• Employment Opportunities

    CUSD 200 is always seeking talent and skills to support our important work with students. We invite you to submit an online application, or to apply for a position currently available at Community Unit School District 200.

    Click HERE for a list of current job openings.
    INTERNAL APPLICANTS: click here
     
    Community Unit School District 200 strictly adheres to an online application process. If you are interested in applying for employment, you must complete the online application. Once you submit your online application, it will be available for review by our principals and other administrative staff.  Due to the volume of applicants, we are unable to respond to inquiries regarding your online application or discuss available positions.  Please do not mail or bring transcripts, résumé, letters of recommendation or additional documentation to the district unless it is requested. 
  • Community Unit School District 200 a community of high-achieving learners
    District 200 is a diverse, high-achieving community of learners. There are 67 different languages that students speak in District 200. Our community has families from across the socioeconomic continuum where 27% of our students receive free or reduced-price meals. Our goal is to foster a professional workplace environment and hire employees who embrace and support the diversity and needs of our students, employees and community. We offer equal employment opportunity for qualified individuals regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, order of protection status, marital status, disability, military status, sexual orientation, pregnancy, citizenship, gender identity or unfavorable military discharge. Consistent with Title IX requirements, District 200 does not discriminate on the basis of sex, including in admission or employment. Information about our Title IX Coordinator and Title IX procedures are available at this link, and questions about Title IX may be directed to the Title IX Coordinator or the Department of Education’s Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights.
Last Modified on June 23, 2021