North St. Paul - Maplewood - Oakdale Schools (ISD622)
Welcome to the North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District – “We commit each day to develop and empower lifelong learners who thrive in diverse communities.” With this mission in mind, District 622 provides life-long educational opportunities for residents of all ages.
Encompassing 42-square miles, District 622 includes all or portions of seven communities within the Twin Cities metropolitan area – North St. Paul, Maplewood, Oakdale, Lake Elmo, Landfall, Pine Springs and Woodbury.
Serving more than 81,000 residents, the district includes nine elementary schools (K-5), two middle schools (6-8), two high schools (9-12), an online school (K-12), two early childhood education centers, a learning center, a transition program and a senior center. The district’s wide-variety of Community Education programs serve residents of all ages.
Residents of the North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District community can be proud of the high-quality programs and services the district provides. From highly trained early-childhood professionals in our District 622 Preschool, to nationally-recognized programs at the high school level, District 622 is always striving to be the best.
The efforts of a high-quality staff are visible in student success. District 622 students regularly receive national and state recognition for achievement in arts, academics, community service and athletics.
District/Organization hiring and interviewing instructions and processes for candidates:
ISD 622’s method for receiving resumes is via our online application portal. Apply for a job online on our website. When applying online, your resume is sent directly to our recruitment database, which is accessed by human resources and hiring supervisors. You will automatically receive an acknowledgement that will confirm the receipt of your resume.
If the posting requires supplementary materials such as letters of recommendation or a copy of your teaching license, these need to be attached to your application electronically by the posted deadline date, if any. Due to legal considerations, we cannot consider your application unless required supplementary materials are submitted by the posted deadline.
Specific information regarding wages and benefits can be found in bargaining unit labor agreements. These can be viewed via the "Labor Agreement" page. Most district jobs carry some insurance benefits, but this is not true for all jobs.
For almost every position, candidates will be interviewed by one or more district staff before a hiring decision will be made.