GLSD - A great place to work, learn, and play

Goshen Local School District is committed to hiring and retaining talented employees who desire to educate and support our students! Approximately 300 full and part-time employees work to teach, counsel, transport, mentor, and coach our students on a daily basis. Through staff collaboration and engagement, as well as competitive salaries and benefits, Goshen employees are able to grow professionally, excel in their roles, and make a difference in the lives of students.




Job Postings and Applications

The Board of Education office posts job openings online and uses an online application process for full-time, part-time, and substitute positions. All employees must be fingerprinted and receive BCII and FBI background checks before working in the district. The cost of this procedure is $60, payable by cash or check at the time of application. Copies of current background checks (less than one year old) will also be accepted. 


Questions regarding job postings or the application process should be directed to Brian Bailey, [email protected] 513-722-2222


Goshen Local Schools does not discriminate nor tolerate harassment in its employment opportunities, educational programs, or activities for any reason including on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, military status, ancestry, sexual orientation, age, or genetic information.


Goshen Local School District is an equal opportunity employer.




Employees who go above and beyond for students and education are recognized monthly during Board of Education meetings and through internal and external community publications. Certified and Non-certified staff members are also recognized annually through local awards programs, such as the Clermont County Work Readiness Initiative, Ohio School Boards Association Awards and Goshen Chamber of Commerce Teacher of the Year programs just to name a few.



Questions or concerns about compliance, nondiscrimination, equal employment opportunity, and disability discrimination should be directed to Brian Bailey, Assistant Superintendent, at 722-2222, ext. 4508 or  [email protected]