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Dear Future Employees of District 54,

Schaumburg School District 54 is an inspirational place to work where we share knowledge, support each other, achieve great results and have fun. It is our goal to hire one more like our best and we appreciate your interest in applying for our job openings.

To ensure we keep our district flourishing, we are committed to advancing our knowledge and skills, as we believe that such dedication is crucial to our success. What do you get when you join our District 54 team?

  • Support from an instructional mentor for your first two years, including weekly meetings allowing for reflection, learning, feedback and questions;
  • A Professional Learning Community (PLC) to plan with and help you better understand our curriculum;
  • Building and district coaches who will work with you individually or during your PLC time;
  • Extensive professional development that is relevant to the curriculum and the students in the classroom;
  • Access to a multitude of curricular resources including technology; and
  • The opportunity to be part of a culture that embraces the success of the whole child.

Are you an educator who is ready for the challenge? Browse our current job openings or click the links below to learn more about what we offer in District 54. Don’t see a position in your area of expertise? Submit your application for future opportunities and consideration. We look forward to meeting you soon.

Superintendent Andy DuRoss

To view current open positions within District 54, please visit our Job Postings page.

To view the status of a previously submitted application, please log in here.

School District 54 strives to provide our staff and their families with a comprehensive and valuable benefits package. We want to make sure they’re getting the most out of our benefits— that’s why we’ve put together the following document.

D54 2022 Employee Benefits Guide

The District 54 Induction and Mentoring Program is designed to support new teachers and specialists and to create a professional growth environment. Mentor training, professional development classes and individual goal-setting are integral components of the District 54 Induction and Mentoring Program.

District 54 mentors form partnerships with new teachers, assisting them in understanding the core curriculum, classroom management, instructional strategies, assessment and all aspects of their professional development. They will refine their skills in developing trusting and open relationships and dialogues around instruction. They will use formative assessment tools to coach novice teachers.  Visit for more information.

Professional Development registration takes place through the Employee Access Center.

Note: You can only access this site from a district computer connected to the district network (or remote access).

After logging in, click the Professional Development link under “Employee Tasks” on the left-side menu.

You may view completed coursework under “Continuing Education.”  Course credit is listed individually.  To get a total listing of coursework including totals, please email [email protected].

To submit a request to student teach or intern with District 54, please visit the Student Teaching and Observing page.