I Have a Job Offer, What Do I Do Now?
Congratulations! You have been offered a job in a
support position. There are several steps that will take
place to officially make you a part of the DCPS team.
Accepting A Position
Step 1 –
New Hire Request
Your principal/administrator will submit a
formal request to hire to our office.
Step 2 –
The staffing office will verify that there is an
authorized vacancy to be filled, and that you
are eligible for the assigned position.
Step 3 –
be fingerprinted by our
Security Office and cleared prior to your
Refer to your set-up forms for information
regarding fingerprint payment.
Effective October 1, 2008,
ALL new employees (full-time and part-time)
and re-hires with a one day break in service
must have their fingerprints taken by the Duval
County School Board Security Office.
A member of the staffing team will contact you
to schedule your fingerprint appointment.
After you have been cleared for hire, we
to schedule your
If at any time you have questions, you may
contact our office at 390-2064.
Step 4 –
New Hire Processing Appointment
Your employment set-up paperwork must be
completed prior to your appointment. For your
convenience you may download the forms, or you
have the option of picking up your packet at the
Full Time or
Part Time New Hire Set-Up Paperwork (.pdf
Note: Adobe Reader is required to view
to download free of charge.
Review the documentation requirements for your
set-up appointment carefully. Please print the
entire set-up packet, complete the forms
thoroughly, and bring them with you to
Step 5 –
Prior to your appointment you should review the
benefits package offered through the
district. You may pick up an information packet
from the school board prior to your appointment,
or simply view them online.
Step 6 –
At Your Appointment
You will turn in your completed employment
paperwork and required documents.
You will receive a DCPS photo ID.
You will select your health care providers and
review additional benefits.
Please review your job description and the
Collective Bargaining Agreement which covers your
position for more details regarding your employment.
Declining A Position
If you feel that the position you have been offered is not the
right choice for you, please notify the