Careers at NNPS

We seek dedicated professionals and staff to support our district's goal of graduating college, career, and citizen-ready students. We also value the personal well-being and professional development of our employees and strive to make the employment experience at Newport News Public Schools as rewarding as possible.

Need help? Call Human Resources at (757) 881-5061.


Job Postings

Now Hiring Qualified Teachers for 2019-20

List of all available positions at NNPS.
Generally classroom and school based positions working directly with our students. Positions will require a valid Virginia Teaching License.
Supervisory level requiring an administrative teaching license (e.g., principals, supervisors, directors, administrators, etc.)
Supervisory level; may or may not require an administrative teaching license (e.g., supervisors, directors, administrators, etc.)
Non-instructional support positions; teaching license not required (e.g., teacher asst., transportation, cafeteria, technology, clerical, etc.)
These positions are responsible for coaching student athletes.
Only current NNPS employees may apply for these positions.

How to Apply

  • View current job postings above. For further details on posted positions and to apply, click on the job title.

  • Find the desired position from the list to see more information regarding the job, click on View next to the job.  To submit an online application for the position, click LOGIN and APPLY.

  • New users will have to create an account with an email address. You will receive a confirmation email when the application is complete and another when it has been applied to a position.

  • Complete the application, filling in all mandatory fields marked with an asterisk (*). You will be given the opportunity to review your completed application before submission. Please complete the general employment section and/or attach a resume.

  • Download step-by-step instructions if needed.

  • Please contact Human Resources at (757)881-5061 if you have any questions about the online application process.


More Opportunities

GED/ISAEP Instructor Positions Available: The GED/ISAEP (Individual Student Alternative Education Plan) instructor is responsible for teaching classes to high school GED candidates ages 16-19. Positions are part-time and a current Virginia teaching license or provisional Virginia license is required. Classes are held Monday-Thursday from 9AM-4:30PM. GED teaching experience is preferred and a candidate must demonstrate proficiency in the subjects he or she will teach. For further information, please contact Louise Menges at South Morrison Family Education Center. Call 757-928-6765 x.38831.

Student Teacher Information: If you are in a state approved teacher education program and would like to learn how you can complete student teaching assignments in NNPS, email Deborah Richardson, Human Resources Coordinator.


The school division reserves the right to revise, delete, or add provisions to the Job Summary, Essential Duties, Job Specifications, Knowledge Required, Working Conditions, and any other provision of the postings for positions, should the school division decide to re-advertise positions.
 
The Newport News School Division does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, creed, marital status, age or disability in its programs, activities, or employment practices as required by the Title VI, Title VII, Title IX, Section 504, and ADA regulations. The Human Resources Employee Relations Supervisor for Newport News Public Schools, at 12507 Warwick Blvd., Newport News, VA 23606, (757-881-5061), is responsible for coordinating the division's efforts to meet its obligations under Section 504, Title IX, the ADA, and their implementing regulations.