Employment in Harnett County Schools
Harnett County School's Human Resources Department is deeply committed to recruit, retain and train highly qualified personnel
in order to maximize student performance at all grade levels.
We appreciate you taking the time to browse our website and learn more about our department. We are available to answer questions that you may have about working in our district. Please use the links below to navigate through the employment section. All applicants should apply online. If you have questions, concerns, or issues submitting your application, please contact us, our contact information is listed below. Thank you for your interest in Harnett County Schools!
Harnett County Educator Job Fair
Triton High School
April 21, 2017
11:00-1:00pm Classified Candidates
1:00-3:00 pm Lateral Entry Candidates
4:00 pm to 6:00 pm Certified Teachers
Harnett County Schools is excited to announce the 2017 Job Fair for educators. Harnett County is a fast growing and progressive school system. We invite you to come and explore the teaching opportunities that await you in our school district, located in within an hour of North Carolina’s capital city of Raleigh, the globally recognized Research Triangle Park and the US Army’s largest installment, Fort Bragg.
Harnett County Schools 2017 Educator Job Fair is scheduled for Friday, April 21st from at Triton High School (215 Maynard Road Erwin, NC). Candidates will have the opportunity to meet administrators and learn more about Harnett County.
Candidates should submit an online application at https://www.applitrack.com/harnett/onlineapp/ prior to April 21st. Please note that all teacher candidates are welcome at this event. Pre-registration for this event is preferred, but not required. Walk –ins on the day of the event are welcome. Please register at: Harnett County Job Fair 2017 .
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ATTENTION State of NC Retirees! If you accept a position in which you work more than 30 hours/week OR are a variable hour employee (such as a substitute teacher) and average working more than 30 hours/week, you are at risk of losing your retiree health insurance plan. You would be offered a plan with fewer benefits (such as a $5,000 deductible) than the plan you currently have. Please plan carefully so that you are not placed in this situation.