806 North Washington
Bismarck ND 58501
About the Human Resources Office
The Human Resources Office provides leadership and specialized knowledge in human resources management to help the district maximize its effectiveness as an employer, and to help employees maximize their effectiveness for the district, in order to attain the vision that all students will graduate an be prepared for post-secondary education and the workplace.
The Human Resources Offices provides the public and employees with information on job openings, benefits, compensation packages, employment policies and procedures, employee relations, and staff development.
Job Opportunities (link)
Bismarck public school district employment information.
TalentEd Recruit & Hire (link)
The Bismarck Public School District uses an online application process. All external applicants must complete the online application to be considered for all job openings with BPS.
The link for the internal application is found in the upper right corner at the TalentEd Recruit & Hire site. Current BPS employees can complete the internal application to apply for positions in the same category as their current job (i.e., current contracted teachers applying for a different teaching position, support staff employees applying for a different support staff position, etc.). Temporary employees and substitutes, both regular and long term, are NOT considered internal applicants and should complete the external application to apply for posted positions.
Job Service North Dakota (link)
Job Service North Dakota provides customer-focused services to meet the current and emerging workforce needs of the state.
The Bismarck Public Schools has over 1,800 full-time, part-time and seasonal staff. For the 2013-14 school year there are 948 teachers, 82 professional support staff, 44 central office and building administrators and about 780 support staff.
As a growing school district we provide a wide variety of employment opportunities. The school district is a great place to work for individuals who want to make a positive impact with the youth in our community.
For the 2013-14 school year the district hired 75 teachers, three new principals, and numerous support staff. The 2013-14 teacher salary ranges from $40,170 for first year teachers with a bachelor's degree to $77,435 for teachers with a Masters+60/EDD and 25 years of experience. In 2014-15 the begining salary will be $42,605 and the top salary will be $79,435. Teachers, administrators, professional support staff and full-time support staff employees receive a comprehensive benefits package with medical, dental, vision and life insurance along with retirement benefit and paid time off. The salary schedules and information on the benefits are available on the district's website.
The district will begin to hire administrators and teachers for the 2014-15 school year in February. We hire support staff employees throughout the year.
Professional Excellence Program
Professional Excellence Program (link)
Members of the education profession each have their own set of highly complex set of practices. To promote excellence in education, the Bismarck Public School District gathered a committee of 15 individuals to design the Bismarck Public Schools Professional Excellence Frameworks, which was designed, using Frameworks for Teaching and Teacher Evaluation by Charlotte Danielson.
Staff Development (link)
The Bismarck Public School District strives to provide all staff with effective training and support professional growth that focuses on the knowledge, skills, and attitudes required of teachers, administrators and other school employees so all students have the opportunities to improve their learning.
Salary Schedules (link)
Employee Manuals & Negotiated Agreements
Employee Manuals & Negotiated Agreements (link)
Substitute Teacher Packet
Substitute Teacher Packet (pdf document)
File Size: 2001.58 kb
Important information for substitute teachers (pay schedule, school calendar, a listing of all the schools, etc.)