Indian Community School
Attn: Human Resources
10405 West St. Martins Road
Franklin, WI 53132
Phone: (414) 525-6134
Fax: (414) 525-6150
HOW TO APPLY FOR A POSITION AT INDIAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Teachers and other Educational Professionals:
ICS’s educational professional positions will be posted on the Wisconsin Education Career Access Network (WECAN). Click here to visit the WECAN website.
The Indian Community School of Milwaukee only accepts educational applications when an ICS position is posted on WECAN. Applicants are required to use the WECAN site to complete an application and to attach necessary documents. The documents include:
- Cover letter
- Evidence of current certification for the position posted
ICS Teachers use a variety of instructional strategies and are required to have the knowledge and/or experience with Common Core State Standards, Differentiated Instruction, Response to Intervention processes (RtI), Formative, Summative and MAP assessments and data-based decision making. Teachers are also required to incorporate technology and Native American culture, language, and traditions into the curriculum. ICS utilizes the PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions & Support) framework for student behavior management and class size is limited to 20 students.
Positions for Other Professionals:
Indian Community School employs various persons whose work supports our school. Examples may include teaching assistants, clerical staff, facilities, food service, information technology, accounting/finance, etc. In addition to their job assignments, all employees are required to also learn one of the Native languages offered at our school (Menominee, Ojibwe or Oneida) and to embrace our Mission, Vision and the Seven Sacred Gifts being: Bravery, Humility, Love, Honesty, Respect, Truth and Wisdom. Our school offers competitive wages, excellent benefits and a unique work environment dedicated to American Indian culture. Interested candidates may complete and submit an application process on-line by clicking on the link below.