Instructional Opportunities

FCPS educators inspire students and colleagues, while continuing to grow and develop themselves.

FCPS teachers are dedicated to bringing out the best in their students, colleagues, and themselves. You will work closely with colleagues exploring and expanding engaging curriculums, delving into student data, and encouraging students to expand their potential.

FCPS has the right resources to keep you inspired so that you can focus on inspiring your students. You will have access to cutting edge technology and professional development opportunities to keep you learning and growing throughout your career at FCPS.

Every school in our system has its own culture. Our two-phase hiring process ensures we find highly-qualified candidates with outstanding credentials while allowing schools to find the right personalities to join their team.


View our school-specific vacancy list.

Teacher Loan Forgiveness

The Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program is intended to encourage individuals to enter and continue in the teaching profession. Under this program, individuals who teach full-time for five complete, consecutive academic years in certain elementary schools, secondary schools, and educational service agencies that serve low-income families and who meet other qualifications may be eligible for loan forgiveness through the U.S. Education Department’s (USED) Federal Student Aid program. For more information on Teacher Loan Forgiveness, including qualifying grants and a list of eligible low-income schools, visit the USED Federal Student Aid web pages.

Loan Forgiveness Programs are processed through the entity that holds an individual’s loan. For specific questions regarding eligibility for teacher loan forgiveness, teachers must contact their loan holder. FCPS does not process, approve, or deny loan forgiveness applications.

Employees, Applicants, and Retirees

Submit questions or concerns, as well as upload forms and other documents through the FCPS StaffConnect portal. Human Resources representatives are also available for assistance Monday – Friday (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.) by calling 571-423-3000 or 1-800-831-4331.