The selection process for jobs with Metro Nashville Government happens in multiple stages. For full details, visit the "Job Applicant Selection Process" related link.
You can reset your password.
You can obtain a copy of your application by logging into your GovernmentJobs.com account.
Yes. An application must be submitted by the closing date listed on the job announcement.
You can update your Master Profile at anytime, however you cannot revise information on an application that has been submitted with the exception of contact information. To update contact information, edit your permanent application (i.e., name, address, phone number, etc..) and the new contact information will appear on any previously submitted application.
Yes. Once hired, a 6-month initial probationary period is in effect. During the probationary period and employee is not entitled to rights under any collective bargaining agreement. A probationary period may also be extended under certain circumstances.
During regular business hours (Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) call 615-862-6640, and we will assist you with the online application process. Please leave a voicemail including your full legal name, telephone number, title of the position you are applying for, and a brief description of the problem.
Applications are accepted from legal residents of the United States with the exception of public safety positions (see job announcement for more information).
In order to check the status of your employment application, log in to your GovernmentJobs.com account.
You can get more detailed status information for all applications by clicking on Applications and Status in the top menu bar (in the pulldown below your username).
Submit your application online, or complete your online civil service job application in our Human Resources office during normal business hours.