Thank you for your interest in working in our school district. The links on the left below will provide links to additional information that you will need to complete your application for available positions. During the application process, you will be required to upload the following documents: (1) resume; (2) high school diploma or college transcripts; (3) physical/doctor's note, stating that you have a satisfactory health record for employment in Washington County Schools; and, (4) TBI/FBI fingerprint-based background check receipt. Pre-employment drug screens are required upon recommendation of employment. Faxed information will not be accepted. For assistance with this process, you may contact the Human Resources Department at (423) 753-1100. Please view the link below for current openings and further down the page for information about substitute teaching.
How to Start the Application Process
1. Click on the "View Current Openings" box. You will be redirected to a new page, Frontline Education Washington County TN School District.
2. On the left, you will find a short list of vacant positions. For additional information, click on the "All Jobs" link to view location, job availability dates, job descriptions, etc.
3. To apply for the job, click the red "Apply" button in the upper right-hand corner to the right of the name of the position.
Substitute Teacher Opportunities
Location: Central Office, Board of Education
Date: Wednesday, January 11, 2023
Time: 9:00 a.m.
This class will be limited. Please submit an online application through the view current openings link above and call Heather Riddle at 423-753-1100 to schedule training for Wednesday, January 11, 2023. If you do not sign-up before attending a training class, you will not be permitted to attend. Future classes will be scheduled. A photo for an employee badge will be taken.
A substitute teaching training class is held at the Central Office 405 West College Street, Jonesborough, TN 37659. The class will last approximately two hours. Please bring two forms of identification (ex. social security card, birth certificate, passport, and drivers license). Also, a check to void or a financial statement from your bank for accounting purposes.
A completed online application and background fingerprint results must be submitted and cleared before you are allowed to substitute teach. Please have your background check completed before the meeting.
***Click the TAPS Employee fingerprinting link on the Human Resources screen to schedule your background check. The cost of the fingerprint-based background check is $37.15 beginning October 2, 2022.
To apply, please click on the Current Openings link and complete an application through our Frontline online system. During the application process, you will be required to upload the following documents prior to attending this class: (1) completed online application (2) resume; (3) high school diploma or college transcripts; (4) physical/doctor's note, stating that you have a satisfactory health record for employment in Washington County Schools; and, (5) TBI/FBI fingerprint-based background check receipt. Pre-employment drug screens are required upon recommendation of employment. Faxed information will not be accepted. For assistance with this process, you may contact the Human Resources department at (423) 753-1100.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
It is the policy of the Department of Education to recruit, hire, and promote in all job classifications without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or handicapping conditions, except where it is necessary to meet a bona fide confidential qualification, DOE Form PER 112 (13 Aug 81)
The Washington County Department of Education strives to attract, hire, and retain the most qualified employees. In an effort to enhance morale, limit job turnover, help increase performance, and improve results, this department helps with the interviewing of applicants, provides training and development opportunities to improve skills, and increase employees' satisfaction with their jobs and working conditions. This is carried out through involvement of the administrative staff in planning, decision-making, and evaluation. Support is given through an extensive new teacher induction program as well as a mentoring program. The mentoring program utilizes personnel trained by the state model “Raising the Bar.”
Teachers are given opportunities for sustained professional development on many topics. Concentration is given to the area of best instructional practices including differentiated instruction and incorporation of technology into the classroom.
The Washington County Department of Education is an equal opportunity employer. The school system does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, gender, color, religion, national origin, citizenship status, age or handicap in any of its educational or employment programs or activities.
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