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Instruction at MPCS is rigorous, rich, and diverse, provided by instructors who are highly qualified and intensely focused on the well-being of each and every student. MPCS allows each student the opportunity to graduate in such a manner that allows him or her admission to any college or university that matches both interests and abilities. MPCS provides a wide range of extra-curricular activities as well, ranging from athletics to clubs to performing arts. This allows each MPCS student to wholly grow.

MPCS is always interested in receiving applications and information regarding qualified, experienced teachers, office staff, and other support staff. Minimum requirements for a teaching position at MPCS are a Bachelor's Degree in the appropriate subject area and/or educational level, a valid Georgia teaching certificate for PK through eighth grade (eligibility for a Georgia teaching certificate will be considered), and a strong desire to teach in an environment such as MPCS provides.

 

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Hiring Guidelines

All applicants must complete an employment application. MPCS may also require a résumé, certification, and letters of reference, depending on the position being sought. An employment application must be completed before an applicant is considered a candidate.

Following MPCS’s review of all completed applications, the administration will interview the most qualified candidates. Those candidates who do not meet the employment requirements for whatever reason will remain classified as applicants for two years.

MPCS will make conditional offers of employment to the candidate(s) selected during the interview process. The job offer is contingent on the employee’s signing of the MPCS employment contract, consenting and passing all necessary background and reference checks, as well as any other conditions that should be met before the candidate may consider themselves an MPCS employee.

Following an acceptance of an offer of employment, all new employees will be contacted by the human resources department to set up a time to complete paperwork and to complete a Urinary Drug Screen (UDS) before their employment begins. Human resources will also provide the date and time for orientation. During orientation, the new employee will be given workplace rules, policies, and other information regarding their position.

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Employee Data Verification

MPCS will require the completion of an Employment Verification Form (commonly known as I-9) within three days of employment, as required by law. This form will be provided to each new employee upon the day of hire or as soon as possible thereafter. Failure to provide acceptable verification will render any offer of employment void.

It is the policy of MPCS to conduct a background check and a drug test on all new employees. Each employee may subsequently have a background check performed every five years thereafter. Included in this screening will be evidence of any criminal offense, including any arrest or conviction for any offense other than a minor traffic offense. MPCS will independently verify such information as a condition of employment. 

MPCS will not employ anyone who has been convicted of a crime punishable as a felony. MPCS generally will not employ anyone who has been convicted of a crime punishable as a misdemeanor other than a minor traffic violation. 

It is a condition of continued employment that any MPCS employee reports immediately his/her arrest, indictment, and/or conviction for any offense other than minor traffic violations. Any such violations must be reported, in writing, to both the head of school and human resources director within one calendar day of such arrest, indictment, and/or conviction. Likewise, all employees must report any investigations to the head of school and human resources director that are ongoing. Failure to report said arrest, indictment, and/or conviction may result in immediate termination of employment. Any employee convicted of a DWI, DUI, or public intoxication while employed at MPCS will be immediately terminated.

Online Employment Applications

Mount Paran Christian School is an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to a policy of non-discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, age, sex, and national origin. Please select the appropriate application from the following list.

ALL applicants must also complete the Pinkerton Authorization and Release form.

Human Resources

Completed applications and resumes with all required information may also be mailed to

Jodee Foster, Human Resources
Mount Paran Christian School
1275 Stanley Road
Kennesaw, GA 30152

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