Thank You For Your Interest In Employment With The Washington Township Schools.
Effective September 1, 2011, in accordance to the New Jersey First Act, all newly hired employees who do not live in New Jersey have one year after the date of employment begins to relocate residency to New Jersey. An employee who does not do so is subject to removal from employment.
Open Job Postings
To view current job postings click the “View Open Positions” link below. Postings are updated whenever a vacancy is available. We encourage you to check in every week or two. When you see a job for which you want to be considered, click the “apply” link for that job.
How to Apply
All applicants must complete an online application. Paper applications are not accepted. Please do not mail, email, fax or drop off an application, resume, transcripts, letters of recommendations or other support documents unless specifically requested to do so. You are encouraged to upload support documents to your online application by following the directions in the applications process.
Current Students: We understand that you may be unable to transmit copies of teaching licenses and transcripts at this time. Lack of these documents will not prevent your application from being considered. You should add these items to your application, via upload, as soon as you receive them. Please do not ask your college/university to mail credentials to us.
Click on the “online Application Process” link below. You do not have to complete your entire application at once. If you click, “save as draft” you will have up to 25 days to complete and submit the application. When it is complete, click “finish” and submit application”. Your application will remain active for one year. You will be notified by e-mail when your application is about to expire so that you can reactivate if you wish.
In order to ensure your application is as accurate as possible, we encourage you to periodically update your information. You may modify a submitted application at any time to add, change, or delete information. Simply select the “Online Application Process” link.
Please remember, if you have an application on file with us, you must still apply online for each position in which you are interested. We will contact you if you are chosen for an interview.
Individuals needing assistance with the application process should contact Patricia Solovay, Personnel Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org or (908)876-4172 x1012 or Nancy Harte, Personnel/Payroll Assistant at email@example.com or (908)876-4172 x1017
Appropriate certificate required for all certified positions along with meeting the highly qualified requirements required by the federal government. Experience and knowledge of NJ Core Curriculum Content Standards preferred. Experience preferred.
Every initial contract for employment issued by the Washington Township Board of Education shall not be final until the applicant obtains a physical examination, including a Tuberculin Test by a licensed physician. The prospective employee will be responsible for the cost of the examination and the TB Test.
All Staff are required to submit to a fingerprinting check, as outlined in N.J.S.A. 18A:6-7.2 et.seq. This includes the required payments.
Anyone interested in applying for a substitute position, click on the position below and print the packet of instructions. Please do not print double sided.
Substitute Bus Drivers Substitute Bus Drivers are needed to drive our children to and from school, as well as field trips and athletic events. Good driving record and CDL are required; we will train and help you get your CDL. If you like children and are interested, stop by our Transportation Office, located in the Board of Education Building located at 53 West Mill Road, Long Valley, NJ 07853 or call the Transportation Department at (908)876-5311.
CAFETERIA - Interested Applicants should contact Marcia Brenneman at firstname.lastname@example.org or (908)876-3434 x2329
The Board of Education affirms that it is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. No applicant or employee shall be discriminated against due to the ethnic background, religion, gender, handicap, or age. The district further attests that it conforms to all federal, state, and local regulations resultant from Title IX, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Civil Rights Act of 1964, et seq., and all other applicable equal employment opportunity statutes. The Affirmative Action (Equal Opportunity/Title IX) compliance officer is Mrs. Maryann Millar, 908-876-9211 x2300 and the Section 504 (handicapped) coordinator is Mr. Richard C. Papera, 908-876-4172 x1024. Complaints pertaining to these areas should be directed to these individuals. A grievance procedure covering these procedures is posted in all schools.