About Employment Opportunities

Check the current job openings for information about employment opportunities with the City of Melbourne, FL. Listings are updated weekly. E-mail can be forwarded to the Personnel Office at

Applications must be received by 5 p.m. on the closing date of the posting to be considered for the advertised position. Interested applicants may contact Personnel for additional information, or visit the Personnel Office at 900 E. Strawbridge Avenue, between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. for an application.

Additional information regarding City of Melbourne Police Department employment is available on the Police Officer Applicant Matrix.

The employment application is available as a 'PDF' document that can downloaded or printed out for completion by hand. Please submit the completed employment application to the Personnel Division. A fillable PDF document is under development and will be provided at a future date.

Employment Application
Police Officer/Police Officer Trainee Application

To view the online application or to print it after downloading, you will need to use 'Acrobat Reader' software. If you do not have the Acrobat Reader software, you can download it for free and install it on your computer. If you have an older version of the reader software, you may need to install a newer version in order to print the application.

Please contact the Personnel Division for specific physical and mental requirements for jobs which are listed. The City of Melbourne is a veterans preference and equal opportunity agency, and a drug-free workplace. Post offer pre-employment drug testing is conducted. In addition, the City of Melbourne conducts reasonable suspicion, random, post accident, fitness for duty and follow-up drug and alcohol testing in accordance with state and federal law. The City of Melbourne has established driving standards for positions requiring a driver's license. For any position that requires a drivers' license, applicants recommended for hire will be required to provide, at the applicant's expense, a three (3) year driving history from each state a driver's license was held, within the last three years.

The City of Melbourne participates in
To view the E-Verify Poster click here - (en español)
To view the Right to Work poster click here - (en español)

Personnel Classification Plans by Pay Grade
Labor & Trades  Part-Time Labor   IAFF   PBA  Special
Non-Exempt - Full Time   Non-Exempt - Part Time   Exempt

Collective Bargaining Agreements