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Employment

The Troup County School System is always looking for the very best teachers, administrators and staff to provide a quality education to our 12,000 students. Located just south of Atlanta, directly on the Georgia and Alabama line, Troup County is conveniently located just minutes from the West Point lake and only a few hours from the Florida panhandle beaches. 

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS
We are currently accepting applications for substitute teachers. To apply for a substitute teaching position, apply on APPLITRACK


CERTIFIED POSITIONS

For certified positions apply on:  
APPLITRACK.     

Steps to Become a Certified Teacher:

  1. Register at Georgia PSC:  https://www.gapsc.com
  2. Take & Pass GACE Exams & Ethics Assessment Program:  https://gace.ets.org
  3. Apply on APPLITRACK above

Out of state certificate (example: moving from AL to GA)
https://www.gapsc.com/MovetoGeorgia/outOfStateEducators.aspx

Hear From Our Employees

Environmental

Nutrition

Transportation

NON-CERTIFIED POSITIONS

HR Bus Driver
   

Non-Certified Positions include:

  • Sub to permanent Bus Drivers
  • Sub to permanent Bus Monitors
  • Clerical/Secretary
  • Community Coach/Lay Coach
  • Sub to permanent Custodians
  • Paraprofessional - See below
  • School Nutrition Assistants
  • After Class Enrichment (ACE) Workers

For Food Service Assistant positions: Chartwells

For non-certified positions: APPLITRACK

Once your application has been successfully submitted, you will receive a confirmation email from Frontline Education/Applitracks. If your qualifications meet the needs of an available position within Troup County School System, someone from the perspective department will contact you for further information and a possible interview.

Qualifications for a paraprofessional:

All Georgia Paraprofessionals must hold a valid state license issued by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission (GaPSC). Georgia educators who hold a valid professional certificate may serve as Paraprofessionals without holding a specific Paraprofessional license.

An individual must be employed as a Paraprofessional in a Georgia local unit of administration (
LUA) in order to qualify for a Paraprofessional license, which is valid for five years. In addition to employment, the applicant must meet one of the following qualifications:

If you are interested in obtaining a Paraprofessional license, you must first seek employment with a Georgia school, which will require a criminal record check. Your certification application package will be submitted by your employer. *(official transcript required for verification)

For more information or to register for the paraprofessional assessment click here.

TCSS does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, parental status, national origin, age, disability, genetic information (including family medical history), political affiliation, military service or any other legally protected status in its employment practices.