These metro Atlanta employers are making big hires this June


If you're looking for a new job this summer, you'll find a number of metro Atlanta area companies and agencies adding new employees. A variety of jobs are open across many sectors, including law enforcement and sales.

Here's a brief look at some of the offerings this month:

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Fulton County Sheriff's Office

The Fulton County Sheriff's Office has 120 jobs available, including permanent and entry level positions. Some are law enforcement jobs, such as deputy sheriff and detention officer, but some civilian positions, such as administrative specialist, are also being filled. Benefits are described as being great.

To be considered for one of the jobs, apply online at www.fultoncountyga.gov.

Sheltering Arms

Sheltering Arms, an early education and child care nonprofit, is looking to fill positions at its new center as well as its other locations. The agency may hire qualified candidates on the spot at a job fair held on June 10.

Positions include lead teachers, full- and part-time assistant teachers, substitute teachers and food service managers and assistants. Free medical insurance is provided for employees.

Emory Healthcare

Emory Healthcare is a consistently large employer, with large job openings this June in everything from development and fundraising to information technology to nursing.

A hiring event will be held on June 12 for RNs with at least two years of experience and LPNs in a variety of specialties, including primary care, cardiology, oncology and neurology.

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CarMax

CarMax, the haggle-free used car seller, has openings for over 60 positions in the metro Atlanta area in June, including detailers, sales consultants and collection specialists.

The company was named one of the top large workplaces in a contest by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Workplace Dynamics that utilized employee surveys to determine the rankings.

DeKalb County School District

As the third largest school district in metro Atlanta, DeKalb County has over 15,500 employees. The district is currently hiring qualified certified teachers for the 2017-18 school year.

To be considered for a position, attend the district's career fair on June 13 or submit your application online.


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