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Georgia-Pacific is one of the world's leading makers of tissue, pulp, paper, packaging, building products and related chemicals. If you’re a consumer, you may recognize our household brands, such as Brawny® paper towels, Quilted Northern® bath tissue and Dixie® cups and tableware. If you’re in the construction business, you’re probably familiar with our engineered lumber products, gypsum panels and other quality building materials. Even if you work in aerospace, mining or facilities management, Georgia-Pacific products may be part of your day.
Visit the Georgia-Pacific Search for Jobs page to see our current job opportunities. Select the field you're interested in and you'll be directed to a page where you can complete a profile, upload your resume and submit an application.
If your assessment and resume indicate you have the qualifications and experience we’re seeking, a Georgia-Pacific Human Resources representative will contact you for more information and to schedule an initial screen. From there, we’ll share your information with the hiring manager(s), who may choose to interview you.
Georgia-Pacific uses behavior-based interviewing. We recommend researching this interview style so you’ll be prepared when you meet with us. During the interview, we’ll discuss the opportunity we have available and answer any questions you may have. We’ll also ask questions about projects and experiences from your previous employment. You’ll likely meet with several people during your visit, so bring several copies of your resume.
You can expect to hear from us following your interview, although it may take longer to give you an answer if we are still interviewing other candidates. Feel free to contact your Georgia-Pacific Human Resources representative with any questions you may have.
If you are selected for a position, you will receive a verbal offer, followed by an offer in writing. We will ask you to sign and return the letter to confirm you have accepted the job.
Real Veterans, Real Careers
Whether beginning the transition to civilian life or already having made the change, Georgia-Pacific offers roles that utilize the skills you have and the culture to help you succeed.
Our core values are what drive us. It is what we use to determine our success and goals as a company, and member of our communities. With mills and facilities in 30 states, our headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, and locations around the world– GP’s world-class employees are the best at what they do.
To learn more about our diverse opportunities and the important roles our military and veterans play in our company, check out our page.
Strong communities make life better for all. We are proud to support the places where GP employees work and live. We would like to say “thank you” to all the Georgia-Pacific team members, community leaders and volunteers who give their time and resources to others. Since 2010, Georgia-Pacific and the GP Foundation have made more than $11 million in financial and in-kind contributions to a wide number of organizations throughout our 200+ facility communities. Here are just a few examples of giving back in our focus areas of Education, Environment, Enrichment and Entrepreneurship:
To learn more about our work in local communities, visit www.gp.com/Company/Community/Foundation.
I have been working at Georgia-Pacific full-time (More than 3 years)
I came back to GP after 3 years as a work from home mom. GP culture is one of encouragement, flexibility, honor, and integrity. Honestly - the BEST company I have worked with in 25 years of professional history.
The parking deck! But, if you get in early enough... that is a non-issue. Anywhere downtown is a beast for parking.
I applied through college or university. The process took 5 weeks. I interviewed at Georgia-Pacific (Kennesaw, GA) in October 2016.
I had an on-campus interview with 4 different recruiters for my first interview. Most of the questions are behavioral interview type of questions. For my second interview, it was a conference call with 3 executives of my department. One week later, I received a call and email for the offer letter. There were very helpful and professional. I love working with them.