|Scotland County Schools....Glimpses of Greatness! In the very near future, many of the new buildings and structures that are built in Scotland County will probably be evidence of Scotland High School graduate, Tajuan Malloy's handiwork.† Tajuan is the very first SHS graduate to be accepted into Worksource East. He will be participating in the masonry program to earn his certification.† Click here to learn more about the program and Tajuan.†|
Scotland County Schools is always accepting applications for Substitute Teaching and Child Nutrition Substitutes.† If anyone is interested in Substitute Teaching for Scotland County Schools, please contact Sara Wilkerson in the Human Resources Department at (910) 277-4459 ext. 304 or if you are interested in being a Child Nutrition Substitute, please contact Richard Jacobs at (910) 277-4459 ext. 337.
Our certified and classified vacancies are updated twice daily. If you have questions about vacancies, please feel free to contact the Department of Human Resources at 910-276-1138 x304. They will be happy to answer any questions you have about openings, the application process and licensure issues.
By clicking on the appropriate link, you are taken to the NCPublicSchools.org website, which carries our current vacancy listings. Vacancies are listed in alphabetical order and specific detail information regarding each vacancy may be viewed by clicking on the position title. Choose the proper link as defined below:
When vacancies occur, interviews are arranged with selected applicants holding proper licensure, provided all required information has been received. The principal screens applications forwarded from Human Resources and selects eligible candidates for interview. After interviewing these candidates, the principal and his/her interview team makes a recommendation to the Executive Director of Human Resources. Offers of employment are extended from Human Resources. The applicant, upon accepting the offer, contacts the Benefits Specialist for an appointment to complete appropriate forms for employment. A criminal history record check will also be completed. A drug test is required. Upon approval of the Board of Education, a contract is issued and signed.
Application Requirements and Process
Certified and classified applications are available online. Questions about the application or vacancies can be handled by telephone (910-276-1138 x 304 ), by e-mailing the Human Resources Department, by personal visit, or by writing the office of Personnel Services at:
†††† Human Resources
Requirements for classified applicants:
Requirements for certified employment:
Applicants must hold or be qualified to hold at least the "A" certificate issued by the State Department of Public Instruction, Raleigh, North Carolina. The "A" certificate must be based upon at least a Bachelors' degree in education.
Applicants are responsible for obtaining a North Carolina teacher's license and filing it with the Office of Human Resources. Applicants still in teacher training should check with their college education department concerning licensure. Out-of-state applicants should contact the Division of Teacher Licensure, State Department of Public Instruction, 301 North Wilmington Street, Raleigh, North Carolina 27611, regarding licensure to teach in the area of the application. † This information may be found online.
You should request your college or university to send a copy of your transcript to Human Resources. Both undergraduate and graduate transcripts are desired. Beginning teachers should file a supplemental transcript after requirements for the degree are met.
Your application should include the name, position, complete mailing address, and work and home phone numbers of at least three references, such as principals and supervisors, who have first hand knowledge of your professional preparation and competence. References such as relatives are not acceptable.
Your application folder, when complete, will contain the following:
Lateral Entry Information
North Carolina Lateral Entry Information - The North Carolina General Statutes for lateral entry allows qualifying skilled individuals (with at least a bachelorís degree) outside of the public education system to enter the teaching profession. The above link provides information about this process in North Carolina.
|Last Updated: 7/30/15|