Click Non-County Employees or County Employees, whichever is applicable
If you have not already created a profile, select Register Now, New User
Follow the instructions and enter the information requested
Review your information for accuracy and take note of your user ID and password (case sensitive) before saving
Click Save; the system will redirect you to the Careers homepage
On the Careers page, select View All Jobs
Find the job opening that interests you and select Apply for Job
Read and complete the Terms and Agreement Section
Follow the instructions and enter the information requested. If you have a resume, please be sure to attach it in the second step
You should select Save as Draft periodically while filling out your application. The system times out after 15 minutes of inactivity and data may be lost if your session is interrupted
Click Next after you have completed each section
Click Submit to submit your application
Log out, or select Careers to search for and apply for any additional job openings.
You can update your profile at any time by logging on to the system and accessing your account. There are options which allow you to edit any and all information fields in your profile.
If you created an applicant profile before June 15, please register and create a new profile to apply for available positions. Miami-Dade County implemented a new system and unfortunately, applicant profiles that were created in the previous platform did not transfer to the new system. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Yes, you may update your profile and attach your resume without applying for a job. Visit the Careers page and select Apply Now without a Job.
Visit the Careers Page and select My Job Applications. There, you can verify the status of your application, as well as withdraw it, at any time..
Once you’ve had your interview, the hiring department will reach out via email or letter to inform you of the outcome. Please note, this process can take up to 30 days.
It's possible that we may have already been trying to reach you. Check your spam folder for any emails from miamidade.gov, and be sure to add ‘@miamidade.gov’ to your email safe list. You can also check the status of your application at any time by logging in and selecting My Job Applications.
You will need to reset your password.
In order to reset their account, County employees must call the internal Help Desk at 305-596-4357 (HELP).
Due to the volume of applications received, hiring authorities will only call candidates who are selected to proceed in the next step of the process. However, you may access the Departmental Personnel Representative for a specific County department to obtain the status of a recruitment.
Yes, the Miami-Dade County application and all new hire on-boarding documents are in English.
Yes, applicants may complete their online profile by using a desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile device.
Visit the Careers homepage, select Job Descriptions/Pay Plan, and search for the job description by entering the Job Code or Title for the position that interests you.
Yes, if it is stated in the minimum qualifications required for the job, your license/certification(s) must be current and active before the closing date of the job announcement.
New job openings are added to miamidade.gov/jobs on a daily basis. You can visit the site as often as you'd like to search for new positions, or you can use the job agent tool to help make your search a lot easier. Provide the specific parameters for the type of job openings that interest you, including location, job title, level of expertise and more, and you'll receive an email alert whenever an opening that meets your criteria has been posted to the site.
Miami-Dade County’s job postings generate a lot of interest and many, many applications. Interviews are extended to those applicants best-qualified for the position, based upon the information provided in the application. Be sure to provide all relevant and detailed work history and professional experience in your application. Failure to provide sufficient detail about your work history, duties and responsibilities may prevent you from receiving favorable consideration due to a lack of information.
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