Application Process

Application Process

1. Submit an online application
2. Upload any required documents including a resume, certifications or licenses, and transcripts
3. Apply your completed application to available job openings
4. Apply to generic postings (district) for positions in which you are certified.
5. If you applied to a teaching position, you will receive an email to complete a video interview through RIVS. This takes approximately 15 minutes to complete.
6. You are more than welcome to email your resume to principals/ supervisors.
7. Principals and supervisors will schedule their own interviews, not Human Resources.
8. Human Resources will offer positions with McKinney ISD, not principals.

Application FAQs

1. How long will my application be kept on file?
Applications will remain active for 6 months from the last day submitted.

2. I graduate college at the end of the semester. When should I apply?
Apply as soon as possible. You can update your application after you pass your certification exams and graduate.

3. I am receiving an error message when trying to upload my documents. How do I proceed?
The online application system will only accept documents which are 6 megabytes or smaller. Acceptable document types are PDF, HTML, and text files. You may convert Microsoft Word documents to PDF by using the document converter feature located on the Manage Documents page of your application workspace.

4. Do I need to submit a service record with my application?
If offered a position, service records will be requested as part of the hiring process.

5. Can I delete old documents from my application file?
No. Documents submitted become the property of McKinney ISD. You may submit new or updated documents to your application file. The new documents will appear in date order.

Equal Opportunity

The McKinney ISD considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, national origin, age, religion, sex, marital status, military or veteran status, disability, genetic information, or any other legally protected status.