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Henrico County Public Schools are hiring, on July 20

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Posted at 3:56 PM, Jul 14, 2016
and last updated 2016-07-19 08:46:21-04

HENRICO, Va. — On July 20, candidates interested in working for  Henrico County Public Schools can meet with Human Resources.  The school system is seeking substitutes for teachers, clerical workers, nurses, school security personnel, alternative ed technicians and instructional assistants.

Interviews will be held Wednesday, July 20, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Eastern Henrico Government Center on 3820 Nine Mile Road.

Substitute teacher candidates must have a four-year college degree and be at least 19. Candidates for substitutes for clerical workers, school security staff members, alternative ed technicians and instructional assistants must have a high school diploma or GED. Substitutes for nurses must have a nursing degree (RN or LPN) and a current license, as well as CPR/AED and first aid certification cards.

Candidates for substitutes for clerical workers, school security staff members, alternative ed technicians and instructional assistants must have a high school diploma or GED. Substitutes for nurses must have a nursing degree (RN or LPN) and a current license, as well as CPR/AED and first aid certification cards.

Substitutes for nurses must have a nursing degree (RN or LPN) and a current license, as well as CPR/AED and first aid certification cards.

Applicants are encouraged to print and complete the application form for substitutes by going to henricoschools.us/careers and clicking on “All substitute positions.”

The form will also be available at the job fair. Along with the completed application, candidates should bring two signed reference letters to the job fair. Teacher candidates should bring transcripts showing degree and date awarded. Candidates for nurse substitutes should bring their license and certification cards.

“HCPS considers substitute employees a vital part of our professional staff,” said Adrienne Strother, human resources analyst. “Substitutes have the responsibility of providing continuity to the educational program during the absence of a regular employee. These are also perfect jobs for people with flexible schedules who want to earn extra money and who enjoy working with students.