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Thank you for visiting our site! We know that these are very challenging times and hope that you and your loved ones are staying safe.

The City of Asheville Human Resources Department is open! Virtually, that is. We are working remotely to provide you with the best service we can during this difficult time.

Interested in applying

We are still accepting applications for all posted positions, but we are only moving forward with hiring processes for our essential positions – including those related to sanitation, transportation, police, and others as determined on a case-by-case basis. The hiring processes for all other positions are currently on hold (as noted on the postings) until further notice. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to submit your application. For positions that are on hold, we will be in touch as soon as those processes are rescheduled.

Already applied

If you have already submitted an application or are in the middle of a hiring process, we would like to thank you once again for your interest in working for the City of Asheville, and we look forward to continuing to talk with you about the position you applied for. However, we are postponing the next steps in the hiring processes for many of our positions (as noted above and on the postings) until further notice. The health and safety of both you and our employees is our top priority, and we appreciate your patience while we take this precautionary step.

If you should have any questions or need further assistance please give us a call at 828-259-5690.

Click here to view our job postings and to apply.

This page was updated on January 22, 2020.

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