A Wythe County Application must be completed & signed to be considered for any position.

Please return applications as stated in the employment advertisement. If no instructions are included, applications may be:

  • mailed or dropped off at the County Administration Offices, 340 South Sixth Street Wytheville, VA  24382
  • faxed to 276-223-4515
  • or emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Due to the amount of applications received, applicants will only be notified if selected for an interview.

Wythe County Employment Application
Constitutional Officer Applications must be submitted as stated in the employment advertisement)
Sheriff's Office Applications must be submitted directly to the Sheriff's Office)

Wythe County is an Equal Opportunity Employer 


Wythe County is seeking full and part-time Emergency Medical Technicians. Emergency Medical Technicians will provide timely, compassionate emergency medical care and response for patients experiencing a medical emergency and/or traumatic injury; ensure continuity of care at the scene and during transport to an appropriate medical facility or to a higher-trained EMS provider; operate and maintain agency apparatus and equipment with due regard, pursuant to the Code of Virginia and regulatory requirements; assist in the routine maintenance and inspection of agency apparatus, facilities, and equipment; function as an efficient team member in delivering emergency medical care in often hazardous and/or stressful conditions; assist supervisory and billing staff in timely making reports, collecting data and submitting for billing; perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor.

Full time positions are hourly, non-exempt from overtime, rotating & scheduled shifts. Wythe County provides full benefits including paid leave, health, vision and dental insurance, VRS retirement.

Part-time positions are hourly, no benefits, scheduled shifts. 

Positions are open until filled. Submit resume including professional qualifications & certifications, and county employment application to: Ashley Coble, Human Resources, 340 South Sixth Street, Wytheville, VA  24382 or by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 


Wythe County is an equal opportunity employer.

The Wythe County Commonwealth’s Attorney Office is accepting applications for a full-time V-STOP (Virginia STOP Violence Against Women Act) Director. 

The V-STOP Director works closely with the Wythe County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office providing information and assistance to victims of domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault. The Director meets with victims to discuss the court process and determines necessary services. The Director provides referrals to appropriate agencies that offer specific services to victims. The Director is also responsible for reviewing domestic violence reports upon receipt, providing notice to victims about upcoming court cases, escorting victims to the appropriate offices to obtain protective orders and various other clerical duties. The Director would be responsible for writing and maintaining the grant responsible for funding the position with DCJS as well as submitting quarterly and annual reports to DCJS. This is not an exhaustive list of the duties assigned to the Director and she/he may be asked to perform other duties as needed. Full Job Description at this LINK.

To apply, please complete a county application and return to the Wythe County Commonwealth’s Attorney, Attn: Mike Jones, 225 South Fourth Street, Suite 104, Wytheville, VA  24382.

Wythe County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Wythe County Water and Wastewater Department is now accepting employment for Construction Inspectors. The positions will be Temporary Full-Time positions with benefits. The projects will range in time for approximately six to twelve months. 

Experience with water and wastewater utility line construction preferred but not required. Inspectors must be familiar with reading construction plans and specifications. Inspectors must be able to communicate clearly to all stakeholders involved on the project. 

Inspectors will be responsible for observing daily activities on construction projects, ensuring all work done complies with the Engineer’s plans and specifications. Inspectors will also be required to create daily reports and submit to the project manager. 

Applications are available AT THIS LINK and at the Wythe County Administrator's Office. Submit completed application to: Wythe County Administrator's Office, Attention: Ashley Coble, 340 South Sixth Street, Wytheville, VA  24382 or by email to Ashley Coble, Director of Human Resources at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


  • 5+ years of experience with water/wastewater construction (Preferred), relevant utility construction, roadway construction or civil site project construction.
  • Must be experienced with reading construction plans and specifications
  • Must be experienced with Microsoft Office including Word and Excel.
  • Be at job site eight hours per day dependent on construction schedules.
  • Valid Drivers license.


The Wythe County Board of Supervisors is accepting applications for for a full-time Utility Maintenance worker for the Water & Wastewater Department.


Submit a Wythe County employment application to Ashley Coble, HR Director at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Position open until filled.

Wythe County is an equal opportunity employer.

Make a real difference leading the dispatchers who save lives of people in crisis. Wythe County seeks applications from professionals qualified to serve as director of emergency communications, overseeing the E-911 Center’s service to the public and first responders. Located at the crossroads of Interstates 77 and 81, Wythe County has over 100,000 visitors pass through daily, creating higher demand for emergency services.

The director must be an effective communicator, good listener and decisive leader, fostering partnerships between dispatchers and first responders to effectively, safely serve the public.

The preferred candidate will have served in senior management of a PSAP with extensive experience as a dispatch, trainer, shift supervisor or manager, holding all certifications and qualifications necessary to oversee and direct the operations of a complex public safety operation.

The candidate should demonstrate a strong history of a) employee recruitment, training and retention, b) effective operational planning, c) implementation of performance measurement to guide employee training and development, d) employee stress recognition and management and e) public budgeting and financial management.

This responsible professional oversees a staff of 20 employees including a deputy director, shift supervisors and dispatchers in a demanding environment. The center has implemented telecommunicator CPR, Emergency Medical Dispatch and new Telex consoles and UHF radios, with Next Generation 911 coming in 2024.


Submit a Wythe County employment application and email of interest and resume detailing professional qualifications and certifications to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Position open until filled. First review of applications begins Monday, April 15, 2024.

Wythe County is an equal opportunity employer.