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General Hiring Process

  • All positions will be posted on our website for a minimum of five days.
  • A candidate’s application will remain active for one year from the date it was received.
  • Applications will then be evaluated and candidates selected to interview.
  • Due to the high volume of applicants for various positions, only those applicants receiving interviews will be contacted, via e-mail, notifying them when the position is filled.

Administrative Positions – District Office

  • Submit a complete District Administrative Application Packet to Human Resources.
  • The applications will then be evaluated and candidates selected to interview.
  • Once a candidate is selected, the District’s Administration will take the recommendation to the Board of Education seeking approval.
  • All new hires require a cleared background check.
  • Note for downloading PDF applications and forms: When downloading a PDF form, save the file to your computer first before filling out the form. If you fill out the form in a web browser, it will save as a blank form.

Administrator Positions - Schools

  • Administrative Screening Interviews will be conducted through an online interview process, VidCruiter.  This virtual recruitment tool allows you to record your responses when it is convenient for you and from anywhere in the world, provided you have a computer and an Internet connection.
  • The online application and video interview process takes approximately 90 minutes to complete, which includes; an uploaded resume and a copy of your administrative license, a recorded video resume, recorded responses to ten questions asked and evaluated by members of the District’s Leadership team, and a short written response.
  • To begin the application process, click on the following hyperlink: http://bit.ly/CSDSA21
  • Members of the District’s Leadership Team will evaluate submitted online video interviews on January 15, 2021.  Submit your completed application and video screening interview one week prior to this date.
  • ALL applicants will be included in the Administrative Candidate Pool for three years.
  • As the possibilities of openings arise, candidates identified through the screening process will be offered an additional interview, either in-person or via ZOOM. The interview team will then recommend candidates to the Superintendent for consideration for a particular assignment.
  • Once a candidate has been selected by the Superintendent, a recommendation to the Board of Education will be made.
  • All new hires require a cleared background check through the Utah State Board of Education.
  • Individuals may participate in the Administrative Screening Interview once every three years.  After three years candidates must re-interview in order to be considered for an Administrative position

Administrator Intern - Schools

  • Email a complete Administrative Intern Application Packet to Paulette Takata in Human Resources.  
  • All new hires require a cleared background check through Utah State Board of Education.
  • Applications are only accepted for posted positions.
  • Note for downloading PDF applications and forms: When downloading a PDF form, save the file to your computer first before filling out the form. If you fill out the form in a web browser, it will save as a blank form.

Licensed School Personnel Positions

  • Submit an application and complete your video screening interview on Vidcruiter for all  K-12 teachers, Special Education, School Counselors, School Psychologist, School Social Workers and Speech Language Pathologists.
    • The application and interview process takes approximately 45-50 minutes. To access this portal (if there are current openings) click on the “Licensed Job Posting” link at the top of the page.
  • Individuals may only participate in the Certificated School Personnel Screening Interview once every year and they need to be renewed yearly to stay in our candidate pool.
  • Once we have verified you have met our requirements for licensing status , the candidate will be placed in the Subject Area Candidate Pool for what you are qualified to teach (this is determined based off what your educator license is in).
  • As positions become available, principals will select approximately five (5) candidates from the candidate pool to interview for the position.
  • Once a candidate is selected, and reference checks made, approval will be obtained from Human Resources and the position offered to the individual.
  • All new hires require a cleared background check through Utah State Board of Education (if you do not hold a Utah Educator License or Associate Educator License).

Licensed Specialist Positions

  • Submit a Licensed Specialist Application to Human Resources.
  • Approximately five (5) candidates from the candidate pool will be selected to interview for the position.
  • Once a candidate is selected, and reference checks made, approval will be obtained from Human Resources and the position offered to the individual.
  • All new hires require a cleared background check through Utah State Board of Education.
  • Note for downloading PDF applications and forms: When downloading a PDF form, save the file to your computer first before filling out the form. If you fill out the form in a web browser, it will save as a blank form.

Licensed Transfer Opportunities

  • We now have an electronic transfer process, please visit the following link for instructions and to view openings: Licensed Transfers

Education Support Professional Positions

  • ESPs are all non-licensed positions available in the district (Administrative Assistants, Teacher Aides, Custodial, Nutrition workers, etc.)
  • To view openings click on the following link: ESP Openings

District Head Coach Application

  • When a job is posted, submit a Head Coach Application and all other required documentation to the email provided on the job posting.
  • Note for downloading PDF applications and forms: When downloading a PDF form, save the file to your computer first before filling out the form. If you fill out the form in a web browser, it will save as a blank form.

The Board of Education is committed to providing a working and educational environment free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, and/or retaliation. Accordingly, no otherwise qualified person shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to unlawful discrimination in any District program or activity on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, national origin, pregnancy, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

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