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The Office of Human Capital (OHC) is committed to ensuring that the Boston Public Schools attracts, develops and retains the highly skilled and motivated work-force required for effective teaching and learning in all of our school communities. 
 
Our work covers four primary areas:
 
Recruitment
The OHC Recruitment team works to attract a qualified and diverse pool of candidates from which principals can hire.  Their efforts range from participating in career fairs to developing a number of pathways to teaching with local universities. 
 
Hiring & Staffing
The OHC staffing managers work year-round to hire and staff both BPS central office and BPS schools.  They work closely with principals and school administrators to ensure that teachers are licensed and classrooms are appropriately staffed.
 
Professional Development & Performance Evaluation
OHC also works closely with staff to ensure continual professional growth through various professional development opportunities so that teachers, like their students, always have the opportunity to grow.  In addition, OHC also monitors educator effectiveness required by the state's new evaluation system.
 
Information Records & Management
A dedicated OHC team keeps employees' records updated, which includes processing changes in employee status (e.g. leaves of absences, retirements, and resignations).

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Announcements

  • BPS Teachers Win Mass Insight Award 
    Four teachers from the John D. O'Bryant School of Math & Science are among twenty-two teachers from across the state who were selected as Partners in Excellence Teacher Award winners for their outstanding contribution to student achievement and their dedication to College Success in the Mass Insight’s AP STEM program during school year 2013-2014. Mass Insight provides the state’s largest at-scale academic STEM program in Massachusetts, designed to increase participation and performance in Advanced Placement science, math, and English courses. The four teachers are Nora Tsoutsis (John D O'Bryant School of Math & Science, Language), Jason Joseph (John D O'Bryant School of Math & Science, Calculus AB), Juan Tapia (John D O'Bryant School of Math & Science, Calculus AB), and Zelia Dias (John D O'Bryant School of Math & Science, Chemistry). Read more at Mass Insight.
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  • April 1, 2014

    Boston Public Schools will be hosting an information session to learn about our recruitment, interview and hiring process. If you are an applicant interested in learning more about Boston Public Schools please follow the link to register for the next information session schedule for Tuesday, April 1, 2014 beginning at 5:00 p.m. at 26 Court St. Boston, MA in the Winter Chamber on the 1st floor.
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  • March 1, 2014

    BPS has just posted about 800 school-based jobs. Click the Apply Now button below to apply to a job today!  More jobs will be posted as they become available so check back regularly. 
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Contact

Office of Human Capital
26 Court Street, 3rd Floor
Boston, MA 02108 
 
(617) 635-9600