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 Art Teacher (Beginning the 2023-24 School Year)

Frankenmuth Schools seeks a dynamic individual to teach Art 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 LX, LQ, or LZ.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Has a valid Michigan Elementary teaching certificate
  • Art Education (LX) or Visual Arts Education (LQ or LZ) 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 art 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 art setting with appropriate art 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

DEADLINE: April 1, 2023 or until filled
SALARY: Per FTPO Contract

Interested persons should submit a cover letter, resume, two letters of recommendation, and transcripts/certification to:
Angie Germain
Human Resource Director
525 E. Genesee
Frankenmuth, MI 48734
Or electronically
agermain@fmuthschools.com

Elementary Music Teacher (Beginning the 2023-24 School Year)

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 or JQ) 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


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 the 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

DEADLINE: April 1, 2023 or until filled
SALARY: Per FTPO Contract

Interested persons should submit a cover letter, resume, two letters of recommendation, and
transcripts/certification to:
Angie Germain
Human Resource Director
525 E. Genesee
Frankenmuth, MI 48734
Or electronically
agermain@fmuthschools.com

Elementary School Media Center Supervisor

Seeking someone who will spread the love of reading and provide a dynamic media center experience for our students. To provide each student with an enriched media center environment containing a wide variety and range of materials that will invite intellectual probing, growth and to aid all students in acquiring the skills needed to take full advantage of a variety of resources.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Other duties may be assigned.

  • Evaluates, selects, and requisitions new library materials.
  • Collaborates with teachers and staff to integrate literacy throughout the school and across subject areas.
  • Informs teachers and other staff members concerning new materials the library acquires.
  • Maintains an efficient system for cataloging all library materials, and instructs teachers and students on use of the system.
  • Arranges for interlibrary loan of materials of interest or use to teachers.
  • Works with teachers in planning those assignments likely to lead to extended use of library resources.
  • Promotes literacy with local libraries, authors, book talks and book fairs.
  • Helps students to develop habits of independent reference work and to develop skills of research.
  • Presents and discusses materials with a class studying a particular topic, on the invitation of the teacher.
  • Promotes a culturally diverse collection of materials to support all students.
  • Arranges frequently-changing book-related displays and exhibits likely to interest the students.
  • Contacts students about overdue or damaged materials and collects fines.
  • Manages, maintains and promotes instruction technology resources that could include iPads, Chromebooks, laptops and other media center technology.
  • Support and assist with computerized assessments
  • Additional duties as assigned by the Principal or the District.

Building: List Elementary School
Reports to: Principal

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to
perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the
knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable
individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE: High School Diploma

KNOWLEDGE OF: Basic media center terminology and practices. Strong computer skills including
but not limited to use of data processing and spreadsheet computer software. Correct spelling,
punctuation and grammatical usage. Ability to keep accurate records.

ABILITY TO: Establish and maintain effective relationships with students, administrators, other
district support staff, teachers, and the general public.

COMPENSATION: Hourly Wage (Approximately 30 hours per week)

If interested, please provide the following:

  • Letter of Interest
  • Resume
  • Three current letters of reference
  • Copy of Transcripts


Please send materials to the following address:
Angie Germain
Human Resource Director
525 E. Genesee
Frankenmuth, MI 48734
Or electronically
agermain@fmuthschools.com
Deadline for application is Tuesday, January 24, 2023

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

No Weekends, No Holidays, Flexible Schedule!

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. Training will be provided.

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

Substitute Teachers

Are you looking for a job that is fun, rewarding, and makes a difference? Consider being a Frankenmuth School District substitute teacher. You can make your schedule and decide what days to sub and in which schools. Your day will start around 7:40 am and end by 3:05 pm and includes a lunch break. All you need is 60 semester hours from an accredited college or university.  Frankenmuth District Office has substitute employment packets available. Please stop into the District Office located at the North West corner of the high school at 525 E Genesee Street anytime between 8 am – 4 pm.

If you have any questions, please contact Wendy Yagiela at wyagiela@fmuthschools.com.

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