Non-profit expansion means jobs for North Central Florida
55 full-time jobs are coming to North Central Florida. Childhood Development Services Public Relations Director Brandi Cooney says they are hiring teachers and other positions in Alachua and Marion counties.
Cooney says there are also 8 position in Citrus county and 6 in Levy county. They are now accepting applications online.
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