The Human Resources Office is located at 1415 N 26th Street. Please park in the lot and enter through door 5. We are open from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm. (816) 671-4002
The St. Joseph School District is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based on age, disability, genetic information, national origin, pregnancy, race/color, religion or sex.
Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources
Human Resources Manager
Human Resources Specialist - Substitute Coordinator
Human Resources Generalist
Human Resources Specialist - Benefits Manager
- Become a District Substitute
- Compliance Training
- Employee Access Center
- Employee Verifications
- Employee Work Calendars
- Frontline Absence Management
- Grow Your Own Program
- Pathway to Teaching Program
- Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
- Volunteering and Mentoring
- Worker's Compensation/Employee Accidents
The St. Joseph School District contracts their Substitute Teachers through EduStaff.
Interested in working as a Substitute Teacher?
Please apply using the following instructions:
- Go to EDUStaff
- Top right hand corner, click on "Start Application"
- Complete the online application
Questions or concerns? Call EDUStaff at (877) 974-6338.
Welcome to the Employee Access Center. Follow the link to access paystubs, W-2s and other payroll information. You can also update demographics such as address and phone number. Any changes made in the demographic information section is sent automatically to Human Resources.
You will use your email login information to access the EAC.
User ID is your Employee ID#.
If this is your first time logging in as a new employee, please use the last 4 digits of your social security number as the password. The system will then prompt you to create a new password and set-up security questions.
Forgot password? Please use the "Forgot your password" link.
Anyone in the Human Resources Department can help you confirm dates of employment of current or previous employees. Call (816) 671-4000 and ask for Human Resources.
If you require salary information, please fax a written request to Payroll (Attn: Erin Roberts)
Frontline Absence Management is used for creating absences and if needed, requesting a substitute teacher. You will also be able to see your new leave balances at the beginning of the year, as well as track leave used throughout the year.
For questions, please call Human Resources at (816)671-4002.
Opportunity for High School Seniors Interested in Becoming a Teacher for the St. Joseph School District
Recipients may :
- Receive up to $4,000 per year for four years
- Receive the opportunity for professional development during the summer
- Be hired to teach for the St. Joseph School District once the student graduates from college and becomes a certified teacher
To apply, students MUST:
- Be a BHS, CHS, or LHS senior
- Have a 2.7 GPA or higher
- Have a composite score of 18 or higher on the ACT
- Complete and sign the applicant form
- Write a personal statement (1-2 pages) describing educational goals and interest in teaching for the St. Joseph School District
- Provide three letters of reference
Once Selected, Recipients are Required to:
- Attend a college or university and major in a program of study that will lead to teacher certification.
- Maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.50 or above
- Graduate with a degree in education and become certified to teach
- Teach for the St. Joseph School District at least one (1) year for every year of participation in the Grow Your Own program.
**More requirements apply within official recipient agreement
Pathway to Teaching was created to assist current employees who have a bachelor’s degree in something other than education who might want to become certified teachers. This is a competitive process. Qualified employees will need to submit an application, write a personal statement, and submit letters of reference. From the pool of applicants, finalists will be chosen to participate in an interview. The award recipients will be selected from the candidates chosen for an interview.
Once admitted to the program, participants will receive up to $4,000 annually from the district for up to two years to assist with the costs of obtaining teaching certification at an approved college or university. Participants will receive this financial assistance in return for a commitment to teach in the St. Joseph School District for at least three years after attaining their teacher certification.
If you are interested in becoming a teacher and want to learn more about the district’s Pathway to Teaching program, you can access the program description and agreement below. If you wish to submit an application for this program, the application can be found at St. Joseph School District - TalentEd Hire (tedk12.com). The deadline to submit an application and the supporting materials is February 15, 2023. If you have questions about this program, please send an email to email@example.com.
Notice Regarding Public Service Loan Forgiveness
In accordance with state law, the St. Joseph Public Schools is required to provide all new employees with information regarding eligibility for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program. Employees who work full time in a public school district might be eligible for this program. The Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program forgives the remaining balance on Direct Student Loans for borrowers after they have made 120 qualifying monthly payments under a qualifying repayment plan, as long as the borrower is not in default. For more information about the program and to determine whether you are eligible under this program, go to the Missouri Department of Higher Education's website.
TalentEd Records: View and sign contracts and support staff letters of intent and other various documents
TalentEd Perform: View and sign performance evaluations
You can toggle between both accounts (Records and Perform) by clicking the “square icon” in the upper right-hand corner and clicking on the specific account you need from the drop-down menu.
If you forgot your password, please use the “forgot password” link on the TalentEd website. An email will be sent to your email address on file to reset your password. If you need assistance logging in, please contact Human Resources.
VEST is an educational partnership involving the St. Joseph Public Schools and the St. Joseph community. It is designed to enhance our student's educational experiences and aid the work of professional educators by offering the special talents and resources of the community in the public schools.
Who can be a volunteer?
EVERYONE! Volunteers include parents, senior citizens, college and high school students, people in the business world, and other community members. A volunteer needs no special qualifications, just a genuine concern for children in our schools. Volunteer opportunities are coordinated by the District's Department of Volunteer Services. Each volunteer will be working with a building principal, a teacher, or other professionals who will give help as needed.
Interested in volunteering or becoming a mentor?
Please fill out the application application below and return it to the Human Resources office at 1415 N 26th Street or any St. Joseph School District building.
Mentors are kind and caring adults who offer children support and guidance. Mentors genuinely like and respect children and are willing to make a sustained personal commitment to the Connect-Tomorrow program and to their student. Mentors volunteer their time by visiting with their students at school, interacting with them on a one-on-one basis, and serving as positive role models.
Increase their involvement in the community
- Recognize they can make a difference
- Make a new friend
- Gain new experience and knowledge about youth and the community's schools
- Contribute to the quality of the future work force
- Receive the support and guidance of a caring adult
- Make a new friend
- Experience an increase in self-esteem
- Receive encouragement to stay in school and graduate
- Gain knowledge about their community and the world of work
For more information call (816) 671-4000
All workplace accidents need to be reported to Human Resources immediately, whether or not you need medical attention. You should complete this form. Please fax (816-671-4013) or scan/email the accident form to Lisa Dalsing in Human Resources.
If you require medical attention, please call Human Resources (816-671-4000) to report the accident. We will contact Concentra (5506 Corporate Drive, Suite 1700 in Mitchell Woods off Riverside Road) to authorize treatment. If you choose to be seen by your own doctor, you will be responsible for all medical bills.
Worker’s Compensation Insurance Company
800-333-6137 or 314-965-7810