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New Applicants & Current CISD Substitutes :
 
Current CISD Employees:
(You must use your district user id and password)

Jobline Application Requirements

Online Applicants:
Please include the required documents as an attachment when you apply. * See required documents below.

Please be aware that your application will become inactive 180 days after the initial day of the application.

All applications must be submitted on-line.

Required Professional Vacancy Documents must be attached to the application by the applicant
  1. Two letters of recommendation from previous employers
  2. Copies of valid teaching certificate, Texas or out-of-state (front and back), or credentials indicating eligibility to obtain one.
  3. Copies of college transcripts (official transcripts upon employment)
  4. Teacher Service Record
  5. Copies of teacher evaluations (previous three years)
  6. Signed release for criminal record (Available on the Human Resources Forms page)
Required Summer & Support Vacancy Documents must be attached to the application by the applicant
  1. Two letters of recommendation from previous employers
  2. Original High School diploma or GED equivalent and a copy
  3. Copies of college transcripts (official transcripts upon employment)
  4. All instructional paraprofessionals in our Title I schools must have completed 48 college hours or an Associate's degree.
  5. Signed release for criminal record and reference checks (Available on the Human Resources Forms page)
  6. CDL and/or Food Handler's Card if required for the position applying for.
  7. General testing is required on paraprofessional vacancies.
  8. Clerical testing is required on clerical vacancies.
    NOTE:There is a one month (4 weeks) waiting period between clerical test retakes.

Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Please complete all sections of the application including the work history.

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

According to the No Child Left Behind Act, all teachers hired in our Title I schools must be Texas teacher certified or to be enrolled in an Alternative Certification and passed the content area test (ExCET/TExes). All schools in the district operate a Title I School wide Program.