Frequently Asked Questions
Please note: We do not accept applications for Clerk of Court, Sheriff's Office, Tax Collector, Supervisor of Elections, or Fire Rescue. Please contact them for information about their vacancies and how to apply.
Equal Opportunity Employer / Drug Free Workplace
St. Johns County is a drug free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. All employment actions are taken without regard to race, religion, national origin, color, sex, marital status, age, disability, or genetics.
Hiring preference is given to eligible Veterans and their spouses in accordance with Federal and State laws. Persons claiming Veteran’s Preference must submit the appropriate documentation at the time of application.
Do you accept general applications?
No, we do not. You must apply for an open position.
What is the procedure for applying for a position?
Submit an application and/or resume online using our Online Application System (OAS). All applicants who have been interviewed will receive formal notification that the position has been filled.
If I want to apply for two different positions do I need to submit two applications?
Once you have entered an application in our OAS you may return to the website at anytime to submit for other vacancies you are qualified for.
Will this application be used by all agencies in the County?
Your application/resume will only apply to positions advertised by the Board of County Commissioners. Elected officials such as the Sheriff, Property Appraiser, Tax Collector, Supervisor of Elections, and the Clerk of the Courts have their own application process; you’ll need to contact each office individually to apply for open positions in their organizations.
Volunteer with St. Johns County
Because you're reading this, we know that you have thought about the benefits of volunteering. We believe that you will get as much out of your volunteer experience as we will for you having shared your time with us. We invite you to learn more about volunteering with St. Johns County.