Primary School (Grades K-2 unless specified)
Kindergarten teacher (2 positions)
Intermediate School (Grades 3-5 unless specified)
Campus support staff (up to two full time positions, may be combination of full time/ part time)
Middle School (Grades 6-8 unless specified)
Math teacher, grades 6-8, Algebra I
Academic ServicesDyslexia Support Specialist (for school year 2021-2022; start date July 26, 2021)
Central AdministrationReceptionist (bilingual)Administrative Assistant
Non-Instructional Support PositionsStudent Nutrition CoordinatorStudent Nutrition Cafe ManagerStudent Nutrition Cafe Assistants (4)
SubstitutesSubstitute Teacher: positions available at all campuses. Email KHobgood@acaedu.net or email@example.com to apply.Substitute NurseSubstitute Cafe Server/Manager
After School Program - "Homework and Health"
No postings at this time
How do I apply for a job at ACA?
If you need assistance with your application please contact Greyden Barnett in Human Resources at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Applicants (Internal or External)
Apply using the ACA application provided at the link below. Once completed email your application to email@example.com.
DO NOT attempt to contact the hiring supervisors or email your application to them as this creates inequity in the hiring process and will cause your application to be removed from consideration to preserve and protect equity in hiring. An internal applicant is anyone already employed full-time with ACA. All others are external applicants.
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