The Columbia County School district accepts applications online. All applicants must create an account on the system to apply for jobs posted.
When you visit the site, click the link "Click to view current job openings". Once there, click the box next to the job(s) you wish to apply for. Then click "Apply for selected positions". This will take you to the page for you to create your user account. Once you've created your account, you can log-in to apply for future postings.
CURRENT DISTRICT EMPLOYEES: You will need to create an account in Fast Track to apply for positions. You should access Fast Track thru your SkyWard account. Log on to SkyWard, then click the tab "Fast Track Open Positions". You must enter Fast Track through SkyWard in order to see or apply for Internal Only postings
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Attention all teacher candidates:
Attention all teacher candidates: grade level positions as shown on postings is NOT guaranteed. Principals have flexibility in teacher assignments and will discuss this during the interview process.
partnered with ESS to manage our substitute program. If you’re interested in
working as a substitute for our district, please visit www.ESS.jobs to apply or
call 877.983.2244 for more information.
About Columbia County
Columbia County is nestled in the heart of north-central Florida, offering an ideal blend of tropical weather with more northern scenery. Set in a gently rolling landscape, Columbia County features many rivers, creeks, ponds, and lakes. Interstates 10 and 75 provide easy access from anywhere: north, south, east, or west. With Gainesville 40 miles to our south, Jacksonville 60 miles to our east, and Tallahassee 100 miles to our west, Columbia County is centrally located to a multitude of events and activities.
Central to the area’s economy is the Columbia County School System, the largest community employer, with each employee playing a vital role in providing quality education.
Our schools remain the main emphasis for our community. There are 14 school sites within the Columbia County School System in grades PreK-12. There are nine elementary schools, two middle schools, and two high schools, including Fort White High, which has grades 6-12. Additionally, Pathways Academy is our alternative education site for grades K-12. Evening and adult classes are available to those wishing to advance their educational levels. All schools maintain high scholastic and academic standards as evidenced by the District holding district-wide accreditation from The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
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