Government Jobs - Johns Creek, Georgia (GA)

Government Jobs - Civil Service Employment 2


Federal Civil Service | Government Jobs & Employment in the Johns Creek, Georgia (GA) area. There are a number of federal agencies now hiring in the Johns Creek area. The positions now available include both blue collar and white collar type jobs. Civilian job opportunities exist across a broad spectrum of skills and duties. Applications from the public are being accepted. In most instances, U.S. citizenship is required.  

528 Positions  =  Average number of federal civil service vacancies announced in a typical week for the Johns Creek area. 

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES:  Below are some of the federal agencies now actively hiring (or projected to begin recruiting) in Johns Creek and nearby areas. For detailed information about specific job opportunities and to apply, click on the links below.   

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