The Minnesota Department of Education employs approximately 400 employees in its office in the Twin City suburb of Roseville. Our employees serve a wide range of customers including 850,000 pre-K to grade 12 students and their parents/guardians; 339 school districts; 52,781 licensed teachers; 1,835 public schools; 82,000 adult learners participating in adult basic education; and 118,214 young children and their families participating in early learning programs.
The Minnesota Department of Education is an Equal Opportunity employer. View the agency's affirmative action plan below.
How to Apply
Carefully read the minimum qualifications listed in the job posting to determine if you have the qualifications needed. The selection process is a resume-based, skill-matching process.
You are strongly encouraged to submit your resume through the online Resume Builder
. You may copy and paste in your existing resume or let the software create a resume for you. You may edit your resume later should your contact information or experience change. The Resume Builder also collects your work preference information so we can match you with future job openings that meet your interests.
Once you have completed your resume you can submit it directly online. Locate the specific Job Posting you are interested in and click on the Apply for this Job box. Click here for more information on submitting your resume and searching and applying for jobs.
If you wish to apply with a paper copy, submit your resume and a completed Employment Application form to: Minnesota Department of Management and Budget (MMB), 200 Centennial Office Building, 658 Cedar Street, St. Paul, MN 55155-1603. To be considered for a specific vacancy, record the exact job title and posting number of the position in the “Specific Opening” area of the Employment Application. View the employment application form
that must be submitted with a paper copy of your resume.Search all positions currently open with the state of Minnesota.
For positions currently open within the Department of Education, use the link below.