The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) provides highway safety and security through excellence in service, education and enforcement.  With a workforce of approximately 4,500 employees throughout the state, the Department is leading the way to A Safer Florida through the efficient and professional execution of its core mission: the issuance of driver licenses, vehicle tags and titles, and operation of the Florida Highway Patrol.

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To ApplyJob TitleAnnual SalaryCountyDivisionDeadline to ApplyAnnouncement Type
Click HereOperations Analyst I$27,926.16LeonMotorist Services10/28/2016Open Competitive
Click HerePlanning & Evaluation Specialist$28,000.08LeonMotorist Services10/29/2016Open Competitive
Click HereParalegal Specialist$30,000.00LeonExecutive Director10/29/2016Open Competitive
Click HereRecords Technician$23,483.04LeonMotorist Services10/29/2016Open Competitive
Click HereEvidence & Property Custodian$29,768.76Palm BeachFlorida Highway Patrol10/29/2016Internal Agency
Click HereCommunications Training Officer$32,306.88OrangeFlorida Highway Patrol10/30/2016Florida Highway Patrol
Click HereOperations Services Manager$50,000.04LeonMotorist Services10/30/2016Internal Agency
Click HereGovernment Operations Consultant II$38,659.92Alachua & DuvalMotorist Services10/30/2016Open Competitive
Click HereSenior Clerk$21,533.04LeonMotorist Services10/30/2016Open Competitive
Click HereAssistant Office Manager$35,000.04Miami-DadeMotorist Services10/31/2016Internal Agency
Click HereOperations Analyst I$27,926.16LeonMotorist Services10/31/2016Internal Agency
Click HereAdministrative Secretary$23,722.44Miami-DadeExecutive Director11/01/2016Internal Agency
Click HereRegional Duty Officer$30,908.76Palm BeachFlorida Highway Patrol11/03/2016Open Competitive
Click HereSenior Oracle Database Analyst$60,000.00LeonInformation System Administration11/03/2016Open Competitive

Job Application Tips

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