Careers At Camden

With approximately 2,000 students in our care, we depend on quality people to help our students make the most of their time with us. We offer a wide range of instructional and non-instructional opportunities so you can find the role that works best for you. If you have any questions about employment opportunities, contact Kelly Eveleth in our Personnel and Human Resources office at (315) 245-5307.

The Camden Central School District is an equal opportunity employer.
Camden Central School will not discriminate on the basis of age, race, creed, color, national origin, sex, disability, marital status or criminal record in its educational programs, the use of facilities, recruitment of staff and other related services.  The District official responsible for the coordination of activities relating to compliance with Title IX is the Assistant Superintendent for Instruction, Administrative Offices, 51 Third Street, Camden, New York 13316 (Telephone (315) 245‑2501).

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Ski Club Advisor
The Camden Central School District is seeking a part-time Ski Club advisor to help facilitate the club's activities for the upcoming 2024-25 school year. Alpine Skiing experience is necessary for this position, and occasional evening or weekend availability may be required based on the club's schedule of events. Please apply using this form and submit it to the following address by July 29th.

Camden Central School District
C/O Kelly Eveleth, Personnel
51 Third Street
Camden, NY 13316

School Psychologist
The Camden Central School District is anticipating a need for a full-time Elementary School Psychologist at McConnellsville Elementary School. New York State Initial/Professional Certification as a School Psychologist/Appropriate certification recognized by an inter-state agreement is required, and inter-state agreements will be honored. Click the link above for more information on the position.

To start the application process, please submit a resume and letter of interest to the following address by the close of business on July 19th, 2024.

Jason P. Evangelist, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction
c/o Kelly Eveleth, Human Resources

Camden Central School District
51 Third Street

Camden, NY 13316


You must be a New York State Certified Teacher in order to apply for teaching positions in the Camden Central School District.

We post our teaching positions on
OLAS (Online Application System) as they become available, and prospective teachers can apply on that website to be considered for candidacy.

Make sure you have an active and updated TEACH account prior to applying for positions on OLAS.


We take applications for bus driver positions on a rolling basis and fill positions as needed. To apply for a bus driver position, do the following.

  1. Before submitting an application, you must contact the CCSD Transportation Facility. (315-245-0878)
    The bus garage can provide you with more information on application requirements, and offer clarification on any questions you may have on becoming a bus driver in the Camden Central School District. It is vital that any prospective driver contact the transportation department before applying to ensure that your application will be accepted by the system.

  2. Once you have made contact and have further instructions from the transportation department, fill out the following forms.

We are continually recruiting for support staff openings in the Camden Central School District. Please note that not all positions may have openings at the current time, but you are welcome to apply to become a substitute or be considered for future vacancies.

Support staff includes:

  • Food Service Helper

  • Teacher Aide

  • Cleaner/Custodian

  • School Bus Attendant

  • Registered Professional Nurse

  • Office Specialist

    To apply for a support staff position, fill out the following forms:
    Oneida County Civil Service Portal (This is the online form through the Oneida County Department of Personnel. You will be required to create an account.)
    Reference Form  (Complete and submit to the CCSD Human Resources Office)
    Veteran Status Form (Complete and submit to the CCSD Human Resources Office)

There is an ongoing need throughout public education for qualified substitute teachers, and we are always seeking quality applicants who want to help our students make the most out of each day in the classroom.

You must have a minimum of 60 college credits from an accredited college or university to have your application considered for a substitute teacher position.

Applicant must complete the CCSD Instructional Application, and submit three (3) letters of reference (no family members).

Applicant must be also fingerprinted through the New York State Education Department.

When the above are submitted to the human resources office, you will be contacted to set up an interview with the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction. Once interviewed and approved, the candidate's name is presented to the Board of Education for final approval. Once that is completed, the applicant's name goes on the daily "to call" list.

Additional payment incentives are offered above the non-certified base rate for certified teachers, and teachers who have retired from their regular duties with the Camden Central School District.

Pay Rates:
$122 per day uncertified, $132 certified and $142 for CCSD Retired Teachers.  

Teacher Assistant positions are recruited on a continuous basis in the Camden Central School District.
Please note that you must be certified as a Teacher Assistant by the State of New York to be considered for a position in this capacity.

Those interested in obtaining the required certifications may find the following links helpful.

Types of Certificates and Licenses for Teacher Assistants:

Required Training & Testing

Applying For Certification 

Lee Farrell at Madison-Oneida BOCES can be reached for questions about the certification process. She can be reached at 315-361-5512 or via email at

Applicant must complete the CCSD Instructional Application.

The Camden Central School District recruits tutors to work on an hourly basis with all grade levels. Successful candidates will provide personalized academic support to students. Tutors provide support on an in-person or virtual basis depending on student needs. Tutors make 30 dollars per one-hour session, and are also given a half hour of paid planning time for each scheduled session.

Fill out the CCSD Instructional Application to get started, or, fill out our new online application

Additional openings may be posted here periodically. We also list many of our jobs that don't fall into the categories above on OLAS if the position is eligible for external appointment.