WORKING AT ACE
The Department of Adult & Community Education (ACE) is dedicated to empowering adults for lifelong learning with knowledge and skills needed at work, at home, and in the community to compete in today’s global society.
Our approach to teaching adults and helping them transform their lives is based on collaboration, innovation and academic excellence. We are a unique department within the School District, and look forward to many years of growth ahead as our department expands.
ACE is committed to attracting, developing, and retaining a diverse workforce that provides us with skills, creativity and personal attributes that are the essence of our success.
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR?
• You want to grow personally and professionally in your career.
• You want to make a meaningful contribution to people’s lives and to the community.
• You want to be part of something big, yet you also want to be part of a small family.
• You want to do what you love, and you want to have fun doing it.
WHAT IS IT LIKE TO WORK AT ACE?
- We offer professional development opportunities that encourage you to grow personally and professionally in your career.
- We offer opportunities to make an impact on people’s lives and the community.
- We encourage people to work both independently and collaboratively to achieve common goals.
- We offer a collegial working environment with a diversity of people from a variety of backgrounds in a supportive environment.
- We welcome people with curiosity, lots of ideas and the desire to keep improving.
- We are small enough that each of us can make a difference, and big enough that we can transform people’s lives through the broad impact of the School District.
JOB OPENINGS AT ACE
ACE offers teaching and other professional positions.
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The School District of Palm Beach County, Florida, prohibits discrimination in admission to or access to, or employment in its programs and activities, on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex or sexual orientation, marital status, age, religion, disability, genetic information, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic prohibited by law. The School Board also provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.