Do You Have a Teaching License?
All certified employees must hold or be qualified to hold a license from the State of North Carolina. If you have questions about licensure, please select the Licensure Q & A link from the North Carolina Public Schools web page or go to:
In addition, all persons teaching core academic subjects at the elementary, middle, or high school levels must be "highly qualified" as specified by PL-107-110, the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. "Highly qualified" means that new teachers must be certified by the State (including alternative routes to State certification), hold at least a bachelor's degree, and pass a rigorous State test on subject knowledge and teaching skills.
Other documents needed to complete an application include:
- University placement file, if applicable.
- Current, degree-dated transcript(s) for both undergraduate and graduate degrees.
- Praxis Series Exam Scores.
- North Carolina Teaching License or license from another state.
- Completed and signed Waiver and Release of Personnel Information form.
If you hold a teaching license from another state and wish to apply for a North Carolina license, please refer to this site for information and forms:
After completing an application, we invite you to contact the contact person listed on each vacancy to let them know you have an online application and you are interested in being interviewed. Principals are always interested in hearing from qualified applicants. School addresses and e-mail addresses are located on our schools page.
Thank you for your interest in working with Brunswick County Schools -- we accept applications year-round. Classified positions include:
- clerical and secretarial positions,
- child nutritionists,
- building and grounds maintenance positions,
- community education positions,
- support services, and
- administrative positions.
Current full-time or part-time employees must apply for internal postings on a BCS computer. Go to 10.1.1.13 (you do not have to login) and click on Job Postings. When you see a vacancy you are interested in, click on the APPLY button, complete the information, and SUBMIT. You can reach an HR representative at (910)253-2900 extension 1040. To be employed as a teacher assistant (paraprofessional), you must be willing and able to drive/monitor a school bus. In addition, the Federal "No Child Left Behind" regulations require that you hold a minimum of an Associates Degree from an institute of higher education (IHE) or 48 semester hours toward an Associate's Degree from an accredited community college or an IHE.
After completing an online application, we invite you to phone any of our schools. Principals are always interested in hearing from qualified applicants. School addresses and e-mail addresses are located on our web page.