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Socorro ISD hosting Job Fair seeking Bilingual/ESL, Special Education Certified Teachers

Socorro ISD is looking for Bilingual/ESL and Special Education certified teachers for all grade levels. Qualified applicants are invited to SISD’s Teacher Job Fair. In order to qualify, applicants must either have a Bilingual/ESL or Special Education certification.

Special Education teachers should have a generalist or content-specific certification in addition to their certification in special education. Applicants should bring their resume and be prepared for the opportunity to meet and interview with school principals.

The job openings at SISD schools are due to “growth and attrition in the district, offering great opportunities for prospective teachers.”  SISD officials add, “The district is seeking energetic, progressive, and compassionate teachers for this unique opportunity.”

Team SISD will expand its innovative WIN Academy to six more campuses next school year. Bilingual certified teachers will be hired for this non-traditional program to help students succeed academically.

What:             Job fair for Bilingual/ESL, Special Education certified teachers

Who:               SISD human resources staff, principals, qualified applicants

Where:           SISD District Service Center – 12440 Rojas Dr.

When:             Friday, March 11, 2016 – 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

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