OKCPS is Offering a Recruitment Bonus for Newly Hired Science, Math and Special Education Teachers
For Immediate Release
June 2, 2021
OKCPS IS OFFERING A RECRUITMENT BONUS FOR NEWLY HIRED SCIENCE, MATH AND SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHERS
(Oklahoma City, OK) - OKCPS is excited to announce a one-time recruitment stipend of $1,500 to new teachers accepting employment with the district in Secondary Science, Secondary Math and PK-12 Special Education positions. Current or pending certification in the appropriate subject area is required.
These specialized roles are critical in the daily operations of a school, especially now. As part of 2019’s Pathway to Greatness, the district has a renewed emphasis on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) to ensure OKCPS graduates are prepared to succeed in their future fields of expertise. Prospective Special Education teachers still have an opportunity to sign up for the district’s Special Education Boot Camp to receive proper certification.
“We have the best teachers in Oklahoma and we are always looking for talented, dedicated individuals to join our team,” said OKCPS Superintendent Dr. Sean McDaniel. “If you believe that all children deserve access to a world class education, we would love for you to join Team OKCPS.’
OKCPS has a starting base salary of $41,000 plus health benefits of up to $7,390.80. In addition, OKCPS also pays for the employee’s portion of Oklahoma Teachers’ Retirement adding an additional 7% to our compensation package for a total minimum of $51,260.80.
A 181 work day contract with summers and other paid holidays off
Regular hours are Monday - Friday, 7.5 hour days (no evenings or weekends!)
Equalized pay - there are 24 pay periods in a contract year, so employees receive a paycheck even during summer break
Paid health insurance
Paid life insurance
Paid contributions to the Teacher Retirement System, plus other OKCPS benefits
OKCPS Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, Brad Herzer, will be available for interviews via Zoom. Please contact Crystal Raymond to request an interview.