Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools' (CMS) bold vision of preparing every child for college or career requires having exceptional talent at every level of the organization. With more than 18,000 employees, CMS is one of the largest employers in the Mecklenburg County. Each employee at CMS plays a vital role in our mission as we all work together to educate our students and support school system operations. We look for employees who embody the diversity of our district, are highly effective, and committed to our students and mission. Learn more about our district and living in Charlotte, NC.
Compare your skills and interests to open positions at CMS to see where you might be a good fit. Once you find a position that interests you, please complete the application type that corresponds with the position opening. Urgent needs include Teachers (Elementary, Math, Exceptional Children and ESL), Bus Drivers and Technicians.
Instructional – Examples include Teachers, Counselors, and Psychologists
Non-Instructional/Support Services - Examples include Central Office positions, such as finance, communications, human resources, etc. and School Support Services, such as substitute teachers, teacher assistants, etc.
Non-Instructional/Operations - Examples include bus drivers and technicians, maintenance personnel, custodians, etc.
Licensed District and School Administrators - Examples include Principal and Assistant Principal Talent Pools and Superintendents
*School nurses are important members of the educational team at each school. Our school nurses are provided and hired by the Mecklenburg County Health Department through an agreement with CMS. To apply, please click here.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools employs more than 18,000 full and part-time employees and we thank you for your service to our team. If you would like to apply to a new position with the district, log into MyApp. Other questions may be answered by visiting Human Resources page or the CMS Intranet.
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