Legacy Traditional Schools hiring 160 Arizona teachers and staff
Legacy Traditional Schools is interviewing applicants for teaching careers. Lots of them.
The “A-rated” network of Arizona public charter schools is looking to fill more than 160 positions statewide before students return in the fall. This includes nearly 50 full-time teacher positions across 15 Legacy Traditional School campuses throughout metro Phoenix, Pinal County and North Tucson. Hiring is also underway for the newest Arizona Legacy campus, a K-6 school set to open in Goodyear this fall.
Pay varies according to position, applicant experience and other factors. The average full-time Legacy teacher earned approximately $51,000 in base pay during the 2018-2019 school year.
“As we bring a Legacy education to more students in communities across Arizona, we’re always looking to add outstanding educators to the Legacy team,” said Nicole Kirkley, superintendent of Legacy Traditional Schools. “Our teachers are not only educators, but they’re also community leaders, role models and partners with our Legacy families. We often hear from our faculty that teaching at Legacy is more than a job, it’s a career, and that’s something we take tremendous pride in.”
For a link to apply and to view openings for the 2019-2020 school year, visit LegacyTraditional.org/Careers