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Looking to work in a school division where you can make a real impact on students’ lives and receive incredible professional growth opportunities? Then look no further. 

Albemarle County Public Schools is committed to providing all students the opportunity to learn from talented, diverse teachers who represent the many cultures and experiences of our community. We seek to hire educators and support staff who demonstrate the ability to work with culturally-diverse students, and who see themselves as lifelong learners – always wanting to learn new things to best meet the ever-changing needs of our students.


In Albemarle County Public Schools, we work together as a team to end the predictive value of race, class, gender, and special capacities for children’s success through high-quality teaching and learning for all. We seek to build relationships with families and communities to ensure that every student succeeds.

We are the first public school division in Virginia, and among the first in the country, to develop and implement an Anti-Racism policy with the expressed purpose of building school communities that share the responsibility to recognize and end racism, eliminate inequitable practices that result in achievement gaps, and support the unique gifts, talents, and interests of every child.Be sure to check out our website to learn more about our Division and our Schools

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The Human Resources Department is a team of 20+ that will support over 2500 school division employees. While the department currently serves both the Albemarle County Public Schools and the Albemarle County Government, we are undergoing a restructuring that will separate the two entities. Our new Director of Human Resources will play a key role in that redesign as we research, analyze and implement structures, policies, and practices to best meet our stakeholders’ needs.

The mission of Meriwether Lewis Elementary is to inspire and develop a community of critical and creative thinkers, responsible global citizens, and lifelong learners.  An integral part of our curriculum is dedicated to advancing the physical education, technology, and the character of our students through a maker/project-based and french world language learning approach. Our faculty and staff is committed to each child, providing a community in which that child can thrive and become a lifelong learner who contributes in ways that make our world a better place.

Western Albemarle High School (WAHS), home of the Warriors, has a strong tradition of excellence. Located in the Western Feeder Pattern of Albemarle County Public Schools, Western Albemarle is a comprehensive high school offering students the opportunity to excel in academics as well as extracurricular activities. Focusing on student empowerment, WAHS is focused on providing a range of opportunities for students to genuinely impact school policies and become involved in local, state and national issues. Examples of this include the work students did petitioning the school board and General Assembly for additional mental health resources; the creation of school equity teams; and class projects in which students explored school issues such as increasing opportunities in the fine arts and presenting possible solutions to stakeholders. Western Albemarle High School houses the School Division's Environmental Sciences Academy. 

We’re looking for effective and energetic educators who believe that all students can learn, excel, and own their future. Apply today for anticipated full and part-time positions in all subjects and grades for the 2021-22 School year!

Looking to teach in a district where you can make a real impact on students’ lives and receive incredible professional growth opportunities? Then look no further. 

Albemarle County Public Schools is committed to providing all students the opportunity to learn from talented, diverse teachers who represent the many cultures and experiences of our community. We seek to hire educators who demonstrate the ability to work with culturally diverse students, and who see themselves as lifelong learners – always willing to learn new things to best meet the ever-changing needs of our students.

Who We’re Looking For

Our ideal candidates are: 

  • Innovative, self-reflective, collaborative, and knowledgeable in their content and instructional practices and is a lifelong learner
  • Passionate about closing equity and achievement gaps
  • Prepared to engage with our Culturally Responsive Teaching model in support of our Equity Mission Statement

 

Why Teach in Our Schools

Here are just a few reasons why both new and experienced educators choose to join our team:

  • Strong instructional support and mentoring from our building administrators, instructional coaches, learning technology integrators, diversity resource teachers, and equity specialists. 
  • A wide range of professional development opportunities, including our New Teacher Academy and many other learning experiences for new and veteran teachers
  • Competitive pay and benefits, including health & dental coverage, retirement, flexible spending accounts, paid time off, our BeWell program, discounts on gym memberships, and more. 
  • The ability to work in a close-knit, supportive community where you can continue to grow as a professional. 

Human Resources
401 McIntire Road
Charlottesville, VA 22902
434-296-5827
FAX: 434-296-5828