Employment

All openings are posted at talentED.com which is accessed by clicking on this link - TALENT ED

Contact HR Secretary Rebecca Stewart, Email rstewart@burlingtonk12.org for questions or to submit applications that are not submitted on Talent ED. Please feel free to fill out an application with the required documents attached to Rebecca, we do not require you to use Talent ED.

Burlington is located along I-70 approximately 13 miles from the Kansas border. We are a 2 hour drive from the Denver metro area, although we have great amenities. Our school district has approximately 760 students, with grade levels between 40 and 65 students and class sizes normally in the teens to low 20's. We are a small school with strong traditions and solid community support. We have a supportive school board who, along with the superintendent, have worked to raise our base salary to attract quality teachers. We also offer a single health insurance fully paid by the district.

Employment opportunities for 2022-2023

Elementary School Teacher

Elementary SPED Para

Secondary Teacher

Middle School Principal

Middle School PE Teacher

5th-6th Grade Middle School Language Arts Teacher

High School Administrative Assistant

High School Language Arts Teacher

High School Chemistry Teacher

High School Biology Teacher

High School Custodian

Elementary School Custodian

Bus Route Driver

Coaching Positions

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Middle School Principal for 22-23

Burlington School District is looking for highly professional & educational leadership for the 2022-2023 school year at the middle school for 5th-8th grade students, with unquestioned personal integrity, a proven record of success in developing collaborative relationships that result in academic excellence, a commitment to continuous improvement of student learning, and a belief that all students can learn and be successful.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

* Development, implementation, evaluation and improvement of curriculum and assessment program

* Commitment to students, professional ideals and ethical standards in pursuit of educational excellence

* Implementation of high standards and strategies appropriate to the needs of students served

* Support of the mission, core values and goals of Burlington School District

* Demonstrates high expectations for all students and staff and provides support required to attain high expectations * Knowledgeable in school reform research, special education law, and in dealing with at risk population

* Ensure a safe and nurturing environment for students, staff, and families

* Leader of building and district professional development

* Conduct classroom observations to analyze instruction, and supervise staff to ensure continuous improvement in teaching

and learning

* Evaluation and supervision of staff

* Manage all building level discipline

* Collaboration with Data Team

* Reports to Superintendent of Schools

Burlington School District is on a 4-day week from Monday - Thursday and is an amazing place to work, our class sizes are small and our teachers work together to meet the needs of all our students. We value hard work and high standards of excellence. We have 3 schools and serve around 760 students PK-12.

For more information please email Superintendent, Shane Walkinshaw at swalkinshaw@burlingtonk12.org Open until filled.


No otherwise qualified student, employee, applicant for employment or member of the public shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to unlawful discrimination under any district program or activity on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, creed, religion, sex (which includes marital status), sexual orientation, gender, disability or need for special education services. Discrimination against employees and applicants for employment based on age and genetic information is also prohibited in accordance with the state and/or federal law. Inquiries concerning these non-discrimination policies or grievances contact, Superintendent of Schools at 2600 Rose Ave., Burlington, CO. 80807, 719-346-8737.
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Contact HR Secretary Rebecca Stewart, Email rstewart@burlingtonk12.org for questions or submit applications.