Applying for Employment with the Cambridge Public Schools
Job opportunities include teacher, administrator, professional,
paraprofessional, instructional aide, substitute teacher, support staff,
and temporary help/service openings.
What degrees/licenses/certifications do I need to apply?
Teachers are required to have a Bachelor’s degree and to hold appropriate Massachusetts teacher licensure/certification. School administrators are required to have a Master’s degree and to hold appropriate Massachusetts administrative licensure certification.
Paraprofessionals and instructional aides in Title I schools are required to hold an Associates degree or 48 college credits or have obtained highly qualified status as defined under the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) through earned professional training points or by having successfully passed the ParaPro or WorkKeys assessment.
Substitute teachers in the Cambridge Public Schools must possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree.
If offered a position, the selected candidate must promptly produce official educational transcripts, proof of licensure/certification, and other related employment documentation as may be required.
What happens after I apply?
selected for an interview will be contacted directly by the school
Principal or other hiring administrator. Confirmation of your
application and status updates on positions you have applied to will be
sent to your email address. You are encouraged to regularly visit this
website to obtain information on current openings.
As an employee you receive:
Schools offers competitive salaries and benefits. Cambridge teachers
have access to a wide range of benefits including health, dental, and
life insurance; health and dependent care flexible accounts; tuition
reimbursement; and to receive up to $450 reimbursement each year for
incidental expenses for classroom and other instructional materials. Learn more >>
Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply. The Cambridge Public Schools is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity (AA/EEO) employer.
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