Frequently Asked Questions
How do I apply for support positions (Food Service, ESP, Facilities Serviceperson, Security Specialist, Campus Monitor, Maintenance and Clerical) at a school or department?
Interested applicants must submit required documentation (Resume, HS/GED, etc.) listed in the job description to the advertising location via mail/hand-delivery. Click here to view vacant positions and application instructions.
How do I apply for an administrative position at the District?
Click here for information on applying for Administrative positions.
Where do I go to have my fingerprints done if I have been offered a job?
The hiring location will work with the selected candidate, if external, to schedule an appointment for fingerprinting. Internal candidates will be transferred electronically and will not require fingerprinting. Click here for information on fingerprinting or contact the Security Clearance Department at 754-321-2374 for additional questions.
How long does it take for a background check to be conducted?
The time frame to receive results from the background check may vary and depends on law enforcement agencies.
At the time of employment your fingerprints will be researched by local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies. Sealed or expunged records must be revealed to the School Board of Broward County pursuant to F.S. 943.059. Your employment with the Broward County School District is temporary and probationary pending successful processing of your fingerprints. To omit previous history or to be untruthful, regardless of any previous information received from an attorney, a judge, or any third party will be considered falsification and is a cause for dismissal from employment or consideration for employment. For further questions, please contact the Security Clearance Department at 754-321-2374.
When are interviews scheduled for a support position?
The hiring location will contact applicants to schedule an interview. The response time for each position varies.
When are interviews scheduled for an administrative position?
We will contact applicants to schedule an interview. The response time for each position varies.
How long does it take to know if I have been selected for an interview for a support position?
The response time for being contacted for an interview is determined by the hiring manager and may vary.
How long does it take to know if I have been selected for an interview for an administrative position?
The response time for being contacted for an interview is determined by Talent Acquisition & Operations (Non-Instructional) and may vary.
Where do I find salaries for positions?
You can find salary information here.
How long is my probationary period?
All newly hired non-instructional support employees serve a 131-day probationary period. The time period is specific to the classification for employees. Please click on the following link to access the Collective Bargaining Agreement that governs your position.