Human Resources

Equal Opportunity

The Bexley City School District provides equal education, counseling, extracurricular, and employment opportunities to all students, employees, and job applicants. These equal opportunities exist without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender, handicapping condition, or limited English skill.

Substitute Teaching and Special Education Aides

Bexley hires substitute teachers and special education aides through the Educational Service Center of Central Ohio (ESCCO). The ESCCO facilitates both position applications, orientation, background checks, AESOP registration, and payroll. Please visit the ESCCO website link below for detailed information and applications. In completing the application, be sure to indicate Bexley City School District on the required Preference List.

ESC will be hosting on-site application sessions for anyone interested in completing their application in-person.  Dates are September 7, 14, 28 and October 5, 12 and 26.  Contact ESC on how to register for these in-person application sessions.


Please note: Any substitute teacher who has not been paid by the ESCCO during the past school year is considered a NEW substitute and must submit the ESCCO Job 3955 application and attachments.

RETURNING substitute teachers (that have been paid by the ESCCO during the past school year) must submit the ESCCO Job 3954 application to reactivate your status.

Questions regarding substitute teaching for Bexley may be directed to [email protected] or phone at: 614-445-3750.

Special Education Aides work directly with students with disabilities.  Preference given to candidates with Paraprofessional license and experience working with students with disabilities. 

Job Summary:
Work under the direction of an Intervention Specialist to assist students with disabilities.   Responsibilities will include support with academic, behavioral, and adaptive daily living skills. 

Qualifications:
Must have or be eligible to obtain an Educational Aide license through the Ohio Department of Education.

Rate of Pay:
Experience in related field will be considered in determining beginning rate of pay.  

Click here to begin your ESCCO Special Education Aide Application.  Questions please reach our to ESCCO by email at: [email protected]  or phone at: 614-445-3750.
 
For all positions listed:
  • Minority applicants encouraged to apply
  • Successful experience working with diverse populations
  • Capacity to maximize the cultural capital of their students
  • Experience with effective implementation of culturally relevant pedagogy (CRP)
  • Demonstrated ability to build rapport and trust within diverse communities
  • Ability to make content understandable and culturally relevant
  • Ability to motivate and engage diverse students

OAPSE Employees

The Bexley City School District Board of Education and the Ohio Association of Public School Employees (OAPSE)/ AFSCME Local 4/AFL-CIO and its Local #123 agreed to the following Contract (2017-2020).

Title IX Training

September 15, 2022: Title IX Coordinators Investigators & Decision-Makers Training 

January 21, 2022: Title IX Informal Resolution Officer Training

January 19, 2022: Title IX Report Writing Training

January 19, 2022: Title IX Decision Maker Training

January 14, 2022: Title IX Investigator Training

January 12, 2022: Title IX Coordinator Training

January 10, 2022: General Title IX Training

October 28, 2020: Title IX Regulations Training

 

 

Bexley Title IX Training

September 15, 2022, Administrator Training: Title IX Regulations and Training Certificate

October 28, 2020, Administrator Training: Title IX Regulations Training

Director of Employee Relations and Human Resources

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Melissa Klosterman-Lando is the Director of Employee Relations and Human Resources for Bexley City Schools. Melissa earned her Bachelor's Degree in both Elementary and Special Education from The University of Dayton. She received her Master's Degree from Antioch University in Educational Leadership and Change and has completed post-graduate work in Educational Policy and Leadership at The Ohio State University. She is currently completing coursework towards her Superintendent's license from Ashland University. She has worked in Hilliard City School District and Dublin City Schools as an elementary and high school educator, Intervention Specialist, Student Services/Special Education Coordinator, and Assistant Principal. Most recently, she has served as the Principal at Montrose Elementary in Bexley City Schools. She is passionate about creating joy and a sense of belonging in the workplace as well as ensuring processes that maximize efficiency, cultivate inclusion, and provide relevant professional development.