Current Employment Opportunities

A woman works with a student in front of a bookcase.Career Opportunities with Quincy Public Schools

Quincy Public Schools is seeking highly qualified educators who reflect the racial and ethnic diversity of our students and community, are committed to the ideals of public education, can engage effectively with students and parents, and are committed to providing high-quality, antibiased, and culturally responsive learning opportunities for students.

Please note: All volunteers and all employees must submit to a criminal background check done by the State of Massachusetts before working with students.

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Ongoing Opportunities:
Please see Applying for QPS Jobs for information about the hiring process.

  • Bus Drivers: Permanent/part-time positions. Training will be provided. Please call  (617) 984-8774.

  • Bus Attendants: Permanent/part-time positions. Please call (617) 984-8774.

  • Substitute Teacher Positions

  • Substitute Paraprofessional and Clerical positions. Please call (617) 984-8774.

  • Temporary/Substitute School Nurses: Please contact Andrea Huwar, R.N., Health Services Coordinator at (617) 984-8899 for information and current openings.

  • Lunch Attendants: Lunch attendants work four days per week for 2 to 2 1/2 hours per day, monitoring elementary school students while eating and in the school playground after lunch. Lunch attendant work can lead to full-time positions as a cafeteria worker or as a paraprofessional (teacher's aide). Many lunch attendants work in the elementary school closest to their home. If you are interested in being a lunch attendant, please call the Principal of the elementary school in your neighborhood to see if there are any vacancies. If you are willing to work at any elementary school, please call Marylou Peck at (617) 984-8774.

  • School Volunteers: There are opportunities for school volunteers at every level, and in almost every school. If you are interested in becoming a school volunteer, please call the Principal of the elementary, middle, or high school that interests you to see if there are openings. Volunteers will need to complete an employment application and submit a CORI and SAFIS National Background Check.