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Thank you for your interest in working for Asheboro City Schools. The North Carolina School Jobs Board powered by Teacher Match, provides a streamlined and user friendly process when applying for positions. You may access the entire job board by clicking here, or click on the specific vacancy below.

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We invite you to complete an application today. If you have questions or need support with the application process, please call (855) 980-0511. Also, this link (How to Apply) may provide additional help.

Classified (Non-Licensed) Vacancies

Date Available

Position

Location

Open
(part-time; M-F, approx. 2-6pm) 
Balfour Elementary School
Chris Tuft, principal 
Open 
(part-time; requires two-year Early Childhood degree)
 
Early Childhood Development Center
Holly White, coordinator 
Open 
(part-time; M-F, approx. 2-6pm) 
Lindley Park Elementary School
Nikki Domally, principal 

On-Going

Bus Driver

Open 
Instructional Assistant - Exceptional Children  (temporary, part-time; 12noon - 3:30pm M-F) 
 
South Asheboro Middle School
Ron Dixon, principal 
Open
 
Central Office
Sandra Spivey, Finance Officer
 

On-Going

Substitute

Contact Debora Ritter

 

For Food Services Vacancies, please contact

Leslie Simmonds, Director of Food Services, Sodexo

Asheboro City Schools is committed to diversity and equity, and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will recieve consideration for employment and not experience discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, physical or other disability. We strive for a qualified workforce that represents the diversity of our community.  

Asheboro City Schools believes our staff are critical for helping the district reach our goals of increasing student achievement, equity and excellence, and overall district effectiveness. Therefore, each staff member is expected to foster a culture of respect, continuously self-reflect and engage in professional learning, promote equity and strive for excellence for all within their specific position or role. 

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