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Thank you for your interest in joining the dynamic family of Miami-Dade County government employees. Miami-Dade County is a rewarding place to work, with great benefits and a stimulating work environment.
Miami-Dade County, Florida is the most populous county in the southeastern United States. The County’s estimated population as of July 2016 is 2,712,945. Miami-Dade County is often referred to as the "Gateway to Latin America and the Caribbean."‚Äč 

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About Us

Human Resources

The Human Resources Department provides centralized personnel services for all County departments.

We work with departments to identify and assist with workforce issues including a renewed emphasis on performance management and standardized discipline policies, employee development and knowledge transfer, ongoing evaluation of workplace rules, and implementation of workforce metrics to measure and analyze overtime utilization, absenteeism, appeals, payroll issues, and employee development needs.

 

We coordinate negotiation of collective bargaining agreements and develop viable and sustainable healthcare options. Employee programs include training, wellness and diversity.

 

We provide residents and employees with a means to have discrimination cases heard and resolved through investigation, mediation, and appeals.