Aurora Public Schools offers a variety of positions that support the District's Strategic Plan in ways that best fit each applicant's skill sets. Discover ways of supporting our students both inside and outside of the classroom. Start your career here in jobs such as paraeducators, bus drivers, nutrition services, clerical, finance, human resources and many other support positions.

Follow the link provided above to begin your job search.  

Interested in any of our Classified positions?  Below is a breakdown on the hiring process for Classified Support positions.



Make a difference. Be a substitute teacher. 


Aurora Public Schools is proud to partner with Kelly® Education to provide exceptional substitute teachers and paraeducators. They’re a company that invests in our employees, recognizes their achievements, and is committed to the noble purpose of educating our youth. 

Serving as a substitute teacher or paraeducator offers meaningful work that directly gives back to our community and makes a positive difference in the lives of students every single day. We have limitless opportunities for passionate people to inspire and educate students. You’ll have the option to work in the schools of your choice, to take steady work five days a week, or to create a flexible schedule that works around your other life commitments. 

Whether you’re new to the classroom or a seasoned educator, our goal is to ensure you always have the skills you need to succeed in the classroom—starting with free pre-hire training, paid orientation, and our investment in your ongoing professional development. 

Remember that teacher who made a difference in your life? Now it’s your turn. Be a substitute teacher or a paraeducator in Aurora Public Schools!

Submit your interest  HERE  to be connected with the KE Team.

The University of Northern Colorado Center for Urban Education is offering a program to Paraeducators and Educational Assistants interested in earning a Bachelor's degree with licensure in one of three areas:

  • Elementary Education (K - Grade 6)
  • Early Childhood Education (Birth - Grade 3)
  • Special Education (K - Age 21)

How is this program different from other teacher prep programs?

  • Employees spend their day in a classroom teacher apprenticeship position with college credit - all four years.  This includes time in the classroom as part of the regular duty day.
  • Employees are mentored by a master teacher who offers guidance and support for the classroom apprenticeship experience during all four years of the program.

For more information about the Center for Urban Education, please visit