Staff Recruitment and Hiring

  • The School Distrcit of Marshfield seeks to recruit, employ, promote, and retain as employees those persons best qualified to fulfill the needs of the students of the school district. Recruitment, employment, promotion, and retention will be consistent with the Board of Education policies, and state and federal laws.

Hiring of Substitutes

  • The Board of Education recognizes the need to procure the services of long call and short call substitutes in order to continue the operation of the schools as a result of the absence of regular personnel. The Superintendent shall employ substitutes for assignment as services are required to replace temporarily-absent regular staff members and fill new positions.  All substitute positions are scheduled on as-needed basis to cover employees’ absences. 
    If you are interested in becoming a substitute for the School District of Marshfield, please submit a completed application form to the Human Resources Department at 1010 E. 4th Street, Marshfield, WI 54449 or email to humanresources@marshfieldschools.org.

District Volunteer Program

  • The Board of Education recognizes that certain programs and activities can be enhanced through the use of volunteers who have particular knowledge or skills that will be helpful to members of the professional staff responsible for the conduct of those programs and activities. While volunteers are valuable to the district, volunteering is a privilege not a right.

    To become a volunteer in the classroom or on a field trip, please submit the following documentation:

    To become a volunteer that will transport students, please submit the following documentation:

    Please submit all completed required documents to the school in which you will be volunteering or the Board of Education Office, Attn: Human Resources, 1010 E. 4th Street, Marshfield, WI 54449 at least 2 weeks prior to volunteering.

  • Nondiscrimination and Equal Employment Opportunity
    The Board of Education does not discriminate in the employment of professional staff on the basis of the Protected Classes of race, color, national origin, age, sex (including transgender status, change of sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity), pregnancy, creed or religion, genetic information, handicap or disability, marital status, citizenship status, veteran status, military service (as defined in 111.32, Wis. Stats.), national origin, ancestry, arrest record, conviction record, use or non-use of lawful products off the District’s premises during non-working hours, declining to attend an employer-sponsored meeting or to participate in any communication with the employer about religious matters or political matters, or any other characteristic protected by law in its employment practices.
    Section 504/ADA Prohibition against Disability Discrimination in Employment
    The Board of Education prohibits discrimination against any employee or applicant based upon his/her disability. As such, the Board will not engage in employment practices or adopt policies that discriminate on the basis of disability, or otherwise discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities in regard to job application procedures, the hiring, advancement or discharge of employees, employee compensation, job training, or other terms, conditions and privileges of employment. The Board further will not limit, segregate or classify applicants or employees in any way that adversely affects their opportunities or status because of disability. Additionally, the Board will not participate in any contractual or other relationships that have the effect of subjecting qualified individuals with disabilities who are applicants or employees to discrimination on the basis of disability.
    The Board will provide a reasonable accommodation to a qualified individual who has an actual disability or who has a record of a disability, unless the accommodation would impose an undue hardship on the operation of the District’s program and/or activities. A reasonable accommodation is not required for an individual who is merely regarded as having a disability.