• Information for Applicants / Apply On-Line
    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
    What is the Timeline?
    Once the application has been successfully submitted, additional information may be requested. Hiring administrators will review/screen applications and reach out to candidates they would like to interview. Applications are active for a period of six months only. Anytime the application is updated and resubmitted, it will re-activate for another six months from that date. You may update as often as needed. It is not necessary to resubmit supporting documents unless you are updating their information. It is important to keep your information current.
    If I have a question, who do I contact?
    If you have any questions regarding your application process, please contact Human Resource Services at 480-541-1300 or hr@kyrene.org The Kyrene School District is located at 8700 S Kyrene Road, Tempe, AZ 85284. Our office hours are 7:30 am – 4:30 pm Monday through Friday. We are closed for holidays, Winter and Spring Break and Staff Development Day.
    Who do I contact if I have an interview or position question? 
    All questions that pertain to your interview should be directed to the hiring administrator and/or their office. Human Resource Services is not informed of interview schedules, interview selections, specific job requirements nor specific work schedules.   
    What is the contact information for ADE?
    Administrative and Certified positions in Kyrene may require that you hold a current Arizona Certificate. We are advised that Arizona Certification and fingerprint clearance may take several weeks to obtain. For information, visit the State’s web site at https://www.azed.gov/educator-certification/ or call the Arizona State Board of Education, Certification Unit, at (602) 542-4367.
    Where do I go for a fingerprint clearance card?
    All positions in Kyrene require that you hold a Fingerprint Clearance Card (FPCC). Whether you are requesting a new FPCC or need to renew an expired one, please contact the Arizona Department of Public Safety at www.azdps.gov
Last Modified on December 12, 2019