Clerk Employment Application


Clerk Job Openings:

Send Application and Resume to:   or drop off in person at Clerk of Courts, 25 East Hickpochee Ave, LaBelle, FL  33935

Finance Director


Technical, administrative and supervisory work involved in the administration of the County Finances Department. Complete responsibility for all phases of accounting and auditing. Responsible for insuring that policies and procedures adhere to generally accepted accounting principles and comply with provisions of law. Work requires mature, independent judgement and the use of accounting skills and knowledge of the county governmental organization to analyze, evaluate and report on budget matters.


  • Supervise Finance Department
  • Supervise other Clerk Staff when Clerk is unavailable
  • Develop Clerk Budget on annual basis (For Clerks approval)
  • Manage County Financial status (Cash flow, Liquidity)
  • Supervise annual financial audit (County, Clerk)
  • Manage timeliness of Annual Audit and Financial Statements
  • Manage compliancy of Financials
  • Complete monthly, quarterly and annual reports as required
  • Quarterly Medicaid payments
  • Monthly Medicaid payments
  • Monthly Sales tax reporting
  • Financial reporting as needed

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Relevant Bachelors degree or relevant experience.
  • Four years relevant work experience required (leadership experience preferred).
  • Governmental accounting experience
  • Proficiency with computer application software, including development of customized spreadsheets, use of electronic audit work papers, databases and work processing.
  • Tasks require public speaking and interaction
  • County government budget preparation and monitoring experience.
  • Must successfully pass a background check and employment reference checks.
  • Must be drug free and comply with the Drug Free Policy



Statement of Understanding and Release of Information

By applying for an open position at the Clerk of the Circuit Court and County Comptroller’s office, job applicants authorize the Clerk and Comptroller to investigate their background, references, employment record, and other matters relating to suitability for employment. This investigation may include a criminal background check and a check on driving records.

Job applicants will be required to authorize former employers to disclose to the Clerk and Comptroller all reports, and/or other information related to suitability for employment, personal or otherwise, without providing prior notice of such disclosure.

Job applicants will be required to release to the Clerk and Comptroller, former employers and all listed references from any and all claims, demands or liabilities arising out of, or relating to, such investigations, or disclosures.

Any material misrepresentation or pertinent omission of fact in a candidate’s application may disqualify the candidate from employment with the Clerk and Comptroller’s office.

The Clerk and Comptroller requires successful job applicants to consent to and pass a pre-employment substance-screening test.

The Clerk and Comptroller is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Americans With Disabilities Act Employer.

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