Jennings School District is always recruiting high performing, creative individuals to join our exceptional team of educators. Ongoing recruitment is occurring for all certified and support staff positions.
Now Recruiting for the 2014-15 School Year
Secondary English/Language Arts
Secondary Math Teachers
Secondary Science Teachers
*Interested candidates can download an application by clicking on 'Document Uploads' - Apply for Jobs and forward to:
Jennings School District
Attn: Personnel Services
2559 Dogwood Drive, Jennings, MO 63136
2013-2014 and 2014-2015 Job Opportunities
Serves as the building's instructional leader
Supports the instructional program of the school and is an active member of the data team process
Observes and evaluates building instructional and support staff
Uses data to drive the instructional program of the school and align staff
Masters degree in Educational Administrator, with Administrator endorsement
Master's Degree; Ph.D. or Ed. D preferred
5 or more years teaching experience
3 or more years supervisory experience in a public school setting
Salary is commensurate with experience
Secondary Math Teacher
We are recruiting creative, high energy, math teachers who are interested in working in an urban middle or high school setting. The math teacher should have a degree in mathematics 5-9 or secondary education 9-12 with a mathematics endorsement and a valid Missouri Teaching Certificate to be eligible for the position.
Counselor-Jennings Senior High School
Provides guidance and counseling content in a systematic way to all students.
Ensures students develop a Personal Plan of Study and provides academic advisement to students.
Uses school data to make decisions regarding student choice of classes and special programs.
Ensures that 100% of seniors apply to post-secondary colleges or universities and takes the ACT prior to graduation
Communicates effectively with educational community,parents and supplemental agencies as necessary.
Works collaboratively with the student support and counselors to support students, create opportunities and coordinate events.
Assist with implementation of a school-wide program that increase student motivation and student persistence and reduces disciplinary referrals.
Master's in Education; with Counseling 7-12 or 9-12 endorsement
Minimum of five or more years teaching or counseling experience in a public school setting
Salary is aligned to the teacher salary schedule
Support instruction in the areas of science, communication arts, and mathematics programs
Coordinate communication arts and mathematics for grades pre K- 6
Missouri Certification in Elementary 1-8, Elementary 1-6, administrative endorsement preferred
Master's degree in Education
5 or more years of elementary teaching experience
Proven track record of increasing MAP/EOC scores
Salary aligned with current teacher salary schedule