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The Wilmington City School District serves nearly 3000 students in an environment of excellence. With our competitive salary and benefits package, a strong support staff, and tremendous community support, we feel that you'll be excited to join our team. 

 

Certified Openings (Teaching and Administrative positions) 

Classified Openings (Bus drivers, Paraprofessionals, food service, custodians, clerical) 

Substitute Teaching 

About our District and Certified Salary/Benefits

 

 

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Certified Openings

Applications for certified positions are handled through Frontline (Dayton Area SchoolConsortium). Just click the red “Apply” button to the right of any listing.

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Classified Openings

  • Transportation Supervisor (immediate opening - see job details here)
  • Bus Drivers: Earn $15.61/hour. The Wilmington City School District is currently seeking full-time school bus drivers. We will provide all required on-site paid training. Flexible training schedules available. Many of our current full-time drivers started as substitutes in the District.
  • Food Service - Substitutes: The Wilmington City School District is currently seeking substitutes in our Food Service Department. Hours are generally 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Substitute Custodians

Online Application Link  - Complete our online application, submit your resume, or both.

Print Application (pdf)* - Print the application for complete and mail to 341 S Nelson Ave, Wilmington, OH 45177. 

Classified Applications
Curt Bone, Dir. Business Operations
341 S Nelson Ave
Wilmington, OH 45177
937-283-7500
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Substitute Teaching

If you are interested in substitute teaching opportunities at Wilmington City Schools and/or other schools in the area, we encourage you to apply through the Substitute Teacher Consortium with the Southern Ohio Educational Service Center .

Contact:  Jennifer Ludwick – Hillsboro Office
Phone:  937-393-1331 ext. 3901
Email:  jludwick@southernohioesc.org

 

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About our District and Certified Salary/Benefits

Our District employs more than 300 staff members (195 certified) and provides a rich professional development program with ongoing support for our staff.

We offer ongoing training and development in numerous areas including the following:

  • Universal Design for Learning in our classrooms to ensure that each and every student is provided equal access to learning opportunities.

  • Positive Behavioral Intervention Supports (PBIS) to improve the overall climate at WCS

  • Trauma Informed Care that focuses on relationships and resiliency within our employees and students.

  • Restorative Practices to help build a sense of community, belonging, and interconnectedness.

  • Social-Emotional Learning

Teacher Professional Development

WCS provides a comprehensive growth development program for our teachers. We embed training and learning on Assessment Literacy, implementation of high quality standards-based instruction, PBIS, and Universal Design for Learning. We have Math and Literacy coaches dedicated to working with K-5 students, and strong instructional leaders to support teachers throughout the District.

Intervention Specialists

Intervention Specialists that are employed by WCS will receive additional training and support prior to the first day of school (and throughout the school year) on understanding Evaluation Team Reports (ETRs), writing compliant IEPs, ideas on how to efficiently and effectively progress monitor, and how to utilize ProgressBook to create IEPs/Progress Monitoring. We believe in an inclusive environment for students and embrace a strong co-teaching model.

Our Salary and Benefits

In addition to a strong support and training program for our teachers, WCS also provides a competitive salary and benefits package for our staff. 

Salary and Benefits 2019-2020

 

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*The Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex (including sexual orientation and transgender identity), disability, age, religion, military status, ancestry, genetic information (collectively, "Protected Classes"), or any other legally protected category, in its programs and activities, including employment opportunities.