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The Human Resources Department seeks to attract, select, and retain a high-performance, diverse workforce. We focus on fostering employee satisfaction and promoting employee productivity. Please take a moment to review the following Frequently Asked Questions to find out more about working at the City of Dunwoody.
Open positions are listed on the Career Opportunities page of the City website.
We only accept applications and/or resumes for positions that are listed on the Career Opportunities page of the City website. Any other submissions will not be filed or stored.
Yes. On the Human Resources main page, click on the link that says, “Click here to receive career posting updates by e-mail.”
Due to the volume of applications received, the City may only contact those who are selected to advance in the recruitment process.
If the position is posted on the Career Opportunities page of the City website, it is still open. If you no longer see the job posting for which you applied, the position has been closed.
No. We require a separate application for each position.
Unless stated otherwise in the job posting, all positions are “open until filled.”