Unless you have one of three skill sets, it has now become almost impossible to get a job with the City of Sarasota. Commission members enacted a four-month hiring freeze this week, in an attempt to save a quarter-million dollars. The only exceptions to the freeze are the pension plans administrator, a computer systems administrator and a computer support specialist. City Clerk Pam Nadalini says with the current plan administrator retiring, a replacement must be found soon so they can be trained by that person. Both computer systems positions are needed to continue the current investigation into possible misuse of computer files by some leaders.