Employment Information

Note: This information does not replace, add to, or change any personnel or other written instructions or regulations.

An Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer

All applicants receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, martial status, national origin, irrelevant physical disability, political affiliation, race, religious creed, sex, or other non-merit factors (except as limited by law, Personnel Rules, or bona-fide occupational disqualifications).


The Flagler County Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller’s Office participates in E-Verify, an Internet-based system that compares information from an employee’s Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, to data from U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Social Security Administration records to confirm employment eligibility.

Click on the links to see the E-Verify Notice of Participation and Right To Work Posters in English and Spanish:


Application forms must be filled out completely and should clearly show that the minimum qualifications are met. All statements made on the application are subject to investigation and verification. A separate application must be filed for each position.

Applications and information may be obtained by downloading our Employment Application or by contacting:

Flagler County Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller
Kim C. Hammond Justice Center
1769 East Moody Blvd, Building #1
Floor 2 – Human Resources Department
Bunnell, FL 32110

Telephone: (386) 313-4445
Fax: (386) 437-1091

Each person selected by a department to fill a position must undergo a back ground investigation. Each person filling a safety or security sensitive position must also undergo a drug screening exam. Offer’s of employment are contingent upon successful completion of background investigation and if required drug screening exam.

Introductory Period

All new hires filling a regular full-time position must successfully complete an introductory period of six months. Successful completion of the Introductory Period does not affect the “at will” nature of employment, or create an expectation of continued employment. The Clerk reserves the right at any time to terminate employment with or without cause.

Employment Benefits

The following explanation of benefits applies to all regular full-time positions.

Personal Time

All employees in a regular 40 hour position earn the following P/T hours. Reduced hours are calculated on a per hour basis. Note: Personal Time can not be taken until an employee has satisfactory completed their introductory period.

Employment Per-Hr Per -Week
Per – Year
Max Hours
0 – 3 years .0769 3.076 hours 160 hours/20 days 480 hours
4 – 7 years .0846 3.384 hours 176 hours/22 days 528 hours
7 -15 years .1077 4.308 hours 224 hours/28 days 672 hours
15 – years plus .1250 5.000 hours 260 hours/32.5 days 720 hours


The Clerk of Circuit Court’s Office offers eleven paid holidays plus two floating holidays each year. Floating holidays are subject to satisfactory completion of introductory period.

Health Plan

All regular full-time employees are eligible for Medical, Dental, Vision and Basic Life Insurance of $15,000 effective the 1st of the month following 30 days of consecutive employment.


All eligible employees are enrolled in the Florida Retirement System.

Tax Deferred Benefits

All regular full-time employees can elect to participate in a Section 125 Flexible Spending Account for medical care and dependent care, and AFLAC Cancer and Accident Plan.

Other Benefits

All regular full-time employees can elect to participate in AFLAC Short Term Disability, AFLAC Hospital Indemnity, or Roth IRA. In addition supplemental additional life either through AFLAC or Hartford Life can be elected. Tuition reimbursement is offered to all permanent employees who have completed one year of employment.


Employees are paid weekly and are eligible for direct deposit. Employees are eligible for salary increases within their appropriate pay grade range based on their job performance. Consideration for such merit increases is normally at intervals of one year. Cost of living adjustments are at the discretion of the Clerk of Courts and are normally given at the beginning of the Fiscal Year. However, as a public trustee, the Clerk is obligated to meet annual budget compliance, and, as a result, cannot guarantee merit or COLA increases.