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 Apply||Job Title||Annual Salary||County||Division||Deadline to Apply||Announcement Type|
|Click Here||Maintenance Mechanic||$26,555.76||Miami-Dade||Motorist Services||08/25/2016||Open Competitive|
|Click Here||Records Technician||$23,483.04||Leon||Motorist Services||08/26/2016||Internal Agency|
|Click Here||Records Technician||$11,741.52 (Half-Time)||Leon||Motorist Services||08/26/2016||Internal Agency|
|Click Here||Senior Highway Safety Specialist||$32,538.12||Polk||Motorist Services||08/27/2016||Open Competitive|
|Click Here||Senior Clerk||$21,533.04||Hillsborough||Motorist Services||08/27/2016||Open Competitive|
|Click Here||Consumer Service Analyst||$23,483.04||Leon||Motorist Services||08/28/2016||Open Competitive|
|Click Here||Government Analyst I||$36,467.64||Leon||Motorist Services||08/28/2016||Internal Agency|
|Click Here||Systems Project Administrator||$65,000.04||Leon||Information Systems Administration||08/29/2016||Open Competitive|
|Click Here||Regional Duty Officer||$26,676.00 - $29,640.00||Palm Beach||Florida Highway Patrol||09/05/2016||Open Competitive|
|Click Here||Systems Programmer III||$53,000.04||Leon||Information Systems Administration||09/07/2016||Open Competitive|
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