Knox County Schools Security Division seeking high energy leaders at recruitment fair

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — The Knox County Schools Security Division is looking to add to its ranks. The division tasked with providing security for Knox County Schools is hosting a recruitment fair this month.

Lt. John Staser explained that the Security Division is the first responders to threats, specialists in rapid responses, and school protection.

“We are committed to maintaining high visibility for the purpose of preventing crime, the fear of crime, and threats to safety,” he said.

Staser went on to say they’re looking for people who are leaders committed to excellence, high energy, and motivated people that can remain steady in the face of adversity and are dedicated to service and performance.

The fair will be from 2-6 p.m. Thursday, July 22, at the Sarah Simpson Professional Development and Technology Center, 801 Tipton Ave. Interviews will be held on-site in anticipation of a fall academy program.

Benefits include step raises, education incentives, and paid training. Applications are being accepted through the Knox County Schools hiring page.

Find more jobs through WATE’s Who’s hiring page.

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