Once you have passed the background check you will be asked to bring in your completed paperwork. Carefully review the information listed below. You will be required to complete certain tasks based upon your position at APS.
Take this optional survey to help us continue to improve our employment process. Take the new hire survey
After 10 working days, return to Background and Fingerprinting to obtain background results. You may contact us at 889-4864 with questions or concerns.
After you have passed the background check, pick up paperwork for Employee Benefits in office 115E. Employees working 30 hours or more per week are eligible for employee benefits.
Check in at 210E to meet your Employee Data Specialist. The specialist will use your completed paperwork to enter your information into the employee data system.
Packet of Employment Forms
Identification documents (explained on the I-9 Form)
The date you can report to your work site will be set. In the meantime, review the following tasks and work on those required for your job.
Welcome from Superintendent Winston Brooks
Welcome to the Albuquerque Public Schools! Whether or not you work directly with students your talents and efforts support the APS mission to increase achievement for all the students.
This New Employee orientation will give you much of the information you need to become a productive and successful employee. We are glad to have you as a part of the APS team.
All APS Employees
Employee User Account
APS employees will be given an Active Directory Account. This user account is used to authenticate and authorize a user and allows him/her to:
- Log into a computer on the APS domain
- Use an APS Email account
- Access district supported systems, such as: AIMS, Blackboard, Cherwell (“APS Service Desk”), Discovery Education, LAWSON, SchoolLoop, SchoolMessenger, Tienet
Employee Assistance Program
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides counseling services for APS employees and their families for physical, mental health, job-related issues, marriage, family, career counseling, and resources and referrals. All services are free and provided in a confidential setting. Employee Assistance Program
Office of Equal Opportunity Services
If a student, employee, or parent/legal guardian on behalf of a student believes that he/she has been discriminated against on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, age, etc., they may file an internal complaint with the APS Office of Equal Opportunity Services (OEOS). In addition, OEOS can provide informational literature related to rights and responsibilities. Office of Equal Opportunity Services
Teachers and/or Educational Assistants
Teachers and Educational Assistants must enroll in SmartFind Express.
Mentor Program for Teachers
The Mentor program is a partnership between the Albuquerque Public Schools, the Albuquerque Teachers' Federation, and The University of New Mexico College of Education. Mentor Program for Teachers
The school calendars contain dates for holidays, breaks, and important school dates; for traditional schools and schools on an alternative schedule. School Calendars