Career Services

For nearly two decades, CareerSource Central Florida has been helping residents of Central Florida find professional success. With the assistance of our Career Service Consultants, take control of your future by exploring and uncovering opportunities to follow your career aspirations.

Start Your Career

In accordance with Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) standards, which supersede the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of 1998, we were granted an extraordinary opportunity to improve career seeker and job options for our region’s workers and career seekers. Through an integrated, career-driven public workforce system that links diverse talent to businesses, our efforts directly support the development of strong, vibrant regional economies where businesses thrive and people want to live and work.

Career Consultation

Recruitment services should reflect the needs of the individual on a case-by-case, customized basis. CareerSource Central Florida tailors our employment services based upon your specific objectives and requirements. We look at the needs of businesses and determine the best course of action to match and develop your talents to help you secure lasting employment.

CareerSource Central Florida serves approximately 120,000 career seekers through six career service centers and mobile operations throughout Sumter, Lake, Osceola, Seminole, and Orange counties. Explore how working with a Career Service Consultant can move you further in your career, today, tomorrow, and into the future.

Meet with a CareerSource Central Florida Career Service Consultant to receive a one-on-one assessment for determining your strengths and challenges regarding your career search. During this meeting, you will receive recommendations on appropriate measures to take for achieving the highest levels of success. Our Career Service Consultants are entrusted by businesses to provide the right candidates, and one-on-one interviews allow an opportunity to tailor a career pathway with your needs in mind.

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To begin your job search here on our website simply type in keywords related to your desired industry, such as “Nurse” or “Electrician.” Narrow your search by using the available filters, including county, salary, and education level.

In an effort to enhance your career search here at CareerSource Central Florida we feature the Employ Florida database, one of the nations’ largest career banks, an online portal to virtual career-matching services developed by our partners at CareerSource Florida and the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. Through this official one-stop career bank Floridians can gain access to more than 200,000 job advertisements, from over 130,000 Florida businesses, with postings from nearly 20,000 websites including Monster, Indeed and CareerBuilder.

Additionally, to make your job search even easier a new mobile app to complement existing database services was created and launched. Through this app you can geographically target job openings and apply for positions from your smartphone.

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Job of the Day

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Osceola County

Food and Beverage Manager


$30,000 / Year

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No minimum education requirements. The Company associates have access to guestrooms and property; therefore, associates must pass the appropriate security clearance, per company policy. Two years’ experience supervising at least three (3) associates is required. One year experience following standard recipes is required. Experience ordering/pricing food and inventory control is required. Experience with chain food and retail outlet preferred. Must be able to perform major life activities: Standing, lifting, bending, learning, reading, concentrating, thinking, and communicating. Must be able to push or pull up to 60 pounds and lift and/or carry up to 50 pounds. Must be able to stand for eight hours, bend, stretch, reach. Must have written and verbal communication skills. Bilingual in another language a plus. Must have knowledge in financial aspects of running a department: labor, food and beverage costs controls. Must have knowledge in storage and labeling of all products: dry, freezer, refrigerated, etc. Must have knowledge of OSHA requirements and maintains department accordingly. Required to have supervisory skills: interview, hire, train, appraise, and document. Must have knowledge of area shopping, dining, entertainment and travel directions to assist guest inquires; and daily hotel operations. Required to check daily events, bulletin boards and be up to date on changes, new procedures and events. Must have knowledge of BEOs and details surrounding events; entire property, staff, services, hours of operation; type of rooms; locations, rates, and discounts. Required to train and develop associates through meetings, and logs. Required to monitor and document associates for both positive and negative feedback. Must have experience using a computer to thoroughly operate property management system: post charges, compute bills, collect payment and make change. Required to maintain organization of supplies, storage rooms, refrigerators and freezers. Must be able to multi task, rand have customer service skills. Must be able to communicate with guests, department heads, associates and home office support staff. Required to solve guest issues. Required to market and promote to increase exposure and sales. Required to work flexible shifts as necessary. The next step for this position is in a training capacity or in either the front office, maintenance or in a food and beverage department. The ability to teach skills and competencies will enhance leadership skills in preparation for further promotion. Must have a valid Driver’s License. Employer conducts drug screening, reference, and background checks.

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Responsible for: the day-to-day operation of the Food and Beverage outlets, to include and not limited to: personnel, budget performance and financial controls, maintenance of equipment, preparation, service and set-up of menu items. Maintain a professional cohesive team by: hiring, training, coaching, counseling and developing the most qualified individuals. Complete administrative duties; schedules, payroll, inventories, orders, production controls. Work within budgeted guidelines for maximum revenues and within labor models. Maintain safety and security practices, have thorough knowledge of emergency procedures. Maintain all Food Safety, Department of Health and OSHA standards. Ensure guests are provided with product and service. Must be thoroughly familiar with the Associate Handbook, implement all the rules, policies and procedures established by the company; including, but not limited to, those contained in the Associate Handbook. Maintain certification from a brand approved responsible vendor training program. Act as Manager on Duty (MOD) in the absence of other department heads, working in conjunction with all management of the property. Other duties as assigned, that the associate is capable of performing as staffing needs arise.

Orange County

CAD Draftsmen


$17.00 / Hour

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High School Diploma required. . Must have 5 years’ experience to play key role in project delivery from concept design through construction. Must be skilled in REVIT and AutoCAD, sketch UP & Photoshop are preferable. Demonstrated proficiency in the creation of design and contract documents. Must be able to use 3D modeling to produce work ethic, and willingness to learn and work collaboratively with team members. High School Diploma required.

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Working with team members to produce design drawings, presentations, and construction documents. Collaborating with clients and senior staff to generate design solutions. Working with project managers to meet project milestones.

Sumter County

Assistant Manager


$15.00 / Hour

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High school diploma or GED preferred. Three to five years background in retail management. Customer service and selling experience. Experience using Microsoft Word and Excel. Experience using an email service. Leadership and team management skills preferred. Ability to manage multiple priorities. Exhibit problem solving skills. Ability to communicate with customers, coworkers and others with the organization. Pay attention to detail. Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. Ability to stand, bend, reach and work with your hands. Employer conducts drug screening, background and reference checks.

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Supervising, leading & motivating employees. Meeting sales & profit goals. Controlling expenses & inventory. Displaying merchandising techniques. Unload, receive and stock merchandise. Preparing and supervising the in house production of a variety of confection items made locally in the candy kitchen. Displaying a customer service driven attitude. Performing back office duties using a PC.

Lake County

Corporate Controller


$52,000 / Year

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Bachelor’s degree and minimum two years of related experience. CPA not required. Must be proficient in Excel, Outlook and Word. Employer conducts drug screening, reference, background, credit and motor vehicle record checks.

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Oversee AR, AP, HR, Payroll, Credit Decisions and generate monthly financial statements. Work with IT, sales adn production team to provide reporting. Complete corporate surveys to customers and provide input to management. Will work with outside CPA firm. Suggest ideas for cost savings and work with current partners. Ensure compliance with HR rules and regulations. Report directly to the President and Owners.

Seminole County

Customer Service Coordinator


$13.00 – $15.00 / Hour

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High school diploma or equivalent and one year of experience. Associates degree preferred. Employer conducts drug screening, reference and background checks.

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Receive, prioritize, and dispatch service from clients to company international technician network. Act as an account specialist, managing and documenting calls from inception to completion. Anticipate client needs by providing proactive, accurate information to clients. Understand and manage the relationship between customers, contractors and company. Manage outgoing calls for work order, technician, and invoice management. Market company to prospective technicians in an effort to expand international vendor network.

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* Disclaimer: Please note that the position for which you are applying may already be filled. However, our Career Service Consultants will be able to discuss other options that will fit your interests.