You are encouraged to contact us periodically. You may also check with the Parks Department for seasonal positions.
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We only accept this information during an open recruitment. If we are currently recruiting for a position you may be interested in, follow the steps for that recruitment, apply, and submit all the required materials by the specified deadline. Each recruitment is different. Be sure to read all of the information for that recruitment. We are unable to accept applications, resumes, etc. that are not for a specific recruitment.
No. Each open recruitment will have specific documentation that is required. Your resume and/or cover letter may be submitted along with your application and other required documents, but simply submitting a resume and/or cover letter will not suffice for an application.
The Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination based on race, color, or national origin in programs or activities which receive federal financial assistance. It is the policy of the City of Hendersonville to ensure compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; 49 CFR, Part 21; Related statutes and regulations to the end that no person shall be excluded from participation in or denied benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Transportation on the grounds of race, color, sex, or national origin. For more information, please visit our Title VI page.
Visit the Job Interest Notification page, complete your personal information, and select the fields that you are interested in. Once a recruitment is launched in that field, you will be notified at the email provided that recruitment has opened and you may apply at that time.
The City has a specific protocol when it comes to Open Records Requests. You will be required to complete the Request for Information Form and once the file has been reviewed and protected information has been redacted, an appointment will be set for you to come in and review the file. Please refer to the Open Records Request website for additional information.
Please contact the Human Resources office at Hendersonville City Hall located at 101 Maple Drive North in Hendersonville, TN. You may reach us via email or by phone at 615-264-5314.
Tennessee Peace Officer Standards require a Law Enforcement Officer to be a citizen of the United States. However, other positions within the City of Hendersonville require employment eligibility verification through the completion of an I-9 document.
In some cases, yes. The City of Hendersonville has a very strict policy regarding tuition reimbursement for current, eligible employees. Current, eligible employees are encouraged to review this policy prior to signing up for classes.
Once an employee has successfully completed their probationary period, they may contact the Human Resources office and schedule a 'Spanish Fluency' test. The Human Resources office will coordinate this. If you pass, you will receive a one-time bonus of $2,500.