Find Out How to Apply

Thank you for your interest in applying with Cedar Unified School District No. 25. This is a district "to provide comprehensive, success-oriented learning activities for young people in our schools" and is dedicated to excellence in education for all. The district is located on the Navajo/Hopi reservations. The district office is located on the Jeddito School campus at milepost 408 on Highway 264. We have two schools in our district, Jeddito K-8 School and White Cone High School. Whitecone is located approximately 10 miles South of Highway 264 and Navajo Route 6.

Below are the following items needed to present a complete packet for consideration for vacant positions:

  1. CUSD No. 25 employment application
  2. Letter of Interest
  3. Resume
  4. Copy of High School Diploma/GED
  5. Official college transcriptions, if applicable
  6. Current Arizona Teaching Certification (for certified positions only)
  7. Three (3) Reference Letters prepared in the last six months
  8. Valid fingerprint card from Arizona DPS

Your application will become property of the Cedar Unified School District No. 25 upon receipt by the Human Resources Department and will be kept on file for one (1) year after the date of submission. Your application will be evaluated according to the requirements of the vacant position. An interview may be scheduled if you are a qualified applicant.

Should you have any questions or need additional information, please contact the Human Resources Department via e-mail or phone at (928) 738-2366.


Human Resources Staff

The Human Resources Department is happy to help you with any of your needs. 

Valerie Kooyaquaptewa HR Coordinator 928) 738- 2334 ext.131

 


Job Applications

The application forms are included on this page (below). Simply click on the appropriate link and you will be able to launch a PDF version of the application. Print the form, complete it, and fax or mail it to us.


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