Salary Question...

Discussion in 'Job Seekers' started by 36912, Mar 30, 2017.

  1. 36912

    36912 Rookie

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    I'm a coordinator at a public school and have been pink slipped. I have a feeling I will be laid off because the budget for next year looks really bad =( I've been applying for other jobs within a few hours away from where I currently reside. I received an email for the first of three interviews (this is at a charter school in the middle of nowhere). I have searched online and cannot find their salary schedule (again this is a charter school so it isn't a school district). What's a polite way of saying can I please view the salary schedule? I've thought about using an old email address and say that I'm interested in XXXXXXX job but I need to know the salary schedule. I haven't worked at a charter school in years but it seems like many expect you to work significantly longer hours ("volunteered" hours) than a traditional public school for less pay. Thanks
     
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  3. vickilyn

    vickilyn Multitudinous

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    Nothing has changed.
     
  4. ktmiller222

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    Is it private or public charter? Around where I live, they both pay less and you work maybe 1 extra hour a day plus additional 3 weeks during the summer. But the public charter pays a little more than the private charter schools. I hear really good things about the private ones (they can basically do what they want) but I've heard horror stories of the public ones (lots of turnovers). I don't think it's a good thing to ask what the salary is no matter where you look. It looks like you are just after money. Good luck.
     

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