Randolph County Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer &
an e-Verify Employer.
Specific requirements including pre-employment background and
drug screening, education and experience minimums, etc. are
stated on the vacancy announcements. Applications must be
submitted on or before the closing date.
If you would like to apply for employment with Randolph
County, you may:
- Click on the employment application link (found on the right under Downloads) and
submit via the internet. Additional information such as your
cover letter, resume and transcript (if required) must be
sent via a separate email to jobs@RandolphCountyNC.gov.
- Print a copy of the employment application and mail to
Human Resources at the address indicated below.
- Fax a copy of the employment application to
- Bring a copy of the employment application and any
supporting documents to Human Resources at the address
Please note that the actual employment application is three pages in length.
The cover sheet is for your information and
provides detailed directions as to the information we require
for employment. You may keep the cover page for your records.
Mail Completed Application to:
Randolph County Human Resources
725 McDowell Road
Asheboro, NC 27205
Please use Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox when filling out the Employment application.
Human Resources maintains all employee records and files; advertises, screens, and refers qualified candidates for vacant positions; administers the employee benefit package including hospitalization, retirement, life, dental, cancer, accident, deferred compensation, etc.; maintains the classification and pay plan; conducts pay surveys; and processes all human resources status forms and time sheets in order to meet payroll deadlines. In addition, Human Resources consults with department heads and supervisors concerning County policy, legal issues, disciplinary action, and other administrative areas such as FMLA, FLSA, OSHA, ADA, etc. Information concerning employment opportunities, pay, and policies are maintained on the County website. Employees and supervisors are trained in the areas of policy and procedures such as performance evaluation, Unlawful Workplace Harassment / Discrimination, diversity, workplace violence, FMLA/FLSA/ADA compliance, etc. New Employee Orientation sessions are conducted to educate the employee on County policies and risk management plans and procedures..
Risk Management activities include completing and analyzing auto, property and workers’ compensation and accident reports to reduce risks, as well as on-site inspections, safety related classes, etc.