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POSITION TITLE:  Teacher - CTAE  **COMPUTER SCIENCE PREFERRED**

LOCATION: Woodland HS 
 
START DATE:  January 2, 2023
                                     
JOB DESCRIPTION:   Establish a positive learning environment and respond to the individual needs of students in the classroom. Plan and implement effective lessons, using time, materials and resources effectively. Display a thorough knowledge computer science curriculum. Demonstrate awareness of the needs of students and provide for individual differences. Support the philosophy and mission of the Bartow County School System. Demonstrate prompt and regular attendance. Other duties as assigned.
 
EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION OR TRAINING:  Must hold a valid clear renewable or be able to obtain a Georgia teaching certificate in one of the following: Computer Science (6-12), Business Education (6-12), Engineering & Technology (6-12), Mathematics (6-12), Science (6-12) or Computer Science Endorsement.        
 
SKILLS:   Ability and knowledge to effectively teach at the high school level.
 
EXPERIENCE:  Previous teaching experience preferred, not required.  
 
TO APPLY:
 
Outside of system: Apply via our system website and online application process at www.bartow.k12.ga.us 
                               
In system employees: Forward letter of interest and resume to:
CHIEF HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER 
BARTOW COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM
65 Gilreath Road, Cartersville, GA 30120 
 
It is the policy of the Bartow County School System, consistent with its obligations under state and federal law to establish and maintain drug-free schools and workplaces, to require applicants for covered positions to consent to a pre-employment, post-offer, drug test.
 
The Bartow County Board of Education reserves the right to accept equivalent qualifications as the Board may deem appropriate and acceptable.
 
The Bartow County School System does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, color, national origin or disability in its educational programs, activities or employment practices.