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The process for applying and interviewing for a vacancy with the City of Panama City Beach is a bit different than private industry.  The City's Civil Service Charter and Rules require a step-by-step process. As an applicant, you may wish to download the appropriate application from the link provided with most vacancy postings or you may come to the Civil Service Office between 8:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. with originals of your support documents to complete the entire application and testing process.

All applications will be reviewed and the top ten applicants for a vacancy will be interviewed at the next regularly scheduled Civil Service Board Meeting.  The Board meets the first Wednesday of each month to interview applicants for current vacancies.  Once interviews are completed, the Board will select the top three applicants to recommend to the City Manager for hiring consideration. The three successful applicants who are recommended by the Board will be interviewed at the Department level and once that interview is completed, the Department makes a recommendation to the City Manager.  The City Manager makes the final decision for all hiring in the City.


The City of Panama City Beach is an equal opportunity employer. There shall be no discrimination exercised on account of race, national origin, color, religion, creed, age, marital status, sex, political affiliation, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability unless such disability effectively prevents the performance of the essential duties required of the position and which are bona fide occupational qualifications which cannot be accommodated without undue hardship, with respect to the recruitment, examination or appointment of applicants, or in any personnel actions affecting employees, including compensation, training, promotions, educational opportunities, transfers, demotions, layoffs and disciplinary transactions.


The City of Panama City Beach participates in the Drug Free Workplace Program under Chapter 440 of the Florida Statutes in order to provide a safe place for its employees to work and to promote a drug-free community.

To learn about the City's current vacancies, please visit the City Job Postings page or contact

Mary Jan Bossert, Senior Administrative Support Specialist-Civil Service

City of Panama City Beach

 110 S. Arnold Road

 Panama City Beach, FL 32413

 Phone: (850) 233-5100, Ext. 2227  

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