Current Employment Openings
The Baltic School District has the following opening for the 2020-21 school year.
We are currently searching for a special education teacher assistant for the upcoming school year. Hours will vary slightly depending on the specific duties, but the start time will be from 7:40 am to 8:00 am and the end time from 3:30 pm-4:00 pm with a minimum of 7 paid hours per day. This is an hourly position with the hourly rate dependent on the education and experience of the person hired. Two or more years of post-secondary education is desired but not required, and all applicants with a high school diploma will be considered. This 9-month school year position includes benefits such as sick leave, health insurance, paid holidays, and state retirement. Ideally, the person would start on August 13th with some flexibility on the start date for those who may need to give notice to a current employer.
To apply, submit a resume and Baltic School District Non-Certified Employment Application (attached) to Supt. Bob Sittig, Baltic School District, PO Box 309, Baltic, SD 57003, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. EOE. The position will be filled as soon as a qualified applicant is found, so don't delay applying if you are interested.
Apply by sending a letter of application, resume, Baltic School District teacher application (available at www.balticschool.org), teacher certificate, and a minimum of three reference letters to Supt. Bob Sittig, Baltic School District, PO Box 309, Baltic, SD 57003, or email application materials to Robert.email@example.com. EOE.
Make Your Career "Making a Difference"
With more than 500 students, there’s an opportunity for everyone to find their place in BHS. We are proud of the achievements we’ve made and ambitions we have to continue improving public education, and although the work is big, no job is too small to make it count. Our roles may vary, but one thing is always the same – our shared passion to have a meaningful impact on the lives of our students. While our team members come from different backgrounds, we all came here for the same reasons and if you ask around, it’s also why we stay.
Our vision is clear, to "Prepare all students to be successful in life". We are passionate about having a meaningful impact and know the work we do today is building a better tomorrow. For us, it’s more than just a job. It’s a commitment to our kids and it drives us.
Submit resume and Baltic School District Non-Teaching Application accessible on the school website at www.balticschool.org under the Central Administration tab (or by request) to
Supt. Bob Sittig
Baltic School District
PO Box 309
Baltic, SD 57003
or email materials to Robert.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers who have regular unsupervised direct student responsibilities two or more times a year must be officially approved by the school district.
Following is the part of our policy that addresses how the background checks work.
"A prospective employee or volunteer shall pay any fees charged for the cost of fingerprinting or the criminal background investigation for any person whose employment with the District or status as a volunteer who has been approved by the District to have regular unsupervised direct student responsibilities two or more times in a school year is subject to the requirements of this section. The District will reimburse the employee or volunteer for the cost of fingerprinting or the criminal background investigation once it is determined that no disqualifying record exists that would prohibit the person from working in the District as an employee or volunteer."
If you are interested in volunteering with the Baltic School District, please contact:
Superintendent Bob Sittig