Employment Opportunities

                                   PROFESSIONAL VACANCIES

Title: Curriculum Coaches
Location: Middle & High School 
Salary: $64,613- $74,613

Advertisement period: 3/18/2019 - 4/1/2019


  • Valid South Carolina Teaching Certificate with endorsement in a Secondary core subject area. Also prefer secondary administrative certification.

  • Master’s degree is required.

  • Minimum of five years successful teaching experience.

  • Outstanding communication skills.



  • Possesses a thorough knowledge of curriculum and instruction

  • Serves on the school leadership team

  • Works directly with teachers to support instruction in all core areas to improve best practices by modeling lessons and strategies, coaching teachers with pre and post sessions, helping to diagnose student and teacher needs, assisting with creation of common assessments, and determining their outcomes and next steps

  • Works with colleagues in an atmosphere of trust and teambuilding

  • Facilitates professional development

  • Monitors lesson plans to ensure that all phases of the planning process are followed

  • Interacts with the whole school community to build positive relationships

  • Assists with the School/District Renewal Plan

  • Accepts the role of school improvement facilitator

  • Encourages teachers to use proven methods and materials where appropriate for improving instruction for all students

  • Helps plan and implement new programs and procedures

  • Supports the administration and teachers by performing related duties as required

Interested applicants should contact Kateland Poston at 843-436-7146 or KTPoston@gcsd.k12.sc.us.
TITLE: Art Teacher
LOCATION: Waccamaw Middle School
SALARY: Please see teacher salary scale for degree and years of experience.
​Must be SC Certified in Art.

Any interested applicants should contact Kateland Poston at KTPoston@gcsd.k12.sc.us or 843-436-7146.
TITLE: Middle Level Math Teacher
LOCATION: Waccamaw Middle School
Salary: Please see teacher salary scale for degree and years of experience.
Must be SC Certified in Middle Level Math

Any interested applicants should contact Kateland Poston at KTPoston@gcsd.k12.sc.us or 843-436-7146.
TITLE: Science Teacher  
SALARY: Please see teacher salary scale for degree and years of experience.
Must be SC Certified in Science

Any interested applicants should contact Kateland Poston at KTPoston@gcsd.k12.sc.us or 843-436-7146.
TITLE: Middle Level Teacher 
LOCATION: Howard Optional 
SALARY: Please see teacher salary scale for degree and years of experience.
Must be SC certified in English Language Arts, Math, Science or Social Studies

Any interested applicants should contact Kateland Poston at KTPoston@gcsd.k12.sc.us or 843-436-7146.

Interested applicants should email Kateland Poston at KTPoston@gcsd.k12.sc.us or call at 843-436-7146.

TITLE: Multi Cat. Special Education Teacher 
SALARY: Please see the teacher salary scale for Degree and Years of Experience 
LOCATION: Browns Ferry Elementary School 
Must be SC Certified in Special Ed. Multi Cat.

Interested applicants should contact Kateland Poston at 843-436-7146 or KTPoston@gcsd.k12.sc.us

                                  CLASSIFIED VACANCIES

Job Title: Hardware System Specialist (240 Days)
Location: District Office/IT Dept.

Advertisement Period:  March 18, 2019 - March 29, 2019 at 12 PM.

Salary: $32,278 - $55,046


  • Minimum of an associate's degree in the computer sciences or related fields with A+ &/or NET+ Certifications &/or equivalent experience.

  • Must be experienced in computer hardware maintenance and in performing repairs on printers and peripherals.

  • Strong trouble-shooting and problem solving skills and the ability to stay calm in stressful situations. This includes the ability to work with people who have a wide variety of skill levels in technology.

  • Experience working in a school setting is preferred.


  • Possess willingness to learn and obtain other skills as needed to support WAN's/LAN's.

  • Possess health, energy and willingness to perform efficiently with minimal oversight, provide feedback on the assigned tasks performed as well as be able to multitask.

  • Relates to students and staff in a positive manner to support the technology program.

  • Able to perform routine computer maintenance and software support.

  • Self-starter who works well within a team.

  • Position provides computer technical support at various District locations.

  • Install, configure, maintain and trouble-shoot hardware, software and other technology related systems. LAN's and their component sub-systems for data, voice and premise wiring will also be a part of overall responsibilities.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills including good business etiquette using email and phone skills and responds in a timely manner with a strong attention to detail.

Interested applicants should contact Kateland Poston at 843-436-7146 or KTPoston@gcsd.k12.sc.us

Supplemental Vacancies

Varsity Softball Coach
Carvers Bay High School

Interested applicants should contact Jeff Mezzatesta at JMezzatesta@gcsd.k12.sc.us or 843-558-6920.

Varsity Cheerleading Coach
Andrews High School
Interested applicants should contact Roland Clemons, Scott Durham or Jim Rowell at 843-264-3414.

Assistant Softball Coach
Location: Carvers Bay High School

Please contact Jeff Mezzatesta at Carvers Bay High School at 843-558-6920 or JMezzatesta@gcsd.k12.sc.us  if you're interested.


Coastal Montessori Charter School

Position Available: Lead Teacher (Grades 1-3, 4-6 or 7-8)
2019-2020 School Year
Monday - Friday, 7:30 - 3:30
Salary: $32,500+ depending on credentials and experience

• Current South Carolina Elementary Education or Middle Level teaching credential or current Elementary Education or Middle Level teaching credential from another state.
• Montessori teaching credential preferred (AMS/AMI preferred)
• Experience teaching 1st - 8th grade students is preferred

Lead Teacher Responsibilities:
• High emotional, social, and academic expectations for all learners.
• The ability to prepare the environment and change the environment to meet the needs of your learners.
• Sound professional judgment.
• Excellent instructional delivery strategies.
• The ability to memorize the 2000+ Montessori key lessons and incorporate the language and expectations of the SC state standards into your daily expectations.
• Knowledge and understanding of relevant background knowledge related to both the Montessori curriculum and the SC state standards.
• The ability to differentiate instruction for all of your learners.
• Strong written and oral communication skills.
• The ability to work closely with your teaching team and the director of the school.
• Flexibility
• The ability to communicate often and professionally with staff and parents.
• Yearly participation in relevant professional development activities with staff as well as formal professional development for certification requirements.
• Attendance at 75% of PTO events and 75% of Parent Education events.
• Regular attendance at staff meetings and curriculum/literary meetings.

Please email a letter of intent, resume, and three references with phone numbers to CHennecy@coastalmontessoricharter.org.

Position Available: Director of Coastal Montessori Charter School
Start Date: 6/24/2019
240 Day Agreement

1. Required Qualifications:
• Master’s Degree in a related field, preferably from an accredited program/school with a major in
educational administration
• A valid South Carolina teaching certificate in Elementary Administration or similar license from
another state
• Knowledge of, and experience with, charter school regulations, standards, and laws

2. Preferred Qualifications:
• 3 years’ experience and/or training as a principal or school administrator
• 7 years’ experience in a school environment, preferably elementary or middle school
• Montessori experience and credentials (preferably from an AMI or AMS accredited program)
• Experience in multi-age, elementary educational setting

Position Responsibilities:
1. Operational Duties
• Serves as chief administrative and supervisory official of the school, responsible for planning,
implementation and supervision of school activities
• Oversees all issues concerning the school as a whole and acts as a facilitator of communication
among parents, teachers, other staff, and the community
• Ensures compliance with all applicable local, state, and federal regulations (e.g., FERPA) and
laws governing public charter schools in South Carolina, including, but not limited to,
preparation of all reports, records, lists and all other paperwork required or appropriate for the
school’s administration
• Ensures the Montessori philosophy, program, curriculum, and environment are maintained,
ensures compliance with CMCS’s charter, and helps to prepare and submit CMCS’s charter for
• Develops the school’s budget for approval by the Board, monitors revenues and expenditures
against approved budget, dealing with any issues that arise in a timely manner
• Helps to identify and recommend additional revenue sources for the school, including, but not
limited to grants, fundraising, or other opportunities and assists in planning and execution of the
• Facilitates the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of all programs intended
to deliver a shared vision of excellence in teaching and learning, firmly grounded in Montessori
• Acts as 504 (special-services --LEA) coordinator, oversees IEPs, and homebound administration,
ensuring compliance with IDEA and all governing laws and reporting requirements
• Serves as the state testing coordinator for the school
• Coordinates school operations and functions with Georgetown County School District (GCSD)
where necessary
• Supervises adherence to GCSD Crisis Plan
• Remains informed of legislation, and other developments, that may affect CMCS management,
operation and policy, and informs the Board accordingly, and/or implements the necessary
2. Staff/Employee Management
• Adheres to applicable state law and CMCS policies regarding human resources
• Acquires talent in accordance with charter and state requirements governing teacher licensure
and Montessori certification
• Maintains accurate employee records and all related documentation as required by state law
and charter policies
• Oversees teacher and staff development, licensure, certification, and re-certification
• Provides on-going performance feedback, coaching, and ensures that annual performance
reviews of staff, SLO goal progress, and annual employment agreements are up to date
• Ensures the annual re-appointment process of staff is completed in a timely way and within
• Makes ‘effective recommendations’ to the Board or its appointed representative with respect to
employee/staff hiring, firing, promoting, disciplining, and other actions which impact an
individual’s or a group’s compensation
• Develops and supervises appropriate evaluation materials for the charter school
• Helps to ensure a positive school climate among staff
3. Board Relations & Reporting Requirements:
• Recommends annual goals to the Board in keeping with both all relevant Strategic Plans and/or
Documents the School operates under and assists the Board in reviewing and revising these
• Presents an annual budget to the Board for its consideration and approval
• Ensures thorough and timely implementation and compliance with CMCS Board policies
• Reports to the Board regularly on the status of all school operations, and immediately on
matters which may become an issue for parents, our authoritative bodies, and/or the
• Assists with the development of policies and contracts for Board approval and long range
operational planning for CMCS
4. Community Liaison
• Champions the cause of public Montessori education and advocates on behalf of the School’s
students within the school and in the community
• Acts as a liaison and a collaborative leadership figure to students, families/parents, the PTO, and
the community
• Establishes and maintains a cooperative relationship with GCSD and other GCSD schools
• Serves as contact to Public Charter School Alliance of South Carolina, DPI, and US Department of
• Enlists the support of volunteer and others in the community to help accomplish the goal of
creating an environment that fosters the success of all students by reaching out and building
strong partnerships with the community
5. Student Recruitment and Retention
• Develops, supervises, and helps to implement a comprehensive and effective recruitment and
retention plan
• Demonstrates a firm commitment to recruiting a racially and socioeconomically diverse student
• Ensures compliance with all applicable laws and regulations and CMCS policies as related to
student recruitment, enrollment, and retention

A review of applications will begin on February 22, 2019. All applications received by this date will be
reviewed. Those received after this date may be reviewed as needed. Applications will be received until
the CMCS Board has sufficient qualified and viable candidates for interview and hire.
For consideration, please provide the following as attachments to CoastalMontessoriBoard@gmail.com:

1) Cover Letter addressed to CMCS Board
2) Resume or C.V.
3) Three (3) professional references and last or current last supervisor (If there is an issue with
contacting your current supervisor/Board, please so state and explain the reason or reasons)
4) Two Letters of Reference
5) Salary expectations

If you have questions about the position, school, or the application process, please send an email to


 POSITION AVAILABLE: One (1) Full-Time Band/Music and Movement Teacher

(grades 1 – 8)

Hours: 7:30 – 3:30, Monday - Friday

Salary: $32,500+ depending on credentials and experience

For the 2019 – 2020 school year

Start Date: August 15, 2019 or Until Filled

The Ideal Band/Music and Movement Teacher Will Possess:

    • Teaching certification in Band or Music Education, preferably in South Carolina.

    • Experience teaching Band/Music Education in an elementary/middle school.

    • Knowledge of South Carolina Band and Music standards and how to apply them in an elementary/middle school environment.

    • Ability to play and be able to teach students to play multiple instruments, including but not limited to brass, woodwinds, and percussion.

    • A positive attitude with the ability to motivate students to get and stay engaged in their learning.

    • A love of children and a passion for music.

    • Ability to plan and implement an engaging and interactive Band/Music Education program to include cross-curricular and multi-cultural elements that focus on the elements of band and music as well as movement and drama.

    • Experience with a wide range of music and the skillset to present age appropriate skill-based lessons.

    • Knowledge of local, state, and national opportunities for students to present their music.

    • Comfort with technology and the ability to appropriately use technology to support engaging lessons.

    • Upstanding character and the ability to model and uphold high social, emotional, and academic expectations.


    Create long-range plans based on a review of state curriculum standards in both Band and Music Education, student interests and Montessori curriculum guidelines.

        • Sequence content and activities appropriately.

        • Manage, organize, and distribute materials and equipment effectively and efficiently.

        • The ability to work productively as an independent as well as collaboratively.

        • A desire to learn the Montessori methodology and approach to education.

            Interested prospects should email the following items to Dr. Chip Hennecy at:


            • • Your resume
            • • A letter of intent
            • • Three references with contact phone numbers

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