Be a part of the STISD team that embraces a diverse culture and an 'always innovating' mentality. We strive to provide our students with the best education and resources every day, and are committed to building a strong community of professionals who are committed to providing a high-quality education for students in grades 6-12 from Cameron, Hidalgo and Willacy counties.
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STISD JOB FAIR
Saturday, April 9
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
South Texas ISD
Science Academy Gym
(1LT Andres Zermeño Memorial Gymnasium)
900 Med High Dr., Mercedes
SEE WHAT LIFE IS LIKE AT STISD | MEET ADMINISTRATORS | SPEAK WITH DEPARTMENT LEADS | APPLY ON SITE
South Texas Independent School District (STISD) continues to grow and innovate. STISD uses an online only application process called NEOGOV, and as vacancies occur, they are posted online. Applicants are encouraged to check online frequently for new employment postings and update their application online as changes occur.
- Accounts Payable Clerk
- Assistant Principal
- Bookkeeper/Purchasing Clerk
- Bus Drivers/Custodians
- Career and Technical Education (CTE) Director
- School Nurse
- Licensed Specialist in School Psychology
- Math Instructors
- Physical Education Instructors
- Technology Applications Instructor
- Welding Instructor
- Special Education Instructors
- and MORE!
- Fill out all required information
- Add three (3) references: (1) current/most recent supervisor – will be contacted via phone, (2) Co-worker/work related reference (3) Co-worker/personal reference (References cannot be family members)
- Upload all required documents as per job posting.
- Fill out DPS Criminal Authorization Form & attach to application
FOR ALL INQUIRIES, CONTACT:
- Sylvia Arismendez, Receptionist/Secretary for Human Resources | 956.514.4224
- Lidia Faz: Secretary to Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources | 956.514.4226
- Janie Sicairos, Human Resources Specialist | 956.514.4263
- Lissa Frausto, Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources
STISD serves middle school and high school students who live along the southernmost tip of Texas, the region known as the Rio Grande Valley. The district stretches over three counties, Cameron, Hidalgo and Willacy, and overlaps 28 other school districts, an area of 3,643 miles.