The City of Palm Coast is committed to successfully recruiting and onboarding talented and skilled veterans into the City’s workforce. The City recognizes the extensive training, experience, and transferrable skills gained through military service.
Frequently Asked Questions
The City of Palm Coast uses a non-points based system; therefore, if an applicant qualifies for Veterans' Preference, preference is given at every step in the selection process. The eligible applicant who meets the qualifications, is shown preference by the guarantee of an interview. Veterans' Preference is not a guarantee of a job, as the final choice is based upon who the decision maker believes is the most qualified.
If one of the categories above is applicable to you, complete the following before midnight of the position closing date in order to claim Veterans' Preference:
- Apply for an open position;
- Answer "Yes" to the following question on each application you submit: "Are you claiming Veterans' Preference?"; and
- Attach DD214 or equivalent documentation to your application; and
- A Veteran must be discharged with nothing less than an Honorable discharge as indicated on the DD214 or equivalent documentation.
Working for the City of Palm Coast comes with a range of comprehensive benefits aimed at supporting employees' well-being and professional growth. These include health insurance for medical, dental, and vision needs, retirement plans, sick and vacation paid time off, and holidays. The City also provides opportunities for professional development, fostering career advancement and skill enhancement.
For more information, visit the Human Resources page.