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Doug Kemp
Human Resources Director

Human Resources Department
225 E. Academy Street
Asheboro, NC 27203
336-629-2037

Human Resources & Employment

The Human Resources Department has the responsibility of OSHA compliance, employee safety and wellness, workers compensation, liability insurance, health insurance and the personnel functions of the City. This requires orientation and training for both new and existing employees in order to stay in compliance with ever changing regulations.

Employee Benefits:

Open Positions:

Public Services Technician II - Closing Date: Thursday, August 22, 2019
Wastewater Plant Operator - Closing Date: Monday, August 19, 2019
Water/Sewer Technician I - Closing Date: Friday, August 9, 2019
Summer Jobs with Recreation Services Department

Applications will be accepted for current job vacancies only.

Resources for Current & Future Employees:

Application for Employment
Employee Policies and Procedures Manual - Effective July 1, 2018
Safety Policy Manual
Current Employee Newsletter

Police Employment Information:

Training

When officers enter the Field Training Program, they will receive sixteen (16) weeks of training throughout the entire agency. This training will develop the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities to fulfill the agency's mission and purpose. The Asheboro Police Department seeks to invest in employees through professional development. This investment includes specialized and advanced training in all areas of law enforcement and sets a path for a successful career of service to our community.

Qualifications

• Graduation from High School or GED
• Basic Law Enforcement Certified (BLET)
• Must be 21 years old and have a valid North Carolina Driver’s license
• Live within 30 minutes of the police department
• Must be an American Citizen
• Not convicted of a Felony or serious misdemeanor
• Veterans must have a DD-214 Honorable Discharge