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The City of Greensboro is a great place to work and we look forward to receiving your application. Please note, we only accept applications for jobs that are currently posted.

Executive Recruitment - Chief of Police

The City is seeking a visionary and innovative leader to serve as the next Chief of Police for the dynamic and diverse CALEA-accredited Police Department. The recruitment and selection process is managed by Developmental Associates LLC. To learn more about the posting or apply for the position, review this online job description.

Resume reviews begin December 1; the position will close December 14. An assessment center will be held January 22-23, 2015 in Greensboro for selected semi-finalists. If selected to participate, you must be able to attend both days.

Note: All applications must be submitted through Developmental Associates' online portal for this position and be complete to be considered.

Visit the individual employment Web pages for these departments to learn more about their opportunities: Coliseum, Fire Department, Guilford Metro 9-1-1, and Police Department.  

 Applying to the City of Greensboro

Once you have selected the position of interest from the drop-down box above, complete the
standard City of Greensboro application.

Remember to:
     ~ Indicate the position of interest, including the position title and number, on the application.

Note: 
     ~ Your signature is not needed on e-mail applications. The hiring official will have you sign your
        application if you qualify for a face-to-face interview.  

For help and more information on the application process, read these important application tips.


Submitting Your Application

Submit your materials using one of these three ways:
  • E-mail: After you have completed the application, save it (see directions for how to save your PDF application below), attach it to an e-mail, and email to us. Our e-mail address is in the upper left corner of the application. You can attach a resume, cover letter and other supporting documents to the same e-mail. Applications must be e-mailed by 12 midnight on the job's closing date:
    • Saving Your PDF Application for PC Users - To save your application, select Save As and then click PDF. In the File Name list, rename your document using your first and last name. In the Save As type list, click PDF. 
    • Saving Your PDF Application for Mac Users - While the document is still open, go to File, scroll down and select Print. Once you have selected Print, a drop down at the bottom left of the page opens. Select the option Save PDF document, rename your document using your first and last name, and then close the document.
  • Fax: Fax your completed application by 12 midnight of the job's closing date to 336-373-2511
  • In-Person: Pick-up, complete and deliver applications for general employment by 5 pm on the job's closing date to our office:
         Human Resources Department Employment Office
         Plaza Level, Melvin Municipal Office Building 
         300 W. Washington St. 
         Greensboro, NC 27402
  • Mail: Completed applications must be postmarked by 12 midnight on the job's closing date and sent to:
         City of Greensboro
         Human Resources Department
         300 W. Washington Street
         Greensboro, NC 27402

If you have any questions during the application process, please contact our Employment Team
at 336-373-2020.


It is the policy of the City of Greensboro to hire and promote the best-qualified individual(s) available. To this end, no person shall be refused employment, denied promotion or assignment, discharged or otherwise discriminated against or given preference in any aspect of the employment relationship on the basis of race, gender, religion, age, political affiliation, national origin, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, genetic information, or any other non-job related factor, except when certain physical and mental requirements are bonafide occupational qualifications. The City of Greensboro is required by law to provide reasonable accommodation to qualified applicants with disabilities. The City may provide you with a reasonable accommodation based on appropriate and timely requests (unless so doing will result in undue hardship to the City).