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ELEVATE YOUR CAREER

Since 1969, Blue Ridge Community College has transformed lives through the power of learning in the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains. Reach your professional summit through meaningful employment and experience, competitive salaries and wages, and a generous benefits program.

At Blue Ridge Community College, you’ll find more than a job.

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At Blue Ridge Community College, you’ll find a meaningful full- or part-time career that makes an impact and a community where lives are transformed through the power of learning. You’ll work alongside a diverse team of innovative and motivated colleagues who ensure our institution remains competitive and cutting edge.

Since 1969, Blue Ridge has empowered individuals with knowledge and skills to enrich our communities and build a competitive workforce. We value diversity, sustainability, and opportunities to grow.

In addition to full-time career paths, Blue Ridge also employs temporary and part-time instructors for both curriculum and continuing education programs. Adjunct instructors fill an important need for the College’s academic and training goals.

Blue Ridge Community College is an Equal Employment Opportunity Institution and does not accept unsolicited applications for full-time faculty and staff positions.

Competitive Employee Benefits

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In addition to meaningful and dependable employment, Blue Ridge Community College offers competitive salaries, wages, benefits programs, and opportunities for professional growth.

Full-time staff are eligible for the North Carolina Retirement System and State Health Plan. Our supplemental benefits through Pierce Group Benefits include dental, vision, and cancer insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts, and more.

We also support our employees’ health and wellness through an Employee Assistance Plan.

Campus Locations

Blue Ridge Community College’s three campuses are located in Western North Carolina’s beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. They include the Henderson County Campus in Flat Rock, the Transylvania County Campus in Brevard, and the Health Sciences Center in downtown Hendersonville.

You’ll love living and working here. The cities and surrounding areas of Hendersonville and Brevard provide plenty of cultural, dining, and outdoor recreational opportunities for community members. This includes community festivals and concerts, local artisans and shopping, and a thriving nightlife in the area’s breweries. Outdoor adventure seekers will enjoy hiking and biking in the surrounding Pisgah National Forest, Dupont State Forest, and more.

If that’s not enough, the tourism and arts destinations of Asheville, North Carolina, and Greenville, South Carolina, make for convenient day-trips. The coastal city of Charleston, South Carolina, is less than four hours away.

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Henderson County Campus
180 W. Campus Dr.
Flat Rock, NC 28731
(828) 694-1700

Blue Ridge Communit College Transylvania County Campus

Transylvania County Campus
45 Oak Park Dr.
Brevard, NC 28712
(828) 883-2520

Blue Ridge Community College Health Sciences Center

Health Sciences Center
805 6th Avenue West
Hendersonville, NC 28739
(828) 694-1700

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“Blue Ridge has invested in my growth as an employee. I’ve been afforded numerous professional development opportunities locally, regionally, and nationally.

The College has provided me with the training and support to develop and thrive as a leader. In my 17 years here, I’ve chaired committees and progressed from instructor to department coordinator to department chair.”

— Ben Hardy

“As a latecomer to the teaching realm, I am fortunate to have started my teaching career at Blue Ridge. This College allowed me to develop into a teacher that is delighted to witness the students’ success and is continually encouraged to be a better teacher.

Our mission of transforming lives through the power of learning is reinforced by the organization’s commitment to employee growth, while upholding the students’ interests.”

— Hamid Najafi

“Blue Ridge provides the support and flexibility to continue my personal growth as a nurse educator.

As an employee of Blue Ridge I feel I am able to make a difference in my community through close relationships with students and community partners.

I am fortunate to be surrounded by an amazing group of peers here at Blue Ridge.”

— Heather Stewart

“It is a privilege to work for Blue Ridge Community College because it has taught me the importance of an education. It allows me the opportunity to pay that gift forward and be a part of something bigger than myself by serving our community members when they need us most. We get to guide, assist, encourage and build confidence as we strive to meet needs.”

— Stacy Hill

Ready to join our team?

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Questions? We’d love to help!

Human Resources
Patton Building, Room 160
(828) 694-1741
hr_inquiries@blueridge.edu


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Here’s what is happening at Blue Ridge Community College.

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