Human Resources Department
Thank you for your interest in the Kodiak Island Borough School District.
The Human Resources Department is dedicated to recruiting, hiring and retaining the most highly qualified faculty and staff to provide an exceptional education for all students. In addition, we strive to ensure a safe and professional work environment that emphasizes mutual respect and maximizes employee effectiveness.
The department maintains a list of employment opportunities and provides online applications for Administrative, Certificated, and Classified positions. Applicants are encouraged to monitor the employment vacancy list which is updated as positions become available.
The Kodiak Island Borough School District Human Resources Department is located in the Central Services Building at 722 Mill Bay Rd. Kodiak, AK 99615 and is open from 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. The Department of Human Resources wants to provide excellent customer service and will be available to answer any questions you might have.
- How to Apply for FMLA/AFLA
- How to Apply for LWOP
- How to Request Sick Leave Bank
- How to Apply for an ADA Accommodation
If you are applying for FMLA/AFLA for your own qualifying medical condition, you will need to complete pages 6,7 and 8, and return them to HR.
If you are applying for FMLA/AFLA to care for a Family Member with a qualifying medical condition, you will need to complete pages 9 and 10, and returned them to HR.
Please email Human Resources or call 907-486-7551 with any FMLA/AFLA questions.
All Leave without Pay must be requested in writing and approved by Geoff Smith, Assistant Superintendent via email.
Certificated: Per KBEA 530, IX: Requests for use of the Bank Days must be in writing and accompanied by a letter from the attending physician. The request must be filed with the Association President (Lisa Cavan) and the building administrator.
Classified: Per KIESA 515, XIII: Requests for use of Bank Days will be forwarded by the employee to the KIESA President (Michelle Pennington) and Superintendent and must be accompanied by a letter from the attending physician.