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Minneapolis Public Schools

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mpls.k12.mn.us

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Minneapolis Public Schools

District/Organization Description:

Our Mission
To ensure high academic achievement of all MPS students by recruiting, selecting, retaining and supporting a diverse and highly talented staff.

Our Vision
To become a dynamic, forward-thinking HR Division that models accountability and exemplary service.

What We Do
Talent Acquisition's responsibilities include developing a strategic approach to identify, attract and on-board top talent and effectively meet the District's dynamic staffing needs.
Employee Relations areas of work include: Discipline, Grievances, Contract Administration, and Contract Negotiations
Talent Management
Performance Management includes all evaluation systems in MPS. Human Capital Data Analysis will help us use all the performance information we collect to make smarter decisions on staff hiring, professional development and retention.
Quality Compensation (Qcomp) is a state funded grant program that provides nearly $92 million annually to fund annually to fund programs that support teachers to advance student achievement.
Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS)
Instructional Specialists (IS) conduct secondary observations (including pre- and post-observation conferences) utilizing the Standards of Effective Instruction (SOEI) as part of the MPS teacher evaluation model. In addition to secondary observations, IS also coach and connect teachers to resources, co-teach and model teaching strategies, design and deliver professional development modules to schools based on needs, and help facilitate Profession al Learning Communities or data cycles.
Peer Assistance and Review (PAR) mentors includes new teacher induction and mentoring, tenured teacher mentoring, professional development process and professional services support. PAR Mentors assist teachers with development of Professional Development Plan (PDP) and team, connect teachers to resources, support with implementation of Focused Instructional materials and resources, share teaching strategies and best practices.

District/Organization hiring and interviewing instructions and processes for candidates:

ON A MISSION TO DRIVE CHANGE, EDUCATE, & INSPIRE!

Our greatest priority today is to intentionally attract, develop, and retain an all-inclusive diverse workforce that supports students first. If you are passionate affirming cultural ethnic backgrounds and committed to teaching for the long term, MPS is seeking YOU!

As we celebrate all cultures, identities, differences, and cultivate relationships among students and staff of all backgrounds, we greatly thank you for choosing MPS as an 'Employer of Choice' in 2022.

Current MPS employees, view/apply for jobs on our internal site
Prospective MPS candidates (as well as employees on a leave of absence, substitute/reserve teachers, temporary employees & athletic coaches) view/apply for jobs on our external site

Licensure Areas Typically Hiring For:

Teaching Licenses (Elementary Education, Mathematics, Social Studies, etc.)| Career and Technical Education (CTE)| Special Education| Administrative and Other Roles

Teaching Licenses:

Adult Basic Education| Agriculture Education| American Indian Language, History, and Culture| Bilingual-Bicultural (Endorsement)| Business Education| Communication Arts and Literature| Communication Arts and Literature: Middle Level (Endorsement)| Dance| Dance and Theatre Arts| Driver and Traffic Safety| Early Childhood| Elementary Education| English as a Second Language| Family and Consumer Science| Health Education| K-8 World Language and Culture (Endorsement)| Library Media Specialist| Mathematics| Mathematics: Middle Level (Endorsement)| Music: Instrumental and Classroom Music| Music: Vocal and Classroom Music| Parent and Family Education| Physical Education| Preprimary (Endorsement)| Reading (Endorsement)| Reading Leader (Endorsement)| Science: Chemistry| Science: Earth and Space Science| Science: General Science (Science 5-8)| Science: General Science: Middle Level (Science 5-8) (Endorsement)| Science: Life Sciences| Science: Physics| Social Studies| Social Studies: Middle Level (Endorsement)| Technology| Theatre Arts| Visual Arts| World Languages and Cultures| Other - All

Career and Technical Education:

Career and Technical Education Accommodation Specialist (Endorsement)| Computer, Keyboarding, and Related Technology Applications (Endorsement)| CTE: Communications Technology Careers| CTE: Construction Careers| CTE: Creative Design Careers| CTE: Early Childhood Careers| CTE: Hospitality Careers| CTE: Manufacturing Careers| CTE: Medical Careers| CTE: Transportation Careers| Teacher/Coordinator of Work Based Learning (Endorsement)

Special Education:

Special Education: Academic and Behavioral Strategist (mild to moderate only)| Special Education: Autism Spectrum Disorders| Special Education: Blind or Visually Impaired| Special Education: Deaf or Hard of Hearing| Special Education: Developmental Adapted Physical Education (Endorsement)| Special Education: Developmental Disabilities| Special Education: Early Childhood| Special Education: Emotional Behavioral Disorders| Special Education: Learning Disabilities| Special Education: Oral/Aural Education| Special Education: Physical and Health Disabilities

Administrative and Other Roles:

Director of Community Education| Director of Special Education| Principal (K-12)| School Counselor| School Nurse| School Psychologist| School Social Worker| Speech-Language Pathologist| Superintendent

Contact Information

Cierra

Burnaugh

Human Resources Recruitment Coordinator

612-668-0500

Minneapolis Public Schools

1250 West Boradway Ave North

Minneapolis

Minnesota

55411