3925-F Michael Boulevard
Mobile, AL 36609
7:00a.m. – 5:00p.m.
Wednesday - Closed
Who we are and What we do.
Nick Matranga is the License Commissioner for Mobile County. The office of the License Commissioner is responsible for the collection and distribution of various types of licenses, sales and use tax. Among the many licenses issued are motor vehicle tag and title registrations, manufactured home decals, boat registrations, handicap decals, business licenses and renewal of driver licenses. The License Commissioner's office employs more than 100 employees to carry out its duties and operates five locations throughout the County of Mobile. Sites are: Michael Square, Theodore Oaks, Eight Mile, with part-time operation Downtown and Citronelle.
How to apply for a job.
Most of our job openings are for tag and title clerks. These employees wait on the public registering and renewing license plates. The entry level position is Office Assistant 1 with a starting salary of $26,650.00 annually, plus a $12.50 subsistence pay for working a 10 hour day.
All applicants must apply through the Mobile County Personnel Board, located at 1809 Government Street, Mobile, Al 36606. Their phone number is 251-470-7727. Their email address is mcpb at personellboard dot org
The Mobile County Personnel Board's hours of operation are as follows: Monday through Friday - 8:00 am - 5:00 pm except for major holidays.
You must take your driver license and social security card with you to the Personnel Board.
Inform the Personnel Board that you want to complete an application for the position of Office Assistant 1. After filling out the application, the Personnel Board will notify you by mail as to when to return to take a written examination. After passing the written test, you will be notified to return for an interview. When the Personnel Board completes the testing and interviewing process, all candidates are ranked. It is at that time that the Personnel Board will provide the License Commissioner's office with a list of candidates from which we can then interview and hire. Both a written and typing test are required for this classification. Minimum typing requirement: 35 wpm.
If you have any questions regarding employment with the License Commission, please contact: Donna Bryant (251) 574-1923.