§ 34.107 POSITION CLASSIFICATION PLAN.
   (A)   The position classification plan provides a complete inventory of all positions in the classified service. The plan establishes titles, each of which are descriptive of the duties and responsibilities of the position so titled.
   (A)   The City Commission shall not accept any street right-of-way as a public street whether by dedication in a plat or by deed or other instrument unless it complies with the applicable following minimum width unless modified in any overlay district with a corresponding street regulating plan or diagrams for the streets within the overlay district, such as but not necessarily limited to the TO/EOD.
The plan shall consist of the following.
      (1)   Job titles which are descriptive of the work performed, and which identify each position.
      (2)   Job code numbers which assist in identifying each position.
      (3)   Scheduled hours to be worked per week by employees holding the various positions.
      (4)   Position classifications, or pay grades, which group positions of similar duties and responsibilities, and which require similar effort, experience, and training, and which may be fairly compensated within the same pay range.
('58 Code, § 11.79)
   (B)   The Personnel Director is responsible for the continuous and proper maintenance of the position classification plan. He shall periodically review the classification of positions and recommend revisions to the City Manager when necessary.
('58 Code, § 11.80)
(Ord. 69-85, passed 9-9-69)
   (C)   There is hereby established a classification plan and complete inventory of all positions of city employees, providing for minimum and maximum salaries and intermediate salary steps in all ranges, and a salary plan in which each existing class of employment is assigned to one of the ranges in the plan.
Position Classification Plan
Job Code
Job Title
Scheduled Hours Per Week
Position Classification (Pay Grade)
Job Code
Job Title
Scheduled Hours Per Week
Position Classification (Pay Grade)
General Clerical
110
Office Assistant I
40
16
112
Office Assistant II
40
18
125
Secretary I
40
18
126
Secretary II
40
19
127
Department Head Secretary
40
20
128
Executive Secretary
40
28
129
Advisory Board Secretary
40
21
130
Human Resources Clerk
40
18
131
Research and Records Specialist
40
20
132
Administrative Specialist
40
24
138
Cashier
40
16
140
Head Cashier
40
18
143
Payroll Specialist I
40
21
144
Payroll Specialist II
40
24
146
Legal Assistant
40
23
152
Clerk to the Special Magistrate
40
20
153
Contract Administrator
40
20
161
Data Analyst
40
28
162
Information Technologies Specialist I
40
24 (4)
163
Information Technologies Specialist II
40
26
164
Sr. Business Applications Analyst
40
32
165
Information Technologies Analyst
40
28
166
Business Communication Analyst
40
30
167
Information Technologies Analyst II
40
28
168
Business Applications Analyst
40
30
175
Network Systems Analyst
40 (4)
30
176
Sr. Network Systems Analyst
40
32
177
E-Plan Administrator
40
32
178
Web Design Developer
40
28
180
Deputy City Clerk
40
30
181
Buyer
40
22
182
Purchasing Assistant
40
20
185
Material Handling Specialist
40
18
186
Central Stores Operations Manager
40
28
187
Accounting Clerk I
40
18
190
Accounting Clerk II
40
19
191
Accounting Clerk III
40
21
194
Microfilm Clerk I
40
13
195
Records Technician
40
17
Fiscal and Administrative
201
Audit Assistant
40
20
202
Deputy Internal Auditor
40
35
203
Assistant Internal Auditor
40
30
205
Internal Auditor
40
38
207
Risk Manager
40
33
208
Claims Adjuster II
40
27
209
Claims Adjuster I
40
25
211
Human Resources Specialist
40
23
212
Strategic Performance Manager
40
33
213
Public Communications Specialist I
40
26
214
Strategic Communications Administrator (PIO)
40
38
215
Budget Manager
40
36
216
Budget Analyst
40
28
217
Budget Assistant
40
19
218
Public Communications Specialist II
40
27
219
Special Projects Coordinator
40
30
220
Director of Planning and Growth Management
40
38
221
Asset/Project Management Specialist
40
29
222
Real Property Manager
40
30
223
Economic Development Manager
40
33
224
Tourism Marketing Manager
40
31
225
Zoning Director
40
30
226
Utility Billing Specialist
40
24
227
Utility Billing Clerk
40
20
228
Parking Operations Manager
40
30
230
Purchasing Agent
40
27
231
Business Development Specialist
40
19
232
Purchasing Supervisor
40
30
233
Systems and Programming Manager
40
33
234
Chief Information Officer
40
38
235
Assistant Chief Information Officer
40
36
236
General Services Director
40
35
237
Contract Manager
40
32
238
Customer Service Representative
40
17
239
Assistant Customer Service Manager
40
26
240
Customer Service Manager
40
30
241
Assistant Planner
40
24
242
Business Tax Technician
40
18
243
Permit Services Support Coordinator
40
26
244
Permit Technician Support
40
24
245
Business Tax Inspector
40
24
246
Chief Business Tax Receipt Inspector
40
26
247
Sustainability Coordinator
40
28
248
Housing and Social Services Manager
40
31
249
Floodplain Coordinator
40
26
250
Human Resources Director
40
40
251
Permit Expediter
40
19
252
Senior Human Resources Analyst
40
33
253
Human Resources Analyst
40
30
260
Finance Director
40
40
261
Comptroller
40
36
262
Controller
40
35
263
Revenue Collections Manager
40
33
264
Treasurer
40
33
265
Payroll Supervisor
40
26
266
Junior Accountant
40
24
267
Accountant
40
27
268
Collection Specialist
40
28
269
Senior Accountant
40
29
270
Financial Analyst
40
28
271
Planning Director
40
32
272
Senior Planner
40
30
273
Planner
40
26
274
Design Planner
40
26
275
Housing and Urban Improvement Director
40
36
276
Principal Planner
40
33
277
Community Development Coordinator
40
28
278
Community Development Program Specialist
40
26
279
Community Development Inspector
40
25
280
Community Development Program Administrator
40
26
281
Deputy City Manager
40
38
282
Assistant City Manager
40
45
283
Cultural Affairs Director
40
35
284
Community Redevelopment Agency Director
40
35
285
Development Services Director
40
40
286
Project Compliance Manager
40
30
287
Assistant Development Services Director
40
36
288
Grant Coordinator
40
28
289
Senior Paralegal
40
28
290
Capital Improvement Plan Manager
40
35
291
GO Bond and Innovation District Director
40
36
292
Redevelopment Project Manager
40
30
293
Redevelopment Project Coordinator
40
26
294
Marketing Coordinator
40
26
295
Cultural Venues Programming Manager
40
28
296
Marketing Director
40
35
General
300
Service Worker I
40
17
301
Service Worker II
40
18
302
Service Worker III
40
19
303
Service Worker IV
40
21
304
Sand and Spurs Attendant
40
17
305
Box Office Coordinator
40
18
315
Custodian
40
16
317
Pest Control Worker
40
21
320
Messenger
40
16
323
Cemetery Sexton
40
22
325
Nursery Technician
40
20
327
Irrigation Technician
40
20
330
Mechanic I
40
20
331
Mechanic II
40
22
332
Mechanic III
40
23
335
Golf Cart Mechanic
40
21
355
Equipment Operator
40
19
350
Recycling Specialist
40
22
360
Heavy Equipment Operator
40
21
365
Heavy Equipment Operator/Mechanic
40
22
387
Printing Technician
40
22
Water and Sewer Service
400
Water Meter Reader
40
17
405
Field Service Representative II
40
19
406
Field Service Representative I
40
18
419
Reuse Outreach & Water Conservation Coordinator
40
23
420
Utilities Program Coordinator
40
23
421
Utilities System Trainee
40
17
422
Utilities System Operator I
40
18
423
Utilities System Operator II
40
19
424
Utilities System Operator III
40
21
435
Utilities Treatment Plant Trainee
40
21
440
Utilities Treatment Plant Operator I
40
23
441
Utilities Treatment Plant Operator II
40
24
442
Chief Utilities Treatment Plant Operator
40
27
450
Lift Station Operator II
40
23
455
Lift Station Operator I
40
20
460
Water Plant Operator III
40
25 (9)
465
Utilities Plant Mechanic
40
23
466
Utilities Mechanical Specialist
40
20
467
Instrumentation Technician
40
26
468
TV Equipment Operator
40
21
469
Backflow Technician
40
21
470
Laboratory Technician
40
25
471
Field Sampling Specialist
40
22
472
Chemist
40
27
473
Analytical/QA Specialist
40
25
474
Compliance Coordinator
40
23
475
Utilities Business Operations Analyst
40
27
Supervisory
500
Utility Maintenance Foreman
40
23
501
Maintenance Foreman
40 (4)
22
502
Customer Service Foreman
40
21
504
Utilities System Foreman
40
23
505
Irrigation Foreman
40
23
506
Athletic Facilities Maintenance Foreman
40
22
507
Facilities Maintenance Supervisor
40
24
508
Airpark Maintenance Foreman
40
22
510
Meter Shop Foreman
40
23
515
Water Distribution Manager
40 (4)
30
516
Senior Water Distribution Supervisor
40 (4)
28
520
Utilities Safety and Backflow Supervisor
40
27
550
Wastewater Collection Manager
40
30
555
Wastewater Pumping Station Manager
40
30
557
Utilities Treatment Plants Operations Manager
40
30
558
Utilities Maintenance Manager
40
30
559
Utilities Stormwater Manager
40
30
560
Utilities Field Superintendent
40
33
565
Utilities Treatment Plant Superintendent
40
33
566
Utility Compliance and Efficiency Manager
40
33
568
Garage Foreman
40
24
573
Fleet Manager
40
30
574
Laboratory Manager
40
29
575
Streets Operations Manager
40
30
577
Streets Supervisor
40
24
581
Urban Forester
40
30
582
Lead Landscape Inspector
40
26
583
Grounds Maintenance Supervisor
40
24
588
Solid Waste Operations Specialist
40
22
589
Solid Waste Operations Supervisor
40
24
590
Facilities Maintenance Operations Director
40
35
591
Solid Waste Operations Director
40
35
592
Grounds Operations Manager
40
30
593
Fleet Operations Manager
40
30
594
Fleet Operations Supervisor
40
24
595
Air Park Manager
40
32
650
Utilities Superintendent
40
30
Technical and Engineering
607
GO Bond Project Inspector
40
24
608
Engineering Technician
40
24
609
Utilities Line Locator
40
21
610
Landscape Inspector
40
24
619
Engineering Inspector II
40
28
620
Chief Engineering Inspector
40
31
621
Engineering Inspector I
40
26
622
Engineering Inspector III
40
30
623
Public Works Inspector
40
24
624
Engineering Field Technician
40
27
625
Public Works Director
40
40
626
Housing Code Inspector
40
26
627
Assistant Public Works Director
40
36
629
Building Official
40
40
630
Assistant Building Official
40
36
631
Chief Building Inspector
40
33
632
Building Plans Examiner
40
31
633
Building Field Inspector I
40
29
634
Building Code Compliance Lead Officer
40
31
635
Building Field Inspector II
40
30
636
Code Compliance Director
40
35
640
Public Works Administrator
40
38
645
City Engineer
40
37
646
Engineering Projects Manager III
40
33
647
Engineering Projects Manager II
40
32
648
Engineering Projects Manager I
40
31
650
Utilities Director
40
40
652
Capital Projects Manager
40
32
653
GIS Manager
40
29
655
Civil Engineer I
40
29
654
Civil Engineer II
40
31
656
Civil Engineer III
40
32
657
Construction Manager
40
29
667
Utilities Mechanic
40
25
669
Utilities Electrician
40
25
670
Electrician
40
25
671
Carpenter
40
22
672
Painter
40
22
673
Plumber
40
23
674
Mason
40
22
675
Senior Electrician
40
27
676
Welder
40
23
677
HVAC Technician
40
22
678
Solid Waste Inspector
40
23
695
Traffic Sign Technician
40
18
696
Chief Traffic Sign Mechanic
40
22
697
General Trades Mechanic
40
20
Fire Department
700
Firefighter
(1)
25
705
Driver - Engineer
(1)
27
709
Lieutenant
(1)
28
710
Fire Training Captain
40
30
711
Fire Training Commander
40
32
715
Fire Inspector I
40
29
716
Fire Inspector II
40
30
717
Life Safety Educator
40
23
720
Fire Captain
(1)
30
731
Battalion Chief
(1)
32
735
Fire Marshal
40
34
741
Fire Administrative Services Manager
40
36
742
Administrative Coordinator
40
28
743
Emergency Manager
40
35
744
Logistics Manager
40
28
745
Assistant Fire Chief
40
39
746
Emergency Management Coordinator
40
27
747
Logistics Analyst
40
24
750
Fire Chief
40
41
Golf Course
900
Golf Course Manager
40
31
902
Golf Cart Attendant
40
17
910
Golf Starter - Ranger
40
14
Recreation and Aquatics
916
Tennis Center Manager
40
17
918
Pool Lifeguard
40
17
920
Ocean Rescue Lifeguard
40(8)
19
923
Lifeguard Lieutenant
40
21
924
Ocean Rescue Lieutenant
40
23
925
Ocean Rescue Captain
40
26
927
Bus Driver
40
16
940
Senior Park Ranger
40
19
941
Park Ranger
40
17
942
Pre-School Teacher
40
15
944
Recreation Leader
40
20
950
Recreation Activities Supervisor
40
24
951
Recreation Manager
40
33
952
Recreation Programs Administrator
40
38
953
Parks and Recreation Director
40
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      (1)   Fire Schedule: 24 hours on duty; 48 hours off duty.
      (2)   Plus concessions.
      (3)   Emergency standby pay shall be paid to those employees serving such standby duty at the rate of $1 per hour.
      (4)   All uniformed firefighters assigned to paramedic duty shall receive assignment pay as follows:
   EMT I - 5% biweekly pay period in addition to basic salary.
   EMT II - 15% each biweekly pay period in addition to basic salary.
      (5)   The City Manager may designate an employee to serve as energy auditor in addition to the employee's regular duties, in which case the employee shall receive 5% assignment pay each biweekly pay period in addition to basic salary.
      (6)   All lifeguards, when certified as EMT I, shall receive 5% incentive pay each biweekly pay period in addition to basic salary.
      (7)   Water plant operator when certified as a “B” operator shall receive $50 each biweekly pay period in addition to basic salary and when certified as an “A” operator shall receive $100 each biweekly pay period in addition to basic salary.
(‘58 Code, § 11.81) (Ord. 69-85, passed 9-9-69; Am. Ord. 87-22, passed 2-24-87; Am. Ord. 87-70, passed 9-8-87; Am. Ord. 88-13, passed 11-17-87; Am. Ord. 88-34, passed 3-1-88; Am. Ord. 88-71, passed 7-19-88; Am. Ord. 89-06, passed 11-1-88; Am. Ord. 89-10, passed 11-22-88; Am. Ord. 89-16, passed 11-29-88; Am. Ord. 89-36, passed 2-7-89; Am. Ord. 89-46, passed 3-7-89; Am. Ord. 89-50, passed 3-14-89; Am. Ord. 89-66, passed 5-9-89; Am. Ord. 90-5, passed 10-10-89; Am. Ord. 90-16, passed 11-21-89; Am. Ord. 90-44, passed 4-24-90; Am. Ord. 91-47, passed 4-23-91; Am. Ord. 92-02, passed 10-8-91; Am. Ord. 93-03, passed 10-13-92; Am. Ord. 93-74, passed 9-21-93; Am. Ord. 94-09, passed 12-28-93; Am. Ord. 95-1, passed 10-4-94; Am. Ord. 95-9, passed 10-18-94; Am. Ord. 95-47, passed 3-21-95; Am. Ord. 95-52, passed 4-4-95; Am. Ord. 96-12, passed 11-7-95; Am. Ord. 96-62, passed 4-23-96; Am. Ord. 96-66, passed 5-7-96; Am. Ord. 97-2, passed 10-8-96; Am. Ord. 97-13, passed 11-12-96; Am. Ord. 97-6, passed 10-28-97; Am. Ord. 99-7, passed 11-10-98; Am. Ord. 99-56, passed 7-13-99; Am. Ord. 2000-19, passed 11-9-99; Am. Ord. 2000-25, passed 12-14-99; Am. Ord. 2000-39, passed 2-8-00; Am. Ord. 2000-58, passed 5-9-00; Am. Ord. 2001-20, passed 12-12-00; Am. Ord. 2001-46, passed 3-13-01; Am. Ord. 2001-55, passed 5-22-01; Am. Ord. 2001-78, passed 7-24-01; Am. Ord. 2002-32, passed 2-12-02; Am. Ord. 2003-1, passed 10-8-02; Am. Ord. 2004-31, passed 4-13-04; Am. Ord. 2004-32, passed 4-13-04; Am. Ord. 2004-47, passed 7-13-04; Am. Ord. 2005-46, passed 4-26-05; Am. Ord. 2007-04, passed 10-24-06; Am. Ord. 2007-57, passed 7-10-07; Am. Ord. 2008-06, passed 10-23-07; Am. Ord. 2008-14, passed 12-11-07; Am. Ord. 2008-35, passed 4-22-08; Am. Ord. 2009-02, passed 10-14-08; Am. Ord. 2009-21, passed 2-10-09; Am. Ord. 2010-27, passed 4-13-10; Am. Ord. 2010-39, passed 7-13-10; Am. Ord. 2011-22, passed 2-8-11; Am. Ord. 2012-08, passed 11-8-11; Am. Ord. 2012-40, passed 4-24-12; Am. Ord. 2013-21, passed 11-27-12; Am. Ord. 2013-87, passed 9-24-13; Am. Ord. 2014-08, passed 12-10-13; Am. Ord. 2014-60, passed 9-9-14; Am. Ord. 2016-25, passed 11-10-15; Am. Ord. 2016-40, passed 1-26-16; Am. Ord. 2017-20, passed 1-10-17; Am. Ord. 2018-37, passed 2-27-18; Am. Ord. 2019-13, passed 12-11-18; Am. Ord. 2020-19, passed 1-14-20; Am. Ord. 2020-67, passed 9-21-20; Am. Ord. 2021-86, passed 9-20-21; Am. Ord. 2022-11, passed 11-9-21)
Editor's note:
   Current pay rate increase, see § 34.116