Kathleen F. Moran, Ed.D., Executive Director
Phone: 508-580-7535, Fax: 508-580-7091
Associate Director, Matthew Beals 508-580-7535
Associate Director, Tracy Holland 508-580-7535
Associate Director, Elisa Martineu 508-580-7535
To The Applicant:
The focus of the Brockton School Department is to provide instruction to suit the needs of its students. Our main objectives are to give college-bound students the greatest opportunities to meet the increasing competitiveness of college entrance and to prepare our non college-bound students to meet the demands of today's business world.
Of course, our educational programs are only as good as the caliber of the teachers employed to implement them. Consequently, the City of Brockton is interested in securing excellent teachers.
We are pleased that you have expressed an interest in the Brockton Public School Department.
- Affirmative Action
- BPS School Policies for Staff
- Employee Assistance Program
- Employment Application
- Employment Opportunities
- Forms for Staff
- Job Sharing
This is to notify all persons that the Brockton Public Schools does not discriminate against any person because of race, color, religious creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, ethnicity, marital or veteran status in the provision of or access to services, employment and activities.
The Brockton Public School System has designated Ms. Elisa Martineu as the Affirmative Action Officer.
Ms. Elisa Martineu
Human Resources Department
43 Crescent Street
Brockton, MA 02301
All policies are procedures are in accordance with all applicable federal and state laws.
AllOne Health Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
A Confidential Counseling and Referral Service
You receive 4 confidential in-person or phone counseling sessions
- Manage Anxiety/Depression
- Adjust to Demands of Work
- Resolve Relationship Conflict
- Talk About a Loved One’s Drinking
- Address Parenting and Family Issues
- Assess Your Level of Stress
- Become a Better Communicator
You receive legal assistance
One free 30 minute office or telephone consultation per legal matter (does not include job-related legal issues).
- Child Custody
- Car Accidents
- Real Estate / Landlord / Tenant Issues
You receive financial counseling
One free 30 minute telephone consultation per financial issue.
- Financial Planning
- Credit Card Debt
- Tax Advice
- College Planning
- Retirement Consultation
Log onto the EAP work/life website for resource and referral information
username - bps password - employee
Available to employees and household members 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Employment Application Form - digitally fillable - This fillable application form is in Adobe Acrobat.pdf format. You may download and fill this out electronically or you may print and fill it out manually for submission.
Applications along with the CORI form may be mailed, hand delivered, faxed, or e-mailed to the Human Resources Office.
PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR A SPECIFIC INTERNAL JOB POSTING YOU MUST ALSO COMPLETE THE JOB AD RESPONSE FORM BELOW.
Mail to: Human Resources
43 Crescent Street, Brockton, MA 02301
Hand Deliver to: Human Resources at above address
Fax to: 508-580-7091
E-mail to: email@example.com
School Year 2017-2018
- AmeriCorps VISTA Job Posting
- AmeriCorps Early Literacy Tutors Description
- AmeriCorps CNCS Fact Sheet
- BPS Volunteer Application
The Brockton Public Schools offers a competitive salary structure and benefits package. Brockton residency required within one year of employment.
Please send a letter of intent, resume, and three letters of reference by April 14, 2017 to:
Human Resources Office
43 Crescent Street
Brockton, MA 02301
Tel: 508-580-7535 Fax: 508-580-7091
An Equal Opportunity/ADA Compliant/ Affirmative Action Employer
The Brockton Public School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, veteran's status, sexual orientation or disability in admission to, access to, treatment in or employment in its programs and activities, in accordance with M.G.L. c. 76, s.5.
In January 2013, Massachusetts enacted Chapter 459 of the Acts of 2012, “An Act Relative to Background Checks.” This new law expands what public, private, and parochial schools, including approved private special education schools and child care facilities, already do in conducting state Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) checks on all employees at least once every three years.
|Fingerprint Registration Guide|
|How to Change, Correct or Update Your National Criminal History Record Response paperwork|
|Acceptable Forms of ID|
The law requires a fingerprint-based state and national criminal record check for all school employees and contractor employees. All newly hired school employees, including educators, student teachers, maintenance staff, cafeteria workers, and bus drivers, who work in the schools and may have direct and unmonitored contact with children are now required to complete the new fingerprint-based state and national background check for the 2013-2014 school year. Volunteers at schools will continue to be required to submit to state CORI checks at least once every three years, as currently required by statute, but the decision to require the submission of fingerprints by volunteers for the fingerprint-based state and national checks will be made locally, by schools or districts.
For all current K-12 school employees and early educators, the law directs the Board of Early Education and Care and the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education to adopt regulations that phase in fingerprint-based state and national background checks prior to September 1, 2016. Unlike most state CORI checks that have no associated fee, individuals will pay a fee to comply with this requirement that ranges from $35 for non-licensed employees to $55 for individuals licensed under G.L. Chapter 71, Section 38G (licensed educators and specialists). The Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS) has designed the system to meet this new national background check requirement.
NOTE: The Statewide Applicant Fingerprint Identification Services (SAFIS) program was launched on February 4, 2014. Newly hired employees for the 2013-14 school year, as well as applicants for licensure by the Department of Early Education and Care (EEC), will schedule appointments to submit their fingerprints, pursuant to the new law. In the meantime, schools, programs, and providers will continue to run CORI (and, if required, DCF) checks on school employees and EEC licensees, as required under current state statutes.
To Register for a Fingerprinting Appointment, please click HERE
When registering for an appointment please enter the following information for the District as your employer:
Provider or Organization code 00440000
- Brockton Public Schools, 43 Crescent Street, Brockton, MA 02301
- Phone 508-580-7535
- Employer Contact Name – Dr. Kathleen Moran, Executive Director of Human Resources
Massachusetts Conflict of Interest Law Course for Municipal Employees
All current state, county and municipal employees must complete online training on the state’s Conflict of Interest Law every two years. New public employees must complete the training within 30 days of hire and every two years thereafter.
All Brockton Public Schools employees are required to abide by the law and complete the Conflict of Interest program every two years. To do so, please click the link below, select the "Municipal Employee" Assessment button, complete the assessment and print out the completion certificate.
Employees should keep a copy of the certificate for themselves and provide a copy to the Human Resources Department at the Crosby Administration Building, 43 Crescent Street, Brockton, MA 02301.
Brockton Public Schools Job Sharing
Definition: Job sharing shall be defined as the allocation of the duties, salary, and benefits of one full time teaching position between two teachers such that the cost of the job sharing does not exceed the cost of one teacher. The division of these duties shall be according to the terms set forth below. Please note: the term “teacher” applies to any BEA member.
- Mentor Program
- Salary Accreditation
- Sick Leave Bank Committee
- Staff Photo ID's
- Student Teacher Placement / Classroom Observation Requests
- Substitute Teacher Payroll Schedule (2017-2018)
- Teacher Licensure
- Salary Schedules
BROCKTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
SALARY COMMITTEE MEETINGS
The following dates have been established for regularly scheduled Salary Committee Meetings for the 2017-2018 school year in the Human Resource Office.
** Please note: two dates have been identified for September.
|Wednesday||September 13, 2017||3:00 P.M.|
|Thursday||September 14, 2017||3:00 P.M.|
|Wednesday||October 11, 2017||3:00 P.M.|
|Wednesday||November 8, 2017||3:00 P.M.|
|Wednesday||December 13, 2017||3:00 P.M.|
|Wednesday||January 10, 2018||3:00 P.M.|
|Wednesday||February 14, 2018||3:00 P.M.|
|Wednesday||March 14, 2018||3:00 P.M.|
|Wednesday||April 11, 2018||3:00 P.M.|
|Wednesday||May 9, 2018||3:00 P.M.|
|Wednesday||June 13, 2018||3:00 P.M.|
|Matthew Beals||Central Administration|
|Elisa Martineu||Central Administration|
|Tracy Holland||Central Administration|
|Kathleen Larrivey||West - Ext. 7381|
|Audra Mancini||Kennedy - Ext. 7278|
2017-2018 MEETING DATES
*Tuesday the 5th, due to Labor Day
**Tuesday the 16th due to Martin Luther King Day
Meetings are usually scheduled on the first and third Monday of the month except for months which include a vacation week. Meetings are held in Human Resource, office of the Executive Director, David E. Crosby Administration Building, at 2:45 p.m.
ID badges can be obtained by making an appointment with the Word Processing Office at the Crosby Administration Building. Please call extension 7538 between 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 to 3:15 p.m. to schedule an appointment.
Each employee must provide their Employee Identification Number at the time of their appointment in order to procure an identification badge.
Thank you very much.
|Covers a 10 day work period
Wednesday - Tuesday
|# Days||Pay Date|
|September 5 (Labor Day 9/4)||9/6/2017||1||9/22/2017|
|Long term and Permanent 1 days|
|September 6 - September 19||9/20/2017||10||10/6/2017|
|September 20 - October 3||10/4/2017||10||10/20/2017|
|October 4 - October 17 (Columbus Day 10/9)||10/18/2017||9||11/3/2017|
|October 18 - October 31||11/1/2017||10||11/17/2017|
|November 1 - November 14 (Election Day 11/7, Veteran's Day 11/11)||11/15/2017||8||12/1/2017|
|November 15 - November 28 (Thanksgiving Recess 11/22, 11/23, 11/24)||11/29/2017||7||12/15/2017|
|November 29 - December 12||12/13/2017||10||12/29/2017|
|December 13 - December 26 (Holiday Recess 12/27, 12/28, 12/29, 1/1)||12/22/2017||8||1/12/2018|
|December 27 - January 9 (12/27, 12/28, 12/29, 1/1)||1/10/2018||6||1/26/2018|
|January 10 - January 23||1/24/2018||9||2/9/2018|
|January 24 - February 6||2/7/2018||10||2/23/2018|
|February 7 - February 20 (Winter Recess 2/19, 2/20)||2/16/2018||8||3/9/2018|
|February 21 - March 6 (Winter Recess 2/21, 2/22, 2/23)||3/7/2018||7||3/23/2018|
|March 7 - March 20||3/21/2018||10||4/6/2018|
|March 21 - April 3||4/4/2018||10||4/20/2018|
|April 4 - April 17 (Patriot's Day/Spring Recess 4/16 & 4/17)||4/13/2018||8||5/4/2018|
|April 18 - May 1 (Spring Recess 4/18, 4/19, 4/20)||5/2/2018||7||5/18/2018|
|May 2 - May 15||5/16/2018||10||6/1/2018|
|May 16 - May 29 (Memorial Day 5/28)||5/30/2018||9||6/15/2018|
|May 30 - June 12||6/13/2018||10||6/29/2018|
|June 13 - Last Day||LAST DAY||4||7/13/2018|
|(JUNE 16 OR LAST DAY OF SCHOOL) * Unless SNOW DAYS||LAST DAY||181|
THE LAST DAY OF SCHOOL IS 6/18/2018 UNLESS THERE ARE SNOWDAYS.
SCHOOLS MUST SUBMIT PAYSHEETS BEFORE THE CLOSE OF SCHOOL FOR THE CHRISTMAS VACATION.
Professional Licensure Renewal:
Go to www.doe.mass.edu/educators to begin the process.
♦ All educators are advised to review their licensure status on a yearly basis. Educator licenses are valid for five year of employment under that license. By reviewing your license and following the DESE licensure guidelines, you will avoid holding an expired or invalid license.
♦ Please note: a form is available on the BPS HR web site which may be used for Verification of School Based Employment / Induction Mentoring. The form is available on the DESE web site, also.
♦ Please remember that your Individual Professional Development Plan does require a final endorsement from your supervisor. For most K-8 teachers, the endorsement will be done by the Principal. For high school teachers, the endorsement will be done by the Department Heads.
√ Once your new license has been issued to you, please forward a copy to the Human Resources Office.
An Equal Opportunity / ADA Compliant /Affirmative Action Employer