The Page Human Resources Department welcomes and invites you to visit our campuses on the shores of spectacular Lake Powell. We're one of Arizona's outstanding small school districts with about 2,400 students in a rural, active community that is supportive of education. We offer pre-school - 12th grade, a range of support services, special and innovative programs, competitive salaries and benefits, and professional growth opportunities.
Each year we hire many new employees as teachers, counselors, psychologists, secretaries, computer technicians, bus drivers and food service and maintenance workers to name a few.
Contracts that are issued to qualifying applicants are based on official transcripts as well as any previous verified employment verifications. A max credit up to 20 years will be given for any previous years of service.
We support the hiring and advancement of all minorities. We are an equal opportunity employer that fully and actively supports equal access for all people, regardless of race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, or disability.
If you would be interested in joining our dynamic, dedicated team here at Page Unified School District, please visit the links below to find out how.
2023-24 Certified Placement Guide
2023-24 Professional Placement Schedule 10 Month
Transportation Classified Placement Guide 2023-24
At Page Unified School District, our teachers and students work hard and we have a lot of amazing accomplishments
to celebrate. We have created some videos to help us remember our teachers, students and all the happy, amazing
moments we've created in our classrooms, and on our courts and fields.
Come join us at PUSD, and add to our incredible legacy of learning.
Human Resources Contact Information
Director of Talent Management
Benefits Coordinator, HR Certified Specialist & Risk Management
The iconic landmarks of Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend and Lake Powell are all less than 10 minutes outside of town. Other nearby attractions include The Wave, Rainbow Bridge, Buckskin Gulch, Paria Canyon, Kodachrome State Park, Navajo National Monument, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. The Grand Canyon National Park, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Canyonlands National Park and Monument Valley are all less than two and a half hours away.
Page’s high desert climate receives more than 300 days of sunshine per year.
Page came into existence in the early 50s as a workmen’s camp for workers and their families constructing the Glen Canyon Dam and has grown into a vibrant, active community, with safe neighborhoods.