Longview ISD is hosting its annual Recruitment Expo from 4 to 7 p.m. April 13 at the Education Support Center, 1301 E. Young St. The city’s second-largest employer, Longview ISD has posted a steady increase in enrollment over the last few years and is looking to fill more than 50 positions.
LISD Human Resources director Loretta Thompson Martin said the district is seeking certified and highly-qualified teachers in all subjects, including critical need areas like Math, Science, Spanish and Bilingual Education, as well as Social Studies, Reading, and Language Arts. Interested applicants are invited to share their resume with various campus principals, with some principals possibly conducting interviews, checking references and offering jobs right on the spot. They are hiring for elementary and secondary teachers, and professional positions across the district. Thompson-Martin invited job seekers to fill out an application online at lisd.org and bring the appropriate materials to the career expo: copies of their resume, transcripts, teaching certificates, and three letters of recommendation.
For more information call the LISD Human Resources Department at (903) 381-2200.