Employment

Why work in Wayland?

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Dr. Christie Harvey, Principal, Claypit Hill School 

“In Wayland, educators are committed to excellence for every single student each and every day.  It is incredibly rewarding to work with teams of talented and dedicated professionals who truly care about the academic success and social-emotional well-being of all students.”

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JaNae Hood, METCO Coordinator, Wayland Middle School

I work in Wayland because I am surrounded by educators who are dedicated to helping students learn, and grow into global citizens. More importantly, I feel supported and know that I am a valued member of the Wayland Middle School community.” 

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John McCoy, Special Education, Wayland Middle School

“As I approach my 18th year as a special educator, I have never felt so grateful to be part of such an inclusive and supportive community.”

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Amy Pohl, Music Teacher, Happy Hollow School

“I enjoy being part of a special community of teachers who are supportive, dedicated, and passionate.  Just as important, the community, staff, and students recognize the importance and power of the arts.”

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Jake Montwieler, S.S. Curriculum Leader, Wayland Middle School

“Year after year, I return to Wayland because our school system is a place where I continue to grow as a teacher and as a person. This is a place where we strive to work hard, to analyze problems together, and to create a true community where we all feel a deep sense of belonging."

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Allison Mizoguchi, Principal, Wayland High School

“I have worked in Wayland for over 20 years as a teacher and administrator, and I feel very fortunate to have found such a supportive and invigorating professional home. This is truly a special place to learn and grow as an educator with colleagues who care deeply about their work.”

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Sarah Pesaturo, Social Studies, Wayland High School

“As a younger teacher, it was important for me to work in a district that valued the professional knowledge I brought to the table, while also allowing me the space to grow as an educator. This type of support has allowed me to grow into a more confident teacher and feel welcomed into this community.”

All applications for open positions must be submitted online through SchoolSpring. Click on Job Opportunities in the navigation pane to the left to go directly to the Wayland/SchoolSpring portal to view and apply for any open positions. To create your free SchoolSpring account, go to www.schoolspring.com.
 
Those selected as finalists for full- and part-time positions will be required to complete a Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) request form and present a government-issued photo I.D. at the time of the finalist interview.  Employment will be contingent upon favorable review of the CORI and the national criminal background check through the Statewide Applicant Fingerprint Identification Services (SAFIS) Program.


   

The Wayland Public Schools is an equal opportunity employer which actively seeks to increase the diversity of its work force and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, homelessness, or disability in admission to, access to, employment in, or treatment in its programs and activities. The Wayland Public Schools System is committed to maintaining a harassment-free school environment.


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