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Online job application now on KCSD website

Posted: February 2, 2012 3:32 p.m.
Updated: February 3, 2012 5:00 a.m.

Prospective employees interested in working for the Kershaw County School District (KCSD) may now submit their job applications using the online Applitrack system on the district’s website. 

“Previously, we have gotten applications for our certified positions from CERRA, the Center for Educator Recruitment, Retention and Advancement,” said Professional Development/Recruitment Director John Gardner. “By having people complete the application directly with us, we know that they are definitely interested in our school district.”

Gardner said another advantage of the new system is that applicants can apply for multiple types of positions by completing one application. “The system creates a unique application based upon the types of positions of interest as indicated by the applicant.”

He also said the new program will allow the school district to access a candidate’s information much more quickly and efficiently. “We no longer have to print applications in hard copy or send them to schools for consideration. It is all automated now. We are now able to work smarter as we serve the needs of the public.” 

All support documents such as employer references are loaded right into the new system. Gardner said the online system also allows a candidate to save information and return to it later so that an application does not have to be completed in just one session. The system emails the applicant when the application is complete and can send an email to schedule interviews.   

The site has a current listing of available jobs, both certified and non-certified which are updated regularly. To access the new online application, visit the district’s website at www.kershaw.k12.sc.us and click on the “employment” tab. 

Those wishing to apply for a vacancy in the school district who may not have access to the Internet may visit the district office and complete an application using a lobby computer. 

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