Friday - Mar 31, 2017

Human Resources

Asheville Parks & Rec to hold hiring fair for seasonal openings

Asheville Parks & Rec to hold hiring fair for seasonal openings

Looking for a fun summer job? The City of Asheville is holding a second Hiring Fair for positions within the Parks and Recreation Department from 3 to 7 p.m. April 18.  Come to Stephens-Lee Recreation Center, 30 George Washington Carver Ave,  to learn about these positions and how to apply. Openings Include: Summer Playground Leaders (minimum

Now hiring: Director of Development Services. Apply by March 24.

Now hiring: Director of Development Services. Apply by March 24.

The City of Asheville is looking for a talented, experienced and innovative professional driven toward customer service excellence with the knowledge and ability to effectively lead the evolution of the department and its services. The ideal candidate will be a seasoned professional with strategic, community-oriented leadership ability and proven management skills; with the ability to


Asheville named one of 50 Invest Health cities by Reinvestment Fund and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Asheville named one of 50 Invest Health cities by Reinvestment Fund and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

The City of Asheville has been selected by Reinvestment Fund and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to take part in the new Invest Health initiative. The innovative, national program brings together diverse leaders from mid-sized U.S. cities and aims to improve health in low-income neighborhoods. It will be implemented in 50 cities across the nation.

Gaining experience and sharing knowledge through the CAYLA extension program

The summer is wrapping up for a group of college students and alumni of the City of Asheville Youth Leadership Academy (CAYLA) who are participating in the academy’s extension internship program. But they say the benefit of interning in their prospective fields has been invaluable, as has the interaction they have had with younger CAYLA


City of Asheville employees selected for Leadership Asheville

The City of Asheville is pleased to announce that Deputy Finance Director Eric Hardy and Asheville Fire Department Public Information Officer Kelley Klope have both been selected to attend the 32nd Leadership Asheville Class beginning in September. Leadership Asheville, operated through UNC Asheville is an important resource to the community, with participants honing leadership and

Workplace diversity conference stirs discussions on inclusion

The City of Asheville was proud to participate with Buncombe County and UNC Asheville to present the “Realizing the Benefits of Inclusion and Diversity” conference held April 25 in conjunction with the YWCA Stand Against Racism. The conference focused on the challenges and opportunities for expanding diversity in the workplace and in management roles in

Me2We conference brings teens together with Asheville's civil rights pioneers

In 1961, as a civil rights movement swelled nationally, a group of high school students calling themselves the Asheville Student Commission on Racial Equality (ASCORE) set out on a campaign to peacefully desegregate Asheville’s lunch counters, libraries, pools and parks. Though the teens were the public face of Asheville’s own civil rights victories, they were


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