Applying for jobs created by the Interim Agreement between CPS and CTU
by Jackson Potter | 07/31/2012
Tenured teachers displaced between June 30, 2010 and July 27, 2012 whose final ratings were Satisfactory or better are invited to apply for newly created elementary school positions pursuant to the interim agreement between the Board of Education and the Chicago Teachers Union. Below is information provided by Chicago Public Schools’ “Chief Talent Officer,” Alicia Winkler.
These newly created positions will be posted on CPS’s Talent Office Candidate Gateway beginning Monday, July 30, 2012. You will have the opportunity to express your interest in these positions by posting for those for which you meet the qualifications no later than Friday, August 3, 2012 at 5:00 PM.
You may access these positions at https://www.cps-humancapital.org/app/. Once you log on, you must then search for the appropriate job category and within job category look for positions specifically identified as “Regular Teacher – FSD” or “Part-Time Teacher – FSD”.
If you are selected for placement into one of these positions, your placement will be conditional on your acknowledgement and agreement that your placement is on an interim basis through the first semester and that you may be displaced at the end of the semester. If you are retained at the end of the semester, you will be appointed to the position with tenure rights.
Please email us at Organizing@ctulocal1.com once you have applied to every position you can fill, with a list of where you applied so we can follow up and make sure you are properly considered. Please copy the table below and paste it into your email. In your e-mail to Organizing@ctulocal1.com please fill in as many rows as possible. In order to facilitate our data entry, please fill all fields, even where repetitive (i.e. name and date). It should be easy to copy and paste position information from the "Job Search" page, prior to clicking "Add" next to each position.
|First Name||Last Name||Date Application
|Job Title||Name of School||Program||Profile|
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