Dr. Susan M. Kiernan, Director of Human Resources
(423) 753-1100 



Welcome to Our District

Thank you for your interest in working in our school district. The links on the left will provide the information you need to apply for available positions.

It is the policy of the Department of Education to recruit, hire, and promote in all job classifications without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or handicapping conditions, except where it is necessary to meet a bona fide confidential qualification, DOE Form PER 112 (13 Aug 81)

Title IX Coordinator: Dr. William Flanary, 405 W. College St., Jonesborough, TN  37659

(423)753-1100 flanaryw@wcde.org

Title VI Coordinator: Dr. Karla Kyte, 405 W. College St., Jonesborough, TN  37659

(423)753-1100 kytek@wcde.org

504 Coordinator: Dr. Jarrod Adams, 405 W. College St., Jonesborough, TN  37659

(423)753-1100 adamsj@wcde.org

How to Find Us

405 W. College Street
Jonesborough, TN 37659

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Employment Fingerprinting

1. Click TAPS in lower right corner 

2. Follow instructions for fingerprinting

3. Click Online Scheduling

4. Choose Agency: State Schools and Colleges

5. Choose Applicant type: 

  • Teachers
  • Bus Drivers
  • Custodial Workers
  • Substitute Teachers
  • School Worker, Other
  • School Worker, Volunteer
  • Cafeteria Worker





The Washington County Department of Education strives to attract, hire, and retain the most qualified employees. In an effort to enhance morale, limit job turnover, help increase performance, and improve results, this department helps with the interviewing of applicants, provides training and development opportunities to improve skills, and increase employees' satisfaction with their jobs and working conditions. This is carried out through involvement of the administrative staff in planning, decision-making, and evaluation. Support is given through an extensive new teacher induction program as well as a mentoring program. The mentoring program utilizes personnel trained by the state model “Raising the Bar.”

Teachers are given opportunities for sustained professional development on many topics. Concentration is given to the area of best instructional practices including differentiated instruction and incorporation of technology into the classroom.

The Washington County Department of Education is an equal opportunity employer. The school system does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, gender, color, religion, national origin, citizenship status, age or handicap in any of its educational or employment programs or activities.

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