Open Opportunities

Recreation & Parks Department | Part-Time Positions

Part-time Positions:

  • Athletic/ Recreation Program Aide
  • Parks/Facility Aide
  • Gymnastics Instructor
  • Youth and Adult Special Interest Instructor

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Sandy Springs Fire Department | Deputy Fire Chief

The City of Sandy Springs

Sandy Springs is a demographically diverse community covering a 38-square-mile area in North Fulton County, Georgia. Sandy Springs is the second largest city in the metropolitan Atlanta area, and is the sixth largest city in the State of Georgia. While the City’s residential population is close to 97,000, the daytime population swells to more than 200,000 due to the concentration of major corporations and businesses located within Sandy Springs. The City is home to more than 40 percent of the available hospital beds in the metropolitan Atlanta area and is proud to be the home of Northside Hospital, Saint Joseph’s Hospital and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

Sandy Springs is a trailblazer in government structure and function. Rather than hire hundreds of government employees, the City utilizes a highly acclaimed Public-Private Partnership model, resulting in the state’s lowest per capita ratio of municipal employees to residents of 1.51 per 1,000. All staff, outside of public safety and senior City leadership, is employed by private companies.

Sandy Springs Fire Department

As a relatively new city, Sandy Springs has focused on providing the most effective and efficient services possible. This philosophy carries over into the City’s public safety operations. Currently, the Sandy Springs Fire Department, which launched on December 29, 2006, has 135 firefighters, including 85 fulltime and 50 part-time Fire/Rescue personnel, operating out of four stations throughout the community. The Sandy Springs Fire Department has an active training program and is 100 percent compliant with NFPA Standard 1001 with an average of 11 years of service by a Sandy Springs firefighter.

SSFD responds to over 10,000 calls each year and places a strong emphasis on emergency medical services (EMS). The SSFD protects more than 40 percent of the available hospital beds in the Metro Atlanta area. Further, the department is responsible for the protection of the 5th busiest stretch of the U.S. Interstate Highway System – Interstate 285. Sandy Springs has more than 43,000 housing units (92 percent occupied and 59 percent multi-family dwellings) and 22,000,000 square feet of office space, ranging from single story office parks to more than 125 high rise buildings (more than four stories). Since inception SSFR has fought over 287 building fires.

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Sandy Springs Fire Department | Fire Chief

Sandy Springs Fire Rescue is a high-performing organization located in the north metropolitan area of Atlanta, Georgia. The current Fire Chief has announced his intention to retire, providing an exceptional opportunity for the right candidate to provide leadership and management to this stable, highly regarded fire department. The City is looking for a respected professional and active manager who is well versed in the latest techniques of the fire service and emergency medical services.

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Sandy Springs Hospitality & Tourism | Executive Director

The purpose of this position is to direct the promotion of tourism, conventions, and trade shows within the City of Sandy Springs (“City”). This generally includes management and oversight of day-to-day operations and activities of Sandy Springs Hospitality Board, Inc. (“Hospitality”), including but not limited to the Sandy Springs Visitors Center, to achieve the goals of Hospitality. The Executive Director shall answer to Hospitality’s Board of Directors (“Board of Directors”).

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Sandy Springs Police Department | Part-time Police Officer (P.O.S.T. Certified)

Under general supervision, performs a variety of duties involved in the enforcement of laws and prevention of crimes; duties include providing general courtroom security and coordinating the transfer of inmates from local holding facility to required court appearances; patrolling and monitoring parks, controlling traffic flow and enforcing State and local traffic regulations and participating in and conducting a variety of criminal investigations. This position provides a high level of customer service and integrates the community into policing activities; participates in community based police activities and programs; performs a variety of technical and administrative tasks in support of law enforcement services and activities. Performs other duties as required.

The rate of pay for certified, part-time Police Officers is $25.25 per hour. (maximum of 29 hours per week and minimum of 12 hours per week) This position may require work on some holidays, nights and weekends. Applicants must be available to work Monday – Friday between 7 am and 6 pm or Friday - Sunday, dawn to dusk. Part-time positions with the City of Sandy Springs are not eligible for any employment benefits.

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Careers with Sandy Springs General Services Contractors

The City of Sandy Springs has a Public-Private Partnership model of local government. Services are provided by private companies with some exceptions, notably Police and Fire services. This website features opportunities for positions working directly for the City of Sandy Springs. For careers information with companies that provide other City services, visit their websites:

- Information Technology - Interdev

- Finance - Severn Trent

- Municipal Court and Recreation and Parks - Jacobs Engineering Group

- Public Works - URS Corporation
              >Open Opportunities with URS

- Communications and Community Development - the Collaborative
             >Open Opportunities with the Collaborative