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Employment Application Procedures

The Public Schools of Robeson County has launched a new employment application system.

The new North Carolina School Jobs powered by Teacher Match, provides an innovative way to streamline the hiring process.

Applicants will experience an enhanced, user friendly system when applying for positions.

To apply for career opportunities, open the link below:

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A cover letter and resume are required.

You will now upload these items to your online portfolio, in addition to sending them by email.

*If you do not see a posting for the job(s) that you are interested in, please consider applying to the Generic Posting in the category for which you are interested (Generic – Licensed (positions that require a Professional Educator’s License), Classified, and Bus Driver). By doing this you make your application visible to our district.

Please continue to check the Public Schools of Robeson County Job Board for future employment opportunities.

We invite you to complete a new portfolio-application today!

If you have questions about Teacher Match or need support with the application process, please call (855)980-0511 or email applicants@teachermatch.org

For additional guidance, visit How to Apply Guide - Public Schools of Robeson County

English Language Learner Teacher-10 Months (5 Positions)

P.O. Box 2909
Lumberton, NC 28359
Phone: (910) 671-6000

DATE: Until filled


SALARY $3,500.00 - $5,130.00

WORK LOCATION: To Be Determined

OVERALL GOAL: To provide extended opportunities for the district to improve the
quality of the Language Instruction Educational Program (LIEP)


EMPLOYMENT: 10 months


• NC Teaching License in English as a Second Language
• Excellent communication skills (oral and written)
• Willingness to attend training (In-District and Out of District)
• Excellent leadership skills
• Willingness to plan and conduct staff development
• Proficient in technology skills
• Demonstrated expert knowledge of K-12 English Language Development Standard course of study


• Provides supplemental professional development for school ESL teachers through training sessions, observations, modeling, and coaching.
• Assists and supports school ESL teachers in development of formative assessments.
• Assists and supports in development of Title III plans as necessary.
• Supports school ESL teachers in improving the LIEP and supports training for classroom teachers in the area of English language acquisition.
• Explores school and district Limited English Proficient student data with ESL teachers to supplement planning for PLC discussions and more informed instructional decisions.
• Conducts a yearly district needs assessment in collaboration with Math, Science, ELA and AIG Coordinators.
• Works to improve and sustain a long-term professional growth framework that supports the implementation of services for English language learners in the district.
• Provide school ESL teachers with current research based best practices in the area of Second Language acquisition as well as corresponding literacy resources and materials.
• Attends and provides specialized leadership for district Professional Learning Communities.
• Collaborates with other district and school leaders to enhance targeted intervention support of English language learners.
• Works to extend and improve communication with parents and community in developing the district’s Title III Application.
• Attends district level Curriculum & Instruction meetings as needed.
• Stays current with professional literature, latest research, and best practices. Attends professional seminars, conventions, and other trainings to receive instruction in research-based. Second language acquisition strategies and how to work effectively with adult learners.
• Performs other appropriate duties as assigned by the supervisor.

Instructions to Applicants

1. The stated deadline will be strictly adhered to. All applications must be in the Human Resources Office of the Public Schools of Robeson County by 5:00 p.m. on the stated deadline date in order to be considered for the position.

2. New applicants should submit an On-Line Application and resume.

Active Applicants should inform us of their desire to be considered for this specific position.
Current Employees should submit resume/a written statement of their desire to be considered for this specific position.

Applications should be mailed, faxed, emailed, or hand-delivered to:
Human Resources
Public Schools of Robeson County
P.O. Drawer 2909
Lumberton, NC 28359
Telephone Number: (910) 671-6000 Fax: (910)370-9756

Email: collins.faulk@robeson.k12.nc.us

Public Schools of Robeson County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race religion, national origin, color, sex, age, veteran status, or disability. It is our intention that all qualified applications be given equal consideration.

Substitute Information

To be eligible to substitute teach with the Public Schools of Robeson County, you must:

1. Complete an effective teacher training or substitute teaching course and provide documentation (i.e. certificate) that shows that you successfully completed the course.


Option 1: Monday, June 8, 2020-Friday, June 26, 2020

Option 2: Monday, July 13, 2020-Friday, July 31, 2020

Please contact Julie Baxley @ RCC to register: (910)272-3671

2. Complete a substitute teacher application online.

3, Submit a copy of your high school diploma.

4. Complete the pre-employment screening process.

If you have any questions, please contact Brandi Hunt at (910) 671-6000 ext. 3221 or Mary Ledbetter-Nealy ext. 3222.

Effective Teacher Training

This is your only portal for becoming a substitute teacher with PSRC!

Beginning June 1, 2019 all new substitutes and teaching assistants at Public Schools of Robeson County are required to take this class through Robeson Community College. This class prepares individuals to prepare and present effective lesson plans; demonstrate student improvement of time on task; classroom management and time management skills. Class size is limited. For more information, call 910-272-3671.

Cost is $125.00

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