Bibb County Schools hosting virtual career fair

The Career Fair is Saturday, March 6th, to hire for various positions for the 2021-2022 school year.

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MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The Bibb County School District is hosting a Virtual Career Fair on Saturday, March 6th, to hire for various positions for the 2021-2022 school year.

The Bibb County Schools is looking to fill various positions at all grade levels with opportunities at 37 schools. There are also non-teaching positions available.

“We are searching for eager, qualified candidates who are ready to help our students excel as they re-enter the traditional learning environment,” said Melanique Floyd, Coordinator of Talent Management.

Floyd says the Bibb County School District offers a competitive salary and benefits package. She says new teachers will take part in a support program that includes a school-based mentor, a coach, and instructional support for the first two years of teaching. Each new teacher also receives a laptop, according to Floyd.

Interested candidates can visit for more information. Jobseekers can so view videos from different schools, view current job opens and register for Saturday’s event.

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