Get your summer DeKalb job here. Or make your kid get one.


DeKalb County Recreation, Parks and Cultural Affairs is accepting applications for numerous seasonal summer jobs.

The gigs include food monitors, camp counselors, recreation assistants and bus drivers, the county said. Apps are being taken through March 27.

Applicants must be 18 or older unless they’re applying for lifeguard or pool manager positions. In that case they could be 16 or older.

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Proof of current certification from the Red Cross or other nationally recognized aquatic training programs is required for aquatic positions. 

All applicants selected will be required to complete a drug and alcohol screening and criminal background check prior to employment.

To view positions or complete an application, click here, or visit here, select “How Do I,” then “Apply For Jobs.” 

For more information, contact LaShanda Davis at 404-371-3643 or lsdavis@dekalbcountyga.gov. 

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