OSKALOOSA PUBLIC SCHOOLS
USD 341

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Oskaloosa School District is announcing the following vacancies for the 2017-2018 school year.  If interested, please notify Jon Pfau, Brent Mumford or Rob Miller at USD 341.  Positions are open until filled. Please contact Jon Pfau at 785.863.2539 if you have any questions.

-No vacancies


*Current USD 341 Certified employees who are interested and desire transfer may file an email or written statement of such desire with Jon Pfau for this specific vacancy by Monday, May 1, 2017 at 8:30 AM.  In addition, outside applicants may apply on the Kansas Education Employment Board (KEEB).  Position is open until filled.  Please contact Jon Pfau or Brent Mumford at 785.863.2539 if you have any questions.

*We are accepting applications for these 2017-18 positions. Please apply at this website:
beta.kansasteachingjobs.com

OTHER VACANCIES:  
-High School Golf Head Coach Supplemental (Spring Season only) 

Keystone Learning Services is accepting applications for P/T, and substitute paraeducator positions for our School Districts in Oskaloosa, Valley Falls, McLouth, Atchison County Community Schools, Jefferson County North, Jefferson West, Perry-Lecompton, Easton, John Dewey Learning Academy, and to work with Speech and Language Therapists. Contact Lushena Newman at 785-876-2214 or lnewman@keystonelearning.org for an application. EOE

To apply for non-teaching openings, please fill out the application below and submit to:

Non-Teaching Application

Sue Decker
USD 341
404 Park Street
Oskaloosa, KS 66066

email: sdecker@usd341.org
Telephone: 785-863-2539 ext. 100

Positions are open until filled.

 

Oskaloosa Public Schools - USD 341
404 Park Street
Oskaloosa, KS 66066
785-863-2539

Oskaloosa Elementary - 785-863-2254 Oskaloosa High School - 785-863-2281

 

 

 

 

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