Seguin ISD to host job fair
Posted on 4/5/2018 7:21:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Jobs will be up for grabs this afternoon in the Seguin ISD. The school district will be hosting its annual Job Fair at its central office located in Oak Park Mall.

Sean Hoffmann, the executive director of community relations, says the Seguin ISD will be looking to fill vacancies throughout the district and encourages those seeking employment to stop by today from 3 to 5 p.m.

"So we welcome anybody who is interested in learning more about job opportunities and careers at Seguin ISD to come with an updated resume, dress up a little bit and what we will have (are) principal(s) from our campuses representing their respective campuses as well as department heads -- from maintenance and food service and transportation. We would encourage anybody who comes in to apply. We'll have computers available so that attendees can apply online," said Hoffmann.

Hoffmann says the school district's job fair is very interactive giving people the chance to check out a future with the district now or in the future. Positions currently available include all levels of certified classroom teachers, bus drivers, custodians, food service, clerical, technical and para-professionals.

"Essentially, we're looking at openings for the 2018-2019 school year which we always have teacher positions that may come open. We also have positions in food service and transportation and grounds. You know they usually open up through attrition over the summer. We also remind folks that if they can't come for any reason, but they are interested in applying at Seguin ISD, they can always go to our website. They can always check and continuously check to see what jobs are open and available and again, they can apply online at anytime for those positions," said Hoffmann.

The Seguin ISD Job Fair will be held today from 3 to 5p.m. at the Seguin ISD Administrative Building located at Oak Park Mall. Oak Park Mall is located at 1221 E. Kingsbury St. To apply online visit www.tinyurl.com/SeguinISDJobs.
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