Employment

EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION & JOB OPENINGS

Current Open Positions

Pine Eagle School District is accepting applications for licensed teaching positions.

7th-12th CTE/FFA Certified Teacher

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Pine Eagle School District is accepting applications for classified positions:

Bus Driver - Part Time

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High School Girls Basketball Coach

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High School Assistant Wrestling Coach

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Junior High Wrestling Coach

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Substitute Teacher

We are always accepting applications for this position.


Substitute Bus Driver

We are always accepting applications for this position.


Successful candidates will be contacted for interviews.

Applying?

APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

 

 

Applications will be accepted until filled. Compensation will be based on experience and placement on the Salary Schedule. If you have questions please contact the district at the number below.

 

ATTN: Cammie deCastro or Morgan Gover
Pine Eagle School District
hr@pineeaglesd.org

541-742-2550


375 N Main Street
Halfway, OR 97834

Pine Eagle’s faculty and staff are collaborative, innovative, diverse, and welcoming.

 

What do Pine Eagle employees like about working here? Ask them, and you’ll hear about the stimulation of collaborating with talented colleagues; a school culture that places a high value on best practices in pedagogy and scholarship; the administration’s support of innovative, often interdisciplinary, new course ideas; and parents’ and guardians’ deep commitment to supporting both students and teachers. Most of all, they speak of the professional and personal reward of teaching and working on behalf of our bright, motivated, and multitalented students.

 

Faculty and staff play many roles at Pine Eagle: They are teachers, advisors, leaders, coaches, experts in their fields, volunteers, and individuals committed to learning about and honoring cultural, racial and social differences. Pine Eagle’s distributed leadership model promotes a culture of shared leadership and responsibility, by extending the work of faculty beyond the classroom and advisory. All faculty support key aspects of school life, including advising student clubs, serving on committees, and coordinating grade-level programs.

 

Salary and benefits

 

Pine Eagle School is committed to attracting and retaining outstanding candidates. We provide a competitive compensation package. Faculty salaries are benchmarked against the nation’s top independent schools and are competitive with local public schools.

 

Benefits for all employees include:

§    4-day work week.

§    Employer-paid stipend toward medical/vision/dental ($1600/mo. for 2021-2022).

§    Employer-paid Life Insurance.

§    Employee assistance program to help with personal issues.

§    Flexible spending accounts.

§    Free Breakfast & lunch.

§    Free parking.

§    Computer loan program.

§    Paid holidays and vacation.

§    Paid Personal Leave.


Equity and Inclusion

 

We believe that every person plays a role in making Pine Eagle a diverse, equitable, and inclusive place to learn, teach, and work. We practice inclusive hiring processes to attract a wide range of highly-qualified candidates from a variety of cultural, racial, and economic backgrounds, with a goal of having a faculty that represents the diversity of our student population.

 

Professional Development

 

Pine Eagle has abundant resources to help our employees develop skills that support academic and institutional excellence. Opportunities include but are not limited to:

Robust faculty evaluation program and individualized three-year development plan.

Professional development days.

Summer curriculum and technology grants.

Funds for staff career and skills development.

Degree advancement program.

 

Mentoring

 

Pine Eagle’s mentoring program provides an introduction for new Pine Eagle employees. Mentors empower and support new faculty and staff as they enter and contribute to the school community; provide guidance in navigating school policies, procedures, and cultural nuances; and offer themselves as a confidential sounding board and resource.

 

I’ve gotten a lot of support, especially through the mentor program. I feel like I can ask my mentor whatever I want. I also feel like my department head is very much there for me. There are still things I’m figuring out but I feel like I have resources to show me the way.

 

– Robert Mattox, COMPUTER SCIENCE TEACHER

 

Many Ways to Get Involved

 

Through participating in a wide range of programs, our faculty and staff can connect with students and other adults, and experience Pine Eagle in a whole new way. Beyond distributed leadership roles for faculty, school-year opportunities available for faculty and staff include: athletic coaching; outdoor trip leader; and committee membership. Summer opportunities include: teaching in Pine Eagle Summer School Programs.

  

Applicant Data Privacy Policy

 

Pine Eagle School is committed to protecting the privacy and integrity of your personal information. The school does not market, trade, or otherwise share applicants' personal information with any organization or reporting service unless noted below. The school will limit its use of contact information of applicants for these purposes only: Review of credentials provided by the applicant, communication with applicants, internal communication with hiring personnel, screening checks for applicants who are offered a position and accepted by the applicant, and internal recordkeeping. By giving us your information, you are agreeing to this privacy policy and giving us permission to use your information for the stated purposes. If you have any questions about this privacy policy, please contact Human Resources at 541-742-2550.

Pine Eagle School District and Charter School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, disability, marital status, age or sex in providing employment, education or access to education services, activities and programs in accordance with Title VI, Title VII, Title IX and other civil rights and discrimination issues; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; and the Americans with Disabilities Act.