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Bulloch County Schools to host Employee Recruitment Fair on Feb. 4

Annual event for all job types is from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., at Statesboro High School
Bulloch County Schools welcomed approximately 225 new employees, 70 of whom were new teachers, in July of 2022. Credit: Bulloch County Schools

Bulloch County Schools will host its annual Employee Recruitment Fair on Saturday, February 4, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., at Statesboro High School, located at 10 Coach Lee Hill Boulevard in Statesboro, Georgia. Interested applicants for teaching and non-teaching positions are welcome.

Apply for an on-site interview. New this year, interested teachers and education professionals can apply here with the chance for a same day, on-site formal interview.  

Meet and greet. The school district's principals and hiring supervisors will exhibit information about their schools and departments in a trade show-like atmosphere. It's a great opportunity to explore, ask questions and have conversations about careers with Bulloch County Schools.

Learn about job openings. See a list of job openings here. There are current openings for all job types. Future positions are also being added frequently in preparation for the 2023-2024 school year. The school district is hiring teachers, paraprofessionals, foster care tutors, and non-teaching positions such as clerical staff, bookkeepers, bus drivers, bus monitors, food services cashiers, managers, and assistants; custodians, painters, maintenance and warehouse personnel, and more. The district also hires substitutes for these job types.

Register to win a $50 Visa Card. Attend the Employee Recruitment Fair and register to win one of two $50 Visa Cards, sponsored by our employee benefits broker, NFP of Statesboro.

Join us. We want employees with grit and innovation who put the needs of children first. Come grow your career with Bulloch County Schools.

We help new teachers succeed. Bulloch County Schools supports new teachers in many ways in order to help them be more effective and develop professionally. The school district provides a new teacher induction program, teacher mentors, dedicated time to collaborate with peers, and ongoing professional development opportunities. There is also an Aspiring Leaders program for those who wish to advance into administrative roles. Learn more at Teach Bulloch.

Live and grow in Bulloch County. Statesboro and the immediate area are filled with amenities at a lower cost of living. The community is home to three post-secondary institutions where you can further your education (Georgia Southern University, East Georgia State College, and Ogeechee Technical College).