At Providence Public Schools, we know that teaching is not just a job, but a vocation, and that teachers deserve and seek professional development and classroom-based educational support. We're here to prepare and support you on your journey into the classroom.
PPSD is committed to hiring a staff that reflects our diverse student body and is dedicated to meeting their needs. Learn more about our application and hiring process for all positions.
Jobs for SY23-24 will be posted in January 2023.
Interested in Subbing?
Though we are always looking for new teachers to come to the district, we cannot run seamlessly without our dedicated Substitute Teaching pool. If you are a retired teacher (in or out of the district) or simply want to be in the classroom, we have opportunities for you.
Interested in becoming a TA?
Our schools couldn't operate efficiently without our incredible teacher assistants! The dedicated support staff in our classrooms ensure that educators have the academic and behavioral support they need to effectively teach our students. Additionally, our TAs often act as mirrors for our students as they are often local community members, parents, and student teachers.
New to Teaching?
Resources for Aspiring & Novice Teachers
Starting a career in teaching can feel like an insurmountable challenge. We're here to help you through the process with the help of partnerships with local educator pathways.
Looking to grow?
Resources for Experienced Teachers
We provide resources, professional development, and career opportunities to support the long-term success of our educators, including loan forgiveness and educators of color networks to support each other through their teaching journeys.
Diversity in PPSD
The Office of Human Resources is committed to recruiting, hiring, developing, and retaining a racially, ethnically, culturally, and linguistically diverse group of highly effective educators each year. Additionally, the Providence Public Schools Department encourages applications from members of other historically marginalized groups. We continue to focus our efforts to create a more equitable, diverse, and inclusive school district that is reflected in our policies, practices, and workspaces, which in turn will accelerate student learning and achievement.