Employment Opportunities

Agency of Education personnel provide support and resources to Vermont's schools, educators and students. The agency also works with the public and the state Legislature to provide information about the state's schools and the laws and regulations that govern the state education system. Positions are posted as they become available.

Great Jobs in VermontEmployment Opportunities at AOE

Visit the State of Vermont Human Resources page for current employment opportunties at the Agency of Education.

Nondiscrimination Policies

The Vermont Agency of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, marital status, sex, disability, age, gender identity or sexual orientation in its programs or activities. Please direct questions or concerns regarding nondiscrimination policies as they apply to employment with the Agency of Education:

Heidi Dimick, Human Resources Manager
(802) 828-4612 (P)
(802) 479-4321 (F)

Employment Opportunities in Vermont Schools

Hiring decisions and salary negotiations for K-12 public school teachers, administrators, paraeducators, substitute teachers, and support personnel are handled on the supervisory union/district level in Vermont. The Agency of Education is not involved in educator hiring decisions. To better meet the needs of schools and of those seeking education positions in Vermont, supervisory unions/districts use an online recruiting service called SchoolSpring.com. To use SchoolSpring's services, go to www.VermontEducationJobs.com.

Job candidates may register at SchoolSpring and complete an online application for positions listed by all participating schools and post a résumé to the online résumé bank.

Other Employment Resources

Teacher Shortage Areas

The U.S. Department of Education annually publishes a nationwide list of designated teacher shortage areas. Vermont's designated teacher shortage areas for 2014-2015, and an explanation of available federal benefits, can be found in the document below.

Page Last Updated on September 15, 2015