"I've worked as a classified substitute, Transitional Program Assistant, Office Assistant II and IV. I've loved every position I've held within the district and have received nothing but support in my desire to advance in my career."- ARAN REDDING, OFFICE ASSISTANT
Our support staff are the backbone of our district.
Our support staff are a vital part of our students' educational experience. They are often the first people that our students see each morning and the last people that they see each afternoon. Support positions encompass a wide variety of jobs — some inside of our schools and some at the district office or other district facilities. Some are licensed educational professionals — like school counselors, nurses, psychologists and social workers. Others are non-licensed professionals like custodians, information technology specialists, maintenance workers, nutrition services workers, office assistants and teaching assistants (also known as paraeducators). And still others have non-educational licenses — like bus drivers. Some support staff are represented by the Beaverton Education Association (BEA); others are represented by the Oregon School Employees Association (OSEA).
No matter their roles, our support staff ensure the safe, efficient and smooth operation of our schools.
In honor of National School Library Month, let's meet Tina Oki Le, the Library Media Assistant at Jacob Wismer Elementary.
It's Classified Employee Appreciation Week here at Beaverton School District. We want to introduce you to Karen Waldum.
Counselors are an integral part of our school staff. As we celebrate National School Counseling Week, we're highlighting the counseling team at Mountain View Middle School.
In honor of National Custodian Day on October 2, we want to give a shoutout to all our hardworking custodians, including Cody Miklich-Rizzo at Five Oaks Middle School. Make sure to thank your school's custodian today!
What's your why? Raleigh Park library media assistant Judy Lowe shares what she loves about her job and her students. Take a look!
What's your why? Sexton Mountain technology instructional assistant Geralyn Ingalls leads students through an art project and shares why she loves her job. Take a look!
What's your "why"? We put that question to Lourdes Bosquez, a paraeducator at Rock Creek Elementary. Hear her inspiring answer!
We talk to Kinnaman school social worker Laura Bond to discover the "why" behind what she does for her students and community.
SUBSTITUTE SUPPORT POSITIONS
The Beaverton School District is always looking for individuals who are willing to serve as substitutes in support positions. Whether you're new to the workforce and sampling jobs in education or you're retired and looking for supplemental income, we have a job for you!
Substitute Bus Driver Substitute Custodial
Please watch our video to learn more about living and working in the Beaverton School District.
BSD Career Interest Form
Interested in working for BSD but don't see appropriate positions currently available?
Let us know!