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The Human Resources department at GDC Headquarters is the primary human resources office for the Georgia Department of Corrections. It is responsible for all human resources functions for the approximately 10,500 employees.
The central office Human Resources department provides support to the agency's employees by developing, coordinating, monitoring, evaluating, and administering personnel functions agency wide. Additionally, it provides oversight, consultation, technical assistance, and policy direction for corrections facilities and various departmental units located across the state, which are responsible for carrying out personnel functions at the local level.
To inquire about current employment opportunities at the Georgia Department of Corrections, you may call the GDC Jobs Hotline at 1-888-343-JOBS and select #4, or 478-992-5211 or visit GDCjobs.com.
For GDC employees or newly hired employees, who need access to the agency's benefits, employee resource center, or employee support services, go to GDCjobs.com and click on the "Working" tab.
Contact the Call Center at 404-656-4661
- Supports the Headquarters staff, 13 State Prisons, and the Board of Pardons and Paroles
- Handles over 40,000 calls monthly
- Plans to expand to handle 17 additional State Prisons by FY2017
- Oversee repair and services for 1,900 agency state vehicles
- Headquarters, located in Forsyth, Ga., operates a 13-bay automotive facility providing services in engine, transmission, brake & suspension, body & paint shop
- 18 facility maintenance sites across the state of Georgia
- $1.5 million in annualized cost savings
- Offenders who meet classification requirements can receive On-the-Job Training for Automative, Diesel, and/or Auto Body and Repairs at Central, Lee, Phillips, and Lee Arrendale State Prisons. Offenders have the opportunity to receive an Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certification
For more information on Fleet Management, click here.
The purpose of the Grants Management Section (GMS) is to identify public and private grant opportunities that support the Department's mission to protect and enhance public safety and to facilitate the grant application process to maximize the Department's chances to obtain grant funding. GMS also oversees the implementation of grant funded projects and ensures that all such projects are managed effectively and that all grant funds are effectively used, managed and reported. GMS also takes the necessary steps to close out grant funded programs once all awarded funds have been exhausted.