Application Process

  • Application Process

    All applications can be completed online through the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction website at

    It is the policy of the Hertford County Board of Education to provide equal opportunities for employment and compensation for all persons without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, political affiliation, martial status or disability, except where specific sex, age, or physical or mental requirements constitute bona fide and essential occupational qualifications.  All candidates will be evaluated on the merits and qualifications for positions.

Beginning Teacher Information

BIB Candidate Login


  • Evaluation Instruments

    Listed below are links to evaluation instruments and observation procedures.
  • Welcome to the Hertford County Public Schools!

    As a new employee, you are required to attend a New Employee Orientation before you can begin work. During this in-person session we will complete required forms, review licensure, payroll and benefits information.  Human Resources will communicate with you by telephone and email details regarding this process. 

    In the event that schools are closed or delayed due to inclement weather, New Employee Orientation will follow the same schedule.  (Example:  If HCPS is on a two-hour hour delay, your orientation will start two hours later than the scheduled time).  Human Resources will communicate with you any changes using the email address in your online application.

    Orientation Location/Time

    Human Resources will communicate with you the time when you are scheduled for the in-person session.  The in-person session last approximately 2.5 hours.  All meetings are held at 701 N. Martin Street Winton, NC 27986.

    What to Bring

    You will need to bring with you documents to verify your identity for the I-9 form.  See this list of acceptable forms.  Please note you will need either one document from list A or a document from both list B and C.

    Licensure Information

    Please refer to NC Department of Public Instruction website for information regarding NC Licensure. 



    Employee Handbook

    Please review the Employee Handbook and ask any questions you may have.

  • What is Opportunity Culture

    An Opportunity Culture restructures pre-K–12 schools to extend the reach of excellent teachers, principals, and their teams to more students, for more pay, within recurring school budgets. Yearlong, paid residencies make on-the-job learning possible before teaching and leading.

    Opportunity Culture is:

    Where is Opportunity Culture?

    Opportunity Culture districts include:

    • Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and Project L.I.F.T.: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools quickly decided to scale up Opportunity Culture across the district after launching it in one school zone in 2013-14.
    • Syracuse City School District: New York’s fourth-largest district began using Opportunity Culture staffing models in 2014–15.
    • Cabarrus County Schools: Cabarrus County Schools in North Carolina began using Opportunity Culture models in 2014–15.
    • Indianapolis Public Schools: The district, the first in the country to include Opportunity Culture roles in its teacher contract, began using Opportunity Culture models in 2016–17.
    • Texas Education Agency: The Texas Education Agency (TEA) made Texas the first state to support multiple districts in creating an Opportunity Culture beginning in 2015–16. Districts include Big Spring, Harlandale, Spring Branch, Mineral Wells, and South San Antonio independent school districts.
    • Fulton County Schools: This Georgia district, which sandwiches the separate school district for the city of Atlanta, began using Opportunity Culture models in 2016–17.
    • Maricopa County:  Arizona’s Office of the Maricopa County School Superintendent has helped Phoenix-area districts use Opportunity Culture models since 2016–17. Districts include Maricopa County Regional School District, Nadaburg Unified School District, Phoenix Elementary School District #1, and Wilson Elementary School District.
    • Edgecombe County Public Schools:  This rural North Carolina district began using Opportunity Culture models in 2017–18, and will have Opportunity Culture in all district schools by 2019–20.
    • Arkansas: North Little Rock Schools began using Opportunity Culture models in 2017–18 as a pilot for the Arkansas Department of Education’s statewide initiative to reach all students with excellent, personalized teaching. ADE is expanding Opportunity Culture to three more districts in 2019–20: Forrest City School District, Lead Hill School District, and Lincoln Consolidated School District.
    • Vance County Schools: This district in northern North Carolina began using Opportunity Culture in 2017–18.
    • Guilford County Schools:  This North Carolina district, based in Greensboro, began using Opportunity Culture models in 2018–19.
    • Halifax County Schools: This rural, eastern North Carolina district is designing its Opportunity Culture plans in spring 2019 to begin implementation in fall 2019.
    • Hertford County Public Schools: This rural, eastern North Carolina district is designing its Opportunity Culture plans to begin implementation in fall 2020.
    • Lexington City Schools: This small North Carolina district will design its Opportunity Culture plans in and begin implementation in plans in spring 2019 to begin implementation in fall 2019.
    • Baltimore City Public Schools: This Maryland district is currently designing its Opportunity Culture plans.

    Several North Carolina districts are also participating in a pilot of Remotely Located Multi-Classroom Leadership—a partnership of the College Board, North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM), and Public Impact to create a five-person team of teachers in various N.C. districts led by a multi-classroom leader based at NCSSM.