Why Choose Ingham ISD?
At Ingham Intermediate School District, we strive to reward our staff of valued professionals with a comprehensive benefits package that includes;
- Competitive wages
- Five employer-paid health insurance plans to choose from
- Employer-paid dental and vision insurance
- Employer-paid life insurance
- Retirement benefits
- District-supported professional development
- Tuition reimbursement
- Paid sick, personal and vacation time
- Paid holidays
- Positive work-life balance
Please visit our Budget and Salary/Compensation Transparency Reporting page for detailed information. Contact us to learn more.
Please consider joining our team by applying for one of the following opportunities:
To apply or view openings in consortium districts
To get started, please see the following links:
The Ingham County Schools Consortium Online Application System will allow applicants to view and apply for job openings in the following school districts:
- Charlotte Public Schools
- Cole Academy
- East Lansing Public Schools
- Eaton Rapids Public Schools
- Haslett Public Schools
- Holt Public Schools
- Ingham Intermediate School District
- Leslie Public Schools
- Mason Public Schools
- Mid-Michigan Leadership Academy
- NexTech High School Lansing
- Okemos Public School
- Relevant Academy - Charlotte
- Stockbridge Public Schools
- Waverly Public Schools
- Webberville Public Schools
- Williamston Public Schools
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Ingham ISD Consortium?
The Ingham ISD Consortium comprises several local school districts and public school academies. As a consortium, we are dedicated to the recruitment, selection and employment of those educators, support staff and personnel who pursue excellence in their chosen field. The consortium offers the convenience of a shared application system. When you submit your application, it will be stored in the Frontline database where it may be viewed by any of the consortium districts. Each district in the consortium is an independent partner of the others and manages its own hiring process. If you have questions about a specific vacancy, please contact the hiring district.
How do I apply to the consortium?
Create an account for yourself in Frontline and submit your application through the account. It will be helpful to you in pursuing employment opportunities to attach any supporting documentation, including your resume, cover letter, teaching certificate or other license, college transcripts, etc.
Can I upload more than one cover letter?
Yes, you may add a cover letter to your account for each position that you apply for. Alternatively, you may wish to upload one general cover letter. Any cover letter or other documentation that you attach to your application may be viewed by any of the consortium districts. Please rest assured that our consortium hiring managers are accustomed to our applicants having expressed interest in several positions, and they will be able to sort out which cover letter applies to the position for which they are hiring.
Can I update my application once it is already in the system?
You can update your application or make revisions as often as you like. Simply log into your application, make any necessary updates, save and submit. Your application will be updated in the system as soon as you save it.
Who do I contact if I still have questions?
If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact Anna Lowe or at 517.244.1269.
“Throughout my 34 years as a School Occupational Therapist, I have been richly supported by administration and fellow colleagues to grow into the therapist that my students need, and encouraged to develop skill sets that feed my professional passions. Ingham ISD not only helps students grow to their best potential, but also nurtures the adults in its midst. I am continually amazed at the quality of staff we attract, and blessed by their ability to support my ongoing continual improvement. This continues to be my ‘dream job,’ and I’m pretty sure you will find it to be yours, too. We truly live our sense of #inghamimpact.”
~Stacy Turke, School Occupational Therapist