Thank you for your interest in a career with the City of Duluth. If you wish to apply for a current job opening, please review our list of current job openings at www.duluthga.net/jobs. You will need to complete a job application and submit it to us along your resume and education documents (high school diploma/GED, college transcripts, certifications, etc.)
The general job application link is posted under each job posting on our web site. It is a PDF fill-able form. Turn in all non-police job applications to Human Resources located at City Hall, or email to email@example.com, or by mail:
City of Duluth
Attn: Human Resources
3167 Main Street
Duluth, GA 30096
The police job application link is posted under the police job openings at the bottom of the Career Opportunities page. You will need to follow the instructions in the job application. It does require a raised notary stamp, so electronic copies cannot be accepted. Turn in all police job applications to Major Hunter at the Public Safety building. (Applications turned in at City Hall will be forwarded).
Duluth Police Department
Attn: Major Mark Hunter
3276 Buford Hwy
Duluth, GA 30096
Once we receive your application materials, your information will be reviewed by internal staff. If you are missing any information, you may be contacted to send it to us. Internal staff will review all job applications and select the job applicants to be interviewed and will contact the selected candidates to schedule an interview. Most of our positions are open until filled.
Once a final candidate is selected to be hired, they will be contacted by internal staff to complete any pre-employment testing and we will process background checks, job references, and if required, we will schedule a drug test appointment and/or physical, based on the job requirements for each position. Once all the pre-employment steps are done, you will meet with Human Resources to complete your new hire paperwork and receive benefits information. Human Resources will work with your department supervisor to schedule your first day at work and make sure that you have what you need to perform your job.