By Richard Bammer
Like many school districts in Solano County, Fairfield-Suisun Unified continues to hang its electronic “Help Wanted” sign, the listings a sign of the lingering teacher shortage across the state and nation.
The county’s largest school district by far, it has 14 unfilled teaching positions, said Robert Martinez, assistant superintendent for human resources.
The following teaching positions are listed on www.edjoin.org, the district’s online application system, which is accessible through the “Job Opportunities” tab on the district website, www.fsusd.org: three English, two math, one science/physics, three physical education, three special education, one music, and one auto shop.
Starting pay for a fully credentialed teacher is $51,537 for a 184-day work year, noted Martinez.