Human Resource Services

Human Resource Services and Employment

The Kettering City School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Human Resource Services Staff

Deborah Mears,
(937) 499-1426

Kari Basson, Assistant to the Director
(937) 499-1458

Sue Warner, Secretary, Human Resource Services
(937) 499-1428

Sheryl Chaffin, Sub Assignment Specialist
(937) 499-1427

Joyce Schaeffer, Personnel Records Specialist
(937) 499-1429


Human Resource Services

The Human Resource Services Department identifies, recruits and oversees the selection of top-quality staff members.  We are responsible for posting available positions, maintaining personnel records, facilitating background checks and many other staff-related issues.

Please do not hesitate to call us at (937) 499-1426 if we can be of assistance.  The office is open from 7:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. each day, year-round.


Join our Family of Professionals!

Working for the Kettering City Schools can be your way to a rewarding and satisfying professional future. As one of Ohio's premier school districts, Kettering is always looking for top-quality individuals who can make an outstanding school district even better.

Our Pride Makes the Difference!

• Over 7,200 students currently attend our eight elementary neighborhood schools (K-5), our two middle schools (6-8), and Kettering Fairmont High School (9-12).

• The Kettering City School District completed a $102 million construction/renovation project in 2006. A brand-new Greenmont Elementary School was constructed, and construction and renovations were made on each of the district’s remaining 10 buildings.

• In addition, the district constructed the new Performing Arts Center at Fairmont High School, the James S. Trent Arena, and completely renovated the Chester A. Roush Stadium.

• Kettering offers its students a strong academic program at all levels, and features a full complement of advanced courses including, International Baccalaureate, Advanced Placement and Honors courses at the secondary level; and services for special needs students that is regarded as a model program by other districts from across the region.

Why Work Here?

• Family oriented work environment
• Outstanding Parental and Community support
• Motivated students
• Extensive Staff development programs
• Comprehensive mentor programs
• Competitive Salary and Benefit Package
• Newly renovated buildings

The Kettering City School District is an equal-opportunity employer, offering equal educational and employment opportunities. -- If you are interested in applying for a Teaching Position ** on-line, you can do so by logging on to:  

This service allows prospective employees to access open positions and apply for jobs in the Kettering Schools and in school districts across the Miami Valley.  It is also

** For information regarding other available positions in the Kettering City School District, please call the following departments:

(937) 499-1418
Delores Eversole, Administrative Assistant to the
Superintendent and Director of Business Services 

(937) 499-1770 
Dan Girvin, Supervisor 

Food & Nutrition Services
(937) 499-1446
Louise Easterly, Supervisor 

Maintenance/Bldgs. & Grounds
(937) 499-1760
Phil Hacker, Supervisor

(937) 499-1426
Sue Warner, Administrative Assistant to the
Director of Human Resource Services

Substitute Teaching Opportunities and Teacher Certification
(937) 499-1427
Sheryl Chaffin, Substitute Assignment Specialist