Employment Opportunities

 

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The Wayne County School System is accepting applications for an elementary music teacher.  Applicants must hold a valid Tennessee teaching license with an endorsement in K-12 music.  Applications may be obtained from the Central Office or by visiting www.waynetn.net.  Applications are to be submitted to the office of the superintendent through Wednesday, May 25, 2022, or until the position is filled.

 

 

Posted Friday, May 20, 2022

 

Wayne County Board of Education

419 South Main Street

Waynesboro, Tn. 38485

 

 

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The Wayne County Board of Education is now accepting applications for the position of school psychologist. The duties of this position include performing diagnostic and psychological testing, providing guidance for RTI for special education referrals and intervention, and other duties as assigned. Applicants must hold at a minimum a valid Tennessee license in school psychology.

Applications may be obtained from the Central Office or online at http://waynetn.net and submitted to the office of the superintendent through Monday, April 18, 2022, or until the position is filled. 
Teachers within the school system may use a request for transfer. 
Posted Monday, April 11, 2022 

 

 

 

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The Wayne County School System is accepting applications for Speech/Language teacher or 
Speech/Language pathologist for Wayne County Schools. Applications may be submitted to the office of the superintendent through April 18, 2022, or until the position is filled. 

Teachers within the school system may use a request for transfer. 
Posted April 11, 2022 

 

In order to obtain certification as a Speech/Language Pathologist, a candidate must complete a Master of Science degree program in Speech/Language Pathology which consists of approximately 53 credit hours and a practicum. Certain course prerequisites are typically required by the university before a candidate can be admitted into a program. For additional information please contact Dr. Kristy Prince at the Central Office. 

 

 

 

 

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The Wayne County School System is accepting applications for a teaching position at Collinwood High School.  Applicants must hold a valid Tennessee teaching license with a secondary endorsement (grades 7-12).  Coaching duties will be assigned with this position.  Applications may be obtained from the Central Office or by visiting the website at www.waynetn.net, and submitted to the office of the superintendent through February 9, 2022, or until the position is filled.

 

Teachers within the school system may use a request for transfer.

 

 

 

Posted February 2, 2022

 

 

 

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The Wayne County School System is accepting applications for teaching positions at the High School level.  Applicants must hold a valid Tennessee teaching license with an endorsement in Math (secondary grades).  Applications may be obtained from the Central Office or by visiting the website at www.waynetn.net and submitted to the office of the superintendent through July 30, 2020, or until the position is filled.

 

 

 

Teachers within the school system may use a request for transfer.

 

 

 

Posted July 23, 2020

 

 

 


 


 

 

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The Wayne County School System is accepting applications for a School Nurse. Applicants must hold a valid Tennessee Nursing License as an LPN or RN. CPR certification will be required. Applications may be obtained from the Central Office or system website at www.waynetn.net . Applications will be received at the office of the superintendent until the position is filled.

 

 

Posted August 25, 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office is seeking applicants for 8 School resource officer positions with the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office, Pending County Commission approval. The SRO’s will be full-time deputies and will interact with the Wayne County school administration, faculty, and students.

 

Please go to http://www.waynetnso.com/apply-here.php or stop in and pick up an application.

 

PATROL DEPUTY / SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER - WAYNE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE

 

Position Summary 

 

Responsible law enforcement work providing educational and law enforcement

 

liaison services to the local school system and maintaining the safety and security of commercial

 

businesses and private residences for the citizens of Wayne County. Activities associated with

 

this classification primarily involves; providing security and routine patrols of school facilities,

 

interacting with students, faculty and parents while school is in session and during special events,

 

and providing educational sessions on law enforcement, the dangers of illegal drugs, etc. to

 

school children. When school is not in session, deputies are responsible for the routine patrol duties.

 

Job responsibilities require specialized training in law enforcement curriculum intended for school children, experience in law enforcement, strong organizational, interpersonal and decision-making skills and sufficient strength and agility to perform the physically demanding aspects of the job in a variety of

 

weather conditions. Performance is evaluated by the Sheriff through review of the success of security and intervention activities performed for the school system, analysis of crime prevention and apprehension activities, ability to interact successfully with citizens, teachers, students, and other law enforcement/emergency personnel and expertise in related law enforcement and criminal apprehension disciplines.

 

 

 

Minimum Qualifications 
Graduation from an accredited high school or possess GED at the time of application, minimum age of 21. Must be of high moral character. Discharged under honorable conditions from Armed Forces, if applicable. Will be screened for misdemeanor/felony record. (Must not have been convicted of or pleaded guilty to, or entered a plea of no contest to any felony charge or to any violation of federal or state laws or city ordinances relating to force, violence, theft, dishonesty, gambling, liquor or controlled substances. Complete 40 hours School Resource Officer training. Attend and successfully complete a State of Tennessee Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) approved basic police training academy, or otherwise meet minimum certification requirements of the P.O.S.T. Commission. (PROOF OF EDUCATION IS REQUIRED).

 

Special Requirements

 

1.       Must be willing to work various shifts, holidays, and weekends.

 

2.       Must be able to pass a physical ability test upon satisfying initial minimum qualifications.

 

3.       Must be able to pass a written examination.

 

4.       Must submit to and be able to successfully complete a comprehensive background investigation.

 

5.       After receiving a contingent offer of employment, must be able to pass diagnostic and medical evaluation, and be subject to testing for substance abuse.

 

6.       Must reside in Wayne County within one year of employment and must remain a resident of Wayne County.

 

7.       Must be a US Citizen at the time of application.

 




 

Duties and Responsibilities

 

1.       Patrol assigned school.

 

2.       Be the liaison between assigned school and Sheriff’s Office.

 

3.       Support school safety program.

 

4.       Executes and returns process orders of the courts of record.

 

5.       Aids and attends the courts as assigned.

 

6.       Takes charge of custody of prisoners in the County Jail.

 

7.       Serves, executes, and processes legally issued writs.

 

8.       Makes initial investigations in response to dispatched calls for service.

 

9.       Reviews and polices high accident locations and gives citations to violators.

 

10.   Performs all other related duties as assigned to fulfill the requirements placed upon the office of Sheriff by the Legislature of the State of Tennessee.

 

11.   Performs related responsibilities as required or directed.

 




 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

 

1.       Knowledge of the rules and regulations applicable.

 

2.       Knowledge of traffic safety, or the use, care and operation of the patrol vehicle under all conditions; and of the use and care of firearms and police liability.

 

3.       Ability to master thorough on-the-job training during the first years of services.

 

4.       Ability to deal with the public with courtesy and tact.

 

5.       Ability to exercise good judgment and independent decision making.

 

6.       Ability to use self-defense techniques.

 




 

Wayne County Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, sex, national origin or handicap status

 

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