As we have shared over the course of the past year, Albemarle County Public Schools is in the process of building its own Department of Human Resources, separate from Albemarle County Government. Prior to embarking on this journey, ACPS and Local Government collectively decided that separate human resources departments would more efficiently and effectively serve our growing and increasingly complex workforce needs.
We wanted to share our progress with you and also encourage those of you who may be interested in serving ACPS employees in a human resources capacity to consider applying for one of our HR vacancies. Continue reading
Applications are being accepted for the 2022-23 school year for both Instructional Coaches and Learning Technology Integrators (LTIs). These opportunities are open to internal candidates only. Click on the links below to view the job descriptions for these positions:
Please visit Albemarle County’s Job Listings page to apply. The application window for both jobs closes on Monday, February 28.
The CoderDojo Teacher Interest Form for Summer 2021 is now open! Interested teachers should complete this brief form by May 21. Participating teachers will receive $350 and 20 recertification points per week.
CoderDojo is a summer coding camp that provides ACPS elementary students with opportunities for creativity, innovation and fun. As a part of our Summer Recovery program, CoderDojo will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. each week in July at various locations throughout the county. Teachers may sign up for individual weeks or the entire month. Continue reading
ACPS Educators: As we recently shared, Albemarle County Public Schools will offer a Virtual School for the 2021-22 school year. The purpose of our virtual campus is to provide a full-day alternative learning environment for our families who have students who do not wish to return to face-to face learning due to concerns related to the pandemic. The virtual campus will serve students enrolled in Albemarle County elementary, middle and high schools.
If you are interested in teaching next year at the Virtual School, please visit Albemarle County’s Job Listings page to apply. Continue reading
The Department of Technology is now accepting applications for the position of Learning Technology Integrator for the 2021-22 school year. Learning Technology Integrators (LTIs) partner with schools to support the effective and responsible use of technology and to support school-wide goals through collaborative planning, modeling, reflecting, co-teaching, and professional learning. Please view the job posting for details. The application window will close on March 12, 2021. Contact Gene Osborn with questions.
The application window for instructional coaches for the 2021-2022 school year has been extended! Please view the job posting for details (internal candidates only). The application window will now close on February 26, 2021. Please contact Natalie Farrell with questions.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2021-2022 school year for instructional coaches. Please view the job posting for details (internal candidates only). The application window will close on February 19, 2021. Please contact Natalie Farrell with questions.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2020-2021 school year for instructional coaches. Please view the job posting for details (internal candidates only). The application window will close on February 29, 2020.
Saturday, February 1, 2020 | 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. | CATEC
This Saturday, February 1, Albemarle County Public Schools, Albemarle County Local Government, and the Charlottesville Albemarle Technical Education Center (CATEC) are collaborating to sponsor the ACPS/AC Local Government/CATEC Job Fair! Continue reading
Attention Teachers, TAs, OAs, and Athletic Coaches: Would you like to help our student athletes while earning extra income? Transportation Services is in need of Substitute School Bus Drivers for athletic trips during the week and weekends. We also have driving work available over the summer. Apply now »
Benefits: Continue reading