Robertson County Schools Seeks Bus Drivers & Teachers: Apply Now..

Robertson County Schools Seeks Bus Drivers & Teachers: Apply Now..

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Robertson County Schools Job Opportunities

ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – We believe there is no profession with a greater purpose than ours. We understand our responsibilities are complex. We develop minds and character. We inspire those in our care to think, to question, and to imagine a life better than the present. We recognize there is a ripple effect within our work: well-rounded, educated students lead to improved communities, a stronger nation, and an informed society.

Bus Drivers
Hourly Rate: $18.00 Minimum of twenty hours per week guaranteed.
Five Paid Holidays Per Year.
Off on Weekends & Holidays
District Provides Training for CDL License. Apply online – Click Here

Special Education Teachers
Pay: Commiserate with level of education and years of experience on the district certified salary scale.

Benefits: State Medical Insurance Group Plan with BCBS or CIGNA; Employee pays 10% of monthly premium.

100% Dental Insurance Premium provided for Employee; Family Dental also available.

Apply online – Click Here

Substitute Teachers
Pay Rate: $55.00 a day for Substitutes with a High School Diploma or GED
$65.00 a day for Substitutes with a Bachelor’s Degree or Higher
$75.00 a day for Substitutes with an Active Tennessee Teaching License

Apply from website:
• Go to rcstn.net homepage. Click Here
• Click on: Departments/Human Resources/Classified Personnel/Substitute In-Service.
• The application and instructions may be printed from this site. Click Here

Applications may also be obtained from the office at any school or at the Robertson County Board of Education.

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  1. Russ White

    Isn’t $55 a day a little low to attract quality adults to be in a school with our kids? An adult with the right college degree can make more in one hour! And we try to attract bus drivers by offering them $360 a week while a properly licensed commercial driver driver will make $1,000 to $1,200 a week. Am I getting cynical, or is the world getting backwards?

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