Welcome to the Oxford Public School District’s Human Resources webpage!  

Our Human Resources staff provides professional assistance to our employees as well as those seeking employment.
We are committed to recruiting, hiring, and retaining high quality employees so that we can provide an outstanding
education for all students. We appreciate your interest in joining the Oxford Public Schools family as a potential employee,
volunteer, student teacher, or intern.

If you do not find the information you are looking for on our website, or if you desire additional assistance, please contact
us at 508-987-6050 x1114.

Effective March 24th, 2020: Due to mandate by Governor Baker, all Central Office staff will be working remotely through April 7, 2020. Any phone or email messages received will be responded to within normal business hours (Mon-Fri 8:00-4:30). 

Stay safe and healthy!!

The Oxford School District is an affirmative action employer, ensuring that its programs and facilities are accessible
to the public. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, natural origin, sexual orientation, gender
identity, disability, or homelessness.


If you are interested in a job opportunity working at the Oxford Public Schools, please visit SchoolSpring.com.  

The SchoolSpring recruitment website is a FREE, easy, dynamic, and effective way to apply for education-related jobs.  
All Oxford Public Schools job openings are posted on the SchoolSpring website and are handled electronically through the site.

Substitute Teachers are always in demand!

If you are interested in joining our team in Oxford, please use the SchoolSpring online application process - this is required for all
professional positions.

If you don't have computer access or aren't comfortable using the SchoolSpring website and you are applying for a NON-Professional
position (such as custodian, cafeteria worker, or recess aide), you may complete and sign this Employment Application 
and drop if off
or mail it to the Central Office at 4 Maple Road.


Volunteers who support the educational goals of the Oxford Public Schools play an important role in the success of our schools. Contributions of volunteers clearly demonstrate to students that their success is important enough for the community to take an active role in their education.  Regardless of your skills or area of interest, we welcome compassionate and capable individuals to serve as volunteers. Whether you have just a few hours to give or are looking for a long-term opportunity, you can truly enrich the lives of the children we serve.

Over the years, numerous parents have shown a desire to help in the process of public education; they gained first-hand knowledge of what
was happening in the schools and became more proficient at helping their own children. However, senior citizens, other family members, and community members who care about our schools and want to be involved in the education of our children may also volunteer.

Volunteers may participate in a classroom setting during the school day or outside the school setting as part of an extracurricular activity
(such as a field trip chaperone). Volunteers may contribute ranging from one time only, to once per month, to once per week, or daily commitments.

Please consider investing in our schools by volunteering!

Requirements for Volunteers/Chaperones 

CORI. The volunteers of the Oxford Public Schools understand and appreciate that the safety and security of our students is a primary concern. Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) background checks are required on all volunteers, and must be obtained each school year (July 1st - June 30th).  Volunteers are required to complete a new CORI Acknowledgement Form each school year, the results of which will only be valid for that school year. CORI Forms are available at the Central Office or CLICK HERE to print one from home. The CORI Form should be returned by you, in person, to the Central Office where an Oxford Public Schools staff member is required to verify your valid, government-issued, picture identification. If you do not submit your completed CORI Acknowledgement Form in person, it will not be processed. Once submitted, CORI Forms are usually processed within 2-3 days; however, we recommend submitting it at least one week in advance of the volunteer/chaperone assignment. There is NO cost for CORI. 

The Superintendent's Office maintains the ongoing Volunteer List which is provided to all front office school secretaries on a regular basis. In planning or approving volunteer or chaperone assignments, secretaries will check the names of prospective volunteers against those included
on the Volunteer List. You may contact any front office school secretary to verify if you have been cleared to volunteer.  If there is a problem with your CORI, you will receive notification from the Superintendent's Office. 

Fingerprinting.  Volunteers who wish to chaperone an overnight field trip are required to submit to a national fingerprint background check. Fingerprinting is only required one time and lasts indefinitely.  There is a cost of $35 for the fingerprint service, payable to the outside vendor.
For more information regarding Fingerprinting, CLICK HERE.  Volunteers who are chaperoning a regular school day field trip are not required to obtain a fingerprint background check; however, will be monitored throughout the day by a member of the OXPS staff.  All chaperones are required to review and sign a Chaperone Agreement, signifying his/her understanding of the District's expectations of chaperones. 



The Oxford Public Schools is pleased to accept requests for student teachers, student interns, and student nurses as well as student observation assignments. Please review the District’s Procedure and Checklist and complete the Request for Student Teaching or Internship Experience Form. Please note:  All candidates for practicums (other than observation hours) must complete both a National Criminal Background Check (fingerprinting) and CORI as well as sign a Confidentiality Agreement prior to beginning an assignment. Candidates for observation hours only must have a CORI processed before commencing observation hours. Should you have any questions regarding this process, please contact the Superintendent's Office. We wish you the best of luck with your future career!

Subcontractors working in one of our school buildings but not working directly with students must only complete a CORI Acknowledgement Form and submit it in person at the Central Office. An Oxford Public Schools employee must verify your identity. Subcontractors working directly with students (counselors, tutors) must also have a national fingerprint background check completed. Please see the forms below to accomplish both of these tasks.  Thank you!


Student Teaching and Internships Policy

Procedure and Checklist/Request for Student Teaching or Internship Experience

Fingerprinting Information

CORI Acknowledgement Form

Confidentiality Agreement