EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Current Openings:

Questions regarding employment opportunities with the Vernonia School District, please contact:

Barb Carr
503-429-5891

SubSTITUTE Opportunities 

Vernonia School District is always looking for substitute teaching and classified positions such as custodial, food service and instructional assistants.  To be a substitute teacher in the State of Oregon you must hold a valid teaching license through the Teacher Standards and Practices Commission.

If you would like to sub for the Vernonia School District either in licensed or classified positions you are required to make application and become eligible through the Northwest Regional Education Service District (NWRESD).  Please visit Substitute Services on their website or click on the links below.

Classified Positions       Licensed Positions


District Level Opportunities

TEACHING & Other Licensed opportunities

Licensed Positions are posted on the TalentEd Recruit and Hire website. To apply please visit their website.

Currently Seeking:

HS CTE Graphic Design / Technology

MS/HS Art Teacher

MS/HS Band / Choir Teacher

Elementary Counselor

Elementary Teachers

Special Education Teachers

HS Welding Teacher     

Classified (non-teaching) Opportunities

Coaching Opportunities - none at this time

SUMMER WORK FOR STUDENTS

Vernonia School District is offering an opportunity for VHS students and recent graduates to apply for summer internship positions.  There are openings for custodial/grounds work and greenhouse workers.  Positions begin on July 5th.  To apply, please complete the below application and submit to Barb Carr (bcarr@vernoniak12.org) in the District Office by June 28, 2022 at 3:00 p.m.   

 

Questions can be directed to Beth Kintz ( ekintz@vernoniak12.org) before June 28th.   

Summer Intern Application

Equal Employment Opportunity and treatment is practiced by Vernonia School District regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, marital status or disability.  These rights are protected by state and federal law and covered by local district policies and practices.