How to Apply:
Thank you for your interest in Centennial School District. We accept employment applications for all positions electronically. Our secure online application system ensures that your application has been received by the District for review. Directions on how to view and apply for available positions are below.
INTERNAL APPLICANTS: If you are a current Centennial School District employee, you can create an internal account to apply for positions. To create an internal account, click on Search Available Positions above. At the top right of the screen, click on "Internal". Then create an internal account and you will be able to submit your interest, resume and cover letter for each position as an internal employee.
EXTERNAL APPLICANTS: All external applicants, please click on Search Available Positions above and create an account in the TalentEd system as an external applicant. You can then submit your application for each position of interest.
Important Notice to Applicants:
- DO NOT email, mail, and/or fax any application materials (e.g. application, resume, transcripts, clearances, etc). We will not accept these submissions. All paperwork must be uploaded with your electronic application.
- Unfortunately, due to the high number of applications we receive, we are unable to respond personally to inquiries and/or status updates in person, phone, or via email. You will be contacted via email to notify you about the outcome either way.
- Invitations to schedule an interview may be made online via the email account you provide to us. Please check your email account regularly.
- Centennial School District reserves the right to discontinue any job posting once enough applications have been received or a suitable applicant has been found before the deadline date.
TalentEd stores the most recently uploaded document to your
profile; documents are not stored to the
individual application. When applying to multiple positions, we suggest that you
keep your cover letter general in nature. TalentEd will not save attachments until the application is
completed and submitted.
If you need to update your application, do not withdraw
it. Log into your TalentEd account,
click the Profile tab, then click the link to update the application form. After making changes, continue through to the
end of the application. You will get a
confirmation notice that the information was updated but a new application was
For additional help with your application on TalentEd, click here: TalentEd FAQs
Required Paperwork for All New Employees:
In order to begin employment in any Pennsylvania public
school, all new employees are required to complete mandatory paperwork. Candidates are strongly encouraged to complete the forms as
soon as possible after receiving an offer of employment. Click here to view the required paperwork for all new employees: New Employee Paperwork
The Delaware Valley Consortium for Excellence & Equity (DVCEE)
The Centennial School District is a member of the Delaware Valley Consortium for Excellence & Equity (formerly the Delaware Valley Minority Student Achievement Consortium or DVMSAC), a collaborative association of 36 school districts located throughout Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and northern Delaware, as well as several intermediate units, and the PA State Education Association.
DVCEE members are committed to working together to enhance the achievement and well-being of all of their students, and most specifically, to increasing the academic performance, engagement, and future success of their students of color, first-generation college attendees, students of economic disadvantage, and other traditionally marginalized student groups.
The Centennial School District is an equal opportunity educational service agency and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation or religion in its activities, educational and vocational programs as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the 1972 Educational Amendments, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act of 1955 as amended.