KATY MAGAZINE NEWS
September 7, 2021
By Natalie Cook Clark
Katy ISD is hiring hundreds of positions from clerks, teachers, special education, substitutes, bus drivers and more. The fast-growing school district earned a spot on the Top 10 list of Forbes Best Employers in Texas.
Hundreds of Jobs Available
Katy ISD is hiring hundreds of jobs ranging from positions in math, science, foreign language, special education, and much more.
Those interested can apply online.
A Forbes Top 10 Employer
The District once again earned a spot in the Forbes List of Best Employers in the state of Texas, being the only school district named. Katy ISD came in at #8 along with businesses like Dell Technologies, NASA, Southwest Airlines and other renowned companies.
“From our teachers, administrators, operations and support staff, every member of the Katy ISD family strives daily to provide supportive and unparalleled learning experiences to the more than 87,000 students we serve,” says Katy ISD Superintendent Dr. Ken Gregorski.
In its third annual year of releasing the list, Forbes partnered with a market research company, Statista to create the list that is divided into rankings for each state plus the District of Columbia.
They compiled surveys from 80,000 Americans working for businesses with at least 500 employees. Anonymous surveys were conducted from October 2020 to June 2021.
Read the full Forbes article here.
Many Positions Need to be Filled
Katy ISD is also actively seeking bus drivers as, like so many school districts, they are experiencing a shortage. The District currently has a school bus fleet of 671. They have 343 drivers which is down 32 from last school year.
Other open positions include: multiple assistant principals, warehouse shipping/receiving, family and consumer science teacher, teen leadership teacher, lifeguard, counselor, and many more.
For more information on Katy ISD open positions or to apply, visit their website.
“They are the best staff I have ever had the privilege to work alongside. It is our employees that truly makes Katy ISD such a special place,” says Dr. Gregorski.