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Careers at DBHDD

The Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) is the state agency that focuses solely on policies, programs, and services for people with severe persistent mental illness, substance use disorders, and developmental and intellectual disabilities. 

We have nearly 7,000 employees whose work is structured in five divisions: Behavioral Health, Developmental Disabilities, Hospital Services, Accountability & Compliance, and Performance Management & Quality Improvement.

DBHDD operates six field offices and five hospitals throughout the state of Georgia, offering various services based on the populations they serve and the capacity of community providers. These hospitals provide a spectrum of care from 23-hour observation through residential services.

Hospital locations include: AtlantaMilledgevilleAugustaColumbus, and Savannah.

At DBHDD, we are interested in recruiting employees who offer the highest level of skills, professional integrity, and work ethic to join us in that work. If you are interested in any jobs we have posted, we encourage you to apply for a position today and help us become one of the best health service organizations for Georgians. 

Featured Positions

Dentist/Dental Clinic Director - CSH – Milledgeville
Organize, direct, and coordinate the delivery of dental services at the Cook Building and the CSH Dental Clinic. Supervises, guides, and/or instructs the work assignments of subordinate staff. Diagnoses, treats, prevents, and controls disorders of the teeth and mouth including gums and related oral structures. May treat diseases of nerve, pulp and other dental tissues affecting vitality of teeth.

Psychologist Positions
Participate on interdisciplinary recovery planning teams; facilitate group and individual therapy; create and support unit-wide behavioral interventions; participate in the development of individualized recovery plans; provide clinical supervision of mental health counselors, psychology interns, and post-doctoral fellows; consult on intellectual, personality, or other psychological evaluations; [forensic only] complete forensic mental health evaluations to determine competency to stand trial, criminal responsibility, and violence risk, as well as related report preparation and expert testimony. Specific duties vary depending on position.

Employee Benefits and Leave Specialist
Under supervision, provides multiple human resources services in support of an organization. Responsible for daily transactions, recruitment, benefits, training and other human resource functions. Applies analytical and professional expertise to multiple personnel disciplines. Conducts research on various personnel matters and compiles data, citing sources used Analyzes data or information to produce reports and other documents. 

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Application Process

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Recruiter Contacts

  • Clinical Recruiting (RN, Physician, NP/PA): 229-227-2897
  • State and Field Offices: 404-232-1157
  • Central State Hospital: 478-445-1357
  • East Central Georgia State Hospital: 706-792-7012
  • Georgia Regional Hospital Atlanta: 404-244-2182
  • Georgia Regional Hospital Savannah: 912-353-3224
  • West Central Georgia Regional Hospital: 706-565-4028
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