Mansfield Public Schools is looking to fill the following positions:
Spanish Teacher (Long-Term Substitute)
Building Substitute – middle
Hall Monitors – secondary
Custodian Floater (2nd Shift)
Assistant Cook – district-wide
Part – Time Cafeteria Workers – district-wide, 3
Coaches – Junior Varsity Girls Lacrosse Coach, Junior Varsity Baseball Coach
Substitute Cafeteria Workers
Substitute Custodians – All shifts
Substitute Bus Driver
Daily/Per Diem Substitutes – All levels
To learn more about these opportunities and to submit an application, please visit our web site at:
http://bit.ly/MansfieldSchoolsEmployment. Resumes will be reviewed on an ongoing basis. For questions please contact Stephanie Kierys, HR Assistant at 508.851.6409 or by email at email@example.com.
Mansfield Public Schools
2 Park Row, Mansfield, MA 02048
Twitter – @mansfieldschool
Facebook – @MansfieldPublicSchools
Student Enrollment: 3,500
Staff Employment: 580 (educators, paraprofessionals, administration, facilities, office assistants, etc.)
Approximate number of teachers hired annually: fluctuates depending on need
Jocelyn LeMaire, Director of Human Resources
Amy Corpus, Human Resources Specialist
Stephanie Kierys, Human Resources Assistant firstname.lastname@example.org
Human Resources Department: 508-261-7480
Our vision of the ideal school is one in which all students are actively and intellectually engaged in their learning as a result of the instructional practices that are personalized, differentiated, innovative and designed to challenge their thinking and understanding. The result of our collective efforts is for all students to achieve their personal best and become meaningful contributions to our society.
Q. How many schools do you have at each grade level?
5 schools in the district:
Mansfield High Schools, Grades 9-12
Qualters Middle School, Grades 6-8
Jordan/Jackson Elementary School, Grades 3-5
Robinson Elementary School, Grades K-2
Roland Green Preschool
Q. What is your school community like to work and/or live in?
Our school community strives to welcome and encourage all employees so they feel supported and accepted. The Mansfield school district is a close community and that sense of identity and cooperation extends to living in the Town of Mansfield as well.
Q. What kind of support does Mansfield offer new teachers?
All new staff in Mansfield participate in New Hire Orientation. All new educators participate in a 2-year orientation program and are assigned a mentor. Technology and professional development are also provided on an on-going basis.
Q. What general attributes does Mansfield seek in new teachers?
Our school district seeks teachers who are committed to providing the highest educational experience for all students. We look for teachers who will treat their students with kindness and respect.
Q. How does Mansfield demonstrate that it is committed to teacher diversity?
In addition to our involvement with MPDE, Mansfield has participated in the Minority Educator Recruitment Fair organized by Milton Public Schools for the past few years. Mansfield also meets with Guiding Mansfield Forward, a community group seeking to “create a culturally inclusive curriculum, hire diverse staff, and encourage civic education.”
Q. Any tips for teachers who are interested in applying to Mansfield?
Job seekers are encouraged to learn about current opportunities by visiting our website at www.manfieldschools.com. In addition, all positions are posted on School Spring.
Q. Is Mansfield accessible by public transportation or commuter rail?
Mansfield is conveniently located between Boston and Providence with easy access to Routes 95 and 24. In addition, we are located on the MBTA Commuter Route Line.