Login using your district Office 365 credentials (email address and email password).
The St. Clair County School System uses the E-Verify program to check all new employees and substitutes for employment eligibility verification.
All new employees must be fingerprinted at a Cogent ID facility before hire. Please click here to register and view facilities near you.
How to Apply for a Position
All certified and support job openings for school year beginning 2015-2016 will be posted on the state Teach in Alabama site. There is no longer a requirement to send a letter of interest to the Board of Education. To apply online at the TEACH in Alabama website, all applicants must complete an application and then attach their application to the job vacancies they are qualified for and interested in filling.
If you are applying for a Certified Administrative Position, select Preview Administrator Application.
If you are applying for any of the following Certified positions, select Preview Certified Application: Teacher, Counselor, Library Media Specialist, Psychometrist, Reading Coach, Speech Langauge Pathologist.
If you are applying for any of the following Support positions, select the Preview Classified Application: Aide, Bus Driver, Bookkeeper, Custodian, Lunchroom worker, Nurse, Secretary, Substitute, etc.
Step 3 Apply for Open Position.
St. Clair County Schools has partnered with Kelly Educational Staffing for all of our substitute teacher, aides, custodial, clerical, and CNP worker needs.
Kelly Educational Staffing is a specialty service of Kelly Services®, a leader in workforce solutions and the first staffing provider to develop a comprehensive education staffing solution. Launched in 1997, KES partners with 3,000+ public and private schools across 35 states and has a national classroom placement (fill) rate greater than 98 percent. KES provides schools with quality substitute teacher staffing and management. In addition, KES offers after-school program staffing and the staffing of non-instructional positions such as custodians, cafeteria employees, administrative assistants, and school nurses. More than 1 million classrooms are filled by a KES substitute teacher each year.