Current Job Openings
Welcome to the City of Fayetteville’s career page! If you want a rewarding career that makes a difference in the lives of those around you, we encourage you to look through our current job openings below.
Fayetteville is an amazing place to live. With its bustling economy, Fayetteville is also a great place to work – especially here at the local government! We take pride in serving Fayetteville’s residents, offering competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package. We aim to attract a highly qualified, diverse workforce that develops professionally in an engaged team. If this sounds like the kind of work environment you want to be a part of, check out which jobs are currently open.
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A Great Place to Work
Here are a few reasons why Fayetteville is a wonderful place to live and the City of Fayetteville is a great place to work!
The Parks Department's annual Lights of the Ozarks on the Downtown Square brings holiday joy to Fayetteville and the entire Northwest Arkansas community.
Public art can be found throughout Fayetteville. It create a destination, invites discussion, inspires photographs and initiates a memorable experience.
The City's trail system includes paved shared-use trails, designated bicycle lanes on city streets, and natural-surface mountain bike and hiking trails.
The Fayetteville Police Department aims to provide our citizens with a safe and healthy community in which to live and work.
Recycling is popular with Fayetteville residents. The City's Recycling and Trash Collection department includes an award-winning food waste and compost program.
NWA Pride is one of our most popular annual events. Fayetteville is an engaged, progressive community that cares about equality, civic involvement and inclusion.
Fayetteville has a thriving live-music scene, including popular annual events, like Fayetteville Roots Festival. Local, regional and national acts play on Dickson Street.