About the Department
The Department of Human Resources provides solutions for the City of Chamblee that are compliant, cost effective, agile, innovative, and scalable. We are dedicated to delivering human resource services that support the rapid growth of the City of Chamblee and which maximize value for both Chamblee's residents and its employees. Our department oversees:
- Compensation and Benefits
- Employee Growth and Development
- Employee Relations
- Legal Compliance
- Performance Management
- Policy and Procedure Administration
- Recruitment and Retention
Human Resources Director
The position of Human Resource Director is responsible for the strategic planning, direction, and management of the Human Resource Department.
- Employment Opportunities
- Personnel Policy and Manual
- 2022 Employee Engagement Survey
The City of Chamblee upholds federal, state, and local laws that protect City of Chamblee employees and job applicants from discrimination on the bases of race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), parental status, national origin, age, disability, family medical history or genetic information, political affiliation, military service, veteran status, marital status, or any other non-merit based factors protected by federal, state, or local law. For more information regarding Equal Opportunity Employment, please click the link below:
E-Verify and Right to Work
The City of Chamblee participates in the Federal Work Authorization Program commonly known as E-Verify. The City of Chamblee's authorized E-Verify ID number is 134407 (registration July 7, 2008). For more information regarding E-Verify and the right to work, please click the links below:
Employee Polygraph Protection
The City of Chamblee is exempt from the federal Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA). Polygraph (a kind of lie detector test) may be administered to certain prospective or current employees in accordance with City policy. For more information regarding the Employee Polygraph Protection Act, please click the link below:
In accordance with Georgia State Law O.C.G.A § 34-9-410, the City of Chamblee is committed to providing a drug-free workplace and has adopted a drug-free workplace policy. Job applicants offered employment for certain positions will undergo testing for the presence of illegal drugs as a condition of employment. Any such applicant with a confirmed positive drug test result will be denied employment. Individuals who have failed a pre-employment drug test much wait a period of 6 months before re-applying for employment and if selected must submit again for a pre-employment drug test as a condition of employment. Individuals who have failed a pre-employment drug test and who are applying for positions in public safety may be disqualified from further consideration for such positions for longer periods of time or indefinitely. It is a violation of City policy for any City employee to use, sell, distribute, purchase, possess, or make offers in relation to illegal substances. Violations are subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment.
Americans with Disabilities
The City of Chamblee does not discriminate against qualified individuals with known mental or physical disabilities in regard to application procedures, hiring, advancement, discharge, compensation, training, or other terms, conditions, and privileges of employment. If an employee or applicant because of a disability needs to request a reasonable accommodation, which will allow them to apply for a position or to perform the essential functions of their job, follow the procedure set forth in the "Problem-Solving and Grievance Procedure" or report your needs to the Office of Human Resources. The City will make reasonable accommodations, as required by law, unless an accommodation would impose an undue hardship on the City. For more information regarding the accessibility and use of the City's website, please click here.