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Speech Language Therapist
South Central Kansas Special Education Cooperative USD 605
Pratt, KS 67124

Special Education Teacher
South Central Kansas Special Education Cooperative USD 605
Pratt, KS 67124

Elementary, Secondary and Special Education
Seaman USD 345
Topeka, KS 66608

Middle School Counselor
Spring Hill USD 230
Spring Hill, KS 66083

Middle School Instructional Coach
Spring Hill USD 230
Spring Hill, KS 66083

High School Life Skills Teacher
Spring Hill USD 230
Spring Hill, KS 66083

Anticipated Special Education Teachers
Spring Hill USD 230
Spring Hill, KS 66083

Band Director @ Washburn Rural Middle School USD 437
Auburn-Washburn USD 437
Topeka, KS 66610

Director of Business & Finance
De Soto USD 232
De Soto, KS 66018

Anticipated Assistant Director of Bands @ Washburn Rural High School USD 437
Auburn-Washburn USD 437
Topeka, KS 66610

Technology Teacher
Smoky Valley USD 400
Lindsborg, KS 67456

Vocational Agriculture Instructor
Peabody-Burns USD 398
Peabody, KS 66866

HS & MS Science Chemistry or Biology
Peabody-Burns USD 398
Peabody, KS 66866

Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education
Liberal USD 480
Liberal, KS 67901

7-12 Science Teacher
Concordia USD 333
Concordia, KS 66901

Elementary School Teacher
Concordia USD 333
Concordia, KS 66901

Special Education Teacher, Grades 4-8 at Clifton-Clyde Middle School
Concordia USD 333
Concordia, KS 66901

Social/Emotional Intervention Consultant
Concordia USD 333
Concordia, KS 66901

Elementary Teacher
Morris County USD 417
Council Grove, KS 66846

Vocal/Instrumental Instructor
Morris County USD 417
Council Grove, KS 66846

7th Grade English Teacher
Wichita Collegiate School
Wichita, KS 67206

Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Innovation
Wichita Collegiate School
Wichita, KS 67206

Industrial Arts
Cheylin USD 103
Bird City, KS 67731

Art teacher
Cheylin USD 103
Bird City, KS 67731

K-12 Principal
Cheylin USD 103
Bird City, KS 67731

Kansas Teaching Jobs Virtual Career Fair - Feb. 11th
Auburn-Washburn USD 437
Topeka, KS 66610

Interrelated Special Education Teacher, Grades K-5
Basehor-Linwood USD 458
Basehor, KS 66007

Principal (7-12)
Smoky Hill Education Service Center
Salina, KS 67401

Special Education Teacher
Smoky Hill Education Service Center
Salina, KS 67401

Teacher Assistant
Smoky Hill Education Service Center
Salina, KS 67401

LHS Athletic Director

Activities Management


  • Oversee the recruitment, hiring process, and supervision of activity and club sponsors
  • Mentor activity and club sponsors
  • Conduct both pre-season and post-season individual meetings with head sponsors to discuss roles and responsibilities as well as their needs for support
  • Conduct monthly 10-Minute Meetings with each sponsor
  • Host quarterly advisory sessions with sponsors to set and monitor goals and to receive feedback, ideas, and suggestions
  • Attend meetings and practices on a regular basis and provide coaching and support for sponsors
  • Provide professional development for sponsors as needed
  • Provide character training for sponsors and students


  • Assist in hosting quarterly advisory sessions with students who participate in athletics and activities to set and monitor goals and to receive feedback, ideas, and suggestions
  • Mediate any student/parent/sponsor concerns that may arise
  • Work with Extra-Curricular team to create and implement a plan to ensure 100% student participation in at least one extra-curricular activity

Fundraising/Budgeting/Fiscal Management

  • Create yearly budget for activities
  • Approve sponsors’ orders for activity/club supplies and expenditures
  • Assist the athletic director in seeking partnerships with local and regional businesses to continually increase financial and other types of support for high school teams and organizations
  • Work closely with district financial officer on all major purchases
  • Prepare and oversee and assist with all activity/club budgets
  • Approve and oversee fundraisers for activities and clubs


  • Ensure that all activity and club events are scheduled via the district’s management system to ensure that facilities are reserved for practices and events
  • Research and advise any facility or major equipment replacement or upgrades
  • Coordinate and communicate with high school and district staff to ensure facilities are safe and properly prepared for events
  • Oversee the inventory and evaluation of equipment for activities and clubs
  • Oversee and enter work orders into School Dude (or other management system determined by the district for all school needs
  • Conduct a daily, weekly, and monthly inspection of all school facilities; communicate needs to the principal and district facilities staff as needed
  • Conduct data gathering and analysis of the efficiency, effectiveness, and quality of the facilities and their upkeep and maintenance
  • Work with principals and staff to create requests for holiday and summer break project requests to be submitted to the district management system


  • Work with custodial staff to create and adjust a set of expectations and a schedule
  • Maintain communication among custodial staff, staff, and administration
  • Set, monitor, and communicate progress on long-term and short-term goals
  • Assist the principal in charge of classified staff to hire, evaluate, and provide feedback to custodial staff


  • Ensure the department, coaches, and sponsors  are compliant with district, school, and organization and/or KSHSAA policies, rules, guidelines, and procedures
  • Assist with updating, revising, and distributing handbook and policies
  • Approve activity and club handbooks and/or constitution
  • Assist with random drug testing according to USD 480 policy
  • Ensure that all activity and club participants are eligible to do so
  • Attend conference and KSHSAA meetings with the athletic director as assigned



  • Assist activity  and club sponsors with scheduling, contracts, etc. as needed
  • Serve as host to home activity and club events, ensuring that Liberal High School is represented as a class act institution
  • Assist the athletic director in event management for athletic events
  • Manage the hiring, scheduling, and payment of event workers for activities and clubs, as needed
  • Communicate and coordinate with principal and assistant principals to ensure necessary supervision of events
  • Oversee and approve transportation planning and requests for all high school activity and club events
  • Collaborate with middle school athletic/activities directors as needed to coordinate facility usage, staffing, and other athletic/activities-related issues
  • Provide timely information regarding event details to all stakeholders
  • Coordinate a send-off for all teams and organizations who are competing in state-level competition or higher
  • Schedule, organize, and coordinate recognition and Appreciation Nights for all home varsity football and basketball events, and other events as assigned
  • Supervise the Rowdy Crowd at home events
  • Work with Rowdy Crowd to establish guidelines, themes, and expected conduct
  • Oversee Homecoming Week events and activities

Public Relations

  • Promote high school events and highlights via local and regional media as well as social and digital media
  • Oversee the management of department social media accounts including the activities website
  • Establish guidelines for sponsors, and students in their interactions with media and use of social media when representing Liberal High School
  • Ensure that sponsors develop and implement a plan and process for communicating with local and regional media and routinely posting on social and digital media
  • Collect, analyze, and communicate activities data with all stakeholders

Civic Engagement

  • Lead efforts to increase civic engagement by both students and staff
  • Coordinate and organize civic engagement and outreach opportunities
  • Update and revise community service requirements and handbook
  • Work with community members to arrange civic engagement and student internship opportunities
  • Communicate civic engagement and student internship opportunities to administration, Student Engagement Coordinator, students, and staff
  • Ensure the follow-up by students and staff in thanking and recognizing community members and organizations



  • Coordinate and approve summer programs, camps, and clinics, ensuring that they meet organization and/or KSHSAA regulations
  • Conduct data gathering and analysis regarding activities, clubs, participation eligibility, and qualification for end of the year awards
  • Research relevant topics for the school and athletics department


  • Assist with student supervision during the school day as necessary
  • Assist the athletics director and/or principals as needed
  • Work with Signature Move teams to coordinate, organize, and communicate homeroom activities and plans


*Other duties as assigned


System of Monitoring / Scoreboard

  • Activity Attendance
  • Homeroom Mentor Check Sheets
  • Redskin Lounge Eligibility

Liberal USD 480

Job Start Date: November-4-2020
Applications Due By: November-4-2021

Job Contact Information
Ashley Kappelmann - - 620-604-1200

Employer Information
Liberal USD 480

Unified School District #480

7 Parkway Blvd     Liberal, Kansas 620-604-1010

USD 480 is a school district with 130 years of history, pride and tradition, including state championships in numerous sports, award-winning“That” Liberal Band, an AVID National Demonstration School, a Spanish/English dual language program, a community early learning m center, and a strong collaboration with Seward County Community College.  But in 2018, we began a new era. As an original member of the Kansas State Department of Education’s Redesign initiative, we emphasize #everylearnereveryday.  

Through a strong community presence and numerous partnerships with local businesses and organizations, our schools focus on personalized learning, project-based learning, and giving back to the community what they have so graciously given us with the construction of new facilities.  In 2014, the Liberal voters overwhelming supported a $127.8 million school bond that resulted in five brand new schools and major renovations to existing buildings across the community- the largest bond project in Kansas at the time! The addition of these schools helped us address overcrowding at neighborhood schools and created state-of-the-art learning environments that students, staff, parents, and community are proud of!

The campuses of USD 480 include:

District Office (7 Parkway Blvd) - Superintendent and other district-level personnel

McKinley Office (615 West 7th St) -  Newcomer’s Center, Technology Dept, 

Bright Start Early Learning Center (Pre-K) - 836 S Jordan Ave

Meadowlark Elementary (grades K-5) - 1200 N Calvert

MacArthur Elementary (grades K-5) - 925 S Holly Drive

Prairie View Elementary (grades K-5) - 615 Warren Ave

Cottonwood Elementary (grades K-5) - 1100 W 11th Street

Sunflower Elementary (grades K-5) - 310 W Pine

Seymour Rogers Middle School (grades 6-8) - 721 Griffith

Eisenhower Middle School (grades 6-8) - 2000 N Western Ave

Liberal High School (grades 9-12) - 1611 W 2nd St

Employer Address: 7 Parkway Blvd Liberal, Kansas

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