Human Resources Director: Dwayne Greer
Human Resources Coordinator: Verlinda Chatman
Human Resources Assistant: Donna D. McMiller
Location: City Hall
Phone: (478) 277-5008 & (478) 277-5009
Fax: (478) 277-5028
About our people
The City of Dublin Municipal Government employs approximately 250 individuals in over 100 different positions. City employees enjoy rewarding careers in the areas of law enforcement, fire safety, utilities, engineering, public works, sanitation and finance. The City of Dublin also offers a generous benefits package to all regular employees as well as specialized training programs designed to enhance employees’ skills. The City of Dublin is committed to equal opportunity employment in its efforts to maintain a diverse and progressive workforce.
Below are the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about obtaining employment with the City of Dublin.
How do I find out about City positions?
All City of Dublin positions are open to the general public are advertised in the classified section of the Dublin Courier-Herald.
Job announcements are posted at all City facilities as well as in the City of Dublin Human Resources Department. They are also placed on the local access channel, Channel 9. Job announcements will provide you with salary information, job duties, application deadlines, educational and experience requirements.
Information regarding open positions can also be obtained by calling the Human Resources Department at (478)277-5008 or (478)277-5009.
How do I apply for City positions?
Employment applications can be obtained from:
City of Dublin
Human Resources Department
100 S. Church Street
P. O. Box 690
Dublin, Georgia 31040
Applications may also be downloaded by clicking HERE
Applications are accepted between 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Applications are kept on file in the Human Resources Department for one year from the date of application.
(You are no longer required to answer questions regarding felony convictions)
Georgia law requires that every public employer, including, but not limited to, every municipality and county, shall register and participate in the federal work authorization program to verify employment eligibility of all newly hired employees. The City of Dublin participates in the E-Verify Program established by the Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration. As established by the agreement for authorization, our federally issued user identification number is 82911. Our date of authorization is January 2, 2008.
For additional information on the E-Verify program contact:
What are some of the benefits offered to City employees?
- 10 Paid Holidays Per Year
- 10 Paid Vacation Days per Year
- 12 Sick Leave Days Per Year
- Medical Benefits
- Dental Benefits
- Life Insurance
- Retirement Plan
- Employee Assistance Program