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Human Resources

Who We Are Looking For


For UNPS Human Resources information, please contact Erica Carter.


Phone: 402-837-5622 ext. 3337

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Lifelong learners who are passionate about working with indigenous youth and in Native communities.

Our goal is to provide the best education and opportunities possible to our students.

The best candidates will come equipped with the skills they've obtained over their lifetime but also an openness to adapt and grow in our positive environment.

  • $5,000 Sign on Bonus paid at beginning of contract (CERTIFIED CONTRACTS ONLY)

  • 185-day contract

  • Contract hours are 7:45am – 3:45pm

  • Competitive Salary ($45,732 base for 2023-2024 school year and $47,104 base for 2024-2025 school year)

  • Family Health Insurance: 100% premiums paid by the district

    • Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS)

    • $650 deductible

  • Family Dental Insurance: 100% premiums paid by the district

    • Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS)

  • Family Vision Insurance Coverage: 100% premiums paid by the district

    • Vision Service Plan (VSP)

  • Supplemental Insurance available for purchase

    • New York Life

      • Disability Insurance

      • Life Insurance

  • Paid Time Off

    • 1st year of service = 12 PTO days

    • 2nd year of service = 13 PTO days

    • 3rd year of service = 14 PTO days

    • 4th and any subsequent years of service = 15 PTO days

  • Banked sick-leave payout

  • Credit for years of teaching experience

  • Eligible under public service student loan forgiveness

  • Low student-teacher ratio (50% of the State Average)

  • Modern facilities

  • Administrative support

The School District does not discriminate on the basis of prohibited factors in employment and educational programs/activities.

Additional School Board policies prohibit harassment and/or discrimination against students, employees, or patrons on the basis of sex, race, color, ethnic or national origin, religion, marital status, disability, age, pregnancy, and any other legally prohibited basis. Retaliation for engaging in a protected activity is also prohibited. 

Any person who believes she or he has been discriminated against, denied a benefit, or excluded from participation in any district education program or activity may file a complaint using the district’s complaint procedures. 

Inquiries regarding compliance with any of the laws referred to in this policy may be directed to the superintendent or to the district’s Title IX and/or Section 504/ADA Coordinator.

Applications from Minorities are encouraged

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470 Main Street, PO 280
Macy, NE 68039

Phone: (402) 837-5622 
Business Fax: (402) 837-5245
Secure Fax: (402) 837-4015

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Umóⁿhoⁿ (Omaha) Nation Public School, is located on Umóⁿhoⁿ tribal lands about 70 miles northwest of Omaha and 27 miles southeast of Sioux City, IA. 588 students in grades Pre K-12 attend the school. Nearly 98% of the students are members of the Umóⁿhoⁿ Tribe.

Umóⁿhoⁿ Nation has 89 professional staff and 87 classified staff including 33 tribal members. The majority of staff live outside the community and make the daily commute from several out lying communities. The staff has an average of 8 years teaching experience and teacher turnover rate at the school is 9% and pupil to teacher rate is 9:1.

The high school was built in 2004, while the elementary building followed in 2009. The middle school was completed in the spring of 2010. A new addition was added in spring of 2014 which added a training room, locker rooms, and a health classroom. In 2018 a new athletic complex and transportation building were added. We just recently added an Against the Current Career Academy in 2022.

Tribal affiliations represented in the student population are Umóⁿhoⁿ, Winnebago, and Northern Cheyenne. The school board is made up of six Umóⁿhoⁿ tribal members.

School covers one square block area plus additional land parcels. One of these buildings is an eight-unit complex that provides housing for staff. Parallel to the west side of the school, is the ever-popular sports complex that consists of the football field and track.

Umóⁿhoⁿ Nation consists of dedicated and caring teachers, administrators and parents who continue on the journey toward capturing the minds and spirits of children through culturally relevant learning opportunities and evidence based practices. The school is committed to providing a safe environment that fosters student success in a wide variety of settings and activities through the cultural lens.

"The mission of the Umoⁿhoⁿ Nation Public School through positive interaction with the Omaha Tribal community is to provide a student-centered education in a safe and respectful learning environment allowing our students to strengthen Native American traditions yet flourish in other cultures."


High Achievement

We believe that school, community and students have a right and responsibility to expect a fair, fun and functional education enabling each student to achieve the highest academic and emotional level possible.



We believe a major purpose of our school is to educate youth so they are comfortable in and move easily between traditional Native American culture and other cultures.



We believe only through the support of the Tribal Council can there be open positive interaction and unity among school, community, parents and all Tribal agencies to provide the best possible education for our students.

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Safety & Respect

We believe the community and school desire a safe and respectful learning environment for its children.

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