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4 government job openings in DeKalb County that pay more than $50K

Government jobs can pay more than you think! Check out the four part-time government jobs below, hiring right now according to DeKalb County, and all pay more than $50,000.

Follow the hyperlinks with each job title to apply.

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DeKalb County

Where it is: Decatur, GA

What it is: Stormwater engineering supervisor

What you do: You will be responsible for directing and evaluating staff, discipline and complete performance reviews, oversee NPDES Permit reporting and manage Illicit discharge enforcement program.

What you need: A bachelor's degree in civil engineering or a related field; seven years of experience in watershed protection, water quality issues, and enforcement in local government or a related field.

Watershed Management

Where it is: Decatur, GA

What it is: Crew supervisor

What you do: You will be expected to direct and evaluate staff, address employee concerns, assign tasks to each team member, complete performance appraisals as well as ensure a safe work environment for employees.

What you need: High school diploma or GED and four years of experience in construction, maintenance, utilities repair, or a related field. Both a Georgia's driver's license and a commercial driver's license are needed.

Watershed Management

Where it is: Decatur, GA

What it is: GIS analyst senior

What you do: Your main role will be to support the GIS director and system manager, work on certain teams to integrate GIS functions and follow up with users find out any complications with the GIS system.

What you need: A bachelor's degree in earth science, civil engineering, planning, or a related field and five years of experience with the application of GIS systems.

Watershed Management

Where it is: Decatur, GA

What it is: Professional engineer

What you do: You will oversee a team in the construction process (initial design, plans, estimates and reports) of storm drains and sewerage systems as well as direct workflow and prepare performance evaluations for engineers.

What you need: A bachelor's degree in civil engineering or other engineering discipline and five years of experience in civil engineering or construction management.

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