Work for Huber Heights City Schools
Working for Huber Heights City Schools can provide a rewarding and satisfying professional future. We are always looking for top-quality individuals who can make a difference in our community and students' lives.
Reasons to consider Huber Heights City Schools:
- Family-oriented work environment
- Motivated students and staff
- Year-around programs to enhance teacher growth and provide on-site professional development
- Comprehensive mentoring programs
- A competitive salary and benefits package
- Technology-rich learning environments
Huber Heights City Schools is an equal-opportunity employer, offering equal educational and employment opportunities.
Visit the Dayton Area Consortium to access our current employment opportunities.
Message from Mr. Reed
With over 700 staff and more than 5,000 students, the Department of Human Resources is focused on serving the teachers, staff and students of Huber Heights City Schools.
Working for HHCS is a positive and rewarding experience, and we strive to support that experience for all our staff throughout their time at HHCS.
We welcome you to consider us as an employment option!
BCI/FBI Background Check Procedures
Beginning September 1, 2021, all individuals needing a BCI and/or FBI Webcheck or fingerprint card completed by Huber Heights City Schools will need to make an appointment.
Appointments can be scheduled by calling Desiree Bleh at 937-237-6300 ext 83103. No walk-ins will be accepted. Hours for these services are Tuesday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Services will be completed at the Operations Department located at 7450 Taylorsville Road. Enter door #1.
Payment is to be made by cash or check and and is due at the time of service. No credit/debit cards accepted. Checks are made payable to Huber Heights City Schools. Fees as follows:
All fingerprint cards - $10.00
HHCS Employees: BCI - $22.00 | FBI - $25.25 | Total = $47.25
Non-HHCS Employees: BCI - $32.00 | FBI - $36.00 | Total = $68.00
HHCS is committed to an environment in which all individuals, including students, staff, job applicants, the general public and individuals with whom it does business, are treated with dignity and respect. The Board prohibits discrimination based on race, color, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, religion, sex, economic status, age, disability, military status or legally acquired genetic information. See our Board policy.