Available Positions at DISD
Use the link below to view current job openings and apply for a job with Dumas ISD.
Become a Substitute Teacher – Please understand that you have to apply and interview to be considered for the substitute training.
If you have any questions, you can contact the Human Resources Secretary, Connie Crossland, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have substituted with DISD and have not attended the required emergency training you may call (806) 922-4432 or email (email@example.com) Chief Larry Payne at the high school to set up an individual emergency training.
Dumas Independent School District (DISD) is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of national origin, race, gender, creed, age, or disability. DISD subscribes to a drug-free environment for employees and students.
A Texas Education Agency Login (TEAL) account gives you access to the Educator Certification Online System (ECOS) to apply for and renew certifications with the Texas Education Agency.
Vetting our Employees
Every certified and non-certified employee, student teacher and substitute teacher of Dumas ISD is subject to a rigorous and comprehensive criminal history vetting process. This review is mandated by state law and District policy. The criminal history review process involves a wide-ranging search in both state and national criminal history databases to ensure that any criminal history of a potential employee is identified.
State law also prohibits a person from working at a district if the person has been convicted of, or placed on deferred adjudication community supervision for, certain “disqualifying” offenses. All Dumas ISD employees have undergone this extensive criminal history review, and none of the employees working for Dumas ISD are prohibited from employment due to a disqualifying offense.
In addition to the state-mandated vetting process, Dumas ISD has a robust recruitment procedure ensuring all employees are both the most qualified candidate for their position and are of sound moral character to serve the students of Dumas ISD.
Employee Benefit Programs
The purpose of this handbook is to provide information on employee standards, policies, and procedures.
District Job Descriptions
A complete list of position in the district with information on the job’s primary purpose, pay grade, qualifications, and major responsibilities.
Work Schedules are a list of contract begin and end dates, number of days in contract, and the holiday schedule for each position in the district.