CDL Driver – Street Department

The City of Calhoun is now accepting applications for a CDL driver in the street department. 

Qualifications include a valid Georgia class B driver’s license; ability to climb on and off the truck to pick up limbs and other debris as well as rake and clear the right of way and any other manual labor, as needed.

Applications are available at City Hall, 226 South Wall Street during normal business hours or online at www.cityofcalhoun-ga.com.

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Police Department – Certified Police Officer

The City of Calhoun Police Department is now accepting applications for a Certified Police Officer.

Qualifications are: high school diploma or equivalent; valid Georgia driver’s license; no felony arrest record; must be a certified police officer; bilingual a plus; ability to pass medical and physical fitness exam as required by the State of Georgia.

Applications are available at City Hall, 226 South Wall Street during normal business hours or online at www.cityofcalhoun-ga.com.

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Water Construction Laborer

The City of Calhoun is now accepting applications for laborer in the Water Construction department.

Qualifications are high school diploma or equivalent; valid driver’s license and must be able to obtain CDL within six months; ability to do manual labor such as digging and cleaning out ditches to install new water lines; make water taps; install water meters; lay pipe; operate jack hammer. Must be able to lift up to 100 lbs. Emergency standby on a rotational basis is required.

Applications are available at City Hall, 226 South Wall Street during normal business hours or online at www.cityofcalhoun-ga.com.

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Sewer Construction Laborer

The City of Calhoun is now accepting applications for laborer in the Sewer Construction department.

Qualifications are high school diploma or equivalent; valid driver’s license and must be able to obtain CDL within six months; ability to do manual labor such as digging and cleaning out ditches to install new sewer lines; make sewer taps; lay pipe; operate jack hammer and air drill. Must be able to lift up to 100 lbs. Emergency standby on a rotational basis is required.

Applications are available at City Hall, 226 South Wall Street during normal business hours or online at www.cityofcalhoun-ga.com.

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Water Treatment Plant – Night Shift Operator

The City of Calhoun is now accepting applications for a night shift operator for the water treatment plant.

Qualifications are high school diploma or equivalent, strong math background and computer skills a plus; must have a valid Georgia driver’s license.  If not a state certified operator must have ability to attend training classes and pass state certification exam within six months of hire.

This position works 12 hour shifts 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m., rotating days including weekends and holidays.

Applications are available at City Hall, 226 South Wall Street during normal business hours or online at www.cityofcalhoun-ga.com.

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Calhoun Utilities Service Line Inventory

Calhoun Utilities Requests Your Help

Recent regulations implemented by the EPA now require every public water system to develop and submit a service line inventory to identify water service line material by October 16th, 2024. If your home was built before 1990, you may be eligible for a $10.00 credit to be utilized towards your utility bill by filling out the survey found at:

www.cityofcalhoun-ga.com/sli

(Eligibility will be based on whether or not the customer is able to identify service line material. Offer is valid for your address until city crews have field verified the material.)

Even if your home was built after 1990, Calhoun Utilities still requests that you complete the survey. Your participation will greatly impact the success of the program. 

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