LTCS Hiring Process
Liberty Tech’s hiring process is rigorous and competitive. We believe that getting the best people to serve students is the most important decision leaders within any educational organization regularly face. We believe Liberty Tech is going to be a game changer in education, and we take seriously the task of putting together the best team available for the students who have entrusted their futures to us.
Below are the steps involved in the portfolio setup and application stages of the hiring process. The process for setting up your full portfolio will take some time, however, it is a legitimate investment and we appreciate you conscientiousness. We hope you appreciate how much rigor we put into finding the best people to serve our students.
We hope you enjoy our process. Best of luck!
Stage 1: Cover Letter, Resume, References, & Survey Submission for Initial Interview
Please complete a cover letter, resume, references, and the hiring survey. Once completed mail these items to Liberty Tech Charter School at 119 Price Road, Brooks, GA 30205 to the attention of Principal, Mike Stewart.
In your references please provide information for 3 professional references, 2 personal references, and 2 students references. If you taught elementary grades, you may include the contact information of the parents of the students. The hiring survey is an application consisting of a series of questions about your previous employment history and background. Be thoughtful and honest in your completion of the portfolio documents as the responses are used in order to determine fit for our organization.
These items will be reviewed by the principal and qualified candidates will be contacted to set up an initial interview. For the interview, candidates are welcome to bring a portfolio or other materials that demonstrate their proficiency in the classroom.
Stage 2: Sample Lesson
Following the initial interview identified candidates will be invited back to teach a 40-minute sample lesson at the school. For the sample lesson, candidates will prepare a lesson covering an assigned standard for an identified grade and subject. Candidates should prepare enough materials for 25 students. The sample lesson will be observed by a panel, including the principal and other staff members.
Stage 3: Panel Interview
Immediately following the sample lesson, candidates will participate in a panel interview with the staff members who observed the lesson. During the panel interview, candidates may be asked to reflect on the sample lesson itself or asked other questions about their teaching practice in general. Following the panel interview, all candidates will be contacted regarding their status.