Careers & Human Resources

Become part of our team and make a real difference in the development of our students and community! Current opportunities:



Certified Jobs Listings

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As an employee, you’ll become part of the NYS Retirement System with a salary and benefits negotiated per the Randolph Academy UFSD Professional Association contract.

We’re looking for candidates with strong interpersonal and communication skills who have the ability to work with parents and families of students with disabilities.

Submit letter of interest, résumé, and certification to:
Dr. Danielle Cook, Superintendent
Randolph Academy UFSD
336 Main Street
Randolph, NY 14772


See what our team members have to say about working here!

“I continue to stay at Randolph Academy because we improve the lives of our students in the present and their futures. We are needed here, and our impact is much more powerful than in a larger school district. I like that we work closely together as a team, and we belong.”

  • Melissa Galante, Special Education Teacher

“I love life in the Southern Tier! It’s an outdoor paradise in all seasons. State parks, waterfalls, hiking, fishing, biking, kayaking, skiing…all right out our back door. If you get the “big city” itch, it’s about an hour to Buffalo and Erie, and three to Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Rochester and Toronto! It’s the perfect location.”

“I (also) believe Restorative Justice is a better way to discipline in schools. It makes Randolph Academy a very special place to work. It’s great to feel part of a team…a family….all working for the same thing. The compensation and benefits package (is) as good, if not better, than other districts in the area too.”

  • Fred Rizzuto, Elementary Teacher

“What makes working at Randolph Academy great is that every day is never the same. Each day you encounter new and unique challenges and there are few better feelings than having a young person overcome an obstacle.  I also believe we work so well together because we are family and genuinely care about each other.”

  • Matthew Pugh, School Counselor

“Randolph Academy is a great place to work because everyone shares the same vision. We’re all dedicated to our mission of finding each student’s greatness. This creates a family-centered environment where everyone is supportive of each other and works well together.”

  • Katie Wissman, Elementary Teacher

“The part of my job that I love most is being a positive role model for my students. I work really hard on building relationships with my students and their families, so when my students have an issue or are struggling with something, I can help them through it. I like to relate things to real-life situations. I think that helps my students see things in a different light.”

  • Susan Jackson, Cosmetology Teacher

“Randolph Academy is a second family to me. The support from colleagues and administration is unlike any other school. As a teacher, being able to teach students outside of the textbook is one of my favorite parts. I love having the students do hands-on experiments, connect concepts to real life, and learn social-emotional coping skills to grow from trauma they have been through. Randolph is a very special place.”

  • Heather Lewis, Elementary Teacher

“I feel that Randolph Academy is a great place to work because it is focused on a holistic, integrative and innovative approach to the education and development of students need. Our supportive team nurtures professionalism and relationships between colleagues.”

  • Indra Johnson, Teacher Aide

“Randolph Academy is composed of a helpful, interdependent staff, so there is comfort in knowing that you always have a bevy of assistance and resources at your disposal.”

  • Sam Heeter, Math Teacher

“Randolph Academy is an awesome place to work because there is great staff and an awesome principal to work with.”

  • Devone Adelgren, Behavioral Support Staff

“Individuals can express themselves authentically and grow as a team here at Randolph Academy.”

  • Donald Wagner, Custodian