The Office of Human Resources is dedicated to supporting the educational mission of the Abington School District through the implementation and continual improvement of a complete Human Resource Management Program for all district staff.
To this end, each staff member of the Office of Human Resources is committed to providing comprehensive services and expertise in the areas of: employment, benefits administration, position classification, employee compensation, labor relations, and staff development.
Individuals interested in applying for a professional position with the Abington School District should send to the district a letter of interest, resume, PA standard teaching application (available from the bulleted Employment Application Forms link below), copies of clearances: Act 34 Request for Criminal Record Check, Act 151 Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance, Act 114 FBI Federal Criminal History Record, and transcripts, and teaching certificate, plus three letters of reference. Individuals interested in applying for a support staff position should send a letter of interest, resume or support staff application (available from the bulleted Employment Application Forms link below). The information should be mailed to: Ms. Susanne W. Alfonso, Director of Human Resources, Abington School District, 970 Highland Avenue, Abington, PA 19001. Click here to obtain information and forms regarding the necessary clearances.
Abington School District provides a comprehensive benefits package including medical insurance, prescription drug coverage, dental insurance, vision program, life insurance and long-term disability insurance. Employees receive a general orientation to the Abington School District upon employment. A comprehensive employee benefits overview is offered to each employee upon hire or at the conclusion of the probationary period, if applicable. The Office of Human Resources and Employee Benefits Office are available to all employees for continuing support throughout employment.
Abington School District is committed to complying fully with all Federal and state laws banning discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin/ethnicity, veteran status, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, or religion with regard to instructional programs, extracurricular activities, and employment practices. Any person who believes himself or herself to be a victim of discrimination by the school district should refer the matter to the attention of the building principal or area supervisor. If the matter is not resolved satisfactorily, it should be brought to the attention of the Superintendent of Schools.