The Weber School District Office of Human Resources serves the students, parents, businesses and communities located within its boundaries of Weber County by focusing efforts on the District’s most valuable resource, its employees. The HR Team does this through competitive recruiting, hiring and retention of diverse and highly qualified personnel, and the retention of high quality, high character certified and classified employees. The HR Team administers and effectively communicates policies and practices that treat employees with equality and dignity. Through our values of professionalism, competency, integrity, confidentiality, commitment, and compassion, the Office of Human Resources creates and maintains a high level of trust and mutual respect. This is the Weber Way! The districts focus.... that we educate the "Whole child" and that every student is 1. Engaged 2. Challenged and 3. Supported.
Weber School District has served the dynamic communities of the greater Ogden, Utah area for 113 years, operating 43 schools comprised of high schools, junior highs and elementary schools, as well as other special schools and programs. With 33,000 students, Weber is the third largest district in Utah and is among the largest public districts in the nation. Weber is also one of the county's largest employers, with more than 3,800 full and part-time employees. The district's focus on 21st century learning and their use of technology to engage students now boasts a strong partnership with GOOGLE. The district high schools have a remarkable 84% graduation rate and affords students the opportunity to get "connected" by offering membership in more than 60 clubs and groups and 23 sports/activities. Further, the 2080 graduating seniors this past year earned $15 million in scholarships... earning 6681 CTE certificates and 2510 students earned college credit through concurrent enrollment. There is a clear College and Career focus here in WSD.
The district retains their top-notch teachers at an 83% rate (2nd in the state) and encourages further learning opportunities for its teachers as reflected in the fact that more than 42% of our teachers have masters degrees or better. This education from teachers has helped 2271 students take and pass AP courses and a steady rise in ACT score district wide to 19.3. Truly, whether you are working in or being educated in the Weber School District, it is second to none.
Weber School District is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to employing the most qualified applicant regardless of race, gender, age, religion, or disability. Reasonable accommodations are provided for the known disabilities of otherwise qualified applicants and employees.
Thank you for your interest in Weber School District. We believe you can build a solid future in Weber School District. Indeed, we HIRE TO RETIRE. There are so many opportunities to grow and to apply the acquired skills you have here in WSD. When you join our district, you’re working with a strong team of educators and other professionals.
Dates for our Spring Teacher Recruiting schedule for 2017-2018 are listed below. Prospective teachers at each university or college will need to contact the Career Center at their institution to schedule an appointment for a screening interview. We have made arrangements with the state's many Colleges and Universities: and Payroll work with personnel policies and compliance, recruiting and hiring, employee benefits and pay, and personnel records. This includes job opportunity listings, job applications, employee relations, and information on compensation and benefits. You can see them now under our Resources section.