• As of 2/23/21, these are the positions available at HMS (TEACHIOWA): 

    1. Teaching Positions - Professional/Instructional/Certified (TEACHIOWA):

    • HS Spanish Teacher - (TEACHIOWA) -   1.0 FTE Spanish Education position to start in August 2021, due to a retirement. The qualified applicant will be responsible to teach Spanish 1, Spanish 2, Spanish 3, and Spanish 4.  Specific duties will be discussed after learning about the candidate's qualifications.  For questions regarding this position, contact Nate Hemiller, High School Principal at 712-928-3406, or at nhemiller@hmshawks.org AA/EEO
    • Middle School English/Language Arts Teacher - (TEACHIOWA) - The Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn community school district is looking for qualified applicants to fill a 1.0 FTE 7/8 English/Language Arts position to start in August 2021, due to professional advancement.  Specific duties will be discussed after learning about the candidate's qualifications. 

     

    2. Extra-Curricular Positions - Coaches/Sponsors (TEACHIOWA)

    • HS Head Softball Coach - (TEACHIOWA) This position is for the Summer 2021 season.  For questions regarding this position, contact Nate Hemiller, High School Principal at 712-928-3406, or Mark Petersen, High School Althletic Director at 712-930-3281 or at mlpetersen@hmshawks.org AA/EOE

    • HS Asst. Baseball Coach - (TEACHIOWA) This position is for the Summer 2021 season.  For questions regarding this position, contact Nate Hemiller, High School Principal at 712-928-3406, or Mark Petersen, High School Althletic Director at 712-930-3281 or at mlpetersen@hmshawks.org AA/EOE
    • HS Individual/Group Speech Coach - (TEACHIOWA) This position is for the 2021-2022 year.  For questions regarding this position, contact Nate Hemiller, High School Principal at 712-928-3406 or at nhemiller@hartley-ms.k12.ia.us. AA/EOE
    • Head Boys Basketball Coach - (TEACHIOWA) This position is for the 2021-2022 season. For questions regarding this position, contact Nate Hemiller, High School Principal at 712-928-3406, or Mark Petersen, High School Althletic Director at 712-930-3281 or at mlpetersen@hmshawks.org AA/EOE
    • Head Cross Country Coach - (TEACHIOWA) This position is for the Fall 2021 season.  For questions regarding this position, contact Nate Hemiller, High School Principal at 712-928-3406, or Mark Petersen, High School Althletic Director at 712-930-3281 or at mlpetersen@hmshawks.org AA/EOE
    • Head Girls Track Coach - (TEACHIOWA) This position is for the Spring 2022 season.  For questions regarding this position, contact Nate Hemiller, High School Principal at 712-928-3406, or Mark Petersen, High School Althletic Director at 712-930-3281 or at mlpetersen@hmshawks.org AA/EOE
    • JH Boys Basketball - (TEACHIOWA) JH Boys Basketball.

    3. Classified staff - Support (Secretarial, Cooks, Associates - aides, Maintanence, and Bus Drivers: (TEACHIOWA)

    • none at this time

    4. Substitutes:  Teachers, Cooks, Associates (aides), and bus drivers. The district is always looking for individuals that want to substitute in these positions. For questions regarding any of these possibilities, contact (TEACHIOWA):

    • Cathy Jochims, Elementary Principal, 712-928-2020
    • Mark Dorhout, Middle School Principal 712-930-3281
    • Nate Hemiller, High School Principal 712-928-3406

    5. Administrative:

    • 5-8 Middle School Principal - (TEACHIOWA) - The Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn CSD is searching for a highly qualified, dynamic instructional leader to serve as the 5-8 Middle School Principal beginning July 1, 2021. HMS offers a very competitive starting salary and benefit package.  Salary and benefits will be discussed based on the candidate's qualifications and experience.  In addition to applying in Teach Iowa, interest and application materials can be scanned and emailed to Mr. Patrick Carlin, HMS Superintendent. pcarlin@hmshawks.org

     

    Pertinent Information:

     

     

    The district will provide equal opportunity to employees and applicants for employment in accordance with applicable equal opportunity and affirmative action laws, directives and regulations of federal, state and local governing bodies. The district does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, religion, creed, age, sexual orientation and gender identity in its employment and personnel practices. Opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment includes hiring, placement, promotion, transfer or demotion, recruitment, advertising or solicitation for employment, treatment during employment, rates of pay or other forms of compensation, and layoff or termination. The school district will take affirmative action in major job categories where women, men, minorities and persons with disabilities are underrepresented. Employees will support and comply with the district’s established equal employment opportunity and affirmative action policies.