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Human Resources

Our department strives to support the goals, mission and vision of the city through the day-to-day administration of the city’s personnel function.

Our responsibilities include:

  • Identify and retain an outstanding workforce to provide services to the citizens of Milton
  • Develop competitive salary and benefits programs to recruit and retain
  • Encourage employees to safely perform the duties of their job and limit liability
  • Train staff
  • Maintain employee records
  • Assure compliance with established internal regulations and state and federal laws.

We are always available to answer any questions. Please feel free to contact us.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I apply for a job?

Send your resume to Sam Trager, Human Resources Director by e-mail or by mail at City of Milton 13000 Deerfield Parkway, Suite 107 F, Milton, GA 30004 for any posted positions.

To qualify for the position, the minimum education and experience required must be met. All advertisements will list the level of education, experience required for the position under the section "Minimum Education & Experience Requirements.”

Qualifications are the primary consideration in filling any position. Experience, education, training, skills and other abilities, as well as specific position requirements and the prior employment history of the applicant, will be considered in appraising individual qualifications.

The City utilizes E-Verify for all new hires. Our E-Verify number is 149148.

Who reviews my application and who will interview me if I am selected?

After the closing date of the particular job vacancy, all applications are reviewed by the hiring supervisor and/or the designated department coordinator. Persons who do not meet the minimum requirements are notified by letter and removed from consideration. The hiring department decides which qualified applicants will be interviewed.

Will I be tested?

Testing requirements are in place for several jobs. Fire and police applicants are given testing dates during the time the city is recruiting entry-level cadets. If you have a disability and require a reasonable accommodation in the testing process, please let the Human Resources Department know your needs and accommodations will be made for you. All applicants who are hired for full-time positions will be required to take a drug test.

Will I be notified of the status of my application?

Yes, all applicants will be notified either by letter or e-mail. If an applicant is not selected for an interview he/she will receive notification by letter. Only applicants selected for interviews will be directly contacted.

How long does the hiring process take?

Every effort is made to reach a prompt decision. The length of time depends on the number of applications received for the position and the nature of the position. Normally, a decision will be made between 15 and 45 days after the job advertisement has expired.

Is my application kept "ON FILE" for other jobs that may become vacant?

We do not keep applications on file after a job has been filled. Once the job vacancy is closed and someone is hired, none of the remaining applications are retained for future openings. Resumes or applications are accepted only for advertised job vacancies.

Is the Fire Department hiring firefighters? When can I apply? Is the Police Department hiring police officers? When can i apply?

The City of Milton generally accepts applications for these positions on an ongoing basis and reviews applications as vacancies permit.

What are the city's benefits?

To view the city's benefits, click here.