Employment

Vacancies

Instructional
School Social Worker
The Deposit Central School District has an anticipated vacancy for a School Social Worker. MSW required, LCSW preferred. Please submit cover letter, resume, transcripts, and 3 current letters of recommendation. Salary and benefits based on the DTA agreement.
Business Teacher
The Deposit Central School District has an anticipated BusinessTeacher Vacancy. All applicants must hold NYS Certification in Business. Please submit a cover letter, resume, transcript and 3 current letters of reference. Salary and benefits based on DTA contract.
Literacy Intervention Teacher K-2
The Deposit Central School District has an opening for a Literacy Specialist (K-2). The ideal candidate will have experience delivering literacy interventions both in and out of the regular education classroom. Experience with staff development and/or peer coaching is preferred. Literacy B-6 certification is required. Interested candidates should submit a current resume, cover letter, official transcripts and 3 letters of recommendation. Salary and benefits based on DTA contract.  
Substitute Teachers
(Certified and Non-Certified)
  • Qualified candidates are encouraged to submit a complete application packet (see information at right). Candidates who do not have an up-to-date resume may choose to submit a Deposit CSD Application.
  • If you submit your documents electronically, you can submit copies of your transcripts but official copies will need to follow.
 
 
Support Staff
Continuous Employment
The District continuously accepts applications for substitute food service helpers, aides, and bus drivers.
 
Please fill out the Broome County Application for employment and return to Deposit Central School. Three letters of recommendation are also required.

The school district does not discriminate in employment or in the education programs or activities which it operates on the basis of sex, race, color, or disability in violation of Title VII or the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972, or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.