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Everything starts at the City of St. Cloud website (employment section). There you will find links to Employment Opportunities, an Online Employment Application Guide, and Online Help for Getting Started. Above all, remember to keep a record of your username and password once you have set up an account. You will need it to apply for other positions or to check the status of your application and when you re-enter the system, you will need to input this information exactly as it was originally entered.
The Human Resources Office is committed to ensuring the application process is easy and user-friendly. The following resources are available: Online Application Guide and Online Help. If you require further assistance, please call 407-957-8435.
Changes can be made to your application at any time before it is submitted. Once you submit an application for a particular position, you cannot go back and make changes to the submitted application. If you make changes and submit another application before the position closes, we will only consider your most recent application. You may also make changes before submitting your application for any new positions. If you have difficulty submitting an updated application before the position closes, please contact the Human Resources Office at 407-957-8435.
A list of available positions can be viewed 24 hours a day; 7 days a week from any computer with Internet access. Visit the employment website at the St. Cloud website and click on the Employment Opportunity link.
No application is submitted until you click on the “Accept” button, which is “Step 4: Confirm and Submit” (see the progress guide at the top of the screen). If at any time you do not want to complete your application, save your work, then logout.
As with any position, once a closing date has passed, no application will be accepted or considered. Please continue to visit the employment website at www.stcloud.org and apply for new jobs as they become available.
After you have submitted your application, you will see a link to “Click here for a printable version of the application you just submitted.”
Yes. Once you have created and saved your online application, you can apply for multiple positions that are currently open.
All information is on a secure web server. Only the Human Resources Department and other City department users authorized to review specific job openings will have access.
You may either attach or cut and paste a resume into your application. Resume attachments must be in the following formats: plain text (.txt file extension), rich text (.rtf file extension), PDF (.pdf file extension), or Microsoft Word (.doc extension). Please note that submitting a resume does not substitute for completing the application form.
There are a number of ways to complete an online application:
Currently one computer is available in the Human Resources Office located at 1300 9th Street, Second Floor Building A, St. Cloud, FL 34769. Office hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
You may also use the public computers located at the Osceola County Library.
You may use any personal computer with internet access, therefore family and friends may be of assistance.
You must click “SAVE” to retain the information you have entered. If you close your browser prior to clicking “SAVE,” you will lose any information you entered after the last time you clicked “SAVE.” If at any time you need to exit out of the application form, click the “SAVE” button at the bottom of the form. You can return to your application later by logging into your account with your username and password.
Check your email for status notices. If you are no longer being considered for a position, a notice will be sent to the email address you used on your application. If you are selected for an interview or an offer of employment, you will be contacted in most cases by phone.
If you wish to receive notification when a job you are interested in becomes available, go to the St. Cloud website, click employment, click notify me, and choose the category for which you would like to receive email notifications. Fill out the required information in the job interest card, then click submit request button.
Although we cannot endorse any one particular vendor, free email is available through providers such as Yahoo, Gmail or Hotmail.
You can delete a completed piece of information by clicking the “Delete” link next to that information at the bottom of the section.
You will be asked to provide personal information such as name, address, phone number, etc. You will be asked to provide information about your education, employment history, and references. An email address will also be required. See the FAQ, “An email address is required. How do I get an email address?” for more information. You will shorten the time it takes to complete your application if you gather this information before beginning the online process.
Click on a step at the top of the page to go to that step. To go to a specific section in the Job Application step, click on the section name in the section navigation bar. Information you’ve already entered appears at the bottom of each section. Click on the “Edit” link next to any piece of information to edit it. The information will be displayed for you to edit, but remember to click the “Save” button after you’ve made your changes.
The section navigation bar appears at the top of the form, beneath the application step links. Click a section name to go to that section.
The application steps appear in order at the top of the screen to allow you to move back and forth between steps of the application. Click on a step to go to that step. After you complete a step, you will be taken to the next step, and the new step’s link will become clickable.
It could take approximately 30 minutes or more to complete the application.
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The City of St. Cloud has information on the Major Special Event online and through the Parks and Recreation office at 407-957-7243.
Currently the Department has 135 Sworn Officers.
Our new registration system is powdered by Vendor Registry. The system allows you to quickly register, update your contact information, and input the types of goods and services you provide. This will enable us and Vendor Registry to notify you of important solicitation opportunities in the future. Complete Online Vendor Registration
If you have any questions regarding the registration process, please contact Vendor Registry at (844) 802-9202 or the City of St. Cloud Procurement Services Department at (407) 957-7212.
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The St. Cloud Utilities Customer Service Walk-In Center on the first floor of Building A City Hall offers the following services: Cashier Counter - Full Customer Service for St. Cloud Utilities billing questions, payments, adjustment requests, account establishment, transfer or termination, general customer service. Additionally, OUC payments are accepted with no convenience fee (OUC bill stub or account # is required) Construction & R-O-W Permit Counter - Irrigation permits, Right of Way Permits, Driveway Permits, Hydrant Meters, Associated new meter installation.
Bank Draft is also known as Automatic Withdrawal, Bank Draft, Pre Authorized Payment (PAP), or Automated Clearing House (ACH). Please register your account online at myutilities.stcloud.org to automatically deduct the total of your St. Cloud Utilities bill from your bank account. You’ll know that the automatic withdrawal program is in effect when you receive a bill with the words “DO NOT PAY”. Accounts will be drafted monthly by the due date shown on the bill.
City of St. Cloud (St. Cloud Utilities) payments will be due on a monthly basis by the 21st day after the bill date that appears on the bill. To ensure payments are received and posted in a timely manner, all due dates must be reviewed by customers on each City of St. Cloud (St. Cloud Utilities) utility billing statement.
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24-hour drop box located on the west-end of City Hall. Payments are sent to the payment processing center in Tampa and are not processed on the same day (Allow 3-5 business days for processing). · Drop box located in the main lobby of City Hall Building A. St. Cloud Utilities payments made in this drop box by 2pm will be processed the same day. Payments after 2pm will be processed the next business day. (Please allow 3-5 days to process OUC payments.)
Please call 407-957-7344 (option 2) or visit myutilities.stcloud.org to pay your bill with our electronic check service through Invoice Cloud, an independent service provider. E-check payments online and by phone are free. Your onetime payment will be deducted from your checking account.
Invoice Cloud, an independent service provider, processes all credit card payments made to City of St. Cloud. Call 407-957-7344 (option 2) or visit myutilities.stcloud.org to pay your bill using Invoice Cloud. Payments may be made using your American Express, Visa, Mastercard or Discover Card. Invoice Cloud charges a convenience fee of $2.95 per $300.00. Maximum payment amount is $300.00 per transaction.
Payments can be made at any authorized third party location (a convenience fee may apply). Amscot is currently the only authorized third party payment location. Amscot charges a fee of $1.25 per transaction.
Register online at myutilities.stcloud.org to automatically deduct the total of your St. Cloud Utilities bill from your bank account.
Payments can be made in person at SCU Customer Service Walk-In Center in City Hall, Building A, first level from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (OUC) Electric Payments are accepted in our office if you have your OUC bill or account number.
Register online at myutilities.stcloud.org to pay your utility bill by text.
Contact our office immediately so that you may pay the needed fees to avoid service interruption. All payments for returned checks will need to be paid in cash and a fee will be assessed as follows: Under $50.00 - $25 Fee $50.00-$299.99 - $30 Fee $300 & up - $40 Fee or 5% whichever is greater
**Payments that are returned for past due balances will be considered for disconnection upon processing
Although the water has color, it is still safe to drink. The discoloration in the water may stain white household items, ie: clothing. At this time, we are still working to pinpoint the cause of the discoloration, and a solution. If you experience discolored water or sediments in your water, please call 407-957-7344 or email us at email@example.com to report the issue to the City of St. Cloud. We will send staff out to flush the lines. Once the exterior water lines are flushed, the pipes within your house will also need to be flushed. This can be accomplished by turning on several cold water taps in your home to allow new water to work its way into your pipes. Let the water run until the water runs clear.
The most common way is through naturally occurring minerals in the water reacting to other substances they come in contact with. Though the raw groundwater is treated to make it safe to drink, there are many compounds still in it. Another reason water may be discolored is because it is turbid. Turbid means it has compounds in it that do not dissolve in the water. This can occur because it has not been filtered out, it is too small to filter out or it enters the distribution system after the treatment process. There are times when resin, from the processing system, may be passing through the filtering system. Also, sediment can be introduced into the system, after treatment.