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The St Louis School District anticipates more than 350 teaching vacancies for the 2013-2014 academic school year. They're looking for teachers  in all subject areas,  pre-school through grade 12. 

So they're holding a job fair this Saturday for only two hours --from eight until ten am and then will begin conducting interviews until  3:15. 

The job fair and interview will be at the Gateway Complex at 1200 N. Jefferson.

To become a SLPS teacher, candidates will need a Bachelor’s Degree or higher and Missouri Certification or Proof of Eligibility for Certification. Applicants attending the Job Fair are encouraged to bring multiple copies of their resume, certification, and/or passing Praxis scores. 

“The District anticipates more than 350 teaching vacancies for the 2013-2014 academic school year. We have been proactively and aggressively seeking the best and brightest teachers throughout various mid-western and southern states. The Human Resources Division is poised to have every classroom staffed with a highly qualified and certified teacher for the children of our district,” said Dr. James L. Henderson, Chief Human Resources Officer for St. Louis Public Schools. 

Pre-Registration for the Job Fair is requested and can be done online by visiting www.slps.org/hiringfair. For more information regarding the Fair and/or teaching positions, please contact the St. Louis Public School District’s Human Resources Division at (314) 345-2295. 

For certificated teachers who are unable to attend the Job Fair, but are interested in obtaining a teaching position, applications are being accepted online by visiting www.slps.org/careers. 

For more information regarding this release, please contact the St. Louis Public School District’s Office of Public Information at (314) 345-2227. 

 
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