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Once you log in, please make sure you validate both your email address and your contact information and change it if neccessary.

If you do not choose the correct answer below you will not be able to successfully login.  If neither option works, and you are an individual new to OCPS, please email erecruitinghelpdesk@ocps.net or call (407) 317-3200 x 3996 with questions. If you are a current OCPS employee applying for a transfer, please log into the portal using your OCPS account on the employees tab.

Click "YES" if you have submitted the questionnaire and received an e-mail invitation to apply at Orange County Public Schools. After log-on you may search and apply for openings.

Click "NO" if you have not yet received an e-mail invitation. After log-on you may maintain your profile information, but you will be unable to search or apply for openings until the e-mail invitation is received.




Per Florida Statute 119.071(5), this is to notify you of the purpose for collecting and utilizing your social security number.  Providing your social security number is a condition of employment at Orange County Public Schools.  To protect your identification, Employment Services will secure your social security number from unauthorized access, and strictly prohibit the release of your social security number to unauthorized parties contrary to state and federal law.  


Employment Services collects your social security number for legitimate business purposes during the recruitment, selection and hiring process with Orange County Public Schools.  Your social security number will be used for completing and processing the following actions: Employment application for determining certification eligibility [1012.56 F.S.], Completion of federal I-9 form for the filing and issuance of federal employment forms [8 USC 1324a(b)], Completion of federal W-4 form for filing and issuance of federal employment forms [8 USC 1324a(b)], Florida Retirement Contribution Report [119.071(5)(a)6.b.], and Conducting criminal background screening [1012.56 F.S.].  Your Social security number is also used as a unique numeric identification within some of our systems and may be used for search purposes.