Welcome to the Employment Opportunities section of the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit Court's Web site. We appreciate your interest. Current Opportunities are listed below. Simply click on the title of the position for information about the duties, responsibilities, minimum requirements and contact information.
|Digital Court Reporter (Marathon)||$ 31,664.64 Annually w/ State of Florida Benefits||Open until filled|
|Drug Court Counselor (Key West )|
$ 43,000.00 Annual ($45,000 Annual w/CAP) w/Monroe County Benefits
|November 27, 2018|
|Female Laboratory Technician (Key West) – Gender specific due to the nature of the job||$16.00 an hour for 32 hours a week, Tuesday – Friday||Open until filled|
All applicants are required to submit a resume and a complete and current original application by 5:00 p.m. on the stated closing date, in order to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Please be advised that applying for a vacancy does not guarantee an interview or employment with the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit. Additionally, The successful applicant will be subject to a criminal background investigation as well as verification of the information contained within the application including a minimum of two professional (past employment) reference checks.
Submit Applications to:
Personnel / 16th Judicial Circuit
302 Fleming Street, Ste 3028
Key West, Florida 33040
Email to: Personnel@keyscourts.net
To download the "Employment Application Form" you will need "Adobe Acrobat Reader" installed on your PC.
All employees (full-time or part-time) employed by the 16th Judicial Circuit are enrolled in the State of Florida Retirement System (FRS), as of July 1, 2011. All employees have to pay a mandatory 3% (pre-taxed) of their salary to the FRS. FRS Website: www.myfrs.com
- EOE: The court encourages a diverse staff and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, age, disabilities, or sexual orientations
- ADA: If you need accommodations to participate in the application / selection process, please notify us in advance at (305)295-3652; to make a call through the Florida Relay Service you can dial 7-1-1