Current Job opportunities in Western NC:


Opening: Various, Benne on Eagle | Posting Closes: Until Filled

Overview: Benne on Eagle is a modern soul food restaurant exploring Affrilachian cuisine and paying homage to the history of 'The Block' in downtown Asheville. Please send your resume to chelsea@benneoneagle.com or stop by weekdays before 4pm for an application.

Position Description: We are currently hiring in preparation for a busy summer! Hosts, Breakfast servers, Prep Cooks, and FOH Managers all sought.


Opening: Finance Associate, Community Foundation of WNC | Posting Closes: Until Filled.

Overview: The Community Foundation of Western North Carolina, founded in 1978, is a public charity with a mission to expand philanthropy in the eighteen counties of Western North Carolina it serves. The Foundation manages charitable funds for individuals, corporations and charitable organizations, and makes grants toward the region’s pressing needs and promising opportunities. Interested applicants should email a cover letter and resume to Graham Keever: keever@cfwnc.org with the subject line Finance Associate. No calls please.

Position Description: The Finance Associate position reports directly to the Chief Financial Officer. Primary responsibilities include maintenance of financial records and files, spreadsheet maintenance, data entry to the general ledger, making bank deposits, creating and mailing gift acknowledgement letters, mailing donor statements, preparation of meeting materials, scheduling meetings, accounts receivable, and other duties as assigned. The Finance Associate has significant contact with Foundation clients, and therefore must have excellent customer service abilities. The successful applicant must be detail-oriented, efficient, organized, and able to manage multiple tasks simultaneously. This is a salaried position with the potential for growth, based on performance.


Opening: Director of Prevention Programs, Our VOICE | Posting Closes: May 9, 2019

Overview: Our VOICE is committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal opportunities are available to all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We believe that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to the success of Our VOICE providing survivor-centered culturally competent services while working to end sexual violence in all communities. Our VOICE seeks to recruit, develop and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool. 

Position Description: The Director of Prevention Programs will offer support and supervision to the Prevention, Education, & Outreach (PEO) team at Our VOICE. The Director will be a part of this team’s work to provide primary prevention programs for schools and community groups with the mission of ending sexual violence in our community. The Director will also offer support to the local prevention task force and steering committee that are tasked with collectively implementing a multi-year primary prevention plan focused on sexual violence, domestic violence, and child maltreatment. The Director will support the synthesis of the work done by these groups and advocate for their requests and goals on local, state, and national levels. Please visit https://www.ourvoicenc.org/employment-opportunities/ to see the complete job description. 


Opening: Order Picker – Dry/Perishable, MANNA | Posting Closes: May 12, 2019

Overview: Satisfy your hunger for meaningful work! Enjoy a Monday – Friday (8:00a – 4:00p) work schedule with flexibility to work Saturdays on an as needed basis, along with an excellent benefits package including health, life, 401K, paid holidays, generous PTO and the satisfaction that comes with providing food to families across WNC! Starting pay is $12.50/hr. To apply please complete the application information available on our website at to apply please complete the on-line application including cover letter at https://forms.mannafoodbank.org/job-application.

Position Description: Join us in the work to help end hunger in WNC in this important role on our Order Pick team. This position is responsible for performing warehousing duties including; inventory control, warehouse cleanliness, and organization of the storage and handling of food items. Key aspects of this position include; picking dry and perishable product for agency orders for delivery and pickup, off-loading incoming trucks, warehousing product, and assisting with inventory transfer between the MANNA warehouses. This position provides exceptional customer service to our partner agencies greeting upon arrival and expeditiously servicing their order pick up and load out. This is a fast paced, hands-on, heavy physical work position that requires meeting and maintaining set order pick production and efficiency standards, forklift certification with strong maneuverability skills, and heavy lifting. Working cohesively as part of the team to accomplish daily, weekly, and monthly goals is essential. Willingness to work all areas throughout the warehouse as needed. Minimum Qualifications:
• High school graduate or GED required
• Demonstrated track record of employment in a relevant or related position evident in transferable skills
• Forklift Certification is highly preferred or demonstrated ability to obtain certification internally within three months of hire
• Must provide proof of current, valid driver’s license with clean MVR and auto insurance
Job Requirements:
• Must be able to meet production goals as set by management
• Must be able to effectively and pleasantly communicate with a diversity of volunteers, staff, donors, and agency representatives
• Must be able to assist staff and volunteers in achieving the goals of MANNA Foodbank
• Must be organized, accurate, and efficient in performing work duties
• Must be dependable and reliable


Opening: HR/Admin Assistant, MANNA | Posting Closes: May 15, 2019

Overview: MANNA’s daily operations involve procuring, warehousing, and distributing food to over 220 partner agencies in the 16 counties of Western North Carolina – 18.2 million pounds in 2017/2018. The partner agencies include food pantries, soup kitchens, homeless shelters and other emergency providers to support the more than 100,000 people who are facing food insecurity in WNC. In addition, MANNA provides direct services and nutrition work through a number of programs and initiatives. MANNA offers a competitive compensation and benefits package incl. generous PTO program, 401K, Health, Dental, & Vision plans. Starting pay is $15.38/hr.  To apply: please visit our career page at https://www.mannafoodbank.org/careers.  Please include a cover letter highlighting your relevant skills and experiences relative to the position requirements. 

Position Description: MANNA FoodBank is searching for a dynamic individual to join our team in the newly created position of HR/Administrative Assistant. The HR/Administrative Assistant will provide a full spectrum of administrative and Human Resource services to support the organization. This position will work directly with CEO, C-level executives, and Human Resources Director and will be responsible for coordinating general business activities including; appointment-setting and calendar management, travel arrangements, records control, and other administrative activities for MANNA FoodBank. This is a highly visible position within the organization and requires a high degree of confidentiality and discretion. This position requires the ability to exercise good judgement and to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously with minimal supervision. This position is expected to uphold all HR and MANNA FoodBank policies and practices to ensure fair and consistent application. Qualified candidates will have a minimum education of a high school diploma or GED plus 2-3 years of related and relevant experience; an associate or bachelor degree is highly preferred. The successful candidate must have a demonstrated high level of proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite. Experience in Outlook and Office 365 a plus. This position requires exceptional oral and written communication skills, excellent time-management skills and the ability to juggle multiple tasks and ever-changing priorities.


Opening: Executive Director, ACSF | Posting Closes: May 24, 2019

Overview: ACSF is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to recruiting a broadly diverse pool of qualified candidates for the position.

Position Description: Asheville City Schools Foundation (ACSF) seeks a visionary Executive Director with demonstrated experience in using a racial equity lens to lead the organization to build on its mission to implement bold strategies, fund big ideas, and engage our community to increase excellence with equity for all children in our schools. For more information about ACSF and how to apply for this position, please visit: acsf.org. Please, no phone calls, faxes or snail mail. Inquiries or questions should be directed to - edsearch@acsf.org.


Opening: Executive Director, CFRC | Posting Closes: May 31, 2019

Overview: Please submit a cover letter, resume, and the Employment Application found here: https://www.childrenandfamily.org/about/employment/ to CFRCsearch@gmail.com. You may also mail a cover letter, resume, and employment application to: Children & Family Resource Center 638 Spartanburg Hwy, Ste 70 #147 Hendersonville, NC 28792

Position Description: To provide professional leadership and assistance to the officers and board of directors in making the Children & Family Resource Center an effective, viable organization; to implement board policies and plans toward the accomplishment of organizational goals; and to be responsible for the daily operation, growth and development of the organization.

To view full position, visit - https://www.childrenandfamily.org/about/employment.


Opening: 5th Grade, Lang Arts & Social Studies Teacher | Posting Closes: July 9, 2019

Overview: Minimum Qualifications: Associate’s degree. Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in education. Experience working with large groups of middle grade students, preferably in a classroom setting. Additional skills/interests in one of the following areas: gifted/talented education, special education, environmental literacy, social justice and/or service learning. Evergreen recognizes the social and educational value of a diverse leadership, staff, and student community. To that end, we actively seek and encourage employee applications from qualified individuals representing diverse social, ethnic, and racial groups. Send letter of interest, resume, list of three professional references and application to Jen Watkins, at jen.watkins@evergreenccs.org. Applications can be downloaded from www.evergreenccs.org.

Position Description: Teach fifth grade classes using the EL Education model, which emphasizes integrated, differentiated instruction, experiential learning, collaborative planning and teaching, student responsibility, environmental education, and community involvement. Responsible for teaching the North Carolina Standard Course of Study standards for language arts and social studies to two fifth grade classes of approximately 26 students each. Practice formative and summative assessment, provide critical feedback and guidance, establish rapport with students and parents, and co-plan and work collaboratively with the fifth grade team. Professional teachers with passion, flexibility, high expectations, consistent classroom management, and a sense of adventure are encouraged to apply. 


Opening: Middle School, Associate Teacher | Posting Closes: July 9, 2019

Overview: Minimum Qualifications: Associate’s degree. Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in education. Experience working with large groups of middle grade students, preferably in a classroom setting. Additional skills/interests in one of the following areas: gifted/talented education, special education, environmental literacy, social justice and/or service learning. Evergreen recognizes the social and educational value of a diverse leadership, staff, and student community. To that end, we actively seek and encourage employee applications from qualified individuals representing diverse social, ethnic, and racial groups. Send letter of interest, resume, list of three professional references and application to Jen Watkins, at jen.watkins@evergreenccs.org. Applications can be downloaded from www.evergreenccs.org.

Position Description: Work collaboratively with two lead teachers in two classrooms of approximately 26 students each. Some opportunities for teaching small, differentiated groups of students. Lead “Crew” group of 10-13 students facilitating team initiatives and character development. Assist with classroom management, supervise lunch and recess, arrange logistics and drive on field trips, communicate with parents, and cover for lead teacher in the event of the lead’s absence for a portion of the day. Clerical duties include preparing of materials, and record keeping. Good rapport with middle grade students, strong organizational and communication skills, consistent behavior management, and a commitment to experiential education are essential. Some associates are licensed, beginning teachers who find that this year of on-the-job “apprenticeship” paves the way for a successful transition to lead teaching. Self-starter professionals with passion, flexibility, high expectations, and a sense of adventure are encouraged to apply.