Personnel Department

Department Mission:
To maintain an environment where teamwork, trust, openness, pride and respect are standard practices. The employees of the City of Forest Park are our most important resource. We want our city to be a place where people are motivated, cared for, and have a feeling of belonging and want to achieve excellence.

The Personnel department is located at 785 Forest Parkway in the Annex building across from City Hall. The Personnel department can be reached at 404-608-2347. The number to the Job Line is 404-608-2309. EEO

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Continuous Employment Opportunities
Full Time Positions Include:
Good Benefits, Vacation Days, Sick Days, Holidays,
Medical/Dental, Retirement

Employment Applications:    Applications are accepted only for positions currently available.
Each application submitted should include all forms listed under the position you are applying for.

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Planning, Building and Zoning Department

(1 Position)

$21.62 an hour (for one year)

Deadline: Until Filled


This is a one year, grant-fundedposition to aid in the implementation of the Quality of Life Program (QOL)facilitated by the Code Enforcement Division. The QOL Program is an initiativethat was created to preserve and improve the quality of life, housing andneighborhoods within the HUD eligible Low Income Limit (LI) communities ofForest Park. The City has four census tracts with median incomes that classifywithin the HUD eligible Low Income Limits criteria.


Under limited supervision, the NSO willinspect the overall condition of existing housing/property and determinecompliance or non-compliance of housing codes and ordinances; conduct abatementinspections of abandoned or derelict properties; initiate abatementproceedings; prepare various forms, maintain records, draft reports and serve as aprimary contact person and interface with the public concerning QOL Programactivities, community involvement or other public policy matters; serve as a referral source and liaisonbetween the citizens of Forest Park and the Housing Authority of Clayton Countyfor the Housing Urgency Grant Program (HUG) or any other applicable housinginitiatives. Assist the Clayton County/Forest Park Land Bank in theidentification, acquisition and disposition of properties within the citylimits in eligible low income communities.


The NSO may also serve as aninterpreter/public education officer for the non-English speaking LatinAmerican population who reside within identified LI census tract(s). The NSOwould distribute public educational materials that will be printed in Englishand Spanish to explain/enforce various city ordinances, including informing thepublic of the application process for subdivisions, variances, conditional usepermits, appeals, and other Planning, Building and Zoning issues.


Able to operate a motor vehicle topatrol designated areas, personal computer, digital camera, and general officeequipment; to include the use of word processing, spreadsheet, database,e-mail, Internet, and other computer programs and also utilize a handheldtablet to access code enforcement case management software to enter/recordreal-time information regarding property status and condition.


A Bachelor’s Degree in Planning, PublicPolicy, Government or a related discipline is preferred.

Or an Associate's degree with coursework emphasis in engineering, construction, and code enforcement; supplementedby three (3) years previous experience and/or training that includes codeenforcement, building/housing inspection, affordablehousing and community development or generalbuilding constructions; or any equivalent combination of education, training,and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilitiesfor this job. Geographic Information System (GIS) knowledge desired. Mustpossess a valid Georgia Driver's License. Bilingual (fluent in English and Spanish)preferred. EOE



Salary Range:  $37,712- 63,358

Deadline:  Until Filled


Under limited supervision, performs technical andsupervisory work in the enforcement of the applicable federal, state, and localcodes and ordinances. Is responsible for coordinating daily work activities;prioritizing and assigning work; monitoring status of work and inspectscompleted work. Ensures staff compliance with all applicable laws, rules andregulations, standards and policies and procedures. Provides information andassistance concerning codes/ordinances; informs the public of the applicationprocess for subdivisions, variances, conditional use permits, appeals, andother Planning, Building and Zoning issues. Supervisor is responsible forcoordinating activities involving inspections, investigations, issuance of citationsand enforcement of city codes and ordinances. Individual attends andparticipates in various meetings, promotes positive public relations within thecommunity. Codes Compliance Supervisor is responsible for a wide range ofduties.


Must be able to prepare various forms, reports,correspondence, performance evaluations, daily activity reports, etc. Able tooperate a motor vehicle, personal computer, digital camera, and general office equipment;to include the use of word processing, spreadsheet, database, e-mail, Internet,and other computer programs.


Associate's degree with course work emphasis inengineering, construction, and code enforcement; supplemented by three (3)years previous experience and/or training that includes code enforcement, building/housinginspection, or general building constructions; or any equivalent combination ofeducation, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge,skills, and abilities for this job. Geographic Information System (GIS)knowledge desired. Must possess a valid Georgia Driver's License. Must possess or beable to complete the minimum of hours of curriculum required for the GeorgiaAssociation of Code Enforcement (GACE) Certificate as a Code EnforcementOfficer. Other state certification will beconsidered. Bilingual (fluent in English and Spanish) preferred. EOE




Police Dept.

$24,516.             Full Time

Deadline:  December 29, 2014

Provides clerical support for an assigned department/division; processes a variety of documentation associated with department/division operations within designated timeframes and per established procedures. Must be competent in general clerical principles, practices and techniques to include organizing and maintaining files, records database and records keeping. Previous court or law enforcement administration experienced desired. Conducts research of department files, database records, Internet sites, or other sources as needed. Maintains current manuals, codes/ordinances, retention schedules, directories, and other reference materials.

Performs customer service functions; provides information/assistance regarding department/division services, activities, procedures, fees, or other issues; distributes forms/documentation as requested; responds to routine questions or complaints; researches problems/complaints and initiates problems resolution. Good phone etiquette is required.

Performs some light accounting work and has knowledge of cash handling. Must possess strong mathematical aptitude. Requires High School Diploma or equivalent; supplemented by previous experience and/or training involving general office work, data entry and computer operations. Must type 45 wpm. Also, must have knowledge of the operation and function of the computer, some exp. in Microsoft Office. Bilingual a plus. EOE.


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