Interviews are frequently conducted by panels of county employees, which frequently – but not always – include the hiring manager. Additional interviews may be scheduled at the department's discretion.
Note: Not all job seekers will be granted an interview. The selection of who will be interviewed is at the discretion of the hiring manager or his/her designee.
After conducting the interviews, the hiring department will make a selection and the Human Resources Department will make a tentative job offer to the person or persons selected. Once the tentative job offer is accepted, the hiring process begins.Interview Basics
Closing an Interview
After an Interview
20 Tips to Nail Your Interview
1. Personal appearance – professional dress and grooming
2. Don’t say too much or too little
3. Don’t use too much "I"
4. Don’t show up unprepared
5. Don’t be disrespectful
6. Don’t be late – be 15 minutes early
7. Don’t Chew Gum
8. Don’t criticize past employers
9. Don’t lack vitality
10. Don’t be desperate for the job
11. Don’t be afraid to ask questions about the job
12. Don’t sound money-minded
13. Don’t act like the job is yours
14. Maintain good eye contact with interviewer
15. Show why you are the best for the job
16. Don’t be too modest
17. Don’t talk too much
18. Send a thank-you note or email
19. Don’t get too familiarized with the interviewer
20. Turn off devices
The mission of Escambia County government is to provide efficient, responsive services that enhance our quality of life, meet common needs and promote a safe and healthy community.
Under Florida law, IP addresses and both the content of emails and email addresses are public records. If you do not want your IP address and the content of your email or your email address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in person.