Jobs in Education: Iowa Top Workplace

Looking for a career in education? Work with the best! Iowa’s AEA system is nationally known as one of the best intermediate service delivery systems for schools. Its innovative structure and integrated system of service delivery is widely respected by school leaders across the country.Iowa's Top Workplaces, 10 years in a row


Learn more about working with Grant Wood Area Education Agency, an organization that has been voted among Iowa’s top workplaces for nine consecutive years.

Come Work With Us

Grant Wood Area Education Agency provides support to children, K-12 students, teachers, administrators, media specialists, nurses, paraeducators and families in 32 K-12 public school districts and 22 approved nonpublic schools, preschools and daycare centers. The Grant Wood AEA service area includes Benton, Cedar, Iowa, Johnson, Jones, Linn, and Washington counties in east central Iowa.

For assistance

If assistance is needed in completing the online application, please contact Kathy Resewehr, HR Administrative Assistant, at 319-399-6748, toll free 1-800-332-8488, x6748 or

Pay and Benefits

Grant Wood AEA provides the most career opportunities both in and out of the classroom in Central Iowa K-12 education, along with competitive salaries and benefits.

Professional/Contracted Staff

Support Staff/Hourly

How to Apply

Please note the following materials are needed for a complete application package:

Salaried, contracted and management positions

Please also upload to your completed application a letter of interest, resume, copy of transcript of highest earned degree, and copy of license, if applicable. Applicants are encouraged to submit three letters of recommendation.

Classified, hourly positions

Please upload to your completed application a current resume along with your application. For positions requiring post high school training, please also submit a copy of the transcript.

Grant Wood AEA is an equal opportunity employer

Grant Wood Area Education Agency extends equal opportunities in its employment practices, educational programs and services, and does not discriminate on the basis of color, gender, race, national origin, religion, creed, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, veteran status or as otherwise prohibited by law. Our agency's EEO, Affirmative Action plan is available for your review.

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