The Fond du Lac School District employs 803 full- and part-time staff members consisting of 535 certified teachers, 241 support staff, and 27 administrators.
It is the goal of the Human Resources department to provide for the following:1. The recruitment and selection of the very best available candidates for all open positions in the District.
2. To allocate human resources in a manner which makes the greatest contribution to the instructional program.
3. To provide an employment environment in which optimum staff performance and satisfaction is produced.
4. To promote healthy and positive employee/employer relations.
EMPLOYEE ACCESS - http://ea.fonddulac.k12.wi.us
THE APPLICATION PROCESS
The first step in the application process for a teaching or administrative position is to complete the on-line application which is found at the WECAN website, http://services.education.wisc.edu/wecan. When completing this application, please answer all questions and provide all relevant information possible. The more complete the application and the more information you provide, the more likely that your application will be considered.
Materials required in addition to the application are identified in the Post Application instructions. No application shall be considered complete if additional requested materials have not been provided. The District, in its discretion, may reject incomplete applications.
THE SELECTION PROCESS
The Fond du Lac School District uses a site-based hiring process. This process involves the building or department administrators of the areas in which the vacancies exist. You are not to contact these building/department administrators directly. These administrators review applications and other materials and make a determination as to the candidates they wish to interview. At the conclusion of the interview and screening process, the building or department administrator forwards a recommendation of employment to the Director of Human Resources. The Director of Human Resources reviews the recommendation and, in many cases, will set up a final interview with the recommended candidate. Following the final interview, if it is decided to make an offer of employment to the candidate, the Director of Human Resources will also review the Fond du Lac School District’s compensation and benefit packages and discuss various contingencies to the offer of employment.
The District reserves the right to modify the above hiring process.
THE OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT
The successful candidate for employment with the Fond du Lac School District will receive an offer of employment. That offer will be conditioned upon the candidate fulfilling the following:
- Successful completion of a post offer of employment physical. This process will include a drug screening. This is paid for by the District, provided the physical is completed by the medical practitioner of the District’s choice.
- Completion of the Federal I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification Form. This form must be completed within three (3) days of the candidate’s actual start date or sooner.
- Successful completion of a criminal background check. A criminal record does not automatically bar a candidate from employment, depending upon the circumstances of the conviction.
- Submission of original transcripts from both undergraduate and graduate institutions to verify salary schedule placement.
- Verification of a valid Department of Public Instruction license with the required certification for the position.
- Verification of prior employment and work experience.
- If the candidate is under contract with another district, submission of a document releasing the candidate from the contract of employment with that district.
- Board of Education action accepting the Director of Human Resource’s recommendation of employment of the candidate.
In some cases, the selected candidate may be asked to start working prior to fulfilling all of the above conditions to the offer of employment. Notwithstanding, the District reserves the right to modify the candidate’s salary schedule placement or withdraw the offer of employment if the conditions of the offer of employment are not fulfilled to the satisfaction of the District.
Your submission of the on-line application releases the District and anyone contacted as part of the reference process from any damages or liability incurred in obtaining and further disseminating reference check information.
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
Please advise us of any reasonable accommodation(s) you require in order to participate in our selection process.
It is the policy of the Fond du Lac School District, as required by state and federal law, along with exceptions and defenses as defined by law, that no person shall be subject to discrimination in employment on the basis of age, race, creed (religion), color, disability, marital status, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, arrest record, conviction record, membership in the National Guard, state defense force, or any military reserve unit, and the use or non-use of lawful products off the employer's premises during non-working hours.
The Fond du Lac School District does not have a specific employee dress code. However, it is the expectation of the District that all of its employees will dress in a manner which is appropriate to their position of employment. Further, the District expects that the manner of dress shall promote a professional atmosphere conducive to the educational process. The District reserves the right to require any employee to modify his or her attire if the District deems their dress to be inappropriate, unprofessional, and/or distractive to or disruptive of the educational process.
In consideration of the Fond du Lac School District's review of your application, you will be required to release from all liability and/or legal claims the Fond du Lac School District and every person seeking or providing information, whether it is oral or written. A photocopy and/or electronic version of the release shall be as valid as the original and may be relied upon by all persons providing information. Any misrepresentation, false statements, or omissions by you on your application or in any other aspect or portion of the hiring process, including after an offer of employment is made or after commencement of employment, will be sufficient reason for rejection of your application or dismissal at any time during employment without liability to the Fond du Lac School District.
For teachers, this is where you will begin the application process.
Below is the application to use when applying for other positions within the Fond du Lac School District (secretarial, custodial)
Substitute teaching packets, which include all of the forms you must complete for consideration as a Substitute Teacher, are available two ways. For individuals living in the Fond du Lac area, the packets are available for pickup at the reception area of the Fond du Lac School District Administration Center, 72 W. 9th Street, Fond du Lac, WI 54935. For individuals outside the Fond du Lac area, please contact Deb Olsen at 906-6507 and she will mail the information packet.
If you are hired as a Substitute Teacher, it is important that you read the Substitute Teacher Handbook prior to beginning employment with the District.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. When does the Fond du Lac School District begin hiring teachers for the next school year?
A. We begin hiring teachers as early as March and continue into the late summer until all positions are filled.
Q. How can I find out about job openings in the Fond du Lac School District?
A. Teaching and administrator positions will be posted on the WECAN-Wisconsin Education Career Access Network website.
Some support staff positions will be posted on the District’s website under the Job Vacancies heading below.
Substitute Teaching positions - The District accepts applications for substitute teachers year round.
The District also displays vacancies on the posting board at the Administration Center which is located at 72 West Ninth Street.
Q. Should I send letters and/or call building principals to ask about specific job openings?
A. No. Building principals will review applications and select the candidates to be interviewed.
Q. How long do you keep applications on file?
A. Applications for support staff vacancies are kept active for one year.
Q. Who should I contact if I have any questions about employment within the Fond du Lac School District?
A. You may call the Human Resources Office directly at (920) 906-6501.