People 2 People April 30, 2018

How to get a job with Marietta City Schools

If you're looking for a job with a metro Atlanta school district, don't forget to check out city school districts located within larger counties. Marietta City Schools, for example, has approximately 1,200 employees who work at eight elementary schools, one sixth grade and one middle school and one high school.

Here’s what you need to know to get a job with Marietta City Schools.

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What type of jobs does the district offer?

Marietta City Schools has many job openings posted on its site. The following are some of the jobs listed:

-Field safety coordinator

-Head soccer coach

-Communications specialist

-Cafeteria monitor

-Bus monitor

How do you apply for a job?

If you're interested in applying, you'll see a button to the right of each job listing. When you click on it, you'll be taken to a page that lists the specific requirements for that job. This includes the education and experience you'll be expected to have as well as the duties you'll perform.

What credentials do you need?

Credentials vary by position. As an example, a job opening for a K-5 teacher requires a Georgia teaching certificate in Early Childhood or Special Education General Curriculum/Early Childhood Education. An advanced degree is preferred, and you'll need to have successful teaching experience.

What do positions pay?

pay schedule can be viewed online, and you'll see salary schedules for teachers, paraprofessionals, classified and transportation positions, and more. Some positions also list the salary range at the bottom of their full descriptions.

What is the interview process like?

There were few Glassdoor respondents who shared their interview experience with Marietta City Schools, but the ones who did rated the interview process as a 1.5 in difficulty, which puts it within the average range.

The following are interview questions shared by job seekers:

-"How do you think you can contribute to the success of middle school students?" – asked for a teaching position

-"Do you have a clean driving record?" – asked for a bus driver position

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