Human Resources

Welcome to the Human Resources department

  • For Employment Verification and Letters of Suitability, please click here.
  • For all matters relating to MTRS, Payroll, and Retirement, please contact our Business Office at 781-275-7708.

Bedford Education Association

The Bedford Education Association is the professional organization of over 300 members who work in the Bedford Public Schools. The Association is the exclusive representative for the purpose of collective bargaining with respect to wages, hours, and other conditions of employment for all professional employees employed by the School Committee. The goal of the association is to provide the highest possible quality education for the young people attending the Bedford Public Schools.

The Bedford Education Association is a member-driven organization, governed by democratic principles, that accepts and supports the interdependence of professionals and unionism. The BEA promotes the use of its members’ collective powers to advance their professional interests. The BEA is committed to human and civil rights, and advocates for quality public education in an environment in which lifelong learning and innovation flourish.

Employment Opportunities

Welcome Bedford Applicants!

Thank you for your interest in our community. Located fifteen miles northwest of Boston, Bedford is a residential community of approximately 13,000 people whose history dates back to 1664.  A typical New England town in architecture, character, government and tradition, Bedford is proud of its historic past.  The Bedford Public Schools is a small system of approximately 2900 students.  The schools include Bedford High School (9-12), John Glenn Middle School (6-8), Lt. Job Lane School (3-5), and Lt. Eleazer Davis School (PreK-2).  The Lt. Eleazer Davis School was built in 1999.  Bedford High School, the John Glenn Middle School, and the Lt. Job Lane School have recently undergone complete addition/renovations.  The student body reflects an increasing diversity with students from Bedford, Hanscom Air Force Base, and Boston (the latter via METCO, a volunteer desegregation program).

To view all of our open positions, please click on "Employment Opportunities" above and review the Vacancies section on the left side of the page. You can create a profile and apply for one of our open vacancies, or you can express interest in preferred pools of position types. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and if we think you might be a good fit, someone from the District will reach out to you. 

If you have questions or concerns at any point, please call the Human Resources Office at (781) 918-4703 or email us at

Bedford Public Schools is an equal opportunity employer in compliance with Chapter 622, Title IX and Section 504 of the Rehab. Act of 1973. The Bedford Public Schools do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin or disability. Bedford Public Schools are committed to hiring, mentoring, and retaining a diverse staff. We are relentless in our efforts to bolster equity, in both academic and work spaces, by fostering a culture of belonging and ensuring our diverse employees and students have equitable access to the resources and opportunities needed to thrive — personally, professionally, and academically.


Human Resource Department Staff:


Director of Human Resources

(781) 918-4719

(781) 275-0885

HR Administrative Assistant

(781) 918-4703

(781) 275-0885

Business Office


Accounting Coordinator/Payroll Specialist

(781) 275-7708

(781) 275-1332