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    Thank you for your interest in a position with NC State Athletics.

    Please review current job listings here, to see how you can become part of the Wolfpack family. Please note that all applications must be submitted via the university's online application system.

    Staff contact:
    Christy Scheid, Human Resources Director - NC State Athletics
    Phone: (919) 513-7435; Email:

    Why NC State?

    1. Raleigh, North Carolina
    2. NC State University
    3. NC State Athletics

    Raleigh, North Carolina

    Raleigh Ranked #1 "City to Move to if You Want Good Pay and Good Housing" by The Washington Post
    Raleigh Ranked #1 "Best Places for Business and Careers" by Forbes
    Raleigh Ranked #1 "City to Raise a Family" by Forbes
    Raleigh Ranked #1 "Best Place to Live" by
    Raleigh Ranked #1 "Best Cities for Jobs" by Glassdoor Blog
    Raleigh Ranked #2 "Best Cities for Young Professionals" by Forbes
    Raleigh Ranked #2 on Forbes' "Boom Town" list
    Cary Ranked #4 "Best Midsize Cities to Raise Children" by
    Raleigh Ranked #5 "America's New Tech Hot Spots" by Forbes
    Raleigh Ranked #6 in "America's 10 Best Cities"
    Raleigh Ranked #6 "Top Cities for Staying Young" by
    Raleigh Ranked #6 "Best Cities for a Happy Marriage" by
    Raleigh Ranked #7 "Smartest City" by Forbes
    Raleigh Ranked #9 "Best City for Veterans" by Wallet Hub
    Raleigh Named "A Top City for Job Seekers" by
    Raleigh Named "One of the Most Inventive Cities in the World" by Forbes
    Raleigh Recognized for "Best Quality of Life in the USA" by
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    There are many reasons to live and work in the Raleigh, N.C., metropolitan region, which is consistently recognized as one of the `best places to live' in the United States.

    North Carolina's state capitol is ideally situated between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. There are 11 major beaches within a two to three hour drive to the East, including North Carolina's famed Outer Banks. Mountain retreats await to the West, highlighted by the Biltmore Estate in Asheville.

    With a mild climate year-round (average high temperature of 71 degrees), it's easy to see why Raleigh and the surrounding region is consistently rated among the `best places to live' in the United States.

    The Research Triangle region surrounds the NC State campus where many of the country's leading, Fortune 500 technology, research and pharmaceutical companies are located.

    The "City of Oaks" boasts a population of more than 400,000 residents, and is home to nine colleges and universities. One-third of Raleigh's population is comprised of minorities, and one-third of the population is also between the ages of 18 and 32. The Raleigh region has over 1.1 million people.

    Raleigh also features more than 4,300 acres of parkland and almost 1,400 acres of water, offering recreational activities year round. A nationally-acclaimed greenway system spans 41 miles, providing walking, jogging and hiking trails that connect many of the city's 150 major parks.

    Entertainment, arts and culture have a strong home in Raleigh. The PNC Arena welcomes more than 1.5 million guests and plays host to more than 150 events annually, including NC State men's basketball. The greater Raleigh area has five venues for live music events and there are four minor league baseball teams within close proximity. Numerous museums, Broadway shows, the N.C. Symphony, the Opera Company of North Carolina, and North Carolina's only 3D IMAX theatre, all call Raleigh home.

    NC State University

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    NC State Named Top 10 University to Work For by Business Research Guide
    • 2011 U.S. News & World Report: NC State is 3rd Best Overall Public University Value
    • 2011 Princeton Review: NC State is 9th Best Overall Public University Value
    • 2010 Kiplinger's Personal Finance: NC State is 10th Best Vaule

    NC State University is the largest four-year institution in North Carolina. The school boasts 34,376 students from all 100 North Carolina counties, 54 states and territories and 117 foreign countries, North Carolina State University is a comprehensive university known for its leadership in education and research, and globally recognized for its science, technology, engineering and mathematics leadership. 

    Consistently ranked among the nation's top 50 public universities, NC State is a place where students can fit in -- and dig in. Beginning their freshmen year, NC State students start work on their major right away -- whether it's conducting research alongside faculty or starting a challenging co-op or internship. While the student population is large, you won't get lost in the crowd. Faculty and staff are accessible, friendly and helpful; larger classes are always paired with smaller discussion sections or labs. 

    As one of the leading land-grant institutions in the nation, NC State is committed to playing an active and vital role in improving the quality of life for the citizens of North Carolina, the nation and the world. 

    How? Researchers across the university and Centennial Campus are deeply engaged in making new, application-driven discoveries. As a major research university, NC State has the people --from undergraduate and graduate students to faculty -- and the responsibility to advance knowledge, transfer technology, and discover and develop innovations that solve some of the world's most pressing problems. 

    And we are. NC State's research expenditures are approaching more than $380 million annually, with almost 70 percent of faculty engaged in sponsored research and 2,500 graduate students supported by research grants. NC State is ranked third among all public universities (without medical schools) in industry-sponsored research expenditures. 

    Home to more than 130 corporate and government research partners, as well as incubator companies, and NC State University research units, Centennial Campus is the premier university research campus in the country. A unique community of collaboration, industry and government partners work alongside faculty, staff, post-docs and students conducting cutting-edge research in state-of-the art facilities.

    NC State University celebrated its 125th Anniversary in 2012-13.

    NC State Athletics

    Wolfpack Unlimited
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    "Wolfpack Unlimited" captures NC State's vision for the future of the athletics department:

    1. Each team should be among the nation's top 25, working towards the top 10 and competing for conference and national championships.
    2. Every student-athlete should be given the opportunity and resources to be as successful in the classroom as on the field of competition.
    3. Every alumnus and supporter should be treated as a valued customer, with dedicated service resources from athletics department personnel.

    "We can become what we believe we can become. If we rally the Wolfpack family, lock arms as a collective force, and move forward... we can reach these challenging goals," states Deborah A. Yow, Director of Athletics.

    A charter member of both the Southern Conference and, later, the Atlantic Coast Conference, NC State has been competing at the highest level of college athletics for more than a century.

    Wolfpack teams have captured more than 120 team conference championships and 4 team national championships, including the memorable 1974 and 1983 men's basketball national titles. NC State student-athletes have also won 29 individual national championships, including 10 in men's and women's outdoor track and field, seven in swimming, five in women's cross country, five in wrestling, one in platform diving, and one in men's golf. The school has produced Olympic champions in swimming and dominated the sports of men's and women's cross country like no other school in the ACC.

    In the early years, the school's teams were known as the Farmer & Mechanics, the Aggies, the Techs, and the Red Terrors, before the football team became know as the Wolfpack in 1921. The name was eventually adopted by all athletics teams in 1947.

    Each of NC State's varsity programs has a distinct advantage at home and often on the road - the incomparable Wolfpack fans. The dedication of Wolfpackers is second to none. The folks in the red and white have a well-deserved reputation for being among the most loyal in the nation.

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