Employment at Mid-State Education District
We are so excited to have you consider working for us!
We have many job opportunities available.
Mid-State Education Executive Director Search:
The MSED Governing Board is currently searching for a new Executive Director for the 2022-2023 School Year. The Governing Board has contracted with the Minnesota School Boards Association (MSBA) to provide guidance and assist the District in the search. Additional Information regarding the Executive Director Position can be found below!
Applicants MUST submit their application electronically via the Applitrack/Frontline portal. Please complete the following steps to ensure your application is complete:
Fill out the Application for Employment using the online application process link above.
Be sure to include any additional documentation with your application if applicable. (ie: letter of interest, copies of degree, transcripts, licenses, letters of reference) These application materials can be uploaded in the online application program.
Submit your application once finished, you should receive an email confirming your application was submitted successfully.
Your application will be reviewed and you will receive a call from our office to arrange an interview if your application meets the requirements for the position.
- If offered a position, a background check will be requested via email link. The cost is $25 to the applicant.
For questions about the application process or job postings, please call our office at (320) 631-2500
Why Work at Mid-State?
Mid-State Education is a great place to work! We offer many advantages to our employees:
Great working conditions
Professional development opportunities
Affordable insurance benefits available; including Medical, Dental, Vision, Life & Long-term Disability with district contribution, HSA & Flex spending
Retirement benefits including 403B plan
Located in the heart of Central Minnesota!
Disclosure: In addition to the federal laws and regulations, Minnesota state law (Statute 123B.03 - Background Check) requires written notification before the information for the background check is gathered. This notification must include a place for the subject of the check to sign to formally authorize the release of detailed personal information to the investigating agency. If the background check is performed as part of an employment interview process, the form must include a check box for the applicant to request a copy of any information gleaned as part of the background check process.
Mid-State Education District #6979 is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, religion, national origin or sex in violation of Title VII. Mid-State prohibits discrimination against employees, applicants for employment and students on the basis of age, color, disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran’s status.