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Ft Stewart MBG_2019 Employment 7 Economy Resources


Georgia Department of Workforce Services

Coastal Workforce Services
601 E. 66th St., Suite 201
Savannah, GA 31405 912-351-6379

Hinesville Career Center
740 General Stewart Way, Suite 202
Hinesville, GA 31313 912-370-2595

Savannah Career Center
5520 White Bluff Road
Savannah, GA 31405 912-356-2773

The Georgia Department of Economic Development’s Workforce Division was created in August 2006 to administer Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act funds and ultimately improve the quality of job training and marketability of Georgia’s workforce for the economic growth of the state. The website serves as a one-stop integrated employment and training service. Job hunters can get help with job preparation and exploring careers, labor market information and information about unemployment insurance.

State of Georgia

Employment opportunities with the state of Georgia are posted online. Search by category, department or location, then apply online. The Georgia Department of Labor and the Georgia Department of Economic Development’s Workforce Division can help with creating resumes, getting job training and receiving professional development.

Chatham County

Human Resources
123 Abercorn St.
Savannah, GA 31401 912-652-7964

Chatham County is the second-largest county in the state and among the top employers in the county. Jobs are posted online with benefits information, and applications are available for download with submission instructions. Call the job information line at 912-652-7931 or email

Liberty County

Human Resources
112 N. Main St.
Hinesville, GA 31313 912-876-2164

Liberty County posts open positions on its website, and the county’s application is available for download. For questions or comments, call Human Resources at 912-876-2164.

City of Hinesville
115 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
Hinesville, GA 31313

From the city’s home page of its website, click “Residents” then “Employment Opportunities” to connect with job listings and to apply online.

City of Richmond Hill
40 Richard R. Davis Drive
Richmond Hill, GA 31324

From the main menu on city’s website, click “How Do I?” then “Apply For” then “Job” to view open position, apply online, download the city’s application for employment, email resumes or create a job profile.

City of Savannah
1375 Chatham Parkway
Second Floor
Savannah, GA 31405 912-651-6484

Visit the city’s Employment Opportunities page to access available job listings. Online applications are accepted, and job-interest notifications can be created.


National Resources

At the national level such websites as,, and have extensive search capabilities as well as resume tips, forum support and professional networking options.

The National Military Spouse Network, a networking, mentoring and professional development organization, has a wealth of career information at its website, The group aims to help military spouses build a meaningful, sustained career path and offers a library of articles that touch on topics from entrepreneurship, resume tips, self-promotion and more as well as a membership-only discussion forum. The organization also features companies that are military spouse-owned or military spouse-friendly on its Homefront Business Listings page.


An employment agency can offer posts ranging from high-level administration to warehouse work. Many employers use agencies as their human resources department. Agencies advertise, interview, test and manage payroll. A temp-to-perm arrangement allows the employer and prospective employee to evaluate each other before committing to permanent employment.

Municipal and regional chambers of commerce include local employment agencies in their member lists, along with contact information. See Page 18 for a list of chambers of commerce in Hinesville and Savannah.


Always keep your resume up-to-date and have different resumes that target specific industries and highlight your skills that fit their job descriptions.

Compile several reference lists with a good variety of people and former business associates. Be sure to first ask each if you can use them as references.

Compose a comprehensive, catchy and succinct cover letter of no more than a page (this is no place to ramble). It will introduce you and your desire to work for the company. Have a knowledgeable friend check it for errors; misspelled words and bad grammar hint at carelessness and indifference. Know what the company does, and highlight skills, work experience and education that apply to the position. Be aware that many employers now accept only online applications so get comfortable with computers.

Maintain a positive, professional and broad-based presence on social media such as Facebook and LinkedIn; almost all employers search social media sites to vet job candidates, and your absence there will raise red flags. Also be very, very aware that images and comments posted spur-of-the-moment can be searched out forever and come back to haunt you.

Be prepared for an interview at any time. When you submit your application, a supervisor may want to talk immediately, or the phone may ring with a call from a hiring director. Compose — and rehearse — your one-minute self-promotional speech on who you are, an achievement or two and your strengths. It’s not vanity to make a good first impression. If a supervisor wants to know why she should hire you, be ready.

Always follow up with thank-you letters and calls. Even today, a letter as well as the quick-response email will separate you
from a surprising number of the other applicants — to your advantage — and keep your name fresh in the interviewer’s mind. Judicious calls display your continued interest. Writing out beforehand what you want to say helps. So does rehearsal.

Be aware that due to the usually huge numbers of applicants, most companies are able to follow up only with candidates in whom they are interested. Don’t take it personally if you’re not notified that you didn’t get the job.


Federal Jobs

Visit to search for Department of Defense jobs at Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield. Or visit the Civilian Personnel Advisory Center website for links to local job listings at

NAF Jobs

For information about service jobs, including openings in lodging, marina, recreation areas and more, (non-appropriated fund positions) call Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield’s NAF hotline at 912-767-5051.

Exchange Jobs

For Base Exchange jobs, visit the AAFES career page at and search for Fort Stewart.


Georgia Small Business Development Center

The Georgia Small Business Development Center offers small business resources and workshops for those looking to start a business. Visit Or visit the Georgia Small Business Development Center location at The University of Georgia in Savannah at 111 E. Liberty St., Suite 200, Savannah, GA 31401.

Small Business Resources

Learn the steps to start and grow a small business at’s Small Business website. The platform features hand-picked government websites helpful to small business owners. Learn about business taxes and incentives, financing a business, importing and exporting, federal government contracting, state business resources and more. The website also provides information on a wide range of programs and services to help veterans, women, minorities and the economically disadvantaged start or grow a business.

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