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After the closing date passes, all applications for the position are screened for minimum qualifications, and then sent to the department. The department selects the applicants that will be interviewed for the position and contacts them. Due to the volume of applications received for most positions, this process may take several weeks.
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Applications for employment with the City of Danville are completed online through our Job Opportunities page. Applicants are required to have an email address and an account with Government Jobs. Detailed instructions are available on our Hiring Process page.
If you do not already have an email address, free email is available through a variety of providers. The City of Danville does not endorse a particular vendor. Examples of free email sites are: Hotmail, AOL, and Yahoo.
Though the Human Resources staff cannot complete your online application for you, they are available to answer questions in person or over the phone on how to use the online application system. The Human Resource office is open from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday, and can be reached at (434) 799-5241. Applicants may also contact our Applicant Online provider's Customer Support for assistance at 1-877-204-4442.
Yes. Once you have completed your online application, you can apply for multiple positions that are currently open.
No. You are required to submit an application for each position in which you are interested.
Yes. You may attach a resume with your online application during Step 1 of the application process after listing references. Please note that a resume is not a substitute for a completed application.
After completing and submitting your application, you will see a link to "Click here for a printable version of the application you just submitted".
You may update your personal profile on by logging-on to the system at any time.
There is a computer available in the Department of Human Resources office at 427 Patton Street, Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. The Virginia Employment Commission (VEC) and the public library also have computers available for job seekers.