Listed below are the types of employment opportunities that exist within the White Plains Public School District. Please take time to read about our screening process, found at the bottom of this page, for certified staff. Also, please take a look at our benefits page to see the various benefit offerings available for those working in our school district as certified and classified staff.
Assistant Principals, Building Principals, Coordinators, and District Level Administrators
Teachers and Teaching Assistants
Buildings and Grounds, Cafeteria Recess Monitors, Clerical Support, Custodial Workers, Food Service Workers, Security Assistants, and School Nurses
Per Diem Substitute Teachers and Permanent Building Substitute Teachers
All applicants must apply online at:
The Recruitment and Selection Process for Certified Staff
Applicants with completed files will be screened according to established criteria for each position. An interview team will select the candidates for interviews. Generally, 8-12 candidates will be contacted for each vacancy. The process consists of the following 3 components:
I. Interview: Interviews generally consist of a formal interview with a diverse interview committee lasting approximately 45 minutes.
II. Writing Sample: You will be requested to respond to specific questions/topics. III. Demonstration Lesson:
After the initial interview and writing sample, two to three semi-finalist candidates will be requested to return to the district to perform a demonstration lesson.
IV. Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources Interviews Semi-Finalists
V. Recommendation to Board of Education:
The selected candidate will be offered the position and their file will be presented to the Board of Education for approval at the next regularly scheduled meeting. After Board of Education action, all applicants who were interviewed will be notified by letter that the position has been filled. Back to top menu
White Plains City School District does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, creed, color, national origin, sexual orientation, military status, sex, disability, religion, or marital status. Any individual who believes that his or her employment rights have been violated may file a charge of discrimination with the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Inquiries or complaints concerning this policy of equal opportunity should be made to the Title IX and Section 504 Coordinator for the White Plains City School District,, 5 Homeside Lane, White Plains, NY 10605. (914) 422-2000.
The mission of the White Plains City School District is to educate and inspire all students, while nurturing their dreams, so they learn continually, think critically, pursue their aspirations and contribute to a diverse and dynamic world.