Personnel Department
Human Resources

The Human Resource Department coordinates district recruitment, employment, employee policies and compliance. The Human Resource staff consists of Lori Boots, Human Resource Officer; Juanelda Lee, Receptionist; and Tami Gardenhire, Substitute Coordinator.

Employment opportunities at Muskogee Public Schools include a variety of positions in the areas of administrative, certified, support, and substitute employment.

The district school sites are staffed with a full complement of personnel, including teachers, counselors, librarians, administrators, integration specialists, food service staff, secretarial staff, custodial staff, academic tutors, and parent liaisons. There are currently 472 certified staff, 332 non-certified staff, and approximately 131 substitute teachers on file. Thirty-six (36) teachers are recognized as National Board Certified Teachers.

The Board of Education Service & Technology Center (B.E.S.T. Center) is staffed with personnel who perform district-wide functions, including the management of curriculum, professional development training programs, technology resources, special education services, on-line student computer services, community mentoring services, GED services, substitute calling services, paraprofessional testing, those who manage and support financial aspects of the district, such as payroll, receipt and management of funding, payment of invoices, and other critical business functions.

Anyone interested in applying for a position with Muskogee Public Schools will need to complete one of the District's application forms ( certified/administrative, substitute or support) available from this website or available through the receptionist at the B.E.S.T. Center located at 202 West Broadway, Muskogee, Oklahoma 74401. In addition to having a current application on file, the applicant should send a letter (or e-mail) of interest for each posted position for which he/she wishes to be considered. The email address to send attachments such as completed applications and letters of intent need to be directed to:

Muskogee Public Schools is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable federal and state civil rights statutes, laws and regulations. Discrimination is prohibited against any person in recruitment, selection, promotion, transfer, retention, discipline, pay, or other terms and conditions of employment, in access to facilities, in treatment of individuals with disabilities, or in any aspect of operations, because of race, age, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability, or veteran status. Discrimination is a violation of the law and will not be condoned or tolerated in the Muskogee Public Schools district.