An energetic small city set in the idyllic countryside only 30 miles north of Nashville, Gallatin offers the rich variety of recreational, educational, and economic activities you’d expect to find in a bigger city. Gallatin boasts high-paying jobs and low taxes, economic health, a thriving arts scene, and a vibrant retail environment make Gallatin a hub for family life.
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LIFEGUARD - PARKS & RECREATION
FRONT DESK CLERK - PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT
GROUNDSKEEPER - PARKS & RECREATION
SCHOOL PATROL OFFICER (CROSSING GUARD) - POLICE DEPARTMENT
GENERAL LABORER - PUBLIC WORKS/STREETS DEPARTMENT
GRANT COORDINATOR - FINANCE DEPARTMENT
PROJECT MANAGER I/II/III - ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
PLANNER II - PLANNING DEPARTMENT
POLICE OFFICER I - POLICE DEPARTMENT
INMATE CREW LEADER - PUBLIC WORKS/STREETS DEPARTMENT
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II -PUBLIC WORKS STREETS/
UTILITY GIS COORDINATOR - PUBLIC UTILITIES/WATER DEPARTMENT
CUSTOMER SERVICE CLERK II - UTILITIES DEPARTMENT
UTILITY SERVICE WORKER - PUBLIC UTILITIES/SEWER DEPARTMENT
GAS SERVICE TECHNICIAN - PUBLIC UTILITIES/GAS DEPARTMENT
According to information from a pay study released last week, the City of Gallatin’s current rate of pay in many instances is below the market rate average. The study compared Gallatin’s current pay structure to 18 other public entities which included Brentwood, Franklin, Murfreesboro, Goodlettsville, and Hendersonville. The city’s pay structure was also compared to a number of private employers. Thompson said there are 199 employees – or 25 percent of the city’s employee base — who are at pay rates that are nearly $4,000 annually below the market average. He also told councilmembers said the city’s current pay steps for annual increases was below the market average for Middle Tennessee. bases.
Gallatin celebrated Juneteenth in a big way. This family-friendly celebration not only commemorates Juneteenth as part of American History, but also showcases the history, contribution, accomplishments, and heritage of the black community in Gallatin and Sumner County.
“Today, we’re excited to announce that we are expanding Meta’s Gallatin Data Center campus with two new buildings, reaching more than 1.6 million square feet,” the release stated. “This expansion brings our investment in Gallatin to nearly $1 billion and will increase our number of skilled trade workers on site at peak to 1,700.
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NEW WHATABURGER LOCATION OPENS IN GALLATIN NEWSCHANNEL 5 - Fast-food chain restaurant Whataburger is growing its Middle Tennessee presence. The Texas-based burger spot has announced that it is opening its doors for a new location in Gallatin on Monday at 11 a.m. The new location will be at 1123 Nashville Pike and includes an open-concept dining room open daily from 6 a.m. to midnight, as well as a double drive-thru that will serve guests 24/7.