The following positions for Clarendon County School District 4 are open. All applicants for certified positions must hold or be eligible for a current SC Educator License for the position of interest. Positions are open until filled.
Certified Teaching / Professional Positions
- Early Childhood Education
- Elementary Education
- Elementary STEAM Lab Teacher
- Middle School Math, Science, and English
- Physical Education (Elementary and Secondary)
- High School Math, Science, Social Studies
- Elementary Visual Arts
- Media Specialist
- Athletic Director / Head Football Coach / PE Teacher (Scott’s Branch Middle High) – Re-advertised. Former applicants who are still interested may send an interest email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Speech Language Pathologist
- Academic Coach – Multiple Positions
- Summary: Under the supervision of the Chief Instructional Services Officer and in conjunction with the site principal, the academic coach provides job-embedded and on-going professional learning for teachers and staff and provides constructive feedback through cognitive coaching. The academic coach provides support to the principal and school staff in analyzing data for continuous improvement and for professional learning decision-making. The academic coach provides professional learning and direction for teachers to improve their content knowledge, curriculum development and effective delivery of instructional strategies. The overall job of the academic coach is to build the capacity of the school and its teachers to meet the rigorous learning needs of all students. He/she is to ensure that school staff acquire the understanding and skills to enhance instructional practices at the classroom level and to raise the level of student growth and achievement. The position is grant funded and thereby staffed year-to-year.
- Master’s Degree in Education, curriculum and instruction, instructional/educational technology Certification as a teacher in South Carolina
- A minimum of five years of successful experience in education at the elementary and/or secondary level
- A minimum 5 or more year of successful classroom-based teaching experience is required.
- Experience in differentiated instructions in a standard-driven curriculum.
- Practical experience in instructional management, organizational planning, implementation and evaluation, and successful supervisory experience preferred.
- Instructional Technology Specialist – Multiple Positions –
- Summary: Under the supervision of the Chief Instructional Services Officer and Principal, the Instructional Technology Specialist provides leadership in promoting, developing, achieving, and maintaining high quality educational technology integration with teaching and learning throughout all instructional environments to support teachers in enhancing instruction that is differentiated, improves student achievement, and assist student in becoming world-class learners using world-class skills to be technologically savvy and responsible. He/she also assists in the development and implementation of curriculum and technology integration projects. The Instructional Technology Specialist collaborates with appropriate instructional and technical staff to support, manage, optimize the use of instructional software, and network resources to support quality teaching and learning. Assists the Chief Instructional Service Officer in strategic planning, policy development and implementation of objectives.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Master’s Degree in Educational or Instructional Technology strongly preferred.
- A minimum of five years of successful classroom teaching experience within K-12.
- Demonstrates instructional technology integration in the classroom setting.
- Instructional coaching and leadership experience preferred
- Practical experience in instructional management, instructional technology curriculum planning, implementation and evaluation, and successful data analysis.
- Bus Drivers
- Food Service Operators
- Instructional Assistants
- Executive Assistant to the Superintendent and Public Information Officer
- Administrative Assistant
- Purchasing Agent and Fiscal Assistant
- IT Technician
- Summary: Under limited supervision, is responsible for maintaining computers and other technology based equipment within all facets of the District’s education system. An IT Technician, or IT Support Technician, is responsible for maintaining computer systems and other technologies in a business setting. Their duties include working with other IT Technicians to install hardware and troubleshoot computer issues, responding to IT questions from company employees and updating malware protection devices to prevent viruses or computer hacking.
Applicants, including internal transfer requests need to send a cover letter and current resume to Laura Fleming at email@example.com. Qualified external applicants will receive a follow-up email with a link to a formal application.