Employment Opportunities

Frustrated with bureaucracy? Want to have a part in the decision making? Exciting opportunity to work in an innovative, teacher/staff-powered school.

In teacher/staff-powered schools, staff accept full responsibility for the success of their school. They feel an increased energy for the job and have greater ability to make needed improvements in student learning and school culture. Rosa Parks is a hybrid program that incorporates project based learning with more traditional programming to create customized programs for each student.

Rosa Parks Charter High School serves students who have historically not been successful in traditional settings for a variety of reasons.

Please send all inquiries, as well as cover letter, resume, license information, etc. to Personnel Committee Chair, Beth Bruns, 2450 Marion Road SE, Rochester, MN 55904 or ebruns@rocchs.org.

Positions for 2019-2020 School Year

Language Arts Teacher– Full Time

Special Education Paraprofessional– Full Time

Rosa Parks Charter High School is seeking applicants for a full-time special education paraprofessional. Duties include but are not limited to: supporting students and their academic, social and emotional goals, through classroom support as well as in a smaller setting. Assist with other tasks as determined by the special education teacher.


School Board Position (2)

Rosa Parks Charter High School currently has 2 open seats (1 specific to current parent of RP student and the other not specified) on the School Board.

Rosa Parks Charter HIgh School is a teacher-powered school, where teachers accept full responsibility for the success of their school. They feel an increased energy for the job and have greater ability to make needed improvements in student learning. Rosa Parks is a hybrid program that incorporates project based learning with more traditional programming to create customized programs for each student.

Rosa Parks Charter High School serves students who have historically not been successful in traditional settings for a variety of reasons.

School Board members are volunteers who serve a two-year term and are required to serve on at least one of the following committees: Facilities, Finance, Marketing or Personnel. Each committee meets monthly, and each month there is a Board meeting.
Please contact Tracy Olson (tolson@rocchs.org) or Kathy Flippin (kflippin@rocchs.org) if you are interested is serving on the School Board, or have specific questions.