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Antioch Unified School District to Host Job Fair

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The Antioch Unified School District is hosting a job fair on July 9 at Prospects High School in the City of Antioch.

Located at 820 West 2nd street, the job fair will be held from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm.  Whether you’re just curious about becoming a teacher or actively seeking a position, they would love to meet you. You are encouraged to stop by to connect with their team and speak with university representatives to learn how you can jumpstart your career in education.

According to the District, they are seeking:

  • Special Education Teachers
  • Single/multiple subject teachers
  • School psychologist
  • School Counselor
  • Speech Language Pathologist

The Antioch Unified School District has also seen a 22% increase in salary since 2021, full paid dental, vision and Kaiser Family (additional plans available), recognition of all years of experience for placement on the salary schedule.

For more information, visit www.antiochschools.net or send resume to [email protected]

For more job openings, visit: https://www.edjoin.org/antiochunified

About Antioch Unified School District

We are a unified school district serving more than 16,150 students in grades K -12. We have thirteen elementary schools, four middle schools, two comprehensive high schools, three specialized high schools, two alternative high schools and one K-8 school. We also offer a home schooling program, adult education courses and other unique programs to fit the needs of all students. Our school district employs approximately 1,100 certificated and nearly 900 classified employees. Antioch Unified School District is centrally located in the East Bay and provides ready access to scenic mountains, waterfronts, wine country, historical sites and the Pacific Ocean. Antioch is known as the “Gateway to the Delta” and is one of California’s oldest cities, with a diverse community of approximately 100,000. The Antioch Unified School District is a Merit System District. As such, final selection of our classified staff members will be made from candidates who have been placed on an eligibility list. Eligibility is determined via an evaluation and competitive screening/scoring of a candidate’s training and experience as demonstrated on the application and responses provided in the supplemental questions.



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1 comment

Street Sweeper July 8, 2024 - 2:48 pm

Nobody decent wants to become a teacher anymore. All you are is a glorified babysitter for shitty parents that coddle their kids. Starting pay is ridiculous and you get no support from the district or the principal. And if you think about writing them up for a referral you’ll have infamous race card pulled.


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