Are you a startup, established tech company, or business looking for highly qualified knowledge workers to grow your team? Have you recently been laid off,  want to make a career move, or switch industries altogether? 

Currently, there are a number of disparate job searching and posting outlets hosted by various groups (we see you Cville Slack #Jobs and EmbarkCVA!). However, each has its challenges. Among them, Slack messages drop off after 10K messages so job postings disappear quickly, and not everyone uses or cares to use Slack. Some job listings are only emailed to subscribers once per month or tweeted out. 

Hm...where did I see that job posting?

For decades we’ve heard the cry for one consolidated place to post and to search for all higher wage job opportunities -- one source of truth -- in Charlottesville and within Region 9. 

Meet The Hub CVA, built specifically to facilitate those crucial connections. 

Users on The Hub, will be able to search for jobs by county, keyword, job title, company name, job type (i.e. full or part-time, remote, contract), job function (i.e. business development, software engineering, research and lab work, etc), not to mention benefits and salary ranges.   

Further, any registered users of the Hub can add their job offerings at no cost. 

As a community asset, we’ve rationally designed The Hub to embrace the region’s incredible diversity, lower barriers for newcomers, cultivate inclusion for those limited by place and history, and help startups and established businesses tap incredible talent and creativity. 

We’re excited to get started, together!

The Hub will make its public premiere mid-summer 2021. 


CBIC and our community partners will continue to keep you updated on more exciting details about what you can do and find on The Hub and when you will be able to opt-in and get connected!

About the Author
Tracey Greene
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Executive Director, Charlottesville Business Innovation Council and Charlottesville Angel Network
Tracey's passion for igniting the Charlottesville area’s entrepreneurial and high-tech community is evident by her extensive volunteer roles over the past 15 years, coupled with her current roles as Executive Director of CBIC and the Charlottesville Angel Network, which she founded in 2015. Tracey has served for more than 25 years in sectors including biotechnology, start-ups, trade association and non-profit management delivering results in a variety of roles –communications, public relations, marketing, legal, fundraising, investor relations, technology training, operations, conference and event management, leadership development, and more. Tracey’s enthusiastic community building stimulates personal and group excellence. She is probably best known as an influential connector who seemingly knows everyone and inspires thoughts into action.