If the pandemic has set you back in your career, or if you're simply searching for a new challenge, the Danbury Public Schools are hiring for well over 100 positions.

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How are your math skills? Or maybe you could see yourself on the sidelines coaching JV Baseball or Volleyball? Or you may be one of those that have mad tech skills. There's even an open position for Chief Strategy and Operations Officer. If any of these sound like you, the Danbury Public Schools may be looking for you.

Even though the school year is almost halfway through, there are still opportunities to get on board and become part of the Danbury Public School system.

They are looking for full, part-time and seasonal employees, and have a number of jobs that are available immediately.

While celebrating the fact that the Danbury Public School System prides itself on the diversity of the 75 different ethnicities living, working, and going to school in the Hat City, the human resources department explains why they feel that Danbury Schools are an amazing place to work.

"The crown jewel of Connecticut lies in northern Fairfield County, right over the New York border," says a representative of the DPS. "Danbury incorporates the virtues of both an urban center, together with small town charm. Our city is situated at the heart of the Housatonic Valley Region. Danbury is convenient to major interstates that will take you from Maine to Florida for scenic, as well as fun filled times."

As of this writing, Danbury is looking for teachers at the High School level in English, Business, Math, Technology Education, and plenty more.

Elementary School teachers are wanted for Park Ave, Morris Street, Hayestown School, Ellsworth Ave. and others.

There are also job openings in the Athletic Department for an assistant Football Coach, JV Baseball, Head Coaches for Wrestling, Boys Soccer, Girls Lacrosse, and Girls Swimming. On the office side, they are looking for office clerks, and bookkeepers. Heck, you could even be a part of the music department as a long term substitute

Check the Danbury Public Schools site for a full list of all available positions.

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