Looking for a job? Look locally! The best place to make a difference is in your own community. Put your degree to work with a job at one of our many South Florida cities, villages, counties, or even at the state government level. Below is a list of South...
Public Administration careers require different types and levels of education. Most positions require a bachelor’s degree, although a master’s degree is recommended for many management-level and post doctoral degrees for professorial positions...
Our last website re-design was in 2009, that’s six years ago! It was about time, as most of our members would agree. Our old look was pretty cutting edge when it was launched and this new version will not disappoint. You asked for it and we provide...
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Juan Kuryla, PPM – Director, PortMiami Public Administrator of the Year Harvey Ruvin – Clerk of the Courts, Miami-Dade County Elected Official of the Year Howard A. Frank, PhD – Professor and Chair, FIU Public Administration Public Administra...
The American Society for Public Administration is the professional home for more than 9,000 PA practitioners, academics and students with its South Florida Chapter consisting of 171+ members strong and growing. The Chapter embraces the society's original concept in finding ways of assisting its members to work better in their profession under the auspices of the national founder. The South Florida Chapter was chartered in 1959 and has been going strong since.
Throughout this website you will find a curated collection of videos from across the country and across time. These speak to what it means to be a Public Administrator and why it is important to be connected to your American Society for Public Administration and local chapters. Lessons of the past ring true today, where there is government, there are Public Administrators. Achieving excellence in the service we provide as professionals is our daily goal, for the good of our communities.
Rutgers SPAA Archival Video: Careers in Government and Public Administration
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ASPA South Florida Chapter presents its 11th Annual Best Practices Conference in 2017. It consists of a series of breakout sessions that cover the significant areas of operational importance and criterion in the execution of governance will be held throughout the conference. Donate today to help fund this event! We thank you for your support....
Join us as we install the new 2016-2017 ASPA South Florida Chapter Officers and Board at a fun meet-and-greet reception.
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On November 8, 2016 after I become the Clerk. I will have 1200 jobs under my office to work with.
Therefore, if you work for the Clerk's office and see ways for us to improve services, please contact me. Also if you've worked for the Clerk's office and have not received a raise or promotion in years knowing you have the experience and seniority, please let me know that too.
Lastly if you have been looking for an employment opportunity under the Clerk's office, please contact me and or forward your resume to me via the email below.
I am looking for people who are committed to community services and not just a paycheck.
So my criterias for success will include you working in your community either helping a school, a church, a not for profit organization, a homeless shelter or any service area that demonstrates your giving back to your fellow man.
There is a lot of work to be done across Dade County and I need people without agendas helping me clean up this county internal and external operations.
Positions will be available in the following areas after present employees are either promoted and or laterally moved to other positiions.
Please express your area of interest in the following areas.
1. Clerk of the Circuit and County Courts 2. Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners 3. County Auditor office 4. Recorder of Deeds offices 5. Custodian of all public funds and finance offices 6. County Clerk's office
All I need to know is that you care about serving people.
So please forward your resume to me via email email@example.com.
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH
On November 8, 2016, please write my name Rubin Young on your ballot for Dade County Clerk of the Circuit Court, if you want real change that's been denied since Harvey Ruvin took office in 1992.
Remember we are stronger together!!
Rubin Young Elect Write in Candidate Rubin Young Dade County First African American Clerk of Court and County Clerk and Newly Elected Democratic Executive Committeeman Precinct 564
Recipient of the Mark Richard Scholarship Award presented by the United Faculty of Miami Dade College for leadership, academic excellence and scholarly achievements. ... See MoreSee Less