The City of Lake Alfred is an equal opportunity employer and provides a drug-free workplace.
For additional information regarding employee benefits, please contact Human Resources at (863) 837-5241.
Full-Time Employee Benefits:
Full-time employees of the City of Lake Alfred are provided with a comprehensive benefit package that includes paid holidays, sick leave, vacation, health insurance, life insurance, vision insurance, dental insurance a defined pension benefit plan, and much more.
- Paid Holidays
- Paid Personal Time Off (PTO)
- Defined-contribution Retirement Plan (401a)
- Deferred Compensation Plan – 457
- Medical, Dental & Life insurance
- Vision Insurance
- Tuition Assistance Program
Part-time employees of the City of Lake Alfred are provided with a comprehensive benefits package that includes paid holidays, vacation, floating holiday, and optional investment opportunities (457 plan).
Florida has very broad public records laws. Documents provided to the City of Lake Alfred are covered by Florida Public Records Law and are available to the public and the media upon request.
The City of Lake Alfred is a drug-free workplace. Therefore, certain employment offers will be contingent upon the successful completion of a drug screening, which is part of the background check process.
Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
The Equal Employment Opportunities can be defined as the method used by the City to identify and eliminate all barriers within the personnel management system which limit the ability of minority and female employees to reach their full potential. This EEO program is based on the desire to provide equitable opportunities for employment and conditions of employment to all employees regardless of race, sex, creed, color, age, national origin, religion, handicap or disability, marital status, or status as a disabled or Vietnam Era Veteran.
This Affirmative Action Plan is divided into two separate areas. The first addresses the EEO elements to assess equal employment operations such as hiring, discipline, lateral transfers, and promotions. The second addresses Affirmative Action issues such as analysis of the current workforce by EEO Job Category, determines the extent of under-utilization, if any, of minorities and women, presents reasonable goals to correct the under-utilization, and establishes measurable objectives to meet those goals.