The City of Jacksonville declares that a diverse public workforce representative of our community is desirable and can be achieved through equal opportunity, equal access and aggressive recruiting.
There shall be no discrimination or harassment against any person with regard to race, color, religion, political affiliation, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, marital status, or any other impermissible factor. Employment and advancement with the City of Jacksonville shall be based solely upon merit and qualification.
The Equal Opportunity/Equal Access Office is the city's designated EEO compliance function established in accordance with requirements for contractors who are recipients of federal funds and grants.
The City's appointed officials/employees, managers and supervisors shall be responsible for complying with the EO/EA Program and ensuring that the principles of equal employment are applied to all terms of employment.
Provide professional and confidential Equal Opportunity/Equal Access services to job applicants, employees and management while striving to eliminate employment discrimination and public employment underutilization through education, collaboration, enforcement and other proactive means.
Title XI, Chapter 400, Ordinance Code, City of Jacksonville
Executive Order 2017-01 Office of the Mayor
The Equal Opportunity/Equal Access Office is located in the St. James Building and is staffed Mondays through Friday. Appointments are not necessary, but are recommended to avoid walk-in visits when the staff may be unavailable due to training, on-site visits or on-going active investigations.
City employees are authorized to utilize our services during work hours. Verification of time and attendance will be provided if requested.
Equal Opportunity/Equal Access Office
117 W. Duval Street, Suite 350
Jacksonville, FL 32202