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Reading School District to host annual job fair

Jun 11, 2019

The event will take place on Wednesday, June 12 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Reading School District will host its annual Job Fair on Wednesday, June 12 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Reading Intermediate High School (which will be renamed as Central Middle School this fall), located at 215 N. 12th Street in Reading.

Multiple positions are available, including:
Special Education, Elementary, Mid-Level and Secondary
English as a Second Language, Mid-Level and Secondary
General Science, Mid-Level and Secondary
Mathematics, Mid-level & Secondary

Social Studies, Secondary
Library, Mid-level
Safe School Officers

Parent Outreach Assistants

Social Workers
School Counselors

School Nurses
School Psychologists
Speech Therapists

On-site interviews for teachers and on-site applications for all positions will be available. Learn more about the district’s employment opportunities at
About Reading School District
Reading School District is the home of the Red Knights. Located between Harrisburg and Philadelphia in southeastern Pennsylvania, the district includes 19 schools: 13 elementary schools, five middle schools and one senior high school. The district also shares a career and technology center with a neighboring district. With more than 17,800 students and approximately 2,000 staff members, Reading School District is the fourth largest school district in Pennsylvania and the sixth largest employer in Berks County.  It is a Title 1, urban school district located in a high-poverty community, where 93 percent of students qualify for free or reduced-price lunch and 25 percent of students are English-Language Learners. We see the impact of poverty and inner-city life in our classrooms every day. Yet, in spite of that, we have the most dedicated, talented, intelligent and ambitious students you’ll find anywhere in the world.

Connect with Reading School District
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