Cobb County Government employs 5,000 people making it one of the premier employers in Cobb County, Ga. We offer competitive salaries, a robust benefits package including four medical plan options, dental and life insurance, a Hybrid pension plan, a wellness clinic and two fitness centers, various supplemental benefit options, paid holidays, and sick and annual leave. We also provide a sick-time, buy-back program.
Since its founding in 1832, the county has become a significant part of the Atlanta metropolitan area, and offers many charming communities, top-performing schools, low property taxes, parks and recreational facilities, and an ever-growing business community. It is the third largest county in Georgia, with an estimated population of 717,190.
Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the many adventures awaiting them. Whether it’s rafting or tubing through the Chattahoochee’s rapids, biking the 12.8-mile Silver Comet Trail or hitting a home run during league baseball, there is always something to do in Cobb County. If outdoor adventures don’t tickle your fancy, Cobb County is home to Atlanta’s premier performance venue, Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre. The 2,750-seat John A. Williams Theatre attracts top Broadway and educational shows, the ballet, concerts, family performances, and the opera.
Being part of the metropolitan Atlanta area, Cobb County is just a quick 20-minute drive to downtown Atlanta, which is home to the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons, NBA’s Atlanta Hawks and MLB’s Atlanta Braves, who will call Cobb County home in 2017. Cobb County is home to the Atlanta Blaze professional lacrosse team and Atlanta United Major League Soccer team.