Careers

 

Why work in Craven County Schools?

 

Employment Application Procedures

We are hiring creative and dedicated professionals who believe all children have the ability to be successful. By working with us, you will join a vibrant learning community that values diversity, professional development and innovation.

Craven County Schools has launched a new employment application system. The new North Carolina School Jobs powered by Teacher Match, provides an innovative way to streamline the hiring process. Applicants will experience an enhanced, user friendly system when applying for positions. To apply for career opportunities, open the link below:

 

Craven County Schools Job Board – Click search to see all available jobs

 

Sign-up or Login to TeacherMatch
A cover letter and resume are required. You will now upload these items to your online portfolio instead of sending them by email.

 

If you do not see a posting for the job(s) that you are interested in, please consider applying to the Generic Posting in the category for which you are interested (Generic – Licensed (positions that require a Professional Educator’s License), Classified, and Bus Driver). By doing this you make your application visible to our district. Please continue to check the Craven County Schools Job Board for future employment opportunities.We invite you to complete a new portfolio-application today. If you have questions about Teacher Match or need support with the application process, please call (855)980-0511 or email applicants@teachermatch.org.

Also, see the link below for some additional help.

 


 

Licensure and Certification Information:

Expired North Carolina Teaching License – Individuals with expired, non-provisional North Carolina licenses are eligible for a three-year license when employed by a North Carolina school system. During this time, you must earn a minimum of five (5) renewal credits per year.

Teachers who are Licensed in Other States – Teachers who hold full (reciprocal) licenses and have been designated highly qualified in other states, shall be considered fully licensed and highly qualified in North Carolina. It is the responsibility of the teacher to provide verification that he/she holds a full (reciprocal) license in another state and that he/she has been designated as highly qualified. You must apply for your North Carolina teaching license prior to beginning employment. The application packet can be downloaded from the following website: http://www.ncpublicschools.org/licensure/forms/.

Elementary Education Teachers – In order to be eligible for employment in North Carolina as an elementary education teacher, you must have taken and passed the NTE Specialty Area Test(s) or the Praxis II Subject Assessment Test(s), or a state content area test for elementary education prior to employment.

Special Education Teachers – To be eligible for employment in North Carolina as a Special Education teacher, you must have taken and passed the NTE Specialty Area Test(s) or the Praxis II Subject Assessment Test(s), or a state content area test for Special Education prior to employment.

Middle School Teachers – Must be fully licensed and highly qualified in each core academic subject area that is taught. Praxis II Testing Policy for Add-on Licensure: The State Board of Education approved a policy that allows an individual who holds a CLEAR NORTH CAROLINA TEACHING license in one area to add another TEACHING area by passing the required Praxis II Test(s) for the area.

Provisional Licenses – Effective July 1, 2007, provisional licenses will no longer be issued for core academic subject areas. Lateral Entry