Careers at Burlington-Edison School District

Are you ready to help educate each student for lifelong success?

Working for Burlington-Edison School District

In the Burlington-Edison School District (B-ESD), we value our employees and work hard to provide welcoming and successful environments for individuals to learn, grow and thrive throughout their careers. Employees are offered support, mentoring opportunities, and engaging experiences to help develop their job skills. Because of our dedicated and caring staff, we are able to provide our students with rich learning experiences throughout their time in the B-ESD. 

Teach, B-E

Teaching in the Burlington-Edison School District is an incredibly rewarding experience. Our district serves more than 3100 students each and every day. Our student population is diverse and culturally rich. B-ESD, which encompasses the city of Burlington and the surrounding communities of Bow, Edison, Alger, Samish Island, and others, offers exceptional opportunities for teachers. B-ESD provides a supportive and dynamic environment for making a difference in young lives and enriching the student-teacher experience.

Support for New Teachers: In the Burlington-Edison School District (B-ESD), we value our employees and work hard to provide welcoming and successful environments for individuals to carry out their career goals. One of the ways we achieve these goals is through our mentoring program. When you join the B-ESD team, you will be connected with a mentor who focuses on your unique needs and assets. With guidance, as a new teacher you learn to prioritize your workload and reserve time for your own learning and reflection. B-ESD's mission is to educate each student for lifelong success:

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Lead, B-E

Burlington-Edison School District, is committed to cultural responsiveness, quality instruction, social emotional growth, partnerships, and stewardship. We value, support, and have the highest expectations of our school and district leaders. Because we believe students, teachers, and parents are worthy of highly skilled and effective school leaders, B-ESD recruits and invests in school leadership with the expectation that leaders improve and support the performance of adults in service of student learning.

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Support, B-E

Support personnel in the Burlington-Edison School District play a vital role in the operation of early learning and K-12 programming. Our classified staff are often the first people that our students see in the morning and the last people that they see when getting off the bus at the end of the day. Our support personnel serve our students breakfast and lunch, support families in the main offices and at the district office, and keep our buildings and grounds clean, safe and beautiful. 

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Ready to Apply?

Burlington-Edison uses the FastTrack to allow us to more efficiently and effectively manage job applications. If you are a first time user of FastTrack please download the instructions first. Returning users can either click on the FastTrack link to the left or the FAQ if you have questions.

Burlington-Edison Employees can access job openings by logging into Employee Access and clicking on the FastTrack tab. Information on Employee Access

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Contact Information

Kristyn Browning
HR Specialist - Certificated
Phone: (360) 757-3311 ext. 1034

Tonia Goodwin
HR Specialist - Classified
Phone: (360) 757-3311 ext. 1016

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Living in Skagit County

Burlington-Edison School District is centrally located in the Skagit Valley, in the northwestern corner of Washington state. Skagit Valley is beautifully situated between Seattle to the south, Vancouver, BC to the north, the San Juan Islands to the west, and the North Cascade National Park to the east. Skagit Valley is one of the largest and most diverse agricultural communities west of the Cascade Mountain range.

Burlington has a population of 8500. The town is surrounded by a variety of amenities including arts and entertainment, schools, shopping, and parks. In Burlington, there is no limit to one's imagination and exploration. From a vast mountain range to explore, a valley brought to life with every season, a coastline full of possibility, and two convenient metropolitan cities to visit, Burlington is a diverse and exciting area in which to work and live.


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