Local educational agencies are looking to fill high-demand positions
School districts and charter schools across the county are hiring for a variety of teaching and non-teaching positions, and the Educator Job Fair Dec. 4 will help connect job seekers to quality opportunities.
“Because there are critical shortages for some of these positions, local school districts are eager to bring the best and brightest into their organizations right now,” said Dr. Sheiveh Jones, director of teacher effectiveness and preparation for SDCOE. “It’s the perfect time to join an educational agency and use your skills to support students.”
The job fair is organized by the San Diego County Office of Education in partnership with Point Loma Nazarene University and will be from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 4 at Liberty Station Conference Center, 2600 Laning Road in San Diego.
Job seekers can register for one of three time slots: 8 to 9:45 a.m., 10 to 11:45 a.m., and noon to 1:45 p.m.
Choose a time slot, bring a resume, and dress professionally. Some districts may interview on the spot while others will collect your resume in anticipation of an opening within the district.
Organizations are looking to hire substitute teachers and non-teaching positions, such as after-school program staff, bus drivers, campus supervisors, child nutrition assistants, food service professionals, health clerks, instructional aides and assistants, maintenance workers, noon duty supervisors, and nurses.
About the San Diego County Office of Education
The San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) … is inspiring and leading innovation in education so that all students can thrive in a future without boundaries. The County Office helps the county’s school districts operate efficiently and with significant cost savings by leveraging resources to perform personnel tasks and provide staff development and other services. With a focus on equity, innovation, and career technical education, SDCOE directly educates more than 3,000 students at more than 20 sites each year and provides support services to more than 500,000 students across 42 school districts. For additional information on how SDCOE is innovating education and working to guarantee all students graduate prepared for college, career, and life, visit www.sdcoe.net.