Thursday, February 3, 2011

KEEB Revisions - Please Read for Important Instructions

KEEB Applicants –

The Kansas Education Employment Board is being revised and enhanced.  New applicant features include editing capabilities, personalization of cover letters to specific positions, defined searching, and drop down menus to name a few.

Our launch of the new website is set for March 1, 2011.  If you wish to save personal information from your current KEEB account, please do so no later than Monday, February 28th, 2011.  Information from your current KEEB account will no longer be accessible by you after February 28th, 2011.  A copy and paste in a word processing document or a screen shot of current information may be the simplest way to save your personal information. 

You will be required to create a new KEEB account.  You may do so by visiting the same URL ( on Tuesday, March 1, 2011 or anytime thereafter.  You may use the same username and password from your current KEEB account.  The new resume creation and application process is streamlined and user friendly.

KEEB staff can be reached via email at or by phone at 620-724-6281 or 913-638-0151.  We are also creating How To Guides that will also be available on March 1, 2011. Much of KEEB will remain the same in overall design, but with improved ease of use.  We appreciate your patience as we strive to implement features that will ease use of KEEB by both applicants and employers.

Friday, August 27, 2010

Fall Career Events

The following recruitment and interview events are occurring in the state of Kansas at higher education institutions during the fall semester of the 2010-2011 school year.

Kansas State University    - November 2nd, 2010
University of Kansas          - November 3rd, 2010
Emporia State University   - November 5th, 2010
Pittsburg State University  - November 18th, 2010
Washburn University          - December 7th, 2010

Visit for details of each institution's events.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010


From time to time, applicants creating accounts for the first time experience difficulty with the CAPTCHA code.  The CAPTCHA code is a part of the applicant process for security purposes.

If you've never created a KEEB account and experience difficulty with the CAPTCHA code, please refer to the FAQ page ( on the site for instructions on how to allow cookies.

If you have created a KEEB account before and can't remember your username and/or password, you will experience difficulty with the CAPTCHA code portion of creating another account. Alternatively, please click on the Forgot Your Login? link ( to request your username and password.

For assistance, please contact KEEB staff by emailing or by calling 620-724-6281 or 913-638-0151.

Monday, May 17, 2010

FAQ - What do the status selections of positions mean?

What do the status selections of positions mean?

a) FILLED - the position has been filled.

b) FILLED with KEEB - the position has been filled with an applicant found on KEEB.

c) OPEN - the position is open.  The position is currently not filled and the employer is accepting applications.  This selection is used often for anticipated openings or for openings available year round.

d) EXPIRED - the employer’s posting for the position has expired.  The employer is no longer accepting applications for the position.

e) PENDING - the position has been offered and is pending contract approval of the candidate and/or school district.

Monday, April 26, 2010

RSS and Twitter

By choosing to follow KEEB on Twitter or by subscribing to our RSS feed, each time a new position is posted you will be notified immediately.

To subscribe to our RSS feed, click here feed://  In the lower left hand corner, click on Subscribe in Mail.

To follow KEEB on Twitter, search for KSTeachingJobs or click the Twitter link on our home page

There are currently 518 positions posted on KEEB.

Friday, January 8, 2010

Are you Qualified?

According to a survey completed by, in a recent nationwide survey, nearly one in four human resources managers receive on average 75 resumes for each open position.  Other notable findings include that nearly half of the resumes received are from unqualified candidates.  Nearly 40% of HR managers spend one to two minutes reviewing new applications.

Over the past few months, KEEB has seen a gradual increase in the number of candidates applying for positions.   Please create your resumes carefully and include a quick snapshot of your skills and accomplishments.  Also ensure that you are qualified for the position in terms of certification and licensure.  If you are working toward a particular licensure, be sure to include your progress.  If you have questions concerning licensure, please contact Teacher Education and Licensure at 785-291-3678 or visit

Monday, November 16, 2009

Application Submissions

School districts use our website in a variety of ways.  Please make sure to read the job descriptions carefully and completely.  As a result of a survey completed by KEEB staff, we found that school districts accept applications in one of the four following ways:

  1. School districts accept the KEEB application (no other application is necessary)
  2. School districts require a district application in addition to the KEEB application
  3. School districts only accept applications completed using their human resources application system or district application
  4. School districts accept either the KEEB application or the district application
Please make sure you are submitting an application in the format suggested by the school district.  If you have questions regarding application submission, please contact the school district directly or KEEB at 620-724-6281 or