The Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice is hoping to hire juvenile correctional officers, teachers, recreational instructors and food service workers to work for its metro Atlanta youth development centers at a job fair this week.
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Here’s how you can work for Georgia’s Department of Juvenile Justice

The Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice is hoping to hire juvenile correctional officers, teachers, recreational instructors and food service workers to work for its metro Atlanta youth development centers at a job fair this week. 

The department is also looking to hire custodians, vocational instructors, and behavioral health professionals, according to a news release on the job fair. Potential hires will be interviewed onsite. 

The fair will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday at the Cathedral of Faith Church of God in Christ on 1137 Avon Avenue in Southwest Atlanta. The event will be held in three two-hour sessions. Walk-in applicants are allowed to attend the 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. session.  


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Applicants are encouraged to take MARTA to the job fair. 

Attendees must arrive 15 minutes before their scheduled session time, be professionally dressed, bring their resume, a valid driver’s license or State ID and their high school diploma or GED. 

Those applying for juvenile correctional officer positions must also bring their active P.O.S.T. certification, proof of citizenship and their DD214, a document that verifies a military member’s retirement, separation of discharge from active duty. 

Attendees can register for the event here. For more information contact the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice’s human resource office at 404-294-3431.


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August 18, 2019

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