A Gold PartnerDuval County Public Schools
Every School. Every Classroom. Every Student. Every Day.
Duval County Public Schools is the public school district that serves the families and children residing in the urban, suburban, and rural areas of the City of Jacksonville and Duval County, Florida.
Duval County Public Schools (DCPS) located in Jacksonville, Florida is the 20th largest school district in the nation and the sixth largest school district in Florida. The district is committed to ensuring that students are prepared for success in college or a career, and life. In addition, the district will make sure its mission of providing educational excellence is reflected in every school, in every classroom, for every student, every day.
If there is one phrase that describes Duval County Public Schools over the last several years, it is continuous quality improvement! As one of Florida’s seven major metropolitan school districts, Duval has made extraordinary progress in student achievement with a “whole child” educational philosophy and relentless commitment to instruction excellence intentionally designed to prepare students for 21st century career and college.
Teach. Learn. Love.
Providing educational excellence in every school, in every classroom, for every student, every day. As one of Florida’s seven major metropolitan school districts, Duval has made extraordinary progress in student achievement with a “whole child” educational philosophy and relentless commitment to instruction excellence intentionally designed to prepare students for 21st century career and college. To begin a new application, choose a job from the available listings below. After your information is complete, you will receive a confirmation number, and your information will be saved allowing you to return at any time to submit additional applications.
Welcome to the Duval County Public Schools Department of Human Resource Services
It is our goal to support the school district in its mission to provide high quality educational opportunities that will inspire all students to acquire and use the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in a global economy and culturally diverse world.
Our mission is to employ, retain and support professionals to create high performing organizations dedicated to improving student achievement.
Calmness, Consistency, Civility, Confidence and Community
Known for her positive nature and engaging personality, Dr. Greene initiated her time as Superintendent in Manatee County by putting forward a leadership plan that consisted of what she named the Five C’s: Calmness, Consistency, Civility, Confidence and Community. Leading by example, Dr. Greene has overseen a district that has improved academically to the point that it received a B grade from the state two of the last three years (2015, 2017), after receiving a C grade the previous three years, even in the face of more rigorous standards. In addition, the Manatee District’s graduation rate rose 5.6% during the 2015-2016 school year, and was 2.8% higher than the statewide graduation rate.
-Dr. Diana Greene
Teach in Duval
DCPS offers a competitive salary schedule and generous supplements for select hard to staff subject areas. Our starting teacher salary is the highest in the Northeast Florida region! Annual teacher salaries range from $39,500 –$73,000 based on degree and experience. Duval County Public Schools (DCPS) in Jacksonville, Florida is hiring teachers for the current academic year.
Candidates must be eligible for Florida Department of Education certification.
DIVERSITY & Cultural Competence
Increases awareness through exploration of the dimensions of diversity such as ethnicity, age, generational dynamics, religion, disability, sexual orientation, values, personality characteristics, education, marital status, and beliefs.
Analyzes individual self-awareness and understanding of the impact that one’s own judgments and perceptions have in situations and relationships with both colleagues and students.
Office of Equity and Inclusion
The Office of Equity and Inclusion/Professional Standards is comprised of two main areas that support Goals 1, 3 and 4 of the District Strategic Plan. Two main areas of responsibility are:
- Enforcement and Compliance – to improve education and skill-building for students and staff in order to create a safe environment, free from discrimination, harassment and threats of violence or abuse; to address underlying issues in the school and workplace that cause discrimination, harassment and bullying in the school and workplace; and, to deliver key information to students and staff about district civil rights policies and procedures, federal and state mandated laws, ethics and the standard of professional behavior expected in school and the workplace.
- Prevention – to help eliminate the achievement gap by fostering respect for – and celebration of – our diversity; promote cultural unity, individual growth, and classroom and workplace harmony. The offices works with Professional Development, Human Resources staffing and other divisions within the district to develop and implement an integrated professional development plan and integrate proven, best practices that are aligned with the District’s core belief and commitment to diversity, equity, and to its strategic plan.
Training offered by the Office of Equity and Inclusion/Professional Standards (OEI/OPS) includes: developing cultural responsiveness within our district through self-awareness, discussion, and increased knowledge and skill-building related to our rights and responsibilities under state and federal civil rights laws, and building awareness regarding district expectations that all employees conduct themselves in an ethical and professional manner in accorance with district policies and the Principles of Professional Conduct of the Education Profession in Florida.
Get In Touch
Duval County Public Schools
1701 Prudential Drive
Jacksonville, FL 32207
School Hours: M-F: 8am – 3pm
Duval County Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, disability, marital status or genetic information (and other protected classes included in the district’s Non-Discrimination Policy) in its educational programs, services or activities, or in its hiring or employment practices. The district also provides equal access to its facilities to the Boy Scouts and other patriotic youth groups, as required by the Boys Scout of America Equal Access Act.