Human Resources administers recruitment, selection, and salary administration for SHRA (Subject to the State Human Resources Act) and EHRA Non-Faculty vacancies. Exceptions to normal hiring practices in relation to qualifications and salary are subject to the approval of the Office of State Human Resources. Any person making inquiries about permanent employment should be referred to Human Resources.
Human Resources is committed to providing timely service to supervisors in identifying and recruiting the best-qualified applicants for each position. Human Resources facilitates this program in its entirety. Any inquiries that may arise during the process should be addressed directly with the Recruitment Administrator or the respective HR Business Partner in Human Resources. All permanent SHRA and EHRA Non-Faculty positions must be recruited through the eHire Applicant Tracking System (ATS).
Who’s My Recruiter
Please reach out to Katie, Diana, or Cati regardless of your department.
email@example.com (336) 334-4512
firstname.lastname@example.org (336) 334-4408
email@example.com (336) 334-5663
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Equal Opportunity Employment
UNC Greensboro is committed to equality of employment opportunities and does not discriminate against applicants or employees based on race, creed, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, disability, creed, veteran status, political affiliation or sexual orientation. Moreover, UNCG is committed to recruiting and advancing women and minorities at all levels in its staff complement.
The minimum employment age is 18 years, excepting law enforcement officers who must be at least 21 years of age at the time of hiring. There is no maximum age for employment.
Some applicants that apply for SHRA positions at UNCG have promotional/reemployment priority due to their status as being current employees of the state of North Carolina, having been “Reduced in Force” or being Veterans of the United States Armed Forces. Please note the following promotional/reemployment priority notifications.
State Employee Promotional Priority
A promotional priority consideration shall be provided by all agencies to all current State employees who have achieved career status. See the State Personnel Policy on Promotional Priority (.pdf) for more information.
“Reduction in Force” Priority Reemployment
Employees with career status who have received official written notification of imminent separation due to reduction-in-force are eligible for priority consideration under certain provisions as outlined in the State Personnel RIF Policy (.pdf).
State law requires that employment preference be given for having served in the Armed Forces of the United States on active duty, for reasons other than training, during periods of war or any other campaign, expedition, or engagement for which a campaign badge or medal is authorized by the United States Department of Defense. The preference to be accorded eligible veterans shall apply in initial selection and reduction-in-force situations only.
Note: If you think that you may be eligible for this preference and desire additional information, please access the Veteran Preference Policy (.pdf) on the Office of State Personnel’s website. If you have questions after reading the policy, please contact Human Resources at 336-334-5009 for assistance.