Questions and Answers about Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice

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More security,hard iron equipment,which is electric service on employee@inmates.

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You will pay for your own physical and drug test $75.00 and you will pay for your driving history record...that includes for every state you had a driver license. And that does not guarantee the position. It's a basic interview.

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Interviewed by three people. No hard questions. Explaining how you think your skills will contribute to DJJ. It's easy.

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At the time I worked there, it was positive, fun, and there was always some other person you could ask for help on something

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Hours vary by position and work keys.

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Sick leave policy allows me to use it personally for me or a family member. There are 10 sick leave hours accumulated per month and 15 sick leave days per year.

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Nine hours

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A month of training. And yes you get paid 750 an hour

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29 hours per week.

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