Employment

  • Now Hiring for the 2022-23 School Year!

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    Have a bachelor’s degree? Interested in becoming a substitute teacher? Let Everett Public Schools help you!

    Requirements to be eligible: Bachelor’s Degree, COVID-19 proof of vaccination or exemption, 8 hour training STEDI class, fingerprints completed with OSPI prior to start date.

    Step 1. Apply at Everett Public Schools Website: Emergency Substitute Teacher (2022-23) 

    Step 2. Be interviewed by our Human Resources team

    Step 3. Applicant creates account with OSPI

    Step 4. Our substitute services team will send an emergency certification application 

    Step 5. Get 8-hour STEDI training with an 85 or higher to pass. Note: The initial cost for this class is $40.00, which will be reimbursed once the applicant has completed 10 substitute assignments

    Step 6. Attend Sub orientation


    A great place to work...18 elementary, 5 middle and 4 high schools with more than 2,000 staff members

    Diversity...20,000+ students who speak more than 90 different languages

    Supportive community...voters consistently approve funding for schools and staff above the state's basic formula as well as long-term funding for facility and technology improvements

    Diverse, growing community...located twenty-five miles north of Seattle, Snohomish County offers a friendly, small-town atmosphere amid a spectacular natural setting with easy access to the amenities of a major metropolitan area. 

    Great learning opportunities...hundreds of staff development classes and workshops are offered each year on subjects such as technology, special education, instructional skills and student behavior.  

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    Commitment to academic excellence...staff are focused on continual learning improvement to ensure that each student acquires the skills and knowledge needed to thrive as a lifelong learner and responsible citizen in a changing world.  Everett students consistently perform well on state and national assessments.
     
    Great region for culture and fun...downhill and cross-country skiing is 45 minutes away in the North Cascades. Hiking, camping, climbing and backpacking destinations abound while the waters of Puget Sound and the San Juan Islands provide unparalleled boating, fishing, sailing and kayaking. A full symphony and live theater are part of Everett's cultural offerings.
     
    EHS grad
     

    Everett Public Schools does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination:

    Title IX/Civil Rights Compliance Officer
    Kevin Allen
    PO Box 2098, Everett WA 98213
    425-385-4168
    KAllen@everettsd.org

    Section 504 Coordinator
    Dave Peters
    PO Box 2098, Everett WA 98213
    425-385-4063
    DPeters@everettsd.org

    ADA Coordinator 
    Randi Seaberg
    PO Box 2098, Everett WA 98213
    425-385-4104
    RSeaberg@everettsd.org