FSD Career Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in career opportunities with the Frankenmuth School District. The following positions are available.

If you are having trouble viewing this page or need any additional information please contact Wendy Yagiela in the District Office by phone at (989) 652-9958 or by email at WYagiela@fmuthschools.com.

Elementary Music Teacher

Frankenmuth Schools seeks a dynamic individual to teach music in grades K-4. This position requires
the applicant to be highly qualified with an eligible and applicable Michigan Teaching Certificate in
content area with the endorsement of JX or JQ.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Has a valid Michigan Elementary teaching certificate
  • Music Education (JX) K12 Endorsement
  • Knowledge of and able to apply best instructional practices essential to inquiry-based teaching and learning
  • Strong personal integrity and professional ethics
  • Strong classroom management and organizational skills
  • Possess good communication skills
  • Positive behavioral support experience preferred
  • Plan for and deliver quality music education instruction and related activities.
  • Knowledge of PBIS, Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
  • Familiarity with Tiered Systems of Support, both academically and behaviorally
  • Experience working with students of varying academic, social and emotional abilities
  • Possess good communication and organizational skills
  • Ability to hold conversations with teachers about student achievement data

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Ability to plan and coordinate with general education teachers
  • Ability to coordinate/organize a variety of school-level performances, programming, and student events
  • Ability to maintain accurate records and meet multiple deadlines
  • A desire to continue to grow as a professional
  • Demonstrate knowledge, skill, and ability to provide instruction in an elementary music setting with appropriate musical skills for singing, playing, conducting, and musical literature necessary for the realization of grade-level standards
  • Understands diversity of student learning styles and can skillfully prepare and apply differentiated learning experiences
  • Demonstrates ability to use data to drive instructional decisions
  • Computer literate with a proven proficiency to effectively apply and integrate technology to support meaningful teaching and successful student learning
  • Experience/training in Restorative Practices, PLCs, and Trauma Informed Care is preferred
  • Ability to develop/sustain positive working relationships with students, staff, and the school community
  • Motivates students and influences their behavior
  • Creates and executes clear, logical instructional plans collaboratively that produce strong results in student learning
  • Maintains and communicates standards of pupil behavior and classroom management expectations for the purpose of providing a safe and secure learning environment
  • Creates and thrives in a professional environment that is one of mutual respect, teamwork, and accountability
  • Maintain the drive for results by using data-informed decision-making, demonstrating persistence, directness, and the ability to monitor and plan ahead
  • Understands and implements Board of Education Policy, Administrative Guidelines, and organizational practices for the purpose of consistency and compliance

APPLICATION DEADLINE: August 26, 2022 or until filled
Interested persons should submit a cover letter, resume, two letters of recommendation, and transcripts/certification electronically to: Jason Vislosky, Principal List Elementary at
JVislosky@fmuthschools.com

Literacy Paraprofessional

List Elementary School seeks to hire a dynamic person who loves working with children and being a
part of a team. If you meet these qualifications, we would love to train you to work with our students to
accelerate their learning in our Reading Camp.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Qualifications:

  1. Promotes a professional image of the school district and encourages community partnerships that enhance district programs.
  1. Promotes and demonstrates student success utilizing designated curriculum and other appropriate
    learning activities.
  2. Supports an inclusive educational environment. Provides opportunities for all students to participate.
  3. Designs, plans, and implements lessons based on standards prescribed by the Board. Executes lessons
    using best-practice, engaging instructional strategies.
  4. Communicates clearly both in verbal and written content, and demonstrates strong skills in listening,
    collaborating, relationship building, and problem solving.
  5. Collaborates with District stakeholders to improve instructional programs for student success.
  6. Promotes the proper use, care, and security of school property and spaces.
  7. Takes all reasonable precautions to ensure safety. Provides appropriate student supervision.
  8. Updates/revises curriculum as required by the Board.
  9. Travels to meeting and work assignments and maintain regular in-person attendance. Teaches classes, as
    scheduled.
  10. Uses diplomacy and exercises self-control when dealing with other individuals.
  11. Meets physical demands of position: balancing, bending, crouching, kneeling, reaching, and standing may
    be required along with lifting, carrying, and moving work-related supplies/equipment.

DEADLINE: August 23, 2022 or until filled

Interested persons should submit a cover letter, resume, three letters of recommendation, and transcripts/certification electronically to: Jason Vislosky, Principal List Elementary School at jvislosky@fmuthschools.com

FSD Technical Director

Frankenmuth High School seeks to hire a dynamic technical director. The director is responsible for
operating, protecting, and maintaining the district’s technical assets, while also managing and
overseeing the different technical departments of the Bronner Performing Arts Center (BPAC),
including set, lighting, costumes, props, sound, and effects. Other duties may be assigned during the
normal work day based on the skill set of the director.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Qualifications:

  1. Train and educate technicians) on all aspects of the stage (lights, sound, fly system) with the intention
    of letting them run events at the facility.
  2. Train and educate technicians on properly storing equipment, maintaining and
  3. Work with the Director of Finance and Operations to create and maintain an inventory of all district
    sound, lighting, theatrical equipment and replacement items.
  4. Repair and replace BPAC facility equipment as needed (including, but not limited to lamps, sound
    equipment, A/V system, etc.)
  5. Perform maintenance as required on sound, lighting, and video systems.
  6. Develop and reinforce a system for equipment storage, safety and security expectations, and ensure
    users of the building are aware and stick to them (fly system, catwalks, lighting, work areas (patch
    room, amp room, dimmer room), sound systems, etc.)
  7. Coordinate with maintenance department on necessary building repairs (house lights, outdoor lighting,
    sound etc.)
  8. Perform required yearly inspections including fly rail condition, curtain fire resistance test, lighting
    system emergency backup test, and others
  9. Train technicians to reset lighting and sound house plots and update documentation
  10. Train technicians to set rigging lines as necessary for different shows
  11. Maintain SOP documentation on technical processes
  12. Set/prepare the stage for school concerts and events.
  13. Train technicians to set stage lighting presets for various needs so stage lights can be turned on
    without the control board
  14. Assist during Tech week of school theatrical productions
  15. Given first rights to the Contracted Set Builder position

DEADLINE: August 31, 2022

Interested persons should submit a cover letter, resume, two letters of recommendation, and transcripts/certification electronically to: Grant Hegenauer, Superintendent at ghegenauer@fmuthschools.com

Head Boys’ Tennis Coach

To develop principles of fair play, a sense of confidence, and self-discipline through the development and extension of various tennis skills as provided by interscholastic competition.

Qualifications:
Some experience as a tennis coach or assistant coach at the high school or college level preferred. Must possess effective coaching techniques and skills. Must possess a thorough knowledge of the rules, regulations, strategies, and techniques of the sport. Must possess the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with school administrators, parents, and students.  Must be 18 years of age or older.

 Essential Duties:

  • Organizes the overall tennis program
  • Prepares players both physically and mentally for interscholastic competition through practice, teaching of fundamental skills, and knowledge of rules
  • Supervises the cleaning, storage, and proper care of all equipment
  • Fosters good school-community relations by keeping the community aware of and responsive to the athletic program
  • Conducts pre-season meetings with parents and players
  • Prepares daily practice schedule and conducts practice sessions
  • Coordinates and Assists in Fundraising activities
  • Works with the athletics director in scheduling facilities for practices and competition.
  • Establishes and maintains standards of pupil behavior and provides proper supervision of athletes at all times.
  • Models sports-like behavior and maintains appropriate conduct towards players, officials, and spectators.
  • Acts as a team representative and promotes the sport by communicating with the news media, Frankenmuth Athletic Association, service clubs, and other organizations.
  • Follows established procedures for the proper care, maintenance, and requisitioning of equipment, supplies, and uniforms.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: This vacancy is open until filled.
All applicants must submit a separate letter of interest and an updated resume for this position.

PLEASE ADDRESS TO:
Kevin Schwedler, Athletic Director
Frankenmuth School District
525 East Genesee Street
Frankenmuth, MI 48734

If you have any questions regarding the Tennis Head Coach opening, please contact Kevin Schwedler at 989-652-1933 or kschwedler@fmuthschools.com.

Paraprofessional Position

Please mail or email your letter of interest to Special Education Director Lauren Birnbaum in writing.
 
Information should be sent to:
EF Rittmueller Middle School
Lauren Birnbaum
965 East Genesee
Frankenmuth, MI 48734

lbirnbaum@fmuthschools.com

Food Service Positions

The Frankenmuth School District is looking for positive, hard-working individuals to be a part of its kitchen staff.  Must be flexible, willing to collaborate, and enjoy students and staff. Training will be provided.

Please indicate your interest in writing to:

Cindy Hegenauer, Food Service Director

chegenauer@fmuthschools.com

525 E Genesee

Frankenmuth MI 48734

Child Care Staff

Due to the popularity and great quality child care program here at the Frankenmuth School District, we are in need of immediate staff ages 18 and up.  We have a record number of children in our program and want to ensure we maintain our amazing standard of care.  This position is perfect for college students, stay at home parents while their children are in school, those interested in education and also for high school students who are 18 years old to work after school.  If you know someone or have a responsible student in your class in need of a great job that they do not have to work weekends, simply contact the daycare at 989-502-1724 or email Michelle Gatza at mgatza@fmuthschools.com.

Substitute Bus Driver

The Frankenmuth School District is hiring route and substitute bus drivers. CDL license assistance is available.

Please indicate your interest in writing to:
Tammy Metiva
tmetiva@fmuthschools.com
525 E Genesee
Frankenmuth, MI 48734

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