PCA Employment

If you are interested in becoming a part of Palmetto Christian Academy, we invite you to consider the positions listed below and make application.  PCA is a ministry of East Cooper Baptist Church and is committed to impacting our students and families with the truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ while also providing a strong academic program designed to prepare every student for service in the Kingdom of God.  You are encouraged to preview our website and learn more about PCA and its mission.

All applicants for a teaching position must be degreed in their teaching area, provide documentation of experience, and possess a mature faith in Jesus Christ.  Only applications submitted online will be considered for employment.  If you have questions about PCA, please email our headmaster, JD Zubia, at jdzubia@palmettochristianacademy.org

   

PCA EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION

 

 

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

PCA is always interested in finding qualified substitute teachers who can assist by filling classrooms when our faculty must be absent.  If you are interested and believe you would be an asset to PCA, please fill out a PCA Employment Application. 

 
FACULTY OPENINGS:


There are no faculty openings at this time.

 

STAFF OPENINGS:


There are no staff openings at this time.
 
 

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT OPENINGS:

There are no athletic department openings at this time.
 
PCA PRESCHOOL EMPLOYMENT: 

Palmetto Christian Academy Preschool is currently accepting applications to be a substitute teacher.  If you are interested, please fill out the PCA Employment Application. If you have any questions, you can contact our Preschool Director, Sharon Basha, at sbasha@palmettochristianacademy.org.

Palmetto Christian Academy was founded in 1992 as a ministry of East Cooper Baptist Church, Mt. Pleasant, S.C. PCA enrolls 650 students in pre-school through grade twelve.

ECBC and PCA are Equal Opportunity Employers, requires that each staff member is a Christian, and encourages all staff to be active members of East Cooper Baptist Church. (Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 SEC. 2000e-2 [Section 703]).