Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools

Employment Information




The Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools has launched a new employment application system. The new North Carolina School Jobs powered by Teacher Match provides an innovative way to streamline the hiring process. Applicants will experience an enhanced user friendly system when applying for positions.

**If you have submitted an application prior to December 14, 2016,

you must complete a new account and a new application.**

To apply for career opportunities, open the link below.

Sign up or Login to Teacher Match - New users must register and then log-in.

- Existing users should proceed to log-in.

Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools Job Board – Click search to see available job opportunities.

Cover letters and resumes can now be uploaded to your online portfolio instead of sending them by email.

All applicants must complete Authority to Release Form I and II and must upload the forms to the Additional Document Section of the online application.

Authority to Release Form I

Authority to Release Form II

We invite you to complete a new portfolio-application today. If you have questions about Teacher Match or need support with the application process, please call 1-855-980-0511 or email

ECPPS is an equal opportunity employer

(Board of Education Policy Code #: 7100)

It is the policy of the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Board of Education (the “board”) to provide all applicants for employment with equal employment opportunities and to provide current employees with training, compensation, promotion, and other benefits of employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, military affiliation, genetic information, sex, age, or disability, except when sex, age, or physical requirements are essential occupational qualifications. All candidates will be evaluated on their merits and qualifications for positions. All employment decisions will be consistent with the board’s objective of providing students with the opportunity to receive a sound basic education, as required by state law.