Employment - Application Process and Instructions
Forsyth County Schools has implemented an online employment process. This more efficient process is the only way an applicant can apply for a position with Forsyth County Schools. Applications must be submitted online. No paper or printed applications will be accepted.
The online self-service application process will be available on your computer 24 hours a day and has a number of benefits for applicants. As an applicant, you will be able to:
Apply for one or more jobs
Submit application electronically
Attach resume, cover letter and other documents for consideration
Update and manage your application. For example, apply for a new job, update your address or attach additional documents.
Under the web-based system, all candidates must submit applications and resumes online to be considered for employment with Forsyth County Schools. Paper applications and applications submitted through the TeachGeorgia.org website will no longer be accepted.
Some special supporting documentation (i.e., references, official transcripts, consent forms, etc.) will be accepted in hard copy form, if indicated, as required documentation in the vacancy notice.
Accessing the Online Job Application:
1.First-time users: Click "Apply" on the position for which you wish to apply and enter a new application.
2.Returning users: Click "Log in here" to access your job application to update your current information or apply for new positions.
Please note: Even if you have filled out a paper application previously, you are still a first-time user for the new online application. Only after you submit an online application using this new system should you log in as a returning user.
For assistance with, or questions about, the online application please call Amanda Neighbours in Human Resources at 770.887.2461 x 202143 or email at email@example.com. You may also visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for answers to common questions regarding the application.
Have questions about the application?
Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities with
Forsyth County Schools.
The Forsyth County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, or sex in its employment practices, student programs, and dealings with the public.