home | employment

Search icon

Canal Scene At Keaton Beach, Florida



Open Positions
Looking for highly dependable and motivated individual for a professional-level position involving application of engineering principles associated with public works type projects throughout the County.  Work involves assisting in organizing, planning, and completing the duties and responsibilities of the Engineering Department including routine coordination with other County Departments, State and Federal Agencies.  Works directly for the County Engineer and is exposed to all types of public works projects ranging from roadway, boating, active and passive park design, utilities, and minor building renovations
Engineer Click to view document open until filled
Boat Ramp Keaton Beach &
Hodges Park Attendant
Click to view document open until filled


To view the Application Process, click here

To download a Job Application , Click here

To view Summary of Full-time Employee Benefits, Click here

If you are Retired under the FRS, click here

Taylor County contracts directly with National Testing Network to test our Fire Rescue potential new hires for job vacancies. Once you complete this simple process, information and test scores will be sent directly to Taylor County.  If you are applying for a Fire Rescue vacancy, CLICK HERE



Taylor County is an equal opportunity employer.  All employment decisions are made on the basis of individual skills, regardless of such factors as race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, disability or any other protected status or condition protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.  Taylor County will make reasonable accommodations consistent with applicable law to the known disabilities of an otherwise qualified applicant or employee who is able to perform the essential functions of the position sought or held.  Taylor County does not tolerate discrimination or unlawful harassment (including sexual harassment).  Likewise, Taylor County does not permit retaliation for reporting unlawful conduct.