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Human Resources

Marshall County Board of Education is always seeking outstanding applicants for all vacancies.


The Marshall County School System is now using the new state wide recruitment website.    Please

apply to the Marshall County Board of Education by going to the website at the Alabama State

Department of Education.                           

To access the Teach-In-Alabama electronic application system click the link below                                                   .








On the Teach In Alabama website, you will find options for the different categories of

positions to choose from on the Application.  Support applicants should choose the

Classified option. Teachers choose Certified.  Admistrative choose Administrative.

You must complete the Teach in Alabama application process to be considered for

employment (resume, transcripts, three references and background clearance).


Application Process:

Step 1:  Application and accompanying documentation

A.  Complete the online Teach in Alabama                                                      


B.  (Certified positions) Attach copy of official transcripts from all                 

      colleges attended.                                                                                          

C.  (Certified positions) Attach three letters of recommendation.                                                                                                                      

D.  (Certified positions) Attach copy of valid Alabama Teacher's Certificate.  A copy of the actual

      certificate or proof that the requirements have been met and certificate applied for, is acceptable

      for application purposes. Upon employment, the original certificate must be provided.

E.   (Certified positions) Attach copy of highly qualified letter or highly qualified status. 

F.   If applying for an aide position provide a copy of an official transcript with 48 semester

      hours of college credit. All other classified positions, attach copy of high school diploma.

G.  Attach copy of criminal background clearance.    

H.  Attach copy of resume.


Step 2:  Screening

Applications are reviewed to determine if the applicant meets the requirements for the designated position. 

Applications are then reviewed to determine the most qualified candidates for current positions.


Step 3:  Interviews

Applicants will be schedules for interviews by the contact person on the job posting.


Step 4:  Recommendations

Prior to any recommendation for employment, an applicant must have a completed application on file with

all required documents.


Step 5:  Appointment  

Appointment to a position is made by the Board of Education after a candidate has verbally accepted a

contract offer and (certified) has a valid Alabama Teacher Certificate and has passed a criminal background check.  

Salary placement is based upon verification of prior years of full-time experience.


Step 6:  Orientation  

New hires are provided a packet of information regarding items related to employment. A New Employee

Orientation is provided at the beginning of the school year.  Mentor teachers are available as a resource

during the school year.


The Department of Human Resources wants to provide excellent customer service. 

Please let us know how we can assist you in a smooth transition to the Marshall County Board

of Education.


The Human Resources Department
Marshall County Board of Education
12380 U.S. Hwy. 431 South,
Guntersville, AL  35976
7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
256-582-3171, fax 256-582-7485 or 582-3178

Robert Counterman, Payroll Clerk
Payroll, Personnel, Insurance & Retirement 
ext. #0112 
Darlene Campbell, Administrative Assistant  
Applications, Certification and Highly Qualified questions, Personnel, Substitution
ext. #0102

It is the policy of the Marshall County School System that no student be excluded from participation in,

be denied the benefits of or subjected to discrimination in any program or activity, on the basis of sex,

race, age, disability, religion, belief, national origin or color. Any student determined Homeless by the

McKinney Homeless Assistance Act, Migrant, Immigrant, or an English Language Learner will not be

denied admission or discriminated against in any school or program in the Marshall County School

System. The Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of America will not be denied access to the use of school

facilities. Any parent or legal guardian wishing to raise questions, lodge complaints or express other

concerns is invited to participate in resolving issues believed to be discriminatory by contacting

Dr. Cindy Wigley, Superintendent of Education, Dr. Richard L. Ferguson, Title IX Coordinator or

Paige Raney, Federal Programs Supervisor.

Address: 12380 U.S. Hwy. 431 South, Guntersville, AL 35976. Telephone: 256-582-3171.