Human Resources

Employment Application

Click this link: TalentEd to be taken to our online Application Center.
To complete your application you must also submit the following:

- A copy of your statement of eligibility, certificate or letter of acceptance into an alternative certification program (if applicable). 
- A copy of your college transcripts and praxis score (if applicable). 
- Three email addresses for your references because we will send them a reference form to complete. We are particularly interested in receiving references from those who have actually observed you in the classroom or previous position such as intern supervisors, principals, supervisors, and/or university directors of education. You may attach any reference letters that you have as well.


The teacher search:
Hiring regulations stipulate that teaching positions must first be filled by fully certified or soon to be certified (SOE, MAT) applicants. A non-certified person, or emergency certified person, can only be considered if there are no fully certified applicants available.
If you have questions about the certification process, contact Holly Adkins at or call EPSB at 502-564-4606.

When should I apply?
Sooner is better. Those who complete their applications in early spring for the upcoming summer search place themselves in the most advantageous position.

Do I apply directly to the school?
No. You must submit your application online to Central Office.

Should I call the principal?
You may mail a resume or leave your name and number with a school secretary to express your interest. Most principals won’t have the time to return individual calls. If you submit your application to Central Office the principal will see it; if they’re interested they will call you.

Is a resume enough?
No. You must complete a full application and submit it to Central Office.

When can I expect an interview?
Due to the large volume of applications we receive, we can’t guarantee an interview to every single applicant. The sooner you submit your application the better your odds of being called.