Working in the Lenox Public Schools

The Lenox Public Schools seeks dedicated individuals to fill positions in teaching, administration, support services, and facilities maintenance. Employees of the Lenox Public Schools enjoy regionally-competitive wages and benefits, and reimbursement for professional development. The Lenox Public Schools is a working environment committed to collaboration and the professional growth of its employees.


POSTING DATES:  March 29, 2019   TO:  May 29, 2019
TO BE FILLED BY:  June 7, 2019
Position begins on July 1, 2019

Under the direction of the Superintendent, the Director of Student Services shall assume responsibility for the planning, development, coordination, and management of all Special Education programs, services, budgets and personnel and shall ensure compliance with state and federal regulations governing the delivery of services to students with disabilities.  The DSS is also responsible for development, implementation and evaluation of the district’s Special Education programs; development, implementation, and evaluation of programming for ELs, supervision of nurses, adjustment counselors, and Special Education teachers and staff, and serving as liaison with applicable public and private agencies.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree
  • MA DESE license as an Administrator of Special Education
  • Must be able to work collaboratively as part of a team
  • Good written and verbal communication skills

Interested persons should respond in writing by April 16, 2019.  Please submit a letter of interest, resume, three current and signed letters of recommendation, and evidence of MA licensure to:

Dr. Kimberly Merrick
Superintendent of Schools
6 Walker Street
Lenox, MA  01240



Bus Driver, Custodian, Nurse, Teacher, Classroom Paraprofessional, and Food Services

Interested persons may apply at the Superintendent’s office, Lenox Town Hall, 6 Walker Street, Lenox, MA 01240.

Applications can also be found on the Lenox Public School website, www.lenoxps.org and submitted to the Superintendent’s office.

Non-discrimination and equal opportunity are the policy of the Lenox Public Schools in all of its educational programs, activities, and employment practices.  No person shall be discriminated against or excluded from participation or workplace advancement on the basis of race, color, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, limited English proficiency, housing status, or disability.