ARE YOU BUILT FOR THIS?
AS THE MOST DIVERSE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN THE KC METRO AREA, Kansas City Public Schools (KCPS) is committed to building a world-class education for our students. We want you to be apart of the building process. KCPS offers a wide range of balanced and competitive benefits for employees, including medical, dental, long- and short-term disability, life insurance, retirement plans, Health and Dependent Care Reimbursement Accounts, deferred compensation plans and an Employee Assistance Program. We support our employees and their families’ health through these various insurance options.
The Kansas City Public Schools Induction Program is a comprehensive training and support process for new teachers that continues for three years and then seamlessly becomes part of their lifelong professional development program. The Induction Program is designed to provide the support and training so that those joining the KCPS family will acquire the competency and professionalism to provide the children in our community with the education they deserve.
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This is how we do Kansas City
Kansas City is home to a vibrant and growing arts community that includes the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts and the Kansas City Art Institute. We are also home to three professional theaters and a children’s theater company. History enthusiasts can have their pick of museums that feature every era and genre of our past, from the National World War I Museum and Memorial to the Arabia Steamship Museum and the American Jazz Museum.
KC has experienced a resurgence in recent years with a growing culinary scene. While Kansas City is known for its barbecue, the city has expanded its repertoire and became more diverse with a surprisingly vast variety of foods with some unexpected depth. The cost of living in KC is cheaper than in other major metro areas, while the average annual income is roughly equal to the national average. Daily necessities like groceries are generally cheaper in Kansas City.
As one of the largest school districts in Kansas City, KCPS comes with a variety of challenges. That is why we need capable and talented teachers who are built to withstand any challenge that stands before them.
Are you built for this?
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can I apply for a position that is not listed on the website?
A: Unfortunately, our website is set up to only allow individuals to apply for the positions posted on the website. We do not accept unsolicited applications.
Q: How can I check the status of my application?
A: Once you log in the application system you can go to application status and it will tell you if your application has been received, if it is under review, or if you have moved forward in the screening process.
Q: How long will it take to hear back from someone once I have an interview?
A: The application and interview process could take up to 30 days.
Q: What factors are considered before hiring?
A: Many factors are reviewed prior to an offer for employment with Kansas City Public Schools including, information contained on the application, background, experiences, education, references, background checks and responses received during the interview.