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Principal
The principal is a key leadership position at Central Minnesota Christian School. Their primary responsibility is to lead the faculty and staff in the effective implementation of the education program, as well as the oversight of co-curricular programming. This work is to be done in accordance with the vision, mission, and values of the school as established by the Board of Directors and the goals of strategies established in collaboration with the Superintendent and the Leadership Team. Whereas the Principal is primarily responsible for the educational program, they will have organizational functions, including finance, property, stewardship, transportation, admissions, and communication.

Click here to view the Opportunity Profile for the Principal position. 
 

Part-time Middle School Bible Teacher
Click here to view the job description.
If interested in this position, please fill out the Teacher Application below and send your resume to Jon De Groot.

Industrial Tech Instructor
Click here to view the job description.
If interested in this position, please fill out the Teacher Application below and send your resume to Jon De Groot.

Bus Drivers.
Be the first CMCS employee to welcome our kids to school, and the last to wish them a good evening.  

Part-time Kitchen Staff 
Greet and nurture our students daily as they come and eat in the cafeteria.  Be a part of food preparation and other kitchen duties.  Scheduling is flexible.

Part-time Custodial Staff  
Help keep our campus clean and safe for our staff, students and community members. Flexible evening hours. 

Substitute Teachers - Openings in All Grades

Candidates for all the above positions need to have a B.A. and a current teaching license.

Direct questions to: Superintendent Jon De Groot jondg@cmschool.org or (320) 978-8700.

Interested candidates should fill out a teacher application form found below and send a letter of inquiry to the attention of Jon De Groot.
 

District 815 Openings


School Counselor who is licensed by the state of MN and desires to work alongside of our staff to give mental, social, and emotional support to those navigating the complexities of adolescence.  Click here to view job description.  Please contact Marge Breems, Superintendent of District 815 at 320-212-9300 to apply or answer questions. 


New 2 You Job Openings


Volunteers
Volunteers are so valuable and integral to the overall success of the store.  Our volunteers work together for the shared purpose of assisting Central MN Christian in meeting their mission of providing a Christ-centered, quality education, equipping students for a life a service.  By volunteering, you model the Central mission to our students: "A life of service".  This year, New 2 You projects a contribution of $100,000 to Central MN Christian.

New 2 You recognizes that volunteer opportunities are not necessarily “One Size Fits All.” For instance, you may have limited time available to volunteer, or are unable to make long-term commitments, or even have a desire to volunteer a specific skill or trade (carpentry, mechanical,  plumbing, HVAC, electrical, snow removal). If this is the case, please check "Other" on the volunteer form.

Please click below to fill out the volunteer form. Our volunteer coordinator will be contacting you soon.

Volunteer Form - Click here
 

Co-Curricular Openings for the 2022-23 School Year

We are looking for individuals to foster our Bluejay culture through Coaching For Transformation for our athletes for the following sports:
 

Middle School Positions
JH Soccer Coach 
JH Volleyball Coach

JV and Varsity Positions
Varsity Girls Basketball Coach

JV Girls Basketball Coach
*** Coaching experience is strongly preferred.  The season runs from mid-November through March.  Some off-season time commitments is expected.  Committed to the CMCS Mission and Values.  Please contact Brandon Haan with any questions or inquiries.  

 

Non-discriminatory Statement:
Central Minnesota Christian School does not discriminate in its employment policies and practices, or in its educational program on the basis of race, color, age, sex, disability, national origin, or ancestry.