Welcome to Human ResourcesWe are pleased that you are considering a career at Blackstone Valley Tech, where teachers, administrators, and support staff share a passion for education and life-long learning. We seek dynamic, inquisitive minds, and aim to foster a spirit of independence and enterprise in both students and staff.Candidates interested in joining a school culture of adaptability, reflection, mutual support, and ongoing professional development are strongly encouraged to apply for a position on the BVT team. Please review the current career opportunities by clicking on the School Spring links below. If you are invited to interview for a position, please follow the application process as described below.We look forward to meeting you!
How to Apply
Individuals interested in a posted position should submit a letter of application, their current resume, a copy of DESE licensure (teaching positions), and copies of their transcripts (if applicable) to our Human Resources Department:
Blackstone Valley Vocational Regional School District
65 Pleasant Street
Upton, MA 01568
Preferred delivery is via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants are alerted that school systems are required to obtain all available criminal offender record information (CORI and SAFIS Background Check (fingerprint) per 603 CMR 51.00) from the criminal history systems board (CHSB) of any current or prospective employee or volunteer of the school department. We will need to make a copy of the appropriate state or federal ID with your picture for the CORI form if invited to the school for an interview.
Candidates who are invited to an interview should bring a completed Employment Application and Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) Acknowledgement Request Form to the interview. Please fill out the forms online, save them to your computer, and print the completed forms. Be sure to complete all sections of the employment application, especially the Employment History page with all previous employment, dates, and contact information. Do not list "see resume" on the second page of the application.
Note: These forms require Acrobat Reader.
For more information and to register for your SAFIS fingerprint appointment, follow the steps below and please read the attached instructions: Fingerprinting Procedures and Instructions
• Go to the IdenttoGo website to make an appointment.
• Click on "Online Scheduling" or call 866-349-8130 to schedule an appointment.
• Type in your first and last name.
• Select "PreK-12th Grade Education (ESE)."
• Choose "Licensed Educator" or "All Other School Personnel."
• You will need a credit card to pay or you can pay by check onsite. The fee is $55.00 if you hold a DESE license and $35.00
for anyone who does not hold a DESE license.
• You will need our district DESE code: 08050000 when prompted.
• If you want your results sent to additional school districts, you need to enter their DESE codes. You can find additional school
districts' DESE codes under School/District Profiles on the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
website under “Add Another Provider."
• Be sure to enter all REQUIRED demographic information before submitting.
• Make note of your registration confirmation number to bring to your scheduled appointment.
• Go to your scheduled appointment. Be sure to bring back the receipt provided and give a copy of the receipt to the Human
Resources Department. Your receipt has a unique tracking number on it. If the report is not received, the state will be able to
track it using this number.
MorphoTrust USA, the state’s fingerprinting vendor, continues to add locations and hours. Consult their website for the latest information and locations. Milford and Worcester are convenient locations for our staff and both have evening and Saturday appointments for your convenience.
If you have any questions about the website, please contact MorphoTrust USA at 866-349-8130
Equal OpportunityBlackstone Valley Vocational Regional School District is an equal-opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, pregnancy or pregnancy-related condition, national origin, religion, race, sex or sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information (or any other status or class protected by state or federal law) in its educational policies as required by Title VI, Title IX, Section 504 and Chapter 622.