Teacher, Theater Arts / Drama / 22-23 in United States
Bachelor’s Degree in education with appropriate subject area. Must have North Carolina certification or credentials to attain NC certification. If you do not hold a NC teaching licensure, upload your official degree dated transcripts, test scores and out of state teaching license (if applicable) to the attachment page on your on line application.
Benefits include accrual of annual leave days, sick leave, personal days, etc.; North Carolina Retirement program (6% automatic deduction – pre-taxed). A list of benefits available can be found on the Benefits webpage. You can copy and paste to your URL: http://www.cms.k12.nc.us/Jobs/benefits/Pages/default.aspx
All Instructional employees, who do not hold a valid NC Professional Educator’s License, (includes expired NC licenses), are paid at bachelor’s level, beginning teacher pay scale until the license is issued by the NC Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI). Once NCDPI has approved and issued your license, a salary adjustment will be made to place you at the degree level and years of experience on your license. Pay is retroactive to your start date or effective date of the license. (Note: Degrees or Experience filed with NCDPI after April 1, will not be considered for retroactive payment for current school year.) Those who hold a valid NC license are paid at the degree level and years of experience currently on the license.
- In order for the state to approve an advanced degree, a course must have been completed prior to August 1, 2013 and be relevant to the subject area you will be teaching.