Metro Schools to Host Career Fair for Support Employees
MNPS is looking to fill positions immediately. Interested candidates could leave with a job Saturday afternoon.
Metro Nashville Public Schools will host a Career Fair this Saturday (Oct. 5) to find dynamic, eager candidates to serve as bus drivers, paraprofessionals, substitutes and part- and full-time nutrition services team members.
MNPS, one of the largest employers in Nashville, offers competitive pay, and flexible schedules and benefits. Employees also have access to the Employee Wellness Center, which houses a full gym, café and clinic, retirement perks and access to Vanderbilt Medical Center health clinics.
The Career Fair will be a one-stop shop for anyone looking to join Team MNPS in a support role, such as:
- Bus drivers and bus monitors
- Cafeteria assistants
- Cafeteria cashiers
- Substitute teachers
MNPS representatives will be on-site conducting interviews and to administer the free paraprofessional test and cashier’s test*.
School buses will also be on-site so interested candidates can tour the bus and picture themselves in the driver’s seat.(Note: testing is not required for all paraprofessional applicants).
When: Saturday, Oct. 5, 20198 a.m. – 2 p.m. *On-site testing ends at noon.
Where: MNPS Employee Health and Wellness Center 2694 Fessey CourtNashville, TN 37204
What to expect:
Representatives from MNPS will be on site for interviewing and to administer the free para-professional test and cashier’s test. (Note: testing is not required for all para-profes
We will have school buses on-site so you can tour the bus and see yourself in the driver’s seat.
Metro Nashville Public Schools is one of the nation’s top 50 largest school districts, preparing more than 86,000 students for higher education, work and life. With the goal of being the first choice for Nashville families, Metro Schools is committed to #ExceedingGreatExpectations with the mission of delivering a great public education to every student, every day. The district is earning a national reputation for urban school reform, social and emotional learning and rising academic achievement. The governing body for Metro Schools is the Metropolitan Nashville Board of Public Education, a nine-member elected body. For more information, visit MNPS.org, or follow us on Twitter @MetroSchools or Facebook.com/MetroSchools.