Off Duty Police Officer (41684)

Georgia World Congress Center Atlanta , GA 30301

Posted 2 months ago

Off Duty Police Officer

Georgia World Congress Center Authority

Here at the Georgia World Congress Center Authority we offer fulfilling and sensational careers on a campus which includes the fourth largest convention center in the United States, the Georgia World Congress Center; and the lasting legacy of the 1996 Olympic Games, Centennial Olympic Park. Every year the GWCCA campus welcomes over two million visitors for sporting events, concerts, conventions and entertainment events hosted in the heart of downtown Atlanta. Our mission is to promote and facilitate events and activities that generate economic benefits to the citizens of the State of Georgia and the City of Atlanta as well as enhance the quality of life for every Georgian.

The Georgia World Congress Center is currently seeking an Off Duty Police Officer to join our team. The Off Duty officers will be utilized to direct the flow of vehicular and pedestrian traffic during GWCCA and Mercedes Benz Stadium events. Officers will be assigned a traffic post to facilitate the ingress and egress of vehicular and pedestrian traffic during events. Officers may also be utilized to manage crowd control during emergency, exigent, or any general circumstance that would warrant police action or intervention. Additionally, officers may be posted in various locations around the campus, to include Centennial Olympic Park, for the purpose of providing general police services.

Successful employees at the Georgia World Congress Center Authority embody our four core values- to be one, to be honest, to be stewards, to be dynamic and share our vision to be the #1 convention, sports, and entertainment destination in the world.


  • Direct vehicular and pedestrian traffic

  • Ensure that traffic flows safely in and around their assigned area, intersection, and campus

  • Monitor and regulate illegal parking

  • Responsible for impounding vehicles that are illegally parked or abandoned

  • Conduct investigations of criminal activities and taking appropriate action, to include citation or arrest

  • Respond to reported and witnessed incidents at the extra job location and will be responsible for the completion and submission of required incident reports, by the end of their tour of duty. The officer will conduct a thorough investigation and preserve and collect evidence relating to the incident

  • Provide general police services to the public

  • Perform other police duties, functions, special projects and responsibilities as assigned by the on duty Public Safety Supervisor


  • High degree of integrity and compliance

  • Thoroughness in task approach, follow-up & completion;

  • Self-awareness

  • Crowd management skills

  • Ability to prioritize tasks & to manage workload using own initiative

  • Ability to multi-task & work under pressure with limited resources

  • Detail oriented

  • Assess, weigh and manage risk in the face of uncertainty

  • Ability to work an irregular work schedule as required to perform duties and responsibilities

  • Ability to work weekends, holidays, and nights.


  • Officer must be currently employed and in "Good Standing" with employer.

  • Officer must have jurisdiction in this geographical area.

  • Must have agency approval to work extra job at GWCCA.

  • Officers must possess a current P.O.S.T. Certification and must be in "Good Standing" with P.O.S.T.

To learn more about our culture and campus, visit us at

The Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and as such does not discriminate in hiring, promotions, or on terms or conditions of employment because of race, creed, color, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, marital status, eligibility for military service, disability, or for any other illegal purpose.

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Off Duty Police Officer (41684)

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