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Our Mission and Vision

We serve and connect our community to our government partners and the justice system by delivering exceptional services.

VISION Trusted service for a better community.

Clerk and Comptroller's Duties

The Florida Constitution which has governed Florida citizens for over 150 years, established a Clerk & Comptroller as an elected public trustee in 1838 and established at the county level a system of checks and balances that has served the public well.
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Administrative Services

A picture of a desk paper holder fork with several sheets of paper held in place by it The Clerk & Comptroller is an elected Constitutional Officer who under Florida Statutes provides information management, record keeping and financial management to the Circuit Court, County Court and County Government. Administrative Services includes Human Resources, Information Technology, and Internal Audit. Administrative Staff

Human Resources

The Human Resources Division maintains and manages payroll,compensation and benefits, employee relations, personnel records, recruitment, and training programs. This Division also oversees the Clerk & Comptroller's Volunteer Program.

Applications for employment with the Office of Clerk and Comptroller are accepted only when a vacancy has occured.

The Clerk & Comptroller's Office uses an online application which is located on the Career Opportunities page. Human Resources

Division of Inspector General

The Division of Inspector General conducts audits of departments or functions of the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk & Comptroller's Office, in order to assess risks and recommend measures to mitigate those risks; evaluate internal controls to identify potential problems or inadequacies; review compliance with contracts, policies, procedures, regulations, laws, etc. and determine the impact of non-compliance; analyze and evaluate the efficiency and operational effectiveness of the various functions or programs of the Board and Clerk. Inspector General

Information Technology

The Information Technology Division provides support in the design, implementation, enhancement, and training of the Clerk & Comptroller's personnel in the operation of automated information systems. This Division also assesses the potential benefits and applications of automated programs for use within the various departments within the Office of the Clerk & Comptroller.