Friday, November 11, 2016

City of Dunwoody is currently accepting applications for a Prisoner Transport Officer

Wanted: Prisoner Transport Officer

Dunwoody, Georgia
Begin Date: Wednesday, November 09, 2016
End Date: Sunday, January 01, 2017

The City of Dunwoody Police Department is currently accepting applications for a Prisoner Transport Officer (civilian) position.

This civilian position is responsible for transporting prisoners from the arrest site to the DeKalb County jail and from the DeKalb County jail to the City of Dunwoody Municipal Court and other assigned locations as needed. This position will also provide administrative support to the police department clerical staff as assigned.

Minimum Requirements:
• High School graduate or GED and at least 18 years of age at time of hire. Prefer related military or law enforcement/corrections experience.
• Must possess a valid State of Georgia Driver’s License (Class C) and a satisfactory Motor Vehicle Record (MVR).
• Ability to pass the Georgia Public Safety Training jailer certification course (80-hour) during the 12-month introductory period.The above requirements are not all-inclusive.

Salary: $27,200 - $40,800

• 100% City-Paid Employee Medical Insurance
• 100% City-Paid Employee Dental Insurance
• 100% City-Paid Employee Life/AD&D Insurance
• 100% City-Paid Employee Short-Term and Long-Term Disability Insurance
• 100% City-Paid Wellness Program
• Vision Insurance
• Retirement Savings Plans
• Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)
• Education Assistance
• Fitness Center Memberships
• Vacation Leave, Holidays, and Sick Leave

The job application can be found within the job posting on the Jobs/Career Opportunities page of the City of Dunwoody website ( consideration, please send your completed application to or mail it to

City of Dunwoody
Human Resources Department
41 Perimeter Center East, Suite 250
Dunwoody, GA 30346

Only candidates that meet all the minimum requirements above will be considered. The City of Dunwoody has been certified as a Drug-Free Workplace by the State Board of Workers’ Compensation. All job applicants for the City must undergo testing for the presence of illegal drugs as a condition of employment.

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