The Department of Human Resources provides an array of support services to applicants and Reading School District staff members at all levels of the organization.
Reading School District is an equal opportunity employer and prides itself on its recruitment and selection procedures and processes. HR is instrumental in posting and advertising for open positions; the collection, screening, and processing of application packets; facilitating the interview process, and responding to applicant inquiries. Our goal is to attract qualified applicants who will enhance the educational program for the District’s almost 18,000 students.
HR serves as a resource center for the District’s almost 2,000 employees represented by six separate unions and two professional organizations. HR serves as the first point of contact for all employee and labor relations issues with specific emphasis on contract interpretation and implementation; comprehensive, confidential investigations; and compliance with local, state, and federal employment and labor law. HR has an “open door” policy and encourages staff members to contact the Department as a first-line resource for questions related to their employment. Examples of services that HR specifically coordinates and/or facilitates for staff members include, but is not limited to, the self-insured medical benefits program, the Employee Assistance Program, workers’ compensation, leaves of absence, absence request processing, certification, tuition reimbursement, and personnel file review.
For more information on the Department of Human Resources or if you have specific questions regarding employment opportunities or benefits available to you as a Reading School District employee, please contact the staff members listed above.
Human Resources Staff
HR Specialist (Professional Staff)
HR Specialist (Support Staff)
Lisa M. Magrowski
Director of Employee Benefits & Risk Management
Attendance & Leave Specialist
Benefits Clerk/Workers Compensation
Human Resources Announcements
Director of Human Resources
Reading School District currently needs teachers for daily and long-term substitute positions. In order to apply for these substitute positons, you must be registered with Kelly Educational Staffing. For information, contact Kimberly Brown with Kelly Educational Staffing at 484-361-4643 or visit kellyeducationalstaffing.com.
Substitute Paraprofessionals and Food Service
Reading School District currently needs Paraprofessionals and Food Service workers for daily substitute positions. In order to apply for these substitute positions, you must be registered with the SOS Group. For more information, visit www.sosgroupinc.com.
To discuss recuritment or job fair opportunities, contact HR Generalist Cristina Raimondi at 484-258-7007.