full-time (40 hours per week) Other Personal Services (OPS) position. The hourly rate of pay is $20.00 Office hours are from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, Monday through Friday This position requires up to 25% travel. Responses to qualifying questions should be verifiable by skills and/or experience stated on the profile application. Information should be provided regarding any gaps in employment. Employment in this position is contingent upon a satisfactory criminal history check (fingerprint-base) in accordance with Chapter 435, Florida Statutes. DESCRIPTION: This is work providing technical assistance to computer system users. Incumbent answer questions or resolve computer problems for clients in person, via telephone or from remote locations. Incumbent may also assist in the use of technology hardware and software, including printing, installations, office productivity software, electronic mail, networking, video conferencing and operating systems. Incumbent is responsible for PCs across the state and will need to travel to various Commission locations to perform duties. Performs installation and repair of hardware, software, and peripheral equipment following design or installation specifications. Responsible for keeping an inventory of computer equipment and software in assigned area. Assists clients with procedures for surplus computer equipment. Installs hardware and software; supervise installations of communications hardware, wiring, and services; identify and resolve computer and communication issues. Process and track workload using the agency incident management tracking system. Tests and monitors software, hardware, and peripheral equipment to evaluate use, effectiveness, and adequacy of product for user. Enters commands and observes system functioning to verify correct operations and detect errors. Prepares evaluations of software and hardware and submits recommendations to management for review. May take a lead role in the planning, testing and implementation of major projects under the supervision of management. Reads technical manuals, confers with users, and conducts computer diagnostics to determine nature of problems and provide technical assistance. Works directly with hardware and software manufacturers to resolve major problems. May develop training materials and procedures and conduct training programs. Prepares administrative and purchasing reports as required. Reports day-to-day activities to supervisor(s) as required. Maintains knowledge of hardware and software by reading trade magazines and technical manuals and attends training seminars. Performs other duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES Knowledge of the following operating systems, Windows 10;Knowledge of Office Productivity Software, Microsoft Office 365 and various client VPN software; Knowledge of Microsoft’s Active Directory and skills with user accounts in AD; Knowledge and skills assisting remote mobile users; Knowledge and skills with desktop and/or network security; Knowledge and skills troubleshooting hardware and software, TCP/IP and printer configuration; Knowledge and skills assisting users with data integrity; Ability to provide good communication skills. Additional Requirements Courteously assists Commission constituents to resolve questions or problems they may have in matters relating to the Commission, its programs or fish and wildlife conservation in general. Seeks to garner public support for agency objectives and programs by serving Florida’s citizens in a positive and pro-active manner. The Commission expects its employees to be courteous and respectful while assisting Commission customers and stakeholders, ensuring each encounter is as positive as possible. Employees should promptly resolve questions or problems relating to the Commission, its programs and/or fish and wildlife resources. Employees should seek to gain public support for agency objectives and programs by serving Florida’s citizens in a positive and proactive manner and by listening to what the customer wants and striving to meet their needs. When appropriate, employees will explain the reasons for agency actions or decisions while communicating a consistent Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) point-of-view. Work at FWC is cross-functional meaning duties may cross division/office lines. The Commission expects employees to function across FWC’s organizational structure by providing their skills and expertise wherever needed through work on teams or as directed. Responsible for following the provisions and requirements in Section 215.422, Florida Statutes, related to the Department of Financial Services rules and FWC’s invoice processing and warrant distribution procedures. Candidates requiring a reasonable accommodation, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act, must notify the agency hiring authority and/or People First Service Center at 1-877-562-7287 or TTY at 1-866-221-0268. Notification to the hiring authority must be made in advance to allow sufficient time to provide the accommodation. The State Florida hires only U.S. citizens and lawfully authorized alien workers. If a conditional offer of employment is made, you will be required to provide identification and proof of citizenship and or authorization to work in the United States for the hiring authority to which applications is made. E-Verify will be used to confirm work authorization. See E-Verify for additional information. The State of Florida supports a Drug-Free workplace. All employees are subject to reasonable suspicion drug testing in accordance with Section 112.0455, F.S., Drug-Free Workplace Act. The State of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action and Veterans’ Preference Employer and does not tolerate discrimination or violence in the workplace. The State of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer, and does not tolerate discrimination or violence in the workplace. Candidates requiring a reasonable accommodation, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act, must notify the agency hiring authority and/or People First Service Center (1-866-663-4735). Notification to the hiring authority must be made in advance to allow sufficient time to provide the accommodation. The State of Florida supports a Drug-Free workplace. All employees are subject to reasonable suspicion drug testing in accordance with Section 112.0455, F.S., Drug-Free Workplace Act. To Apply, visit https://jobs.myflorida.com/job/LAKELAND-OPS-DISTRIBUTED-COMPUTER-SYSTE-77901694-FL-33811/801134500/?utm_content=&utm_medium=email&utm_name=&utm_source=govdelivery&utm_term=campaign
Seeking Superintendent - Lake Wales Charter School District, Lake Wales, Florida. The Lake Wales Charter School District is seeking a visionary individual to lead their innovative PK-Post Secondary Charter School District. Located within the South-Central part of Florida, in the city of Lake Wales, the physical location benefits from its prominence in fast growing Polk County, Florida. This unique Pre-K-Post Secondary Charter School District has seven schools and serves over 5500 students. Tremendous support and commitment from the local community propels the Lake Wales Charter School system to excel! Parents, business partners, and concerned citizens donate countless volunteer hours and significant monetary contributions to create schools that provide unique opportunities with an emphasis on individual success. For more information on the district visit: http://www.lwcharterschools.com . The seven-member Board of Trustees is seeking Superintendent candidates with the following qualifications: • Master's degree or higher from an accredited educational institution, education-related degree preferred • Minimum of Ten (10) years of successful administrative experience, with at least seven (7) years in leadership and administration in public schools preferred • Knowledge of federal legislation and Florida Statutes as they apply to charter schools, including Florida Education Finance Program (FEFP), budgeting, fiscal planning, the Florida Administrative Procedures Act, the Sunshine Law, and Florida assessment and accountability • Must maintain domicile/homestead residence in the greater Lake Wales area, within six (6) months of employment and possess a valid drivers' license • Qualifications may vary from the above requirements to such a degree as the Board determines necessary and appropriate Candidates selected as finalists must be available for on-site interviews during the week of February 7, 2022, The Board of Trustees is prepared to offer a three (3) year contract with a salary range of $150,000 - $175,000 commensurate with experience and qualifications, plus competitive benefits. The anticipated position start date, following the week of finalists’ interviews, is to be determined subject to contract negotiations. Application Process and Deadline: To apply, candidates must submit the following: • A resume with a signed cover letter • A maximum of three letters of professional recommendation • Documents verifying current certifications, and a copy of college transcripts reflecting the highest degree held (copies of transcript are acceptable but official transcripts are required prior to employment) All application materials referenced above must be emailed to [email protected] and received no later than the application deadline of midnight on November 12, 2021. For additional information contact: Andrea Messina, Exec. Dir. Dr. Bill Vogel John Reichert FL School Board Assoc/FSBA FSBA Consultant FSBA Consultant 850.414.2578; Cell - 850.566.1860 321.299.2452 321.363.7909 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Important Notice-All resumes, applications and other materials submitted for this position are subject to the Florida Public Records Act and “Government in the Sunshine” provisions of Florida law. The names of applicants, resumes, and other materials submitted cannot be held in confidence and are open to the public once received. Applicants who are selected as finalists will be interviewed by the Board of Trustees in the public.
Contact: Dr. Bill Vogel
SOVAL is hiring for a warehouse associate. Duties include but are not limited to the following: -Be comfortable working in a warehouse environment -Operating equipment such as a forklift, order picker, pallet jack -Unloading and loading containers (with a forklift) -Pulling and packaging orders, detail oriented -Restocking shelves -Checking in new orders against pick ticket for accuracy -Inventory cycle counts -Must be able to lift up to a maximum of 60 lbs -Mowing the grass as required -Sweeping, taking out trash, general building upkeep Hours: Monday - Friday. 8am-5pm SOVAL is a small privately operated company with less than 10 employees. This is not a cooperate environment and you are not just a number working here. Part time okay but we would prefer full-time.
Seeking to hire a qualified individual capable of creating functional apps for iOS and Android users. Applicant should be able to share a portfolio of previous work and deliver product in reasonable time frame. Contact Tom: [email protected]
Contact: Tom Paulson
Assignment writer needed, pay variable per piece complexity. Must have good phone speaking & interview skills, ability to deal with governmental agencies to find facts of story. Most work can be conducted from home over phone or computer. Reply to [email protected]
Contact: Tom Paulson
TITLE: Biological Scientist I SECTION: Division of Freshwater Fisheries Management, Southwest Region LOCATION: Southwest Regional Office, 3900 Drane Field Road, Lakeland, FL 33811 RATE OF PAY: $1,247.40 biweekly plus benefits DESCRIPTION OF JOB DUTIES: This position is part of a regional team with FWC’s Division of Freshwater Fisheries Management and located in Lakeland, FL. The selected candidate will assist with the management of freshwater fisheries resources in Florida’s Southwest Region (12 counties), implement agency established protocols to assess sportfish populations, and assist with stakeholder interactions and agency report writing. The person selected for this position will be required to regularly interact with individuals from within and outside the agency and the general public. RESPONSIBILITIES: Establishes and maintains interagency partnerships, stakeholder relationships and cooperative agreements with local governments to protect, manage, and enhance freshwater fisheries resources Establishes and maintains stakeholder contacts with anglers, fish camps, local governmental officials, tackle shops, fishing guides, outdoor media, fishing clubs, Non-Government Organizations (NGO’s), etc. to ensure effective, two-way communication relative to FWC programs and projects Assists regional biological staff with development and implementation of regional work plan activities including but not limited to fisheries sampling, pond maintenance, creel surveys, public outreach, public speaking, fishing events, and data entry Assist in drafting/editing of quarterly, annual, and other agency reports Operates/maintains trucks, electrofishing boats, creel survey boats, outboard motors, trailers, and all other required sampling equipment Maintenance of regional fish feeders and aquatic aeration systems Develop and maintain outreach materials such as brochures and kiosks Investigates fish kills and pollution-related events Assist with aquatic habitat enhancement activities Promotes agency programs such as TrophyCatch and Big Catch All FWC staff are expected to 1) courteously assist Commission constituents to resolve questions or problems relating to the Commission’s programs or fish and wildlife conservation; 2) seek to garner public support for agency objectives and programs by serving Florida’s citizens in a positive manner. Additionally, you will be responsible for timely and accurate processing of vendor invoices and warrants for payments of goods, and responsible for adhering to the provisions and requirements of Section 215.422, F.S. related to State Comptroller’s rules and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission invoice processing and warrant distribution procedures. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of the principles of fish and wildlife ecology and management Knowledge of Florida’s freshwater fish and aquatic plants Knowledge of fish and wildlife habitat restoration Knowledge of fish and wildlife research applications Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint software applications Knowledge of basic boat, motor, and trailer maintenance and repairs Skilled in the use of scientific and field equipment Skilled in operating boats up to 30ft in length Skilled in pulling and backing trailers Ability to plan, organize and coordinate work assignments Ability to communicate effectively Ability to work with internal and external technical personnel, managers, government officials, riparian landowners, and other stakeholders Ability to work independently Ability to conduct public speaking Ability to utilize problem-solving techniques Ability to lift and carry 50 lbs. for short distances Ability to understand and apply applicable rules, regulations, policies, and procedures relating to fish and wildlife management Ability to work outdoors in inclement weather and in remote locations Ability to travel overnight and work flexible hours to meet project objectives MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida driver’s license. Must possess a valid boaters safety education identification card prior to operating any agency vessel. The selected employee must already possess a boater safety card or be willing and able to obtain one within 30 days of hiring. A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in a life or physical science. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university and two years of relevant professional experience in a field or policy program; or A master's degree from an accredited college or university in a relevant field. In addition to submitting a completed state application via People First, applicants are required to submit a current resume. POSITION DETAILS: Office hours are from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, Monday through Friday This position requires travel up to 25% and work time outside of regular scheduled hours. State of Florida Benefits Include: Health and Dental packages Supplemental Insurance options Paid Annual and Sick Leave Paid holidays (11) Participation in the Florida Retirement System Tax Deferred Investment Plan – Voluntary Health savings accounts and flexible spending accounts – Voluntary Free Basic Life Insurance benefit for $25,000 with additional options to increase Tuition Waiver Uniform Allowances
Contact: Matt Stevens
Phone: (850) 488-4676
Excellent painter, tree trimmer, ceiling fans, power wash. Fences. Most anything. Live in INDIAN LAKES ESTATES. CALL MAURICIO 813 270 4199
Contact: Mauricio obando
Phone: 813 270 4199