Current Job Openings in the Peabody Public Schools

Here's the most current list of job openings in the city's schools.

The following is the most current list of teaching job openings in the Peabody Public Schools for the 2012-2013 school year. Click on each link for more information on that job. The dates are when the position was posted.

All teaching jobs are posted on www.schoolspring.com.

Date Job Title School/Site Jan. 14 Long Term Substitute - Health Teacher J. Henry Higgins Middle School Jan. 10 In-School Suspension Teacher J. Henry Higgins Middle School Jan. 10 Reading Specialist Thomas Carroll School Jan. 3 Part Time - ELL Tutors (2) District Jan. 3 ELL Teacher District Jan. 3 Long Term Subtitute - Special Education Teacher Capt. Samuel Brown School

There is also one non-teaching opening available for a Culinary Paraprofessional at PVMHS. The position is 19 hours weekly and the deadline to apply is Jan. 24. Anyone interested in the position must submit a resume, cover letter and qualifications to the Human Resources Office, 21 Johnson St. Peabody, MA 01960 or e-mail materials to mccarthyb@peabody.k12.ma.us.

Additionally, if you're interested in becoming a per diem substitute teacher, stop down to the HR office at 21 Johnson St. and bring two forms of ID (driver's license, passport, Social Security card or birth certificate) and a copy of your college transcripts with you. A minimum of a bachelor's degree is required.

Billy M January 15, 2013 at 04:48 PM
Why would we ever require a bachelor's degree to be a per diem sub??? Most of the substitutes I had (and my children currently have) sit around and read the paper. If kids don't kill each other and the classroom isn't on fire then they did a good job. It is nothing more than a low paying babysitting gig...you would get paid more watching the neighbors kids!
Christine January 16, 2013 at 02:09 PM
Billy- Clearly your standards are why the Peabody schools are so terrible. Sometime with a degree may actually get in there and do some teaching, and may be better able to answer questions. Maybe not, but at least the mentality of "sitting reading the paper" wouldn't be so prevalent. Tht being said, they should be paid more $ with a college degree. I have friends subbing with a Masters Degree...that pay scale is a joke.
Saber Walsh January 16, 2013 at 02:15 PM
Sadly, the substitute who comes in and tries to pick up where the teacher was the day before has gone the way of the dodo. Only permanent substitutes bother. While I think the jobs should still go to those who are certified as teachers and maybe awaiting a job out there, Billy has a point: in practice it has become a joke.
Christine January 16, 2013 at 02:45 PM
Unfortunately, the job openings for full time teaching are given to those with political ties. If a certified teacher applies as a sub in hopes to bump up to a ft job, even if they are a long term sub, chances are not always in their favor...it's all who you know. Either way, they should be paid more as a per diem working with 20 kids a day.


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